Careers

Apply for a rewarding career that helps members of our community

Careers

Apply for a rewarding career that helps members of our community

A great place to grow

Are you looking for an exciting career where you are valued and rewarded for your work, all the while making a difference in people’s lives? Well, look no further!

Canadian Shield Health Care Services provides safe, sincere, and compassionate health care services by valuing our employees, operating with transparency and putting integrity first.

Canadian Shield Health Care Services is in search of outgoing, kind and ambitious individuals based in Greater Sudbury and servicing Northern Ontario to provide clients with a superior level of care.

Applicants will have the opportunity to gain work experience in home care and/or long-term care settings.

If you are new, or newly returning to the health care field, and unsure of where to start, do not fear! You will have the opportunity to receive valuable training and mentoring from our highly qualified team!

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Personal Support Worker
Registered Nurse & Registered Practical Nurse
Full Time Administrative Assistant
Care Coordinator
Developmental Support Worker
Social Worker & Social Services Worker

A day in the life of a Canadian Shield Health Care Services Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Start your day by waking up, looking in the mirror and congratulating yourself on being the amazing frontline rockstar that you are! PSWs provide exemplary and dignified care to clients in our community. Do you want to make a difference and enhance people’s lives, in a workplace where you are respected and appreciated? Let’s help enhance and improve the healthcare industry today.

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What are the benefits to working for Canadian Shield Health Care Services?

Career opportunities

Personal Support Worker (PSW)

Job summary

A Personal Support Worker provides compassionate and heartfelt personal care services to clients and assists clients with the activities of daily living while maintaining autonomy.

✓ Provide personal care service according to direction of the established care plan and ensure to continuously monitor the emotional, spiritual, functional, and physical comfort and safety of our clients
✓ Provide personal care that is within the provincial scope of practice for a Personal Support Worker: Duties may include skin care, hair care, mouth care, bathing, bowel and bladder care, positioning and movement, exercise, basic wound care, feeding including special diets, assistance with oxygen administration and medication reminder
✓ Understands and implements infection prevention practices
✓ Adhere to Canadian Shield Health Care Services Policies and Procedures
✓ Maintains confidentiality of client and corporate information and discusses same only with appropriate Canadian Shield Health Care Services personnel
Required Education: Health Care Certification: Personal Support Worker Diploma or equivalent
✓ The Personal Support Worker must have a solid knowledge of the principles, practices, and methods of community nursing and the delivery of personal care service to clients
✓ Current CPR certificate
✓ Access to a reliable vehicle with valid driver’s license
✓ Criminal Record Check – Vulnerable Sector – should we list this, if we do do we have to list more
✓ Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to work independently and as part of a team
✓ Ability to stand, bend, squat, kneel, and reach freely and able to freely lift 23 kg
✓ Able to travel locally from assignment to assignment
✓ Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and written in English
✓ Ability to communicate both verbally and written in French is an asset
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Registered Nurse & Registered Practical Nurse

Job summary

The Registered Nurse provides high quality professional nursing care to assigned patients. The RN’s responsibilities include providing the full range of assessment, treatment, education, provision of health promotion and disease prevention strategies, performing technical nursing interventions, case management, and completion of documentation.

✓ Performs nursing assessments, nursing treatments, health education/counselling, and other clinical activities within the scope of practice for RNs
✓ Participate in the development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of treatment, education and health promotion programs and services for our clients and their families
✓ Plan of care may include but is not limited to: initial nursing assessment of new clients, monitoring client’s chronic illnesses, client education, individual and group counselling, appropriate referrals
✓ Expected nursing interventions: perform immunization duties, wound care, infection control program management, medication administration, catheterization, management of client devices
✓ Conduct documentation
✓ Maintains competence and knowledge relevant to current nursing practice and holds membership in appropriate professional organizations
✓ Current RN certificate
✓ Registration with appropriate regulatory body
✓ Baccalaureate degree in Nursing
✓ Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to work independently and as part of a team
✓ Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and written in English
✓ Ability to communicate both verbally and written in French is an asset
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Full Time Administrative Assistant

Job summary

Are you looking for an exciting, fast paced career where you are valued and rewarded for your work, all while making a meaningful difference in people’s lives? Well, it’s a good thing that you’re seeing this job posting!

Canadian Shield Health Care Services provides safe, sincere, and compassionate health care services by valuing our employees, operating with transparency and putting integrity first.

Canadian Shield is in search of a highly motivated and empathetic Administrative Assistant to join our growing team! – Make your application stand out! Tell us about yourself and why you’re the person for the job!

Pay

$18.50 – $22.00

✓ Minimum University Degree or College Degree

✓ College or University: Administration, Business or Human Resources OR proven experience working within an office setting performing Administrative duties.
✓ Working knowledge of office equipment such as printers and fax machines.
✓ Proficiency with multiple software’s including Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint in particular).
✓ Bilingualism is an asset but not required.
✓ Experience working with QuickBooks is an asset but not required.

✓ Manage and distribute information within the office.
✓ Maintain employee files and filing systems.
✓ Send and receive correspondence. Assist with creating letters and emails on behalf of Management.
✓ Execute administrative requests and provide support to employees and managers.
✓ Organize and schedule appointments.
✓ Plan and attend meetings while taking detailed minutes.
✓ Answer and direct phone calls as needed.
✓ Review, update and maintain office policies and procedures.
✓ Create PowerPoint presentations and learning materials for staff education sessions.
✓ Participate in employee recruitment and hiring processes.
✓ Handle sensitive information in a confidential manner.
✓ Develop and update administrative systems to make them more efficient.
✓ Greet and assist visitors in the office.
✓ Assist with employees and client schedules as needed.

✓ Professional and responsible.
✓ Strong customer service skills.
✓ Time Management skills with the ability to work within a team.
✓ Independently and highly motivated.
✓ Excellent oral and written communication skills.
✓ Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task.
✓ Detail and result-oriented.
✓ Problem-solving skills.
✓ Interpersonal skills: ability to successfully communicate with others. Ability to communicate thoughts, ideas, contributions, feelings, emotions, etc.
✓ Intrapersonal skills: open-mindedness, being aware of your own thinking, the ability to learn, having the ability to understand and manage emotions. (confidence, discipline, motivation, etc.)
✓ Patience and understanding.

✓ Opportunity to gain employer-paid benefits for you and your immediate family members.
✓ Family-oriented work environment.
✓ Career development with advancement opportunities.

Only those who carry the required Qualifications and Credentials will be invited for an interview. If you have any questions and/or concerns regarding this job posting, please feel free to contact us via phone at 705-618-7233. Thank you for visiting our job posting – we look forward to connecting!

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Care Coordinator

Job summary

The Care Coordinator handles client care and service inquiries, arranges client care and services, and schedules our field staff employees in a way that ensures continuity of care and client preference.

✓ Assess client service needs in consultation with the Supervisors; scheduled employees for care and service assignments; promote consistency of caregiver assignments and coordination of services
✓ Reports and collaborates with other case managers, funder or government program as required, along with management
✓ Complete data entry and maintain accurate current scheduling documentation
✓ Assist with training and mentoring of new staff
✓ Handle and document client concerns and complaints in a timely manner and as appropriate, notify the Supervisors; maintain appropriate documentation
✓ Participate in ongoing internal and external continuing education activities
✓ Adhere to company standard operating procedures and policies
✓ Maintains confidentiality of client and corporate information and discusses only with appropriate Canadian Shield Health Care Services personnel
✓ Minimum of a Secondary School Diploma
✓ Completion of a recognized program, such as or similar to Business or Office Administration, Community and Health Services Navigation, Health Care Administration and Medical Terminology course
✓ Exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills
✓ Ability to work independently and as a key team member
✓ Demonstrated competency in keyboarding and Windows scheduling software
✓ Ability to operate all standard office equipment
✓ Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and written in English
✓ Ability to communicate both verbally and written in French is an asset
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Developmental Support Worker (DSW)

Job summary

A DSW provides compassionate and heartfelt personal care services to clients and assists clients with the activities of daily living while maintaining autonomy.

✓ Provide personal care service according to direction of the established care plan and ensure to continuously monitor the emotional, spiritual, functional, and physical comfort and safety of our clients
✓ Provide personal care that is within the provincial scope of practice for a Personal Support Worker: Duties may include skin care, hair care, mouth care, bathing, bowel and bladder care, positioning and movement, exercise, basic wound care, feeding including special diets, assistance with oxygen administration and medication reminder
✓ Provide personal services support to clients with special needs
✓ Assess clients’ relevant skill strengths and development needs
✓ Implement behaviour management programs
✓ Understands and implements infection prevention practices
✓ Adhere to Canadian Shield Health Care Services Policies and Procedures
✓ Maintains confidentiality of client and corporate information and discusses same only with appropriate Canadian Shield Health Care Services personnel
✓ Development Services Worker (DSW) diploma from a recognized Board of Education or Community College
✓ Membership with the Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities (OADD) is an asset
✓ The DSW must have a solid knowledge of how to effectively provide care for people with developmental disabilities including seniors and/or children
✓ Current CPR certificate
✓ Criminal Record Check
✓ Access to a reliable vehicle with valid driver’s license
✓ Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to work independently and as part of a team
✓ Ability to stand, bend, squat, kneel, and reach freely and able to freely lift 23 kg
✓ Able to travel locally from assignment to assignment
✓ Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and written in English
✓ Ability to communicate both verbally and written in French is an asset
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Social Worker & Social Services Worker

Job summary

As part of the Canadian Shield Health Care Services team, the Social Worker is responsible for providing confidential mental health and addiction counselling, education, life-coaching and support to clients and staffs of Canadian Shield Health Care Services. This position operates from a holistic and trauma-informed perspective, is sensitive to the tradition and cultures of many peoples, and provides services required to assist all clients and staffs in attaining and maintaining the highest level of wellness possible.

✓ Provides direct counselling services such as intake, assessment, and holistic treatment planning as appropriate; consultation/liaison with community agencies, schools, hospitals, and other community services as needed or required.
✓ Conducts individual counselling from a trauma-informed perspective.
✓ Maintains basic knowledge of psychotropic medications as prescribed by a physician, maintaining an awareness of the effects of such medications.
✓ Maintains appropriate client documentation.
✓ Promotes and maintains effective working relationships with clients and families, physicians, schools and hospitals to coordinate services, secure input, cooperation, improve client outcomes and provide community support.
✓ Minimum diploma in Social Services Work, or a Bachelor of Social Work Degree (or other Human Services related field) from an accredited college or university and registered with a professional licensing body.
✓ 1 year (recent) direct counselling experience; experience in community development, family support work, group facilitation and/or advocacy is an asset.
✓ Experience in crisis intervention is an asset.
✓ Knowledge of, and demonstrated working experience in, the comprehensive issues relating to substance use and misuse, mental health issues, concurrent disorders, grief/loss, suicide ideation/intent, and family violence.
✓ Demonstrated capacity to develop, implement and evaluate care plans and outcomes of same.

✓ Strong assessment skills relevant to the context of wellness from a holistic approach.
✓ Familiarity with both abstinence and harm reduction model.
✓ Ability to promote healthy lifestyles and healthy choices through personal role-modelling with resources/agencies and other stakeholders.
✓ Familiarity with the concepts of providing services as a life-coach.
✓ Ensure provision of services to clients is completed in a safe environment regardless of location (i.e., home visit, satellite stations or main office).
✓ Strong written and verbal communications skills, which includes correspondence, case notes and report writing.
✓ Ability to work independently and within a multi-disciplinary team.
✓ Demonstrates strong interpersonal, organizational and time management skills.
✓ Functional in Microsoft Office: MSWord, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Publisher.
✓ Ability to work flexible hours that may include some evenings/weekends.
✓ Hold a valid drivers’ license with a clean drivers’ abstract.
✓ This is a designated position of trust working directly with vulnerable persons; this requires a criminal record search – to include vulnerable sector – with clearance is required.

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New Sudbury Shopping Centre, 2nd Floor
1033 Barrydowne Rd, Unit 205
Sudbury, ON P3A 5Z9

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