About Saint Elizabeth
Saint Elizabeth is a national health care provider that has been opening the door to new possibilities and care experiences for more than a century.
Recognized as Canada’s largest social enterprise, we employ 8,000 people and visit 18,000 clients every day. Through the Saint Elizabeth Research Centre, our Health Career Colleges and the Saint Elizabeth Foundation, we are helping to make the future of health care brighter and stronger. .
We are hiring two Part Time Registered Nurse's (RN) to work in Brockville and surrounding area's.
There are many reasons why you will want to bring your talent to our team :
As an Registered Nurse (RN) you will be part of a distinguished Canadian, not-for-profit organization with a century of experience.
$1,000 sign on bonus
As an Registered Nurse (RN) you will experience opportunities to use many of your skills and expand your knowledge
Ongoing opportunities for continuing education, training and professional development
Total Rewards program which includes group benefits, and pension plan
Extensive paid orientation and preceptorship program
Subsidized RNAO memberships
Tuition Assistance Program.
Current Certificate of Competence with the College of Nurses of Ontario.
Updated immunization record, clear criminal background check and Vulnerable sector check is required upon hire.
Availability to work days, evenings and every other weekend
A valid driver’s license and vehicle.
A willingness to attain required Saint Elizabeth certifications.
Strong computer skills in MS Word, MS Excel, Email etc.
Able to work independently as well as part of a team
Well-developed interpersonal skills
Excellent organizational skills
Effective problem-solving and conflict management skills
Works well in a changing environment
A demonstrated appreciation for Quality Improvement processes
A current CPR certificate is required
This is a physically demanding position and requires sitting, standing, walking, bending, kneeling / squatting, reaching at chest and waist level (i.
e. shoulder flexion) and numerous hand grips of varying forces