The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)

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The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
We are currently looking for experienced Registered Nurses in the  Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)  to assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. The PICU is an 21 bed medical/surgical unit. The patient’s ages range from newborn to 18 years of age. The PICU is a state of the art unit equipped with the latest in patient care technology including computerized bedside charting. This world-renowned unit provides excellence in paediatric critical care in an innovative fast paced environment. Team members are encouraged to grow and contribute in the areas of clinical practice, education and research. Nurses will have the opportunity to develop clinical expertise in paediatric critical care nursing. Nursing care of the critically ill child and their parents demands highly specialized technical and interprofessional skills, sound clinical judgment, caring, advocacy and integrity. Nurses practice in an interprofessional practice model with a highly skilled interdisciplinary team of paediatric health care professionals.  Apply now for an opportunity to join our world class team! Here’s What You’ll Love: A Successful Start – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric critical care nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment. Career Growth – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment. Areas of development include clinical nursing, education, research and management. Flexible Scheduling – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input. Interprofessional Collaboration - our nurses are an integral part of the interprofessional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes. Continued Learning – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support. Professional Development – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, interprofessional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs. Critical Care offers educations days and multiple lecture series. Research & Education – through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence based practice. Supportive Environment – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment. International Experience – SickKids critical care nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world. Impact – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day. Specialized clinical knowledge and skills training – you will receive training in Invasive and non-invasive ventilation Specialty gases Advanced hemodynamic monitoring ECG Interpretation Renal replacement Therapy Burns and Trauma Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation Intravenous and phlebotomy End of life care Here’s What You’ll Get To Do: Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need: Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a RN ICU experience is strongly preferred  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Employment Type:  Permanent full-time (1.0 FTE); includes access to comprehensive benefits, vacation, and a defined benefit pension plan Please note: upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience. Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to ONE posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a  verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
As a Registered Nurse, you will provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. You will assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. Here’s What You’ll Love : A Successful Start – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Interprofessional Collaboration- our nurses are an integral part of the interprofessional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, interprofessional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence based practice Supportive Environment – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do : Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need : Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse  Experience in pediatric nursing New Graduate Nurses will be considered for this role (see application process to applying)  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Employment Type:  Permanent, Full-Time (1.0 full-time equivalent (FTE). After 12 months, your FTE will decrease to 0.8 FTE and you will be part of the Nursing Resource Group, with the expectation that you are available to work an additional 0.2 FTE in a 6 week period based on the needs of the Hospital for the remainder of your contract) Application Process Please only apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. If you are interested in other units, please list them in your cover letter. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your resume. In addition to applying to this SickKids posting, if eligible, you must apply to our posting on the HFO website in order to be considered (Job ID: 9761) * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st.  The start date for these positions is  April 4, 2022 Please note: upon receiving a  verbal offer , all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
We are currently looking for  Registered Nurses in the Cardiac Critical Care Unit (CCCU)  to assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. The CCCU is an 18-bed unit. The patients’ ages range from newborn to 18 years of age. The unit is equipped with state-of-the-art monitoring equipment including computerized bedside charting. The CCCU has an international reputation for excellence in paediatric cardiac critical care, research and education. We are committed to providing an environment where excellence and innovation in practice, education and research are valued. Nurses have the opportunity to develop clinical expertise in Cardiac Critical Care nursing. Nursing care of the critically ill child and their parents demands highly specialized technical and interpersonal skills, sound clinical judgment, caring, advocacy and integrity. Nurses practice in an inter-professional practice model with a highly skilled interdisciplinary team of paediatric health care professionals. Here’s What You’ll Love: A Successful Start – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Interprofessional Collaboration- our nurses are an integral part of the interprofessional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, interprofessional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence-based practice Supportive Environment – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do: Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need: Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Experience in pediatric nursing Critical care skills is an asset, but not essential Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Employment Type:  Permanent full-time (1.0 FTE); includes access to comprehensive benefits, vacation time, and a defined benefit pension plan Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a  verbal offer , all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
This is an exciting opportunity to join an amazing team! Are you an experienced paediatric or emergency nurse with a passion for nursing, and a dedication to providing high-quality patient care?  The Emergency Department is recruiting outstanding nurses to fill the role of Registered Nurse in the Emergency Department. As an emergency practitioner, you will provide care and support to patients and families as they experience illness and injury. As a member of the Nursing Resource Group (NRG), in addition to your FTE, you will offer scheduled availability to manage variances in patient acuity and volumes within the Emergency Department. Here’s What You’ll Love A Successful Start – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation, in conjunction with subspecialty orientation, and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth – we offer opportunities based on aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Interprofessional Collaboration - our nurses are an integral part of the interprofessional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as external academic and conference support Professional Development – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, interprofessional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education – through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence-based practice Supportive Environment – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the patient, family and interdisciplinary healthcare team Maintain clinical competence and a solid knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Experience in paediatric and/or emergency nursing Ability to work in a fast-paced, stressful environment Demonstrated resilience in a range of complex and demanding situations Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills, with an ability to collaborate constructively An ability to remain flexible in workflows and adaptable to change Demonstrated ability to problem-solve and think critically Good organizational and time management skills Employment Type Temporary Full-time, 0.80 FTE + 0.20 NRG Component (1 year + 1 day, with modified benefits) Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site,and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
As a  Registered Nurse , you will provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. You will assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. Here’s What You’ll Love A Successful Start  – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth  – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling  – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Inter-professional Collaboration - our nurses are an integral part of the inter-professional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning  – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development  – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, inter-professional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education  – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence based practice Supportive Environmen t – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience  – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact  – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Experience in pediatric nursing Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Employment Type: Full-time (1.0 FTE) fixed-term contract; includes access to comprehensive benefits Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
We are looking for Registered Nurses to join unit  8B (Blood and Marrow Transplant and Cellular Therapy Program)  on a full-time permanent basis to provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. In this role, you will assess complex nursing needs and provide well-rounded care to support children and families as they experience acute and chronic illnesses. Nurses at SickKids are leaders who influence and deliver the best in family-centred care. Our nurses recognize and respect the diversity of the community we serve and the uniqueness of each child and family. Through partnerships and collaboration, our nurses strive to promote and restore optimal health and assist children and families to effectively adjust to health challenges. What is 8B? 8B is a 17-bed inpatient unit. It is the only Pediatric BMT/Cellular Therapy Program servicing all of Ontario as well as the Atlantic Provinces. We serve a uniquely complex population of patients and families challenged with life-altering acute and chronic illnesses that require focused and highly skilled management along a continuum of health services both in Hospital and in the community. Here's What You'll Get to Do on 8B Nurses on 8B will learn and develop a valued skillset foundational to practice in acute care clinical settings: Management of organ dysfunction and related comorbidities Management of complex intravenous and pharmacological therapies Administration of Hematopoietic Stem Cell and Cellular therapy products including but not limited to bone marrow, CORD transplants and CAR T cells and recognition of adverse reactions during infusion Administration of Chemotherapy/Biotherapy Management of post-transplant immunosuppression and rehabilitation Central Venous Access Device care, maintenance and troubleshooting Administration of blood products, oxygen therapy, enteral and parenteral nutrition Recognition and management of post-transplant complications Management of care across the phases of the illness continuum, including palliative and end-of-life care. Navigation of complex psychosocial dynamics and care challenges related to life-threatening illness and its treatment. Involvement in new and innovative therapies and clinical trials. Here’s What You’ll Love A Successful Start – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment. Specialized Career Ladder and Skills Training – we advance our nurses based on performance and aptitude to train in specialized and highly sought-after skills such as the APHON Chemotherapy/Biotherapy Provider Program. We offer cross-training opportunities in pediatric haematology/oncology throughout our ambulatory and inpatient program. 8B nurses may also train for unit-based leadership opportunities in a Clinical Support Nurse capacity, a group which functions with enhanced autonomy and navigational leadership amongst an interprofessional team. Flexible Scheduling – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input. Continued Learning and Professional Development  – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support. We encourage participation in one of our 6 unit-wide nursing practice committees, interprofessional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs. Supportive Environment – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment. Here's What You'll Need Bachelor's degree in Nursing obtained in a recognized institution in Canada or overseas. Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse in good standing Experience in nursing in haematology/oncology and/or an acute medical setting is preferred but not required. Pediatric experience is preferred but not required. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to utilize your critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork abilities. Position Details: You will work at a 1.0 FTE for the first year when building expertise in this field. At one year you will become a member of the Nursing Resource Group (NRG) and your FTE will reduce to a 0.8 FTE. In addition to your contracted scheduled FTE (0.8), you will offer additional scheduled availability of 0.2FTE on a casual basis for at least 2 years. After this time, you will return to a 1.0 FTE once your commitment is completed. In the NRG role you will be crossed trained on all unit within the division of haematology/oncology, which includes the inpatient haematology/oncology unit (8A) and the out-patient day hospital unit (8D). Employment Type:  Permanent full-time, 1.0 FTE; includes access to comprehensive benefits plan, vacation days, and defined benefit pension plan. Please note upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to your clinical experience. Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
As a  Registered Nurse , you will provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. You will assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. Here’s What You’ll Love A Successful Start  – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth  – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling  – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Inter-professional Collaboration - our nurses are an integral part of the inter-professional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning  – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development  – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, inter-professional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education  – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence based practice Supportive Environmen t – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience  – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact  – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Experience in pediatric nursing Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities  Employment Type :  Permanent Full-time (1.0 FTE); includes access to comprehensive benefits, vacation time, and a defined benefit pension plan Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
As a Registered Nurse , you will provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. You will assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. Here’s What You’ll Love A Successful Start – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Interprofessional Collaboration- our nurses are an integral part of the interprofessional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, interprofessional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence based practice Supportive Environment – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Experience in pediatric nursing Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Employment Type  Permanent, Full-time, 0.80 FTE + 0.20 NRG Component   Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
We are looking for Registered Nurses to join  Unit 6AB (Multi-Organ Transplant and Medical Specialties) on a full-time basis (including NRG component of FTE)  to provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. As a clinician in one of the most acute, complex and high-performing areas for patients with significant life-limiting conditions, you will assess advanced nursing needs and provide well-rounded care to support children and families as they experience acute and chronic illnesses. Nurses at SickKids are leaders who influence and deliver the best in family-centred care. Our nurses recognize and respect the diversity of the community we serve and the uniqueness of each child and family. Through partnerships and collaboration, our nurses strive to promote and restore optimal health and assist children and families to effectively adjust to health challenges.  What do we do in the Multi-Organ Transplant and Medical Specialties (6AB) Inpatient Unit? 6AB is a 40-bed Level II Critical Care acute medical-surgical inpatient setting with 7 distinct but inter-related medical services, including solid organ transplantation (Liver/Intestine/Kidney/Lung), Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Endocrinology, Rheumatology and the program for GastroIntestinal Function and Treatment (GIFT). We serve a uniquely complex population of patients and families challenged with life-altering acute and chronic illnesses that require focused and highly skilled management along a continuum of health services both in Hospital and in the community. Given the breadth and depth of exposure to many interrelated systems and services, 6AB provides an excellent foundation for those aspiring for developing toward future careers in critical care, emergency department, operating room, clinical teaching, leadership/management and advanced nursing practice (e.g. CNS, APN, NP, etc.) Here's What You'll Get To Do on 6AB Nurses on 6AB will learn and develop through the Progressive Professional Ladder in a valued skillset foundational to practice in acute care clinical settings: Management of organ dysfunction and related comorbidities Management of post-transplant immunosuppression and rehabilitation Pre- and post-operative care Management of autoimmune conditions and pharmacological therapies Management of metabolic diseases and pharmacological therapies Initiation, management and assessment of pediatric peritoneal dialysis and management of hemodialysis complications Care of severe nutritional dysfunction via oral, enteral and parental route Management of care across the phases of the illness continuum, including onset of life-changing diagnoses to palliative and end-of-life care Navigation of complex psychosocial dynamics and care challenges related to chronic illness, including socioeconomic disparities, child protection concerns, mental health Here’s What You’ll Love The Orientation  –  No paediatric experience? No problem! You will receive a comprehensive 12-week paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty training and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment. A hybrid format is used to deliver training, including virtual on-line classes, onsite labs, and 20-25 clinical shifts with a preceptor. The Progressive Professional Ladder – we advance our nurses based on performance and aptitude to train in specialized and highly sought-after skills such as pediatric peritoneal dialysis, organ transplantation and level 2 critical care. We offer cross-training opportunities in pediatric hemodialysis, apheresis and support for certification in pediatric nursing through the Canadian Nurses Association (CpedN(C)). 6AB nurses may also train for unit-based leadership opportunities in a Clinical Support Nurse capacity, a group which functions with enhanced autonomy and navigational leadership amongst an interprofessional team. Flexible Scheduling –  using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input. Continued Learning and Professional Development  – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support. We encourage participation in one of our 6 unit-wide nursing practice committees, interprofessional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs. Supportive Environment – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment. Here's What You'll Need Bachelor's degree in Nursing obtained in a recognized institution in Canada or overseas Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Minimum 1 - 2 years of experience in nursing in an acute medical-surgical setting . ICU or emergency department experience is an asset but not required. Pediatric experience is an asset but not required Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to utilize your critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork abilities Position Details: After 1 year of skills-building in this role, you will be a member of the Nursing Resource Group (NRG). In addition to your contracted scheduled FTE (0.80), you will offer additional scheduled availability of 0.20 FTE on a casual basis for at least 2 years. After this time you will return to a 1.0 FTE once your commitment is completed. Employment Type Full-Time, Permanent Employment FTE (0.80) + 0.2 FTE NRG Health and dental benefits offered. Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site,and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
As a  Registered Nurse , you will provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. You will assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. Here’s What You’ll Love A Successful Start  – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth  – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling  – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Inter-professional Collaboration - our nurses are an integral part of the inter-professional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning  – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development  – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, inter-professional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education  – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence based practice Supportive Environmen t – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience  – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact  – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Experience in pediatric nursing Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities   Employment Type : Full-time (1.0 FTE) fixed-term contract; includes access to comprehensive benefits Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
As a  Registered Nurse , you will provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. You will assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. Here’s What You’ll Love A Successful Start  – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth  – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling  – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Inter-professional Collaboration - our nurses are an integral part of the inter-professional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning  – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development  – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, inter-professional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education  – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence based practice Supportive Environmen t – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience  – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact  – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Experience in pediatric nursing Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Employment Type: Full-time (1.0 FTE) fixed-term contract; includes access to comprehensive benefits Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
As a  Registered Nurse , you will provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. You will assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. Here’s What You’ll Love A Successful Start  – you will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth  – we offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling  – using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Inter-professional Collaboration - our nurses are an integral part of the inter-professional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning  – lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development  – we encourage participation in nursing practice committees, inter-professional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education  – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence based practice Supportive Environmen t – our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience  – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact  – at SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse Experience in pediatric nursing Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Employment Type :  Permanent full-time (1.0 FTE); includes access to comprehensive benefits, vacation time, and a defined benefit pension plan Application Process Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application: Step 1 (Mandatory):  Visit the SickKids Careers site, and apply to  ONE  posting based on your unit of choice. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and  make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in. Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible*,  you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761).   * Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4th, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity. If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022. Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.
The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids)
Jan 05, 2022
Full time
Please review the full job description and Application Process before applying  We are currently recruiting New Graduate Nurses to join the SickKids Team! As a New Graduate Nurse, you will provide family-centered nursing care to children along the continuum of care. You will assess the nursing needs and provide care to support children and families as they experience illness and the response of treatment. The start date for these positions is  April 4, 2022 . Nurses at SickKids are leaders who influence and deliver the best in family-centered care. Our nurses recognize and respect the diversity of the community we serve and the uniqueness of each child and family. Through partnerships and collaboration, our nurses strive to promote and restore optimal health and assist children and families to effectively adjust to health challenges. Nurses at SickKids improve the lives of children around the world every day! Apply now for an opportunity to join our world class team! Units that are currently hiring: 4D, Heart Centre Inpatient Unit  (Full-time Permanent, 1.0 FTE, 6 positions available)  5A, Orthopaedics/ENT  (Full-time Temporary, 1.0 FTE, 2 positions available)  5B, General Surgery, Urology & Gynecology  (Full-time Temporary, 1.0 FTE, 2 positions available)    6A/B, Transplant and Medical Specialties  (Full-time Permanent, 1.0 FTE, 6 positions available)  7BCD, Paediatric Medicine, Respiratory Medicine & Infectious Diseases  (Full-time Permanent, 0.80 FTE + 0.20 NRG, 8 positions available)  8A/6E, Haematology/Oncology Inpatient Unit  (Full-time Permanent, 1.0 FTE, 3 positions available)  8B, Bone Marrow Transplant  (Full-time Permanent, 1.0 FTE, 2 positions available) 8C, Burns/Plastics  (Full-time Temporary, 1.0 FTE, 1 position available)  NICU, Neonatal Intensive care Unit  (Full-time Permanent, 1.0 FTE, 5 positions available)  Here’s What You’ll Love: A Successful Start  – You will participate in a comprehensive paediatric nursing orientation in conjunction with subspecialty orientation and a preceptored clinical practice experience to ensure you have the tools you need to be successful in our unique environment Career Growth  – We offer opportunities for advancement based on performance and aptitude regardless of length of employment Flexible Scheduling  – Using 6-week blocks, our scheduling is a fair and collaborative process decided with your input Interprofessional Collaboration  – Our nurses are an integral part of the interprofessional care team with opportunity to significantly contribute to patient care outcomes Continued Learning  – Lifelong learning is encouraged through internal programs as well as through external means like academic and conference support Professional Development  – We encourage participation in nursing practice committees, interprofessional care rounds, as well as preceptorship & mentorship programs Research & Education  – Through various endowments for paediatric nursing research & education we promote scientific advancement in nursing practice and the leadership in evidence-based practice Supportive Environment  – Our RN Council works to ensure we are providing our nurses with a supportive, collaborative, and innovative work environment International Experience  – SickKids nurses have the opportunity to work on our projects to build capacity and promote paediatric health throughout the world Impact  – At SickKids, you will enhance children’s health and change the lives of children and their families every day Here’s What You’ll Get To Do:   Develop and implement a nursing plan of care Work in collaboration with the child/family and the interdisciplinary health care team Maintain clinical competence and knowledge base through continued education and life-long learning Utilize evidence-based practice as a base in the promotion of professional accountability Provide safe, competent and ethical nursing care Here’s What You’ll Need:  Baccalaureate degree and/or Diploma in Nursing   Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse or in progress  Previous nursing/clinical experience in paediatrics is highly preferred¿ Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Demonstrated ability to use your critical thinking, problem-solving and teamwork abilities Application Process  Please follow the steps outlined below when submitting your application:    Step 1 (Mandatory):  Apply to ONE posting based on your unit of choice; New Graduate Nurses who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of the SickKids start date (April 4, 2022) and have not yet been employed in an RN capacity should only apply to the New Graduate Clinician posting. Please include your cover letter as the first page of your application and make sure to list in your cover letter the top 3 units you are interested in.  Step 2 (Mandatory, If Eligible): If eligible *, you must apply to our posting on the New Graduate Guarantee Online Portal to be considered  (Job ID: 9761) . *Please only apply to our NGG Portal posting if you are a New Graduate Nurse who has completed their BScN program within 12 months of April 4, 2022 and have not yet been employed in a full-time RN capacity.    If shortlisted, you will be called for a phone interview anytime between  January 19th and January 31st, 2022 .  Upon receiving a verbal offer, all successful candidates will need to provide 2 supervisory references who can speak to clinical experience.