Director of Care, Quality & Standards

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For more information and to apply for this role please click on the following link - https://jobs.applyfirst.ca/jobs/105798

  • Challenging and rewarding leadership opportunity for an experienced Director of Care! 
  • Receive a competitive salary plus comprehensive benefits package from the start of employment.
  • Enjoy the lifestyle benefits of Bruce County, including 2,400 kilometres of pristine coastline!

About Bruce County

Bold and beautiful Bruce County... a healthy, caring community of prosperity and innovation. Bruce County is a safe and caring community located in Southwestern Ontario.

Boasting 2,400 kilometres of pristine Great Lakes coastline, Bruce County is within two hours of Ontario's major urban centers and offers a healthy lifestyle free from traffic jams, congestion and a high cost of living. In fact, Bruce County is part of a thriving sub-provincial economy with direct access to major North American markets and exports exceeding $50 billion.  

About the Opportunity

Bruce County is currently seeking a Director of Care - Quality & Standards to lead members of Brucelea Haven LTC team.

Based in Walkerton and reporting to the Administrator, Brucelea Haven, you will oversee the delivery of excellent resident-focused care as required by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. Your hours of work will be 12 pm to 8 pm each day Monday - Friday, 35 hours per week.

More specifically, you will be responsible for the effective leadership, management, and evaluation of the nursing program to ensure the efficient utilization of human, physical, and financial resources. You will ensure that continuous quality improvement outcomes approved for the facility are met or exceeded, and demonstrate dedication to professional values and the mission, vision and values of long-term care.

With 130 direct reports, the Director is also responsible for coordinating regular team meetings with the assigned nursing teams to effectively communicate and problem-solve, resulting in solution-based, outcome focused actions.

To qualify for this role, you must have a degree in Nursing with studies in Geriatrics and/or Nursing Administration, combined with at least five years experience as a registered nurse, as well as three years of previous experience in a supervisory role in geriatric, rehabilitation, or long-term care facility. A certificate in leadership will be considered an asset. 

About the Benefits

Upon joining Bruce County, the successful incumbent will be rewarded with a competitive salary, based on experience, and access to a wide range of benefits at the commencement of employment.

Benefits include:  

  • Extended Health and Dental benefits 
  • Life Insurance and AD&D 
  • Short and Long-Term Disability
  • OMERS Pension Plan

If you're looking for a new career challenge where you will be welcomed into a supportive and friendly team culture, apply to join the Bruce County team today! 

For more information and to apply for this role please click on the following link - https://jobs.applyfirst.ca/jobs/105798