NOTE Permanent full-time positions at CLSC Côte-des-Neiges (Plaza), CLSC Métro or CLSC Parc-Extension, or on the Transversal Health Team Good hours : Weekdays, 8 a.
m. to 4 p.m., in 1 / 4 rotation for noon to 8 p.m. shift. Rotation on weekends, working 1 weekend out of every 4.DESCRIPTIONYou take responsibility for all nursing care based on the physical, psychological and social needs of users or groups of people assigned to you.
You assess their state of health, draw up and carry out nursing care and treatment plans for users having complex and / or varied physical, psychological and social health problems.
You provide nursing and medical care and treatment in order to restore and maintain health and prevent illness.You design, implement and assess care programs requiring advanced knowledge, targeting complex and / or varied physical, psychological and social health problems.
You take part in developing or adapting clinical and care quality assessment tools, coordinate team work and act as an advisor to colleagues and the interdisciplinary team.
You identify, for users, the needs and actions requiring coordination of services within the facility, as well as between different facilities or community organizations.
You coordinate these services, as required.You orient new staff members and help train interns. You supervise the instructions given to users, their families and friends and groups in specific programs, and collaborate on research.
You must have a bachelor’s degree in nursing or a bachelor’s degree with three (3) eligible certificates, including at least two (2) recognized nursing certificates, as well as an OIIQ licence.
OVERVIEW OF DUTIESAs a nurse clinician in the Direction du soutien à l’autonomie des personnes âgées et la déficience physique adulte (SAPA) support program for the autonomy of seniors and for adults with physical disabilities , you are responsible for all in-
home nursing care for seniors and people with disabilities (physical or mental) or chronic illnesses or who are convalescing.
You foster cooperation between the multidisciplinary team, the various facilities in the health care system and community resources (self-
help groups, volunteers, etc.).
Serve as case manager for all single-point-of-access cases
Complete the collection of data (needs assessment form) from the client and significant others, through interviews and observation
Analyse the collected information
Establish nursing diagnoses
Along with clients or their families and friends, determine their priority needs on which action must focus
Act as an adviser to colleagues and the multidisciplinary team
Plan the weekly organization of work, in conjunction with the team’s nurses
Promote the achievement of nursing care objectives, taking into account the resources and limitations of users, their families and friends and the community
Provide support and assistance to departmental staff in the analysis and drawing up of disciplinary and interdisciplinary individualized treatment plans (PIIs) and individualized service plans (PSIs)
Provide nursing care and contribute to diagnostic methods by involving clients and their families and friends, if possible
Occasionally lead and facilitate meetings of service assignment and review committees (less than five hours / week)
Inform users about community resources available
Provide users with information about social and health-related issues
Ensure continuity and follow-up of care in cooperation with the other members of the multidisciplinary team
Gather lab test results, forward them to doctors, case managers and others concerned, and follow up afterwards
Ascertain degree of satisfaction of clients and their families and friends with care and services received
Record in file all nursing care given
Ensure that all nursing procedures performed by family and social auxiliary support workers comply with regulations respecting authorized procedures and methods of care in force at the CLSC
Assess the quality of services provided by agency staff and report on the assessment to the program manager
Take part in research
Orient new employees
Help train both university and CEGEP interns
Help develop specific programs for program activities : care rules, protocols, etc.
Perform any other related task at the request of immediate superior.
Requirements : ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor’s degree in nursing or bachelor’s degree with three eligible certificates, including at least two (2) recognized nursing certificates, or comparative assessment of education completed outside Quebec issued by the Ministère de l’Immigration KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
Licence to practise issued by the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ)
One (1) year’s relevant experience in a medical or surgical acute care unit in a health care system facility
Good knowledge of the dynamics of seniors needing assistance and adults with physical disabilities
Bilingual (French and English)KEY SKILLS
Analytical and problem-solving skills
Self-starter, initiative, creativity
Sense of priorities
Ability to influence others
Interpersonal communication skills OTHER REQUIREMENTS
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