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Nursing Opportunities ___________________________________________________________

Indigenous Health Group - Nursing Services and Health Consulting  for Remote and Rural Manitoba CommunitiesExperienced Community Health Nurses, Emergency, Registered Psychiatric Nurses and General Duty Nurses

IHG is currently recruiting Registered Psychiatric Nurses and Registered Nurses to provide relief nursing services to northern and rural Manitoba, Nunavut and NWT communities, and other communities in Canada. If you are an RN/RPN interested in working for a reputable agency with supportive and consistent management that has been in operation since 2002, Indigenous Health Group is the employer for you.

We Provide :

Professional Qualifications :

  • Current Registration with a College/Association of Registered Nurses/Registered Psychiatric Nurses in Canada
  • One to five years acute nursing experience, mental health, community health and/or rural hospital experience
  • Certification in BLS HCP (C), ACLS, ITLS/TNCC, PALS/ENPCC, E-chart, ICEP and CDS
  • Ability to provide culturally appropriate care to residents of northern and rural communities

Please contact or forward your resume to:
Poornima Saraswati, Human Resources Director at psaraswati@indigenoushealth.ca

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  Client Care Managers (2)

   Chief Jacob Berens Mino-Ayaawin Center, Berens River Health Authority

JOB SUMMARY: The Berens River First Nation is currently seeking 2 Client Care Managers to become integral members of our interdisciplinary health care team at the Chief Jacob Berens Mino-Ayaawin Health Centre. These positions are full time, rotational, 2 weeks in community with 2 weeks out.


Under the supervision and coordination of the Director of Treatment Services, the Client Care Manager(s), licensed by the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba, will provide direct oversight of four Primary Care RN’s. The incumbent will be responsible for the day to day client care activities which will involve heavy engagement to support and maintain mandatory health and wellness delivery programs i.e Well Child, Well Woman/Man, Prenatal, Chronic Disease management, Sexual Health, Influenza campaign etc. This is an excellent opportunity for the successful candidate to participate as a member of the leadership team and to ensure quality health services are delivered to the community members of Berens River First Nations. This position will manage a complementary team of both registered and non-registered care staff through supervision, delegation, education and support and will provide health-related expertise for all community members, families, and staff and will foster positive community relationships. The responsibilities of this position includes, but is not limited to: Ensure adherence to Health Policy set out by the Berens River First Nation and assist with the recent organization structural changes; Develop and maintain a professional liaison with the Director of Treatment Services; Provide mentorship and direction to all new hires; Arrange and maintain nursing and non-nursing staff schedules; Direct review and intervention of all laboratory, diagnostic, consultation reports received; Establish and safeguard local pharmacy requirements, in addition to supplies and equipment; Assisting and supporting all visiting physicians, specialists, and other interdisciplinary members; Assist with staff evaluations, as well as develop and manage a client care record program; Provide and support ongoing educational support for nursing employees; Provide on-call services after hours and weekends.

Qualifications or Skills Required: Proven ability to lead, organize, schedule work routines and motivate a team of professional team members; Capability to be proactive and resolve contentious or sensitive issues or situations; Prior experiences working with Indigenous populations with demonstrated empathy and understanding; Ability to organize work and work under strict time constraints; Ability to work to full scope of practice; Must be able to respond to emergency situations; Completion of the Northern Clinical Education Program (NCEP) and willingness to complete the program as available; ACLS, PALS, CPR, ITLS, Controlled Drugs and Substances, and Immunization certifications are mandatory, willingness to complete in a timely manner will be essential; Ability to understand and speak Saulteaux (Ojibway) is an asset; Criminal Record Check; Medical Clearance; and Must have Class 5 driver’s license.


DEADLINE TO APPLY: WEDNESDAY, JULY 11TH, 2018 – 4pm
Please send your cover letter and CV to:    CHIEF & COUNCIL
                                                                     Berens River First Nation Health Authority
                                                                     c/o: Jason Steele, Director of Nursing & Professional Svcs.
                                                                     Email: steele@berensriver.ca        Inquiries: (204) 382-2265

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY            PRIMARY CARE REGISTERED NURSES

   Chief Jacob Berens Mino-Ayaawin Center, Berens River Health Authority



JOB SUMMARY:  The Chief and Council of Berens River First Nation is currently seeking Primary Care Nurses to become an integral part of our interdisciplinary Health Care Team at the Chief Jacob Berens Mino-Ayaawin Center. These positions are full time on rotational schedules of 2 weeks in community with 2 weeks out.


Under the supervision and co-ordination for the Client Care Manager, and the Director of Nursing & Professional Services the Primary Care RN, licensed by the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba, will provide professional expanded scope of practice care for our predominantly Indigenous population across the life span. The Primary Care RN must be able to utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement specific to the critical thinking and decision making for optimal patient care with the ability to analyze and assess presenting physical and mental health concerns and be able to effectively collaborate with the other Primary Care RN’s, Physicians, Specialists, and Health Care Providers.

DUTIES INCLUDE: In accordance with FNIH Clinical Guidelines the Primary Care RN will:  Perform physical exams including appropriate diagnostics procedures utilizing laboratory and x-ray equipment; Evaluate health status based on assessment information and develop appropriate treatment plans; Dispense drug therapies, institute therapeutic treatments, including procedures such as suturing, partial casting, dressing changes, IV therapy, venipuncture etc.; Be an active participant with clinic health and wellness delivery programs i.e Well Child, Well Woman/Man, Prenatal, Chronic Disease management, Sexual Health, Influenza campaign etc.; Evaluate treatment results, and revise care/treatments plans as required; Will be expected to provide advanced emergency and share on call coverage after clinic hours, the ability to manage emergency childbirth, stabilization of critically ill or injured clients of all ages until aero-medical evacuation is arranged, is paramount.


QUALIFICATIONS:
Active practicing registration with the College of Nurses of Manitoba (CRNM); a baccalaureate degree in Nursing (e.g BScN) recognized in Canada, or a nursing diploma; Completion of a certificate or diploma in Community Health from a Canadian University is an asset; Completion of the Northern Clinical Education Program (NCEP) and willingness to complete the program as available; ACLS, PALS, CPR, ITLS, Controlled Drugs and Substances, and Immunization certifications are mandatory, willingness to complete in a timely manner will be essential; Criminal Record Check and Child/Adult Abuse Registry Checks may be required; Medical Clearance. Ability to understand and speak Saulteaux (Ojibway) is an asset

DEADLINE TO APPLY:    WEDNESDAY, JULY 11TH, 2018 – 4pm
Please send your cover letter and CV to:           CHIEF & COUNCIL
                                                                            Berens River First Nation Health Authority
                                                                            c/o: Jason Steele, Director of Nursing & Professional Svcs.
                                                                            Email: steele@berensriver.ca Inquiries: (204) 382-2265

 

 
 
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