Community Nursing Clinical Manager
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Community Nursing Clinical Manager

Posted on 01-Sep-2020 by ParaMed Home Health Care
Location Nipissing, North Bay

Job Description:

Reporting to the District Director, the Community Clinical Manager (CCM) is accountable for clinical leadership in the district, which would include North Bay, Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, human resource management of clinical supervisors and front line staff. They will ensure excellence in care and service delivery provided by clinical staff and alignment with quality and performance indicators including regulatory requirements and organizational policy and procedure.

Qualifications

  • Registration/licensing in good standing as a Registered Nurse with provincial regulatory college
  • BScN preferred
  • Minimum of three (3) years in a formal nursing leadership role required
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience as a practicing Registered Nurse, in a community setting
  • Certification in Community Health Nursing with CNA certification preferred
  • Working knowledge of applicable health care legislation including Mental Health Act, Substitute Decisions Act, Healthcare Consent Act, Privacy / Personal Health Information Act and others
  • Knowledge of standards of care for palliative, wound, IV therapy and other specialties in order to offer guidance on Best Practices in this areas
  • Superior oral and written communication skills to effectively interact with clients, families, contractors and staff to resolve conflicts
  • Effective skills in critical thinking and problem solving
  • Flexibility in hours worked in order to accommodate operational needs
  • Knowledge of applicable community resources available for clients and families
  • Current certification (within the past 12 months) of First Aid, CPR, completed within Canada
  • Excellent computer skills including experience in Word and Excel
  • Able to provide a current, clear criminal back check with Vulnerable Position Screening (VPS)

Responsibilities

  • Respond to and resolve urgent clinical concerns from staff, contractors, funders, clients and families
  • Review all client safety incidents and participate in those representing unusually high risk such as withdrawal of service, abuse, unsafe conditions, or misconduct
  • Participate in the investigation and resolution of harmful client safety incidents and ethical dilemmas
  • Prepare the annual in service and education plan per the district’s budget
  • Ensure completion of all mandatory training and skill development
  • Provide clinical leadership to the e Quality Management Program at the district
  • Have oversight of CQI activities related to care and service including staff participation and problem solving teams
  • Monitor care and service delivery performance and clinical indicators
  • Participate in the interviewing, orientation, ongoing supervision and performance management of clinical supervisors
  • Create and maintain the on call schedule for clinical Supervisors
  • Participates in necessary care conferences with Health Care team, Contractors and funders
  • Work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team consisting of government agencies, healthcare workers, and other community resources
  • Demonstrate continuous learning and professional development through involvement in conferences, committees and networks
  • Champion alignment with corporate policy and lead clinical change initiatives
  • Show respect for cultural needs, dignity, privacy and confidentiality of staff and clients
  • Ensure compliance to ParaMed policies, procedures and legal requirements for yourself and all staff
  • Other duties as assigned
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