Nova Scotia Health Authority

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Nova Scotia Health Authority
Aug 20, 2019
Full time
Req ID: 37435 Location: Central Zone, Abbie J. Lane Memorial Building - QEII Company: NSHA Department: 3002324 CRIT Critical Care Organ Donation Type of Employment: Permanent Hourly FT  (100% FTE) x 1 position(s) Union Status: Nursing  Bargaining Unit -  NSGEU   Posting Closing Date: 26-Sep-19 Applications are accepted until 11:59 PM on the Closing Date. Nova Scotia Health Authority is the largest provider of health services in Nova Scotia. We are over 22,000 employees who provide health care and support services in hospitals, health centres and community-based programs throughout Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Health Authority provides health services to Nova Scotians and some specialized services to Maritimers and Atlantic Canadians. We operate hospitals, health centres and community-based programs across the province. Our team of health professionals includes employees, doctors, researchers, learners and volunteers that provide the health care or services you may need. This is accomplished across four geographic management zones which are responsible for the operation of acute care health centres and the provision of a variety of inpatient, outpatient services including academic, tertiary, quaternary care and community based programs and services including continuing care, primary health care, public health, and mental health and addictions. Responsibilities The Clinical Practice Team Lead is a Registered Nurse who provides leadership to the entire clinical team in the development, implementation and evaluation of quality improvement and research initiatives which have an impact on care and service provision within the Legacy of Life/Critical Care Organ Donation Program. The Clinical Practice Team Lead utilizes her/his clinical expertise in critical care nursing and specifically deceased organ donation, interpersonal and leadership skills to promote and foster the professional development of the interprofessional team. In addition to the operational leadership role for the team, this position participates in the creation of standardized curriculum, resources and tools for healthcare professionals working in clinical areas with deceased donation opportunities. She/he works collaboratively with the leadership of the clinical service area and the Clinical Nurse Educator(s) to plan and support continuing education and clinical skill development within the clinical team, especially as it relates to the maintenance of donation clinical competencies. This position partners with Clinical Nurse Educators and the CCOD Coordinators for implementation of education across the zones. In conjunction with the Education Lead and Regional Donation Physicians, she/he develops an education platform that is comprehensive and accessible. The Clinical Practice Team Leader leads by example in accordance with departmental, facility and national best practices for deceased donation as well as maintains clinical expertise in organ donor best practices. She/he supports the quality program and accesses audit results to identify learning needs for CCOD Coordinators and health professionals in applicable clinical care areas related to donation. This position builds upon the competencies of the CCOD coordinator job description. The percentage of time allocated to accountabilities will fluctuate over time depending upon the needs of the program at any given point in time. Qualifications Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Science in Nursing Currently registered with NSCN or eligible for registration 5 years recent experience working in an organ donation/procurement organization Adult education certification/training an asset Valid driver’s licence required and access to a reliable vehicle Experience in educating healthcare professionals and demonstrated knowledge and application of adult learning principles Demonstrated experience in clinical/practice leadership roles Knowledge and comfort in using remote communication and learning technology Excellent interpersonal, presentation and group management skills Demonstrated high degree of independent decision-making, self-direction, motivation, change management knowledge, time management and team building/leadership skills Proven ability to use creative problem-solving and consider uncharted or novel ideas Ability to work collaboratively with other disciplines and committees Strong analytical, organizational and problem-solving skills with the ability to prioritize and multi-task to meet tight deadlines Strong coaching and mentoring skills with proven track record of leading high performing teams Must be willing and able to travel to other parts of the province when required Ability to carry out research, analyze information, and provide statistical reports on health issues related to donation process Demonstrates planning, development and organizational skills Conceptual skills in relation to operational and strategic planning Demonstrates leadership experience in an effective interprofessional health care team in a clinical care setting. Prior experience in adult learning and education, time management and evaluation Competencies in other languages an asset, French preferred   PLEASE NOTE: Applicants relying on education and experience equivalencies must clearly state such equivalencies in their cover letter, resume, or application. Additionally, candidates will not be considered for an interview if applications are incomplete or are missing information. Hours of Work Permanent, full-time position; 75 hours biweekly Salary Information $39.0307 - $44.5927 hourly ($46.1534 hourly with 25 years RN experience)   Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Typically interviews are held within three to four weeks of the closing date. Successful external applicants will be required to submit the below documents and assume any associated costs as a condition of employment. Additional documentation such as banking & proof of identity will be included in your offer letter. Criminal Record Check Proof of education & training certifications Proof of any additional required qualification Valid registration with the relevant licensing body Submission of immunization record along with health assessment documentation Proof of SIN number Hiring Process will depend on the timeliness of delivering the above. This is a Nursing bargaining unit - NSGEU position. Preference is given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. Nova Scotia Health Authority is proud to provide a smoke free and scent free environment. Only online applications are accepted. Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) is committed to being a workforce that is free of discrimination, values diversity and is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve. Our priority groups are Aboriginal People, African Nova Scotians, Persons with Disabilities and Recent Immigrants. Members of these groups are welcome to apply and self-identify if they wish to be considered under our Employment Equity policy. Follow us on Facebook -   https://www.facebook.com/NSHA.Recruitment/
Nova Scotia Health Authority
Aug 13, 2019
Temporary
Req ID: 35908 Location: Central Zone, Dartmouth General Hospital Company: NSHA Department: 3002301 CRIT Intensive Care DGH Type of Employment: Casual Hourly FT long-term  (100% FTE) x 1 position(s) Union Status: Nursing  Bargaining Unit -  NSNU   Posting Closing Date: 12-Aug-19 Applications are accepted until 11:59 PM on the Closing Date. Nova Scotia Health Authority is the largest provider of health services in Nova Scotia. We are over 22,000 employees who provide health care and support services in hospitals, health centres and community-based programs throughout Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Health Authority provides health services to Nova Scotians and some specialized services to Maritimers and Atlantic Canadians. We operate hospitals, health centres and community-based programs across the province. Our team of health professionals includes employees, doctors, researchers, learners and volunteers that provide the health care or services you may need. This is accomplished across four geographic management zones which are responsible for the operation of acute care health centres and the provision of a variety of inpatient, outpatient services including academic, tertiary, quaternary care and community based programs and services including continuing care, primary health care, public health, and mental health and addictions. Responsibilities The Registered Nurse (RN) utilizes the nursing process, critical thinking and problem-solving skills to provide holistic care to individuals, families, groups, communities and populations across the life span. The RN is responsible for the overall coordination and direction of nursing care. The RN provides clinical leadership, particularly in complex or unpredictable patient/client care settings. The RN has the knowledge, skill and judgment needed to provide competent, evidence-based nursing practice. The RN is accountable for the development, implementation and ongoing evaluation of the plan of care to achieve patient/client outcomes. The RN supports the development of students and colleagues through acting as a preceptor and providing ongoing mentorship. The RN contributes to the efficient and effective functioning of the unit, coordination of patient care and staffing. The RN accepts responsibility for maintaining and continually enhancing competencies through ongoing professional development including participation in education programs, research and continuous quality activities. The RN practices according to the Canadian Nurses Association Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses, the Nova Scotia College of Nursing Standards of Nursing Practice, specialty standards as applicable and the policies and procedures of the Nova Scotia Health Authority. The RN is responsible and accountable for his/her nursing practice and conduct as defined by the Nova Scotia College of Nursing and for ensuring that his/her registration is current and valid. Qualifications Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with current registration in the province of Nova Scotia One - Three years of critical care or emergency experience required Completion of an approved Critical Care Course/Critical Care Certificate/CCNP and/or one year experience in critical care required Previous medical/surgical/neuro critical care nursing experience preferred Trauma experience is an asset  BLS-C (HCP) certification Experience caring for cardiac patients an asset  Strong communication, interpersonal and assessment skills coupled with sharp problem solving and decision-making skills Maintains awareness of current concepts in nursing Registered Nurses will carry Code Blue/QRT pager Competencies in other languages an asset, French preferred    **Please Note: Where there are no qualified applicants for this position, consideration may be given to candidates who do not possess CCU/ICU education/experience. The offer is contingent upon successful completion of the CCNP program within 18 months of hire. ** PLEASE NOTE: Applicants relying on education and experience equivalencies must clearly state such equivalencies in their cover letter, resume, or application. Additionally, candidates will not be considered for an interview if applications are incomplete or are missing information. Hours of Work Long assignment, full-time position; 75 hours biweekly Beginning November 3, 2019, with an expected end date of November 3, 2020 Dates are approximate and are subject to change Salary Information $34.3461 - $40.4660 hourly ($41.8822 with 25 years of RN experience)   Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Typically interviews are held within three to four weeks of the closing date. Successful external applicants will be required to submit the below documents and assume any associated costs as a condition of employment. Additional documentation such as banking & proof of identity will be included in your offer letter. Criminal Record Check Proof of education & training certifications Proof of any additional required qualification Valid registration with the relevant licensing body Submission of immunization record along with health assessment documentation Proof of SIN number Hiring Process will depend on the timeliness of delivering the above. This is a Nursing bargaining unit - NSNU position. Preference is given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. Nova Scotia Health Authority is proud to provide a smoke free and scent free environment. Only online applications are accepted. Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) is committed to being a workforce that is free of discrimination, values diversity and is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve. Our priority groups are Aboriginal People, African Nova Scotians, Persons with Disabilities and Recent Immigrants. Members of these groups are welcome to apply and self-identify if they wish to be considered under our Employment Equity policy. Follow us on Facebook -   https://www.facebook.com/NSHA.Recruitment/