Flexible private home and community care RN positions.
Work fulltime hours in three days over the weekend, 12 hour shifts in a home care setting, with opportunity for additional hours.
Day shift 7am-7pm or overnight 7pm-7am shifts available. Spinal cord injury care experience an asset.
One-to-one care, casual positions available, flexible schedule. Part-time and full-time hours available.
Opportunity to receive incentive offer on specific client. New Graduates welcome!
Work Area : Port Perry, Pickering, Durham County, Scugog, Utica, Blackstock
Make "being the difference" your Career.
Bayshore is looking for passionate and caring Registered Nurses to join our amazing team of community and home care nurses.
You will be creating special moments for clients each and every day. If your calling is to be the "difference" by providing outstanding care, then a Health Care Career with Bayshore is the Perfect Fit for YOU!
At Bayshore, your safety is our top priority. We will provide you with Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and appropriate training, as well as daily infection prevention screening of clients and workers, prior to visits, to help prevent exposures to COVID-19.
We value our Bayshore caregivers with :
Perform routine and specialized nursing duties on a one on one basis following a Care Plan. Build a relationship with your client.
Includes activities such as wound care, medication administration, and general care, within the designated scope of practice.
Graduation and current license (in good standing) from an accredited Licensed or Registered Nursing Program and regulatory body.
Valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle for home visits.
As Canada’s largest and best homecare company, join us as we continue our 50+ year tradition of supporting our Health Care Providers to make "being the difference" a Career!
Bayshore Recruiters will not ask for personal banking information during an interview.
ONTARIO ONLY- AODA DISABILITY DISLOSURE STATEMENT : Bayshore is In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code.