careers@westernhealth.nl.ca Recent Jobs published at Western Health https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca 60 Nurse Practitioner (Primary Health Care) Permanent full-time (75 Hours bi-weekly)<br>Nurse Practitioner (Family/All ages) - Emergency Department<br>Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital<br><br><br>This is a highly progressive nursing position responsible for assessment, diagnosis, treatment, evaluation, and follow-up of clients in the Emergency Department at Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital. The Nurse Practitioner will work in liaison with the Emergency Room physicians and Chief of Staff. Reporting directly to the Manager of Patient Services - Emergency/OR, the Nurse Practitioner provides comprehensive and holistic emergency nursing care to clients including injury and illness treatment and prevention, health promotion, supportive, curative, and rehabilitative care.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from an approved School of Nursing, successful completion of a Nurse Practitioner Program, and considerable experience in the field of nursing are required. Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador and current Nurse Practitioner License are also required. Minimum of five years' combined general Medical/Surgical, Critical Care or Emergency nursing experience with a minimum of three years' current emergency nursing is required. The incumbent must demonstrate strong leadership, communication, and organizational skills. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships is essential. Experience working independently with limited supervision and in collaboration with the Emergency physician as well as other members of the interdisciplinary health care team is required. Must be willing to complete ACLS certification.<br><br>A signing bonus is available for this position. Please contact the Human Resources Department for more information<br><br>Hours of work: 8 and 12 Hour shifts; 0700-1500, 0730-1530, 0800-1600, 0800-1630. 0900-1700, 1000-1600, 1100-1900, 1200-2000, 1300-2100, 1400-2200, 0700-1900, 0800-2000, 0900-2100, 1000-2200, 1100-2300, 1200-0000 Hours, every other weekend; Flexibility required.<br>Salary: $81,646.50 to $101,244.00 per Annum.<br>Competition number: WH-2016000413<br>Competition closing date: Until Filled<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br>This position is open to both male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered.<br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000003908 Mon, 18 Jul 2016 08:53:53 GMT Nurse Practitioner (Primary Health Care) Permanent full-time (75 Hours bi-weekly)<br>Nurse Practitioner (Family/All ages) - DeGrau and Lourdes Medical Clinics<br>Port au Port Peninsula<br><br><br>Western Health currently requires a Nurse Practitioner on a permanent basis at the Degrau and Lourdes Medical Clinics located on the Port au Port Peninsula. The western region of Newfoundland is home to pristine communities perfect for any active individual looking for quaint, quiet, safe community to live, without the busy lifestyle of larger cities.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador and current Nurse Practitioner License are required. The incumbent must demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships is essential. Experience working independently with limited supervision and willingness to travel are also required. Maintaining certification in BCLS and the willingness to complete certification in ACLS, PALS, and TNCC within two years of appointment to the position are required. <br><br>A signing bonus is available for this position. Please contact the Human Resources Department for more information<br><br>Hours of work: 0830-1630 Hours; coverage will alternate between both clinics, Monday to Friday.<br>Salary: $81,646.50 to $101,244.00 per Annum.<br>Competition number: WH-2016000803<br>Competition closing date: Until Filled<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br>This position is open to both male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered.<br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004282 Thu, 15 Dec 2016 14:29:55 GMT Nurse Practitioner (Primary Health Care) Permanent Full Time (75 hours bi-weekly)<br>Nurse Practitioner, Port Saunders, NL<br><br>Western Health currently requires a Nurse Practitioner on a permanent basis at the Rufus Guinchard Health Centre in Port Saunders, NL. The western region of Newfoundland is home to pristine communities perfect for any active individual or any individual looking for a quaint, quiet, safe community to live, without the busy lifestyle of larger cities.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador and current Nurse Practitioner License are required. The incumbent must demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships is essential. Experience working independently with limited supervision is also required. Maintaining certification in BCLS and the willingness to complete certification in ACLS, PALS, and TNCC within two years of appointment to the position are required.<br><br>A signing bonus is available for this position. Please contact the Human Resources Department for more information.<br><br>Hours of Work: 75 Hours bi-weekly. 0830-1630, 0900-1700 Hours, Monday to Friday. <br>Salary: $81,646.50 to $101,244.00 per Annum.<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000009<br>Competition Closing Date: 31 March 2017 or until filled<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004310 Fri, 06 Jan 2017 15:46:56 GMT Clinical Psychologist II Permanent Full Time (75 hours Bi-Weekly)<br>Clinical Psychologist II<br>Mental Health and Addiction Services, Corner Brook, NL<br><br>Western Health currently requires a Clinical Psychologist II on a permanent full time basis with Mental Health and Addiction Services. The primary purpose of this position is to provide advanced community-based psychological intervention to children, youth, and their families in the Corner Brook area.<br><br>DUTIES: Provides a full range of psychological services, including biopsychosocial assessments, test administration and interpretation, diagnosis, and intensive psychotherapy with children and adults. Provides consultation to Mental Health and Addiction Services staff and various care providers. Duties will be provided independently and as part of a team of mental health and addictions professionals. Provides leadership and support to various mental health promotion initiatives.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Advanced knowledge of theoretical approaches and therapy pertaining to mental health is required. Candidates should have clinical experience in the provision of comprehensive psychological assessment, intervention techniques/strategies, and therapy to individuals, families, and groups. Effective teamwork, communication, and inter-professional skills are essential. Experience working in an interdisciplinary community-based mental health setting would be an asset. Graduation from an accredited university with a Masters' Degree in Psychology. A Masters' Degree in Clinical Psychology is preferred. License and registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador Board of Examiners in Psychology is required. <br><br>A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br><br>Hours of work: 0830-1630 hours, Flexible hours may be required.<br>Salary: $72,657.00 to $85,624.50 per Annum<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000114<br>Competition Closing Date: Until Filled<br>Recruiter Name: Nicholas O'Brien<br><br>If no applicant is found with these qualifications, Western Health with consider an applicant who meets the requirements of a Psychologist I. <br><br>This position is open to both male and female applicants<br><br>Please Note: A resume and supporting documentation is required. Applicants who do not provide this information will not be considered for this opportunity.<br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004413 Tue, 28 Feb 2017 15:26:30 GMT Nurse Practitioner - Family/All Ages Permanent full-time (75 Hours bi-weekly)<br>Nurse Practitioner (Family/All ages) <br>Ramea Clinic, NL<br><br><br>Western Health currently requires a Nurse Practitioner on a permanent full-time basis at the Ramea Clinic in Ramea which is located off the southwest coast of Newfoundland, southwest of Burgeo. The western region of Newfoundland is home to pristine communities perfect for any active individual looking for a quaint, quiet, safe community to live, without the busy lifestyle of larger cities. For more information on Ramea, please visit www.ramea.ca.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador and current Nurse Practitioner License are required. The incumbent must demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships is essential. Experience working independently with limited supervision and a willingness to travel are also required. Maintaining certification in BCLS and the willingness to complete certification in ACLS, PALS, and TNCC within two years of appointment to the position are required.<br><br>*Please Note: Must be willing to travel by boat or air to service coastal clinics.<br><br>A signing bonus is available for this position. Please contact the Human Resources Department for more information<br><br>We offer an attractive benefits package which includes four weeks of annual vacation, nine statutory holidays, pension plan, health insurance, dental and long-term disability plans. Assistance with relocation is available for a return in service commitment.<br><br><br>Hours of work: 0830-1630 Monday to Friday; with alternating weeks of afterhours calls.<br>Salary: $81,646.50 to $101,244.00 per Annum.<br>Competition number: WH-2017000140<br>Competition closing date: Until Filled<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br><br>This position is open to both male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered.<br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004443 Tue, 21 Feb 2017 14:54:41 GMT Audiologist I Audiologist I (Under Review)<br>Permanent Full Time (75 Hours Bi-Weekly)<br>Western Health - Audiology - Corner Brook<br><br>Duties: The successful applicant will have the opportunity to provide a full range of diagnostic and rehabilitation services, including but, not limited to hearing assessments, optoacoustic emissions testing, auditory brainstem response testing, and hearing aid selection, fitting, and verification through the provincial hearing aid program. Services are provided to a predominately outpatient population of all ages. Travelling clinics within the region will be required. The incumbent may also be required to participate in health promotion activities. The successful applicant will work together with other audiologists at their respective site and as a member of an interdisciplinary team. The incumbent will report directly to the Regional Manager of Rehabilitations Services at the Corner Brook site.<br><br>Qualifications: A Master's Degree in Audiology from a recognized university and registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador Council of Health Professionals<br><br>** A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br>Hours of Work: 0830-1630 Monday to Friday. Some evening and weekend work required<br>Salary: $70,824.00 to $83,518.50 (Under Review)<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000223<br>Competition Closing Date: Until Filled<br>Recruiter Name: Nicholas O'Brien <br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br><br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004526 Wed, 22 Mar 2017 15:15:58 GMT Clinical Physiotherapist I Clinical Physiotherapist I<br>Temporary Call In<br>Western Health - Corner Brook <br><br>Western Health currently requires a Clinical Physiotherapist I on a temporary call-in basis within the Patient Services Physiotherapy Program located at WMRH & STRH.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: Current registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists is required.<br><br>Travel throughout the region will be required.<br> <br>NOTE: Use of a private vehicle is a condition of employment.<br><br>Hours of work: 07:30-15:30, 08:00-16:00, 08:30-16:30 Hours <br> Flexible Hours Required - including Weekends<br>Salary: $36.32 to $42.83 per Hour<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000265<br>Competition Closing Date: Until Filled<br>Recruiter Name: Alex King <br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004569 Wed, 19 Apr 2017 15:48:24 GMT [internal] NURSE PRACTITIONER OPPORTUNITY <br>CAREER OPPORTUNTIES FOR REGISTERED NURSES<br><br>INTERESTED IN BECOMING A NURSE PRACTITIONER<br><br>Are you interested in becoming a Nurse Practitioner? Western Health is inviting registered nurses who are considering a career as a Nurse Practitioner to apply for one of several vacancies throughout the region. Conditional offers will be extended for permanent positions, subject to Western Health's interview and screening process and contingent on successful completion of an approved Master in Nursing/Nurse Practitioner (MN/NP) program. <br><br>MN/NP programs are offered by universities across the country, including at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), and can be completed on a full-time or part-time basis through distance education. Programs generally include a combination of courses in nursing theory and clinical practicums. Western Health can assist with coordination of clinical practicums for individuals interested in completing these components in the Western region. Flexible and/or modified work arrangements may also be available to assist with time commitments required during study and/or clinical practicums. For more information on MUN's MN/NP program, please visit: http://www.mun.ca/nursing/grad/master/ <br><br>Western Health is currently offering financial assistance to students enrolled in approved Nurse Practitioner programs in Canada. A $10,000 bursary is available for students who agree to work in a difficult-to-fill position for a period of two years (3900 hours). For more information about the Nurse Practitioner Bursary Program, please contact Human Resources, or visit:<br> www.health.gov.nl.ca/health/grantsfunding/bursaries.html.<br><br>Permanent full-time positions are currently available in the following locations:<br>1. Rufus Guinchard Health Centre, Port Saunders<br>2. Lourdes and DeGrau Medical Clinics, Port-au-Port Peninsula (1 FTE shared between two locations)<br>3. Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital, Stephenville<br>4. BSGLTC and Stephenville Crossing Medical Clinic, Stephenville Crossing (1 FTE shared between two locations).<br>5. Ramea Clinic, Ramea Island, Southwest Coast <br><br>QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: To become a Nurse Practitioner, you must have graduated from a baccalaureate program in nursing from a recognized university and hold a current practicing license as a registered nurse. A minimum of 2 years of clinical experience is required to be accepted in the program. Successful applicants are required to provide verification of enrolment in an approved Nurse Practitioner Program in Canada and must be continuously enrolled until program completion. <br><br>Interested applicants are invited to apply through eRecruit @ https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca<br><br>Deadline for applications: open until filled<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Thu, 27 Apr 2017 15:50:56 GMT Licensed Practical Nurse I <br> <br>Temporary Call-in for Relief Purposes<br>Licensed Practical Nurse I<br>Calder Health Centre, Burgeo NL<br><br>Required Qualifications:<br>Graduation from an approved Practical Nursing program and current registration with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador are required.<br><br>Hours of Work: A variety of shifts including 3.75, 8 and 12 hour rotating shifts; Days/Evenings/Nights, including weekends <br>Salary: $24.52 to $27.23 per Hour<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000314<br>Competition Closing Date: 31 December 2017, 11:59:59 pm NST (Newfoundland Standard Time)<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br>This opportunity is open to both male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered.<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004626 Fri, 28 Apr 2017 13:13:45 GMT Clinical Psychologist II Permanent Full-Time (75 Hours Bi-Weekly)<br>Clinical Psychologist II - Developmental Psychology, Corner Brook, NL <br><br>Definition of Work: To provide clinical assessment, diagnosis, and intervention services to preschool children presenting with developmental delay and those at risk for delay. Services are delivered through an interdisciplinary approach in a community-based setting. The incumbent is responsible for participating in the development, implementation and evaluation of programs in Developmental Psychology, including health promotion initiatives. Responsibilities also include conducting group work with children and families and treating behavioral concerns co-existing with developmental delay. Must display initiative and an ability to work as a member of an interdisciplinary team and be able to provide a coordinated and comprehensive approach to service delivery. This position reports directly to the Regional Manager of Rehabilitation Services at the Corner Brook site.<br><br>Required Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited university with a Master's Degree in Psychology. A Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology is preferred. Registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador Psychology Board is required. Knowledge and experience in assessment and intervention techniques in the area of child development is essential. Effective communication and interpersonal skills are also essential. <br><br>Applicants who have a provisional license with the Newfoundland and Labrador Psychology Board may be considered in the event there are no suitable applicants.<br><br>**A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br><br>Hours of Work: 0830-1630 Hours; Monday to Friday; Flexible hours may be required.<br>Salary: $72,657.00 to $85,624.50 per annum<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000428<br>Competition Closing Date: Until Filled<br>Recruiter Name: Nicholas O'Brien<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br><br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004736 Tue, 06 Jun 2017 15:30:21 GMT [internal] Domestic Worker Permanent Part-Time (15 Hours Bi-Weekly)<br>Domestic Worker<br>Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital, Stephenville, NL<br>Required qualifications: <br>Completion of High School and completion of the Infection Control course are required. A valid Driver's Licence is also required.<br><br>Hours of Work: 0800-1600, 1600-2400, 2400-0800, 0700-1500 and 1500-2300 Hours<br>Salary: $18.52 to $19.99 per Hour<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000521<br>Competition Closing Date: 07 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants<br><br>This Position is Open to Members of the Western Health CUPE Bargaining Unit.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Wed, 12 Jul 2017 13:51:41 GMT [internal] Registered Nurse IB Temporary Full-Time until 31 October 2017, with possible extension <br>Registered Nurse IB<br>Bay St. George Long Term Care Centre <br><br>Required Qualifications:<br>Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador is required.<br><br>Hours of Work: 75 Hours per pay period<br> A variety of shifts including, 3.75, 8 and 12 hour rotating shifts; <br>Days/Evenings/Nights/Weekends/Holidays. 75 Hours Biweekly. <br>Salary: $34.35 to $42.65 per hour.<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000526<br>Competition Closing Date: 28 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br><br>This opportunity is open to both male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, education, professional registration, and the names of two employment references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Thu, 13 Jul 2017 09:28:30 GMT Laboratory and X-Ray Technologist <br><br>Permanent full-time<br>Lab and X-Ray Technologist<br>Bonne Bay Health Centre, Norris Point<br><br> QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from high school supplemented by successful completion of an approved program in Medical Laboratory Technology and a recognized X-Ray Technician course are required. General Registered Medical Laboratory Technologist (MLT) and current registration with both the Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) and the Newfoundland and Labrador Council of Health Professionals are also required. Graduates of the cross training program offered by the College of the North Atlantic will be required to have current registration with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT).<br><br> Hours of Work: 0700-1500, 0800-1600, 1200-2000, 1600-2400 Hours.<br>Salary: $51,979.20 to $64,974.00 per Annum.<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000529<br>Competition Closing Date: Until Filled<br>Recruiter Name: Dean Barker<br>This position is open to male and female applicants<br><br>A resume, educational documents, professional registration, and the names of two employment references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004827 Thu, 13 Jul 2017 11:34:55 GMT [internal] Registered Nurse I - Medical Imaging Permanent<br>Registered Nurse I in the Medical Imaging Department<br>Western Memorial Regional Hospital<br><br>Required Qualifications: Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador is required. Completion of an approved perioperative program, Basic Cardiac Life Support, and a willingness to successfully complete the next available ACLS and PALS certification courses are required. A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br>Please Note: This position may be filled as per Employer/Union obligation under "Duty to Accommodate". Any applicant who requires an accommodation must indicate so clearly through separate correspondence outlining the specifics of the accommodation required. Please note that prior to being considered for any accommodation, employees must meet the qualifications of the position for which they are applying.<br><br>Hours of Work:75 Hours per pay period<br>0800-1600, 0830-1630 Hours; Monday to Friday<br>Overtime as per the Collective Agreement<br>Salary Scale:$63,043.50 to $78,058.50 per Annum<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000530<br>Competition Closing Date:27 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name:Marilyn Elliott<br><br>Please provide a resume outlining your qualifications.<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>This Position is Open to Members of the Western Health RNUNL Bargaining Unit.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Thu, 17 Aug 2017 09:00:44 GMT [internal] Registered Nurse I Permanent Full-Time (75 Hours Bi-weekly)<br>Nurse I - Renal Dialysis <br>Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital<br><br>Required qualifications: Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador and successful completion of a recognized Renal Dialysis Orientation Program are required. Candidates who have not completed a recognized Renal Dialysis Orientation Program will be required to complete the program at the next available opportunity.<br><br>Please note: A return-in-service agreement will be required prior to the commencement of noted education program.<br><br>Hours of Work: 0730-1930, 0930-2130 and 1330-2130 Hours<br>Monday to Sunday<br>Salary: $32.33 to $40.03 per hour.<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000549<br>Competition Closing Date: 21 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants<br><br>This Position is Open to Members of the Western Health RNUNL<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Mon, 24 Jul 2017 15:44:29 GMT [internal] Registered Nurse I - Palliative Care Permanent Full-Time<br>Registered Nurse I - Palliative Care Unit<br>Western Health, Western Memorial Regional Hospital<br><br>Required qualifications: Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador is required as well as a demonstrated interest and experience in Palliative Care and End of Life Issues.<br><br>Please Note: This position may be filled as per Employer/Union obligation under "Duty to Accommodate". Any applicant who requires an accommodation must indicate so clearly through separate correspondence outlining the specifics of the accommodation required. Please note that prior to being considered for any accommodation, employees must meet the qualifications of the position for which they are applying. <br><br>Hours of Work:75 Hours per pay period<br>0800-2000, 2000-0800 Hours<br>Salary Scale:$63,043.50 to $78,058.50 per Annum<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000551<br>Competition Closing Date:21 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name:Marilyn Elliott<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>This position is Open to Members of the Western Health RNUNL Bargaining Unit.<br><br> <br> <br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Fri, 11 Aug 2017 10:28:55 GMT [internal] Registered Nurse I Temporary Full-time Until 1 February 2018, With Possibility of Extension<br>Registered Nurse I - 2D Orthopedic Surgery<br>Western Memorial Regional Hospital<br><br>Required Qualifications: Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador is required.<br><br>Please Note: This position may be filled as per Employer/Union obligation under "Duty to Accommodate". Any applicant who requires an accommodation must indicate so clearly through separate correspondence outlining the specifics of the accommodation required. Please note that prior to being considered for any accommodation, employees must meet the qualifications of the position for which they are applying.<br><br>Hours of Work:75 Hours per pay period; 0800 - 2000, 2000 - 0800 Hours<br>Salary Scale:$63,043.50 to $78,058.50 per Annum<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000552<br>Competition Closing Date:20 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name:Marilyn Elliott<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>This Position is Open to Members of the Western Health RNUNL Bargaining Unit.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Thu, 10 Aug 2017 12:48:31 GMT Behaviour Management Specialist II Senior Behaviour Management Specialist <br>Permanent Full-Time <br>Community Support - Deer Lake, NL<br><br><br>DUTIES: This is a Regional Clinical Leadership position reporting to the Community Support Manager in Deer Lake. Primary responsibilities include clinical supervision of staff, and assisting the regional manager in program coordination and budget management. The incumbent may be required to carry a partial clinical caseload. Work is performed with a high degree of organization, independence, initiative and problem solving.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: Successful completion of Master's Degree in Psychology with 3-5 years' experience in Behaviour Management. Major course work in program design, learning theory and behaviour modification is required. Registration or immediate eligibility for registration, with the Newfoundland and Labrador Board of Examiners in Psychology is required. Knowledge of the Interventions Services Program - Community Behavioural Services Program. Knowledge of individual program planning, functional analysis, developmental process, program design, treatment ethics and behaviour management techniques. Strong oral and written communication, case management, time management and analytical skills and the ability to work as a member of a team. Considerable experience in working with individuals with intellectual disabilities across the lifespan. Willingness and ability to travel throughout the Western Region as required. A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br><br>Note: Use of a private vehicle is a condition of employment.<br><br>Candidates with other combination of experience, training and personal attributes may be considered.<br><br>Hours of Work:75 Hours per pay period<br>0830 - 1630 Monday to Friday. Flexible work hours as required.<br>Salary Scale:$75, 406.50 to $88,900.50 per Annum<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000561<br>Competition Closing Date:22 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name:Alison MacLean <br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>A resume, proof of qualifications, and the names of two employment references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004866 Tue, 15 Aug 2017 14:26:34 GMT Behaviour Management Specialist <br>Behaviour Management Specialist<br>Temporary Full Time until 01 January 2018, With Possibility of Extension<br>Community Support - Stephenville<br><br>Duties: Develops and oversees the delivery of behavioural intervention programs that assist residents, clients, staff and families to meet the needs of individuals in Long Term Care who exhibit challenging and excessive behaviours. The incumbent assesses problem behaviours and helps develop a care plan as part of the interdisciplinary care team. Provides training to care providers, staff, and others as required.<br> <br>Required Qualifications: Knowledge of individual program planning, functional analysis, developmental process, program design, treatment ethics, and behavior management techniques combined with strong oral and written communication skills, management and analytical skills, and the ability to work as a member of a team. A Bachelor's Degree in one of the social sciences with major course work in program design and behavior modification is required. Experience working with individuals with developmental delays is required. A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br><br>Note: The use of a private vehicle is a condition of employment.<br><br>Hours of Work:75 Hours per pay period<br>0830-1630 Monday to Friday. Flex hours as required.<br>Salary Scale:$32.08 to $35.83 per Hour<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000562<br>Competition Closing Date:24 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name:Alison MacLean<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>A resume, proof of qualifications, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered.<br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca.<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health; however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004867 Tue, 15 Aug 2017 14:47:58 GMT Behaviour Management Specialist Behaviour Management Specialist<br>Temporary Full Time until 31 October 2017, With Possibility of Extension<br>Community Support - Stephenville<br><br>Duties: Develops and oversees the delivery of behavioural intervention programs that assist residents, clients, staff and families to meet the needs of individuals in Long Term Care who exhibit challenging and excessive behaviours. The incumbent assesses problem behaviours and helps develop a care plan as part of the interdisciplinary care team. Provides training to care providers, staff, and others as required.<br> <br>Required Qualifications: Knowledge of individual program planning, functional analysis, developmental process, program design, treatment ethics, and behavior management techniques combined with strong oral and written communication skills, management and analytical skills, and the ability to work as a member of a team. A Bachelor's Degree in one of the social sciences with major course work in program design and behavior modification is required. Experience working with individuals with developmental delays is required. A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br><br>Note: The use of a private vehicle is a condition of employment.<br><br>Hours of Work:75 Hours per pay period<br>0830-1630 Monday to Friday. Flex hours as required.<br>Salary Scale:$32.08 to $35.83 per Hour<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000563<br>Competition Closing Date:24 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name:Alison MacLean<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>A resume, proof of qualifications, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered.<br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca.<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health; however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004868 Tue, 15 Aug 2017 15:20:09 GMT [internal] LPN 1 - Gooseberry Lane Unit Permanent Full-Time <br>Licensed Practical Nurse I - Gooseberry Lane Unit<br>Corner Brook Long Term Care Home<br><br>While this position is located on Gooseberry Lane, the successful incumbent may be reassigned to other areas of Long Term Care as required by the Employer.<br><br>Required Qualifications: Graduation from an approved practical nursing program and current registration with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador are required.<br>Hours of Work: 75 Hours per pay period<br>0800-2000, 2000-0800 Hours; Monday to Sunday<br>Salary Scale:$24.52 to $27.23 per Hour<br>Competition Number:WH-2017000567<br>Competition Closing Date:23 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name:Marilyn Elliott<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>This Position is Open to Members of the Western Health CUPE Bargaining Unit.<br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Wed, 16 Aug 2017 09:45:35 GMT Provincial Director - Supply Chain <br><br>Provincial Director-Supply Chain, Permanent Full-Time <br>Position may be located anywhere within the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador<br><br>The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has made a commitment to focus on cost savings and improved efficiencies throughout the public sector. One of the initiatives is to move towards one provincial shared services model for Supply Chain for the Regional Health Authorities (RHA) and the Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information (NLCHI). An integrated supply chain model will ensure that the supply, equipment, and services needs of patients and user departments are met, while creating value through cost savings and streamlining operational efficiencies.<br><br>Definition of work: <br>Reporting to the Vice President responsible for Provincial Supply Chain at Central Health, the Provincial Director will be responsible for providing leadership, vision and strategic direction for supply chain services in the province. <br><br>The Provincial Director will be supported by the Project Lead during the implementation stage of the new shared services model, while ensuring continued operations. The overall management structure will have roles and responsibilities aligned to four key lines of business: Inventory, Logistics and Transportation; Purchasing Operations; Province wide Strategic Sourcing/Contract Management; and Vendor Management.<br><br>The Provincial Director is responsible for controlling the strategic sourcing, vendor management, procurement, contact compliance, transportation, storage, distribution and waste management of supplies and equipment for the RHAs in the province and NLCHI. Specific accountabilities will include developing, implementing and administering a provincial system for supply chain management; leading the strategic planning efforts for supply chain; overseeing all aspects of the supply chain continuum; providing guidance on methodologies to optimize supply chain outcomes; overseeing the centralized procurement of all supplies, equipment and services; implementing proper inventory and distribution processes; leveraging the buying power of the system; implementing standardization and consistent policies, and developing strong collaborative relationships with vendors. The successful candidate will bring a strong patient-centered approach to the delivery of services and will partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements. Some travel will be required and team meetings will be face to face as well as technologically facilitated.<br> <br>Required qualifications:<br>" Graduate degree in business or other relevant degree.<br>" Minimum of five years of experience within the last seven working in progressively responsible roles in the purchasing/supply chain management field. <br>" Experience interacting with vendors in negotiating, maintaining, and validating contracts/agreements compliance and performance.<br>" Progressive management experience.<br>" Experience and knowledge in lean improvement processes and methodologies. <br>" Knowledge of Project Management methodologies and a proven ability to execute.<br>" Knowledge of all aspects of the supply chain management including sourcing, procurement, transportation, logistics, vendor management, inventory, and contract management.<br>" Knowledge of change management and its best principles and practices.<br>" Knowledge of and ability to use the proper processes and practices for managing and administering a variety of contractual agreements.<br>" Demonstrated strong financial acumen. <br>" Demonstrated ability to build relationships across all stakeholders through strong interpersonal skills and consensus building.<br>" Demonstrated strong problem-solving and analytical skills and the ability to facilitate problem solving sessions and lead team members through a methodical approach to identifying, clarifying, and scoping issues, followed by solution definition, planning, and performance monitoring.<br>" Demonstrated effective communication skills including written, facilitation and presentation skills to a variety of audiences including employees, executives, clinicians, unions, and special interest groups. <br>" Demonstrated ability to create and/or manage financial or forecasting models for program planning, benefit tracking, and provincial reporting. <br>" Demonstrated strong leadership skills including the ability to lead and mentor direct reports and the ability to take ownership of work initiatives. <br>" Ability to drive consensus, resolve conflicts, and facilitate solutions in a multi-disciplinary environment<br>" A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br>" A satisfactory certificate of conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.<br><br><br>Preferred qualifications:<br>" Certification in one of the following: Production and Inventory Management (CPIM), Supply Chain Professional (CSCP), or Logistics, Transportation and Distribution (CLTD).<br>" Courses or certifications in quality or lean improvements. <br><br>Hours of work: 75 hours biweekly<br>Salary: HL 29 (Classification under review) <br>Competition Number: 2017SSSC01<br>Competition closing date: August 31, 2017<br><br>Interested applicants are asked to apply on this position through eRecruit. Only applications received through eRecruit will be processed.<br><br> <br>Western Health is an equal opportunity employer. <br>We thank all candidates however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.<br> <br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004874 Tue, 01 Aug 2017 08:50:08 GMT [internal] Project Lead - Supply Chain <br>Provincial Project Lead-Supply Chain, Temporary Full-Time (minimum 2 years)<br>Position may be located anywhere within the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador<br><br>The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador has made a commitment to focus on cost savings and improved efficiencies throughout the public sector. One of the initiatives is to move towards one provincial shared services model for Supply Chain for the Regional Health Authorities (RHA) and the Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information (NLCHI). An integrated supply chain model will ensure that the supply, equipment, and services needs of patients and user departments are met, while creating value through cost savings and streamlining operational efficiencies.<br><br>Definition of work: <br>Reporting to the Vice President responsible for Provincial Supply Chain at Central Health, the Project Lead will support the Provincial Director and lead a project team during the implementation phase for the new provincial shared service model for supply chain. The Project Lead, in collaboration with the Provincial Director- Supply Chain, will take a provincial focus to ensure continuity of supply chain services during the transition process, while ensuring that resources are focused on implementation. The Project Lead will oversee the project management function, which will include, managing a multi-disciplinary provincial wide team consisting of a variety of members (Executive, Human Resources, Finance, and Information Technology etc.) to develop and maintain a consolidated project plan, to incorporate all people, processes and technology aspects into the project. The successful candidate will bring a strong patient-centered approach to the delivery of services and will partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements. Some travel will be required and team meetings will be face to face as well as technologically facilitated.<br><br>The Project Lead's responsibilities will include: <br><br>" leading, identifying, documenting, monitoring and assessing all aspects of the implementation; <br>" liaising with the Director to collect information on project health/status;<br>" proactively supporting direct reports in the collection and analysis of project level risk issues, scope management, risk and issue logs, and project level status reporting; <br>" managing and analysing project-level change requests; <br>" working with existing supply chain leadership and finance resources to maintain the project benefit model including tracking and reporting; <br>" ensuring regular project meetings occur with ongoing communication of project status to applicable stakeholders; <br>" monitoring progress against planned objectives while securing consensus and advocating co-operation from project team members, departmental stakeholders within each RHA, NLCHI and government; and <br>" motivating direct reports to ensure momentum is achieved throughout the program lifecycle, against a background of changing and conflicting priorities.<br><br>Required qualifications:<br>" Bachelor degree in business or other relevant degree.<br>" Minimum of five years of experience within the last seven leading and managing complex projects in an official project management capacity. This should include leading teams of diverse knowledge and skill sets to achieve overall project-level goals.<br>" Experience in supply chain management.<br>" Experience and knowledge in lean improvement processes and methodologies. <br>" Knowledge of Project Management methodologies and a proven ability to execute.<br>" Knowledge of all aspects of the supply chain management including sourcing, procurement, transportation, logistics, vendor management, inventory, and contract management.<br>" Knowledge of change management and its best principles and practices.<br>" Demonstrated strong financial acumen. <br>" Demonstrated ability to build relationships across all stakeholders through strong interpersonal skills and consensus building.<br>" Demonstrated strong problem-solving and analytical skills and the ability to facilitate problem solving sessions and lead team members through a methodical approach to identifying, clarifying, and scoping issues, followed by solution definition and planning. <br>" Demonstrated effective communication skills including written, facilitation and presentation skills to a variety of audiences including employees, executives, unions, and special interest groups. <br>" Demonstrated strong leadership skills including the ability to lead and mentor direct reports and the ability to take ownership of work initiatives. <br>" Ability to drive consensus, resolve conflicts, and facilitate solutions in a multi-disciplinary environment.<br>" A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br>" A satisfactory certificate of conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.<br><br>Preferred qualifications:<br>" Project Management Certification.<br>" Courses or certifications in supply chain, quality, process or lean improvements<br><br>Hours of work: 75 hours biweekly<br>Salary: HL 25 (Classification under review) <br>Competition Number: 2017SSSC02<br>Competition closing date: August 31, 2017<br><br>Interested applicants are asked to apply on this position through eRecruit. Only applications received through eRecruit will be processed.<br><br>Western Health is an equal opportunity employer. <br>We thank all candidates however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.<br> <br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Thu, 10 Aug 2017 11:18:02 GMT [internal] Manager Of Quality Improvement Temporary Full-Time until November 2018 (70 Hours Bi-Weekly)<br>Regional Quality Improvement Manager<br>Western Health - Corner Brook<br><br>Definition of work:<br>The Regional Manager Quality Improvement is a management position within the Long Term Care, Rural Health and Quality branch. This position reports to the Regional Director Quality and Risk Management and is accountable for the development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive regional quality improvement program. This includes the development of processes to support performance measurement, ongoing monitoring, and reporting of quality improvement initiatives. The incumbent will coordinate all activities related to the accreditation process including preparation for the onsite survey visit by Accreditation Canada in 2018. This position will be responsible for leading the implementation of a client and family centred care strategy within Western Health and supporting achievement of the Required Organizational Practices (ROPs). The individual provides leadership and direction and functions as a resource person and facilitator in the area of quality improvement and accreditation. <br><br>Required qualifications: <br>Candidates considered for this position must demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of the health system as well as management competencies in carrying out specific responsibilities. The candidate will have completed an undergraduate degree in a health related field and will have a minimum of five years experience in a clinical setting. Candidates will have leadership and management experience and must confirm their leadership and facilitation skills; research, analytical and communication skills; and ability to work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated expertise in the area of quality improvement, including the accreditation process and organizational performance improvement, client safety and client and family centred care is essential. A broad knowledge of database design and report design is required. Candidates with other combinations of experience, training and personal attributes may be considered.<br><br>The successful candidate must demonstrate the key skills, behaviors, abilities and knowledge as outlined in the five domains of the LEADS in a Caring Environment framework:<br><br>Leading yourself by having self-awareness, managing your performance and health, developing yourself, and demonstrating character that is in line with Western Health's values of respect, equity, transparency, advocacy, collaboration, innovation accountability, and excellence;<br>Engaging others through fostering development of others, contributing to the creation of a healthy organization, communicating effectively, and building effective teams;<br>Achieving results by setting direction, strategically aligning decisions with vision, values, evidence, taking action to implement decisions, and assessing and evaluating outcomes;<br>Developing coalitions through purposefully building partnerships and networks to create results, demonstrating a commitment to customers and service, mobilizing knowledge, and navigating socio-political environments;<br>Transforming systems by thinking analytically and critically and questioning and challenging the status quo, encouraging and supporting innovation, orienting oneself strategically to the future, and championing and orchestrating change.<br><br>**A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br>Hours of Work: 0830-1630 hours; Flexible work hours required<br>Salary: In accordance with the Hay Management Pay Plan<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000570<br>Competition Closing Date: 24 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name: Kimberly Olmstead<br><br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants<br><br>Please Note: A resume and supporting documentation is required. Applicants who do not provide this information will not be considered for this opportunity.<br>This is a Management Position<br>This Position is open to employees at all sites in the Western Region<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Thu, 03 Aug 2017 09:41:25 GMT [internal] Community Health Registered Nurse I Permanent<br>Community Health Registered Nurse I (Community Mental Health Nurse)<br>Mental Health and Addictions Services<br>Stephenville, NL<br><br>Duties:<br>This is a professional community-based mental health nursing position. The successful applicant will participate as a member of a mental health and addictions team and be responsible for delivering a full range of case management services to people living with severe and persistent mental illness including supportive services and liaison, health education, assessment, treatment, and coordination functions. Interventions will utilize individual, family, and group approaches. Critical competencies include a strong knowledge of psychiatric interventions and the DSM-IVR, as well as strong networking, teamwork, advocacy, and clinical skills in the areas of individual, family, and group-focused interventions. This position liaises with the regional mental health unit and participates in data collection, analysis, research and program evaluation.<br><br>Required Qualifications: Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing and/or Registered Nurse with post-basic diploma in Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing or a Psychiatric Mental Health CNA certification program, and a minimum of five years' clinical psychiatric/mental health experience are required. The applicant must be able to demonstrate leadership ability, organization, team collaboration, communication, and interpersonal skills. Knowledge, skills and experience consistent with community mental health case management principles and practices is preferred. A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required.<br><br>*If there are no applicants with the above qualifications, candidates with the following qualifications will be considered: Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing and a minimum of two years' experience as a Registered Nurse in a clinical setting is required. The applicant must be able to demonstrate leadership ability, organization, team collaboration, communication, and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of case management in the mental health field is preferred and experience with community-based service delivery would be an asset. Must be willing to complete the Psychiatric Mental Health CNA certification program. A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required.<br><br>Note: A valid driver's license and the use of a private vehicle are conditions of employment.<br><br>Please Note: This position may be filled as per Employer/Union obligation under "Duty to Accommodate". Any applicant who requires an accommodation must indicate so clearly through separate correspondence outlining the specifics of the accommodation required. Please note that prior to being considered for any accommodation, employees must meet the qualifications of the position for which they are applying.<br><br>Hours of Work: 75 Hours per pay period<br>FLEXIBLE HOURS OF WORK COMMUNITY HEALTH ARTICLE *8.01 (c) <br>0830-1630 Hours; Monday to Friday. Weekends and evenings may be required<br>Salary: $66,982.50 to $83,167.50 per Annum<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000575<br>Competition Closing Date: 28 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>A resume and proof of qualifications are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>This Position is Open to Members of the Western Health RNUNL Bargaining Unit.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca Mon, 07 Aug 2017 10:56:31 GMT Manager Of Patient Services Permanent Full-time<br>Manager of Patient Services, Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital<br>Stephenville, NL<br><br>Western Health currently requires a Manager of Patient Services on a permanent full-time basis at Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital (STRH) in Stephenville. The manager is accountable for Ambulatory Care and Patient Flow; however, management of any or all clinical department areas is expected when required. Also, assigned units are subject to change based on ongoing initiatives or changing priorities. <br><br>This position reports to the Director of Patient Services at STRH and will be responsible for providing leadership and direction to the staff in these areas to promote excellence in patient care. The successful incumbent will demonstrate the ability to coordinate, integrate, and facilitate the provision of care services, manage resources effectively, direct and lead the care team, as well as plan and direct change effectively. The incumbent will need to balance patient care requirements with the available resources to promote the best possible outcomes. To achieve this goal the manager oversees personnel, services, growth, and fiscal responsibilities. The successful candidate must demonstrate the key skills, behaviours, abilities and knowledge as outlined in the five domains of the LEADS in a Caring Environment framework.<br><br>o Leading yourself by having self-awareness, managing your performance and health, developing yourself, and demonstrating character that is in line with Western Health's values of respect, equity, transparency, advocacy, collaboration, innovation accountability, and excellence;<br>o Engaging others through fostering development of others, contributing to the creation of a healthy organization, communicating effectively, and building effective teams;<br>o Achieving results by setting direction, strategically aligning decisions with vision, values, evidence, taking action to implement decisions, and assessing and evaluating outcomes;<br>o Developing coalitions through purposefully building partnerships and networks to create results, demonstrating a commitment to customers and service, mobilizing knowledge, and navigating socio-political environments;<br>o Transforming systems by thinking analytically and critically and questioning and challenging the status quo, encouraging and supporting innovation, orienting oneself strategically to the future, and championing and orchestrating change.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED: A member of a health related discipline with current registration through a provincial regulatory body is required. Holds a baccalaureate degree in health, business, or management. A minimum of five years' experience as a registered health care provider is required. <br><br>The successful candidate will demonstrate a collaborative leadership style, strong interpersonal skills, team building, program planning, critical thinking, effective problem solving, decision making and communication skills and an ability to lead teams and work effectively within an interdisciplinary team environment. The ability to work independently and a satisfactory record of work performance and attendance are required. <br><br>*If there is no suitable candidate with the required qualifications, other levels of experience and training may be considered for this position.<br><br>Hours of Work: 70 Hours per Pay Period<br> 0830-1630 Hours, Monday to Friday<br>Salary: As Per Management Pay Plan (HL 22: $69,303.00 to $90,094.00 per Annum) <br>Competition Number: WH-2017000596<br>Competition Closing Date: 22 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name: Brittany Hickey<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>Please provide resume, proof of qualifications, and the names of two employment references. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca.<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health; however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004912 Tue, 15 Aug 2017 10:28:05 GMT Human Resources Consultant Temporary Until 1 September 2018, With Possibility of Extension<br>Human Resources Consultant, Western Health<br>Corner Brook, NL<br><br>Definition of Work: This position will report to the Regional Manager of Human Resources. The incumbent will be responsible for providing support to various programs and departments of Western Health in all areas of Human Resources such as recruitment, labour/employee relations, and pensions and benefits. Included in these responsibilities is the coordination of labour management/professional practice meetings, collective agreement administration and interpretation, grievance administration, discipline, mediation and arbitration, negotiations, workplace investigations, change management, policy and program development, staffing, recruitment and selection, salary and benefits administration, position classification and control, and other special projects as required. The incumbent will be required to work cooperatively with employees, managers, union representatives, and other members of the Human Resources team. <br><br>Required Qualifications: The successful applicant will have a university degree in Business Administration/Commerce, or other related degree, preferably with major course work in Human Resources. Training in recruitment and retention techniques and strategies, mediation or alternate dispute resolution processes, and harassment investigations is considered an asset. A working knowledge of computer software including word processing, spreadsheeting and database applications is required, and knowledge of Human Resources Information Systems in a business setting is an asset. Applicants must be able to demonstrate the ability to work and communicate effectively with people in all departments of this organization and with external organizations.<br> <br>The successful candidate must demonstrate the key skills, behaviours, abilities and knowledge as outlined in the five domains of the LEADS in a Caring Environment Framework.<br>o Leading yourself by having self-awareness, managing your performance and health, developing yourself, and demonstrating character that is in line with Western Health's values of respect, equity, transparency, advocacy, collaboration, innovation accountability, and excellence;<br>o Engaging others through fostering development of others, contributing to the creation of a healthy organization, communicating effectively, and building effective teams;<br>o Achieving results by setting direction, strategically aligning decisions with vision, values, evidence, taking action to implement decisions, and assessing and evaluating outcomes;<br>o Developing coalitions through purposefully building partnerships and networks to create results, demonstrating a commitment to customers and service, mobilizing knowledge, and navigating socio-political environments;<br>o Transforming systems by thinking analytically and critically and questioning and challenging the status quo, encouraging and supporting innovation, orienting oneself strategically to the future, and championing and orchestrating change.<br><br>A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.<br><br>PLEASE NOTE: The candidate may be required to travel throughout the region on a regular basis. The use of a private vehicle is a condition of employment.<br><br>Hours of Work: 70 Hours per pay period; 0830-1630 hours, Monday to Friday<br>Salary Scale: $57,168 to $74,318 per Annum<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000602<br>Competition Closing Date: 28 August 2017<br>Recruiter Name: Kimberly Olmstead<br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>Please provide resume, proof of qualifications, and the names of two employment references. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting will not be considered. <br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca.<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health; however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004918 Thu, 17 Aug 2017 09:27:25 GMT Expression Of Interest-Towards Recovery For additional information on these positions, please email Ms. Colleen Simms, Director of Mental Health and Addictions, at colleensimms@gov.nl.ca and put "Expression of Interest" in the subject heading.<br>COMPLETED APPLICATIONS (RESUME AND COVER LETTER) SHOULD BE EMAILED TO THE ATTENTION OF:<br>Ms. Connie Fry (cfry@gov.nl.ca)<br><br>Expressions of Interest/Developmental Opportunities<br>Department of Health and Community Services<br>St. John's, NL<br><br>In June 2017, The Provincial Government released Towards Recovery: The Mental Health and Addictions Action Plan for Newfoundland and Labrador. This five-year plan provides a timeline for responding to 54 recommendations from the All-Party Committee on mental health and addictions, which will guide the transformation of the current mental health and addictions system into one which is responsive, person centered and recovery focused. The following values of the plan will guide the implementation of all recommendations: person centered, accessible, recovery-focused, collaborative, effective and efficient, responsive and inclusive.<br><br>Eight (8) project teams, organized around groups of recommendations, will each be responsible for overseeing the implementation of recommendations assigned to them and will report on their progress. These teams are Service Redesign, Wait Times, Health in Schools, Health in Correctional Settings, Indigenous Health, Provincial Services, Inclusion and Promotion/Prevention. Leadership for these teams come from Eastern Health, HCS, JPS, CSSD and EECD. Recommendations range from ensuring all young families have access to programs on resiliency and parenting to reducing wait times for services, replacing Her Majesty's Penitentiary and replacing Waterford with beds and community services throughout the province so that people can access treatment closer to home. Recommendations also include integrating technology in services to increase access (e health, telehealth, etc) and providing a range of community based services throughout the province using a stepped care approach. <br><br>The Action Plan also provides policy direction for the next five years, including a policy governance structure which will oversee the development of a provincial program of mental health and addictions services delivered by four (4) RHAs as well as a framework for performance monitoring and evaluation. <br><br>To learn more about the teams, timelines and specific recommendations, please see the Towards Recovery action plan:<br>http://www.health.gov.nl.ca/health/mentalhealth/pdf/mentalhealth_addictions_plan.pdf.<br><br>The Department of Health and Community Services is seeking expressions of interest for the following seven (7) contractual one-year positions, which are vital to the success of the Towards Recovery Action Plan. <br><br>---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br><br>Project Manager-Towards Recovery: The Mental Health and Addictions Action Plan for NL<br><br>This senior-level management position will have overall responsibility for the successful planning, design, execution, and monitoring of the Towards Recovery Action Plan. The project manager will be a member of the Implementation Team and will work closely with the Team's chairperson in fulfilling all project goals. The project manager will provide a detailed work plan which sequences activities of the eight (8) project teams; will provide a schedule for deliverables; keep track of all project teams and provide advice to the implementation team and executive committee on the management and progress of projects. In particular, this position will work closely with the Manager of Infrastructure Support and Director of Mental Health and Addictions; as well as the Department of Transportation and Works in the development of a plan to redesign services at Waterford Hospital into community-based services and beds across the province.<br><br>In making sure the aims of the action plan are met, the project manager will carry out a risk assessment and advise when timelines/deliverables for the project teams are at risk of not being achieved. The project manager will review the schedule with the implementation team and/or executive committee and revise the schedule as required. The project manager will determine resources to fulfill components of the project (time, money, contractors). The project manager will complete Cabinet and/or Treasury Board submissions as required and will recruit qualified external consultants and/or specialists as per government policy. <br><br>The project manager will keep appropriate records to document project activities; set up files to ensure that all project information is appropriately documented; and establish a communication schedule to update stakeholders on the progress of the project. The project manager will ensure quality standards are met in all aspects of the action plan and in the governance structure of project teams, councils and committees.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: This senior professional position requires recent and relevant work experience in managing complex projects. Candidates must possess excellent project management skills, interpersonal skills, numeracy skills, communication skills (oral and written), writing skills, organizational and analytical skills, and demonstrate sound professional judgment. Candidates must also demonstrate the ability to foster teamwork and lead others to achieve results. Candidates must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships, work with a high degree of independence and professionalism and be able to work with diverse groups, including persons with lived experience of mental illness or addictions, RHA staff and physicians, community groups and project teams. These qualifications would normally be acquired through completion of a recognized university degree supplemented by relevant work experience in managing large scale multi-year projects. Experience working within a health field is preferred. Equivalencies may be considered. <br><br>Salary: To be determined<br><br>---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br><br>Child/Youth/Emerging Adult Consultant<br>two positions)<br><br>Child/Youth Mental Health and Addictions Specialist: <br>This position is responsible for leading the planning, implementation and evaluation of provincial mental health and addiction programs and policies aimed at improving the mental health and wellbeing of children and youth; and transforming current mental health and addiction services into a child and youth centric, accessible and efficient system that is responsive to the mental health and substance use/addiction needs of children, youth and their families/guardians. Specifically, this position will be integral to leading transformative change aimed at ensuring a continuum of services, inclusive to all children/youth and their families/guardians as outlined in the Towards Recovery Action Plan. This will include forging partnerships with children/youth and families with lived experience of mental illness and addiction community groups; and also leading horizontal work across several government departments to examine feasibility of models for integrated service delivery. The child/youth specialist will work closely with the youth/emerging adult specialist and will inform changes for children and youth services within all project teams of the governance structure for the Towards Recovery Action Plan. This position will also ensure close alignment with the goals of government's responsive actions to Now is the Time: The Premier's Taskforce on Improving Educational Outcomes.<br><br>Youth/Emerging Adult Mental Health and Addictions Specialist: <br>This position is responsible for leading the planning, implementation and evaluation of provincial mental health and addiction programs and policies aimed at improving the mental health and wellbeing of youth and emerging adults; and transforming current mental health and addiction services into a youth and emerging adult-focused, seamless continuum from youth to adult services that is integrated with other services for youth and emerging adults. This position will be responsible for raising the profile of emerging adults in particular and ensuring their specific needs are addressed through the development of new services that are integrated within other services, including primary health care, housing, education, and employment. The specialist will be responsible for ensuring this work involves emerging adults and is informed by them. The process for this will include forging partnerships with youth/emerging adults and their families; community groups; and, also leading horizontal work across several government departments to examine models for integrated service delivery. This specialist will work closely with the child/youth specialist and will inform changes for youth and emerging adult services within all project teams of the governance structure for the Towards Recovery Action Plan. <br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must have a youth/emerging adult systems background and understanding of the overall health care delivery system, provincially, nationally and internationally. Equally important will be a passion for transformative system change for services for youth and emerging adults and their families. Candidates will need to demonstrate significant content expertise in youth and emerging adult mental health and addictions service delivery. Candidates will require a strong analytical and critical thinking style and possess and use considerable technical knowledge and content expertise. Candidates must demonstrate effective communications skills (oral and written). A sound knowledge is also required of other related systems, including primary health care, education, justice, child protection, supportive housing and supportive income and others to fully address the need for integrated services. These qualifications would normally be acquired through completion of a recognized university degree in the health or social sciences supplemented with a Masters Degree and relevant work experience. Equivalencies may be considered.<br><br>SALARY: $72,841-94,667 (HL-23)<br><br>---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br><br>Evaluation Specialist<br>(two positions)<br><br>Evaluation Specialist for Evaluation and Performance Monitoring of Towards Recovery: The Mental Health and Addictions Action Plan for Newfoundland and Labrador:<br><br>The Towards Recovery Action Plan includes recommendations for public progress reporting at 6, 12 and 24 months, as well as recommendations in program and policy development and implementation that require evaluation. Eight (8) project teams have responsibility for overseeing the implementation of recommendations and each team will need to develop indicators. A sustained focus is needed within a dedicated position for indicator development and measuring progress. The evaluation specialist position, responsible for the monitoring and performance evaluation of the Towards Recovery Action Plan, will be placed within the policy branch, HCS and will work closely with the committees and teams of the governance structure overseeing the Action Plan, including the Advisory and Recovery Councils, the Executive Committee, the Implementation Team and eight (8) project teams. The evaluation specialist's work is essential to the ongoing sustainability of performance monitoring and evaluation. The evaluation specialist will develop ways to measure progress and will be focused on supporting the project teams in the development of approaches to measure initial progress and develop indicators for ongoing process and outcome measurement. This position functions in a leadership role and will be expected to work with a high degree of independence. The evaluation specialist will strategize with project team leads and will identify data collection methods. The evaluation specialist will provide strategic advice to the Implementation Team on the establishment of priorities for measurement and will establish a work plan and schedule for indicator development for the Action Plan. <br> <br>Evaluation Specialist for Mental Health and Addictions Policies and Programs: <br><br>This position will be responsible to evaluate and provide recommendations for improvement or change to existing programs and services. The position will provide support to the service redesign and provincial services project teams and will help ensure the Waterford Hospital redesign project utilizes existing funds and services appropriately as improvements are made. The specialist will lead a working group in the development of a provincial policy to establish program evaluation requirements for all provincial mental health and addictions programs, including a framework to guide provincial program evaluation, a listing of priority programs for evaluation and a regular program evaluation schedule. <br><br>This position functions in a leadership role and will be expected to work with a high degree of independence. The evaluation specialist will strategize with the service redesign and provincial services teams, RHAs, community groups and individuals and families in policy development and in seeking priorities for evaluation. Quantitative and qualitative methods and mixed methodologies will be used. Cost benefit analyses will be needed. The evaluation specialist will complete some evaluations and will submit others for consideration for work to be completed in another fashion. The evaluation specialist will provide strategic advice to the implementation team on the establishment of priorities for program evaluation and will establish a work plan and schedule.<br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: These two, professional positions require recent and relevant work in evaluation research. The positions require comprehensive knowledge and experience in planning and reporting along with knowledge of evaluation techniques and methodologies. Candidates must possess excellent interpersonal skills, communication skills (oral and written), organizational and analytical skills, and demonstrate sound professional judgment. Candidates must also demonstrate effective writing, analytical and project management skills. Candidates must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships, work independently, and have the ability to ensure that duties are performed in a timely and confidential manner. They must also be able to work with a high degree of independence and professionalism and be able to work with diverse groups, including persons with lived experience of mental illness and addiction, RHA staff and physicians, community groups and project teams. These qualifications would normally be acquired through completion of a recognized university degree in the social sciences or a related field, and preferably a Masters Degree in Applied Social Psychology, supplemented by related work experience. Significant experience working within a health field is preferred. Equivalencies may be considered. <br><br>SALARY: $69,303-90,094 (HL-22)<br><br>---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------<br><br>Knowledge Exchange Specialist <br>(two positions)<br><br>These two positions will provide analytical support to the teams and committees within the Towards Recovery Action Plan governance structure. Focused on supporting the development of new approaches to the delivery of mental health and addictions services, these positions will function in leadership roles and will be expected to work with a high degree of independence. They will respond to information needs of the project teams with literature reviews, including gray literature, and jurisdictional scans. Project team needs will vary, from exploring the use of technology to deliver services; providing mental health services within primary health care, including peer support; or implementing a stepped care approach; to reviewing integrated service delivery models, providing education to staff and ensuring a recovery-focused and person-centered approach in all programs and services. Project teams will be responsible for the implementation of 54 recommendations and may require the knowledge exchange specialists' support with facilitating meetings or focus groups, providing PowerPoint presentations or reports, drafting program proposals, developing Requests for Proposals for external project work or assisting with Cabinet or Treasury Board submissions for new programs or services. These positions will provide strategic advice to the implementation team and executive committee and will work in collaboration with government departments, RHAs, multiple partners, individuals and families and interested others. <br><br>QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must demonstrate recent and relevant work experience in the health care field in policy analysis, gathering and sharing evidence, report writing, conducting focus groups, presenting to groups using audio visual aids, and chairing and/or facilitating meetings and groups. Candidates must possess excellent interpersonal skills, communication skills (oral and written), research, organizational and analytical skills, and demonstrate sound professional judgment. Candidates must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships, work independently, and have the ability to ensure that duties are performed in a timely and confidential manner. Significant knowledge of current evidence in mental health and addictions treatments and delivery systems is desirable. Qualifications for this position would normally be acquired through the completion of a Bachelors Degree in a health-related discipline, supplemented by preparation at the Master's level and with related experience and professional development. Experience working within a mental health and addictions context is preferred. Equivalencies may be considered.<br><br>SALARY: $69,303-90,094 (HL-22)<br><br><br>CLOSING DATE: 12:00 Noon, Thursday, August 24, 2017. Successful candidates will begin work in September, 2017.<br><br>Completed applications (resume and cover letter) should be emailed to the attention of:<br>Ms. Connie Fry (cfry@gov.nl.ca)<br><br>For additional information on these positions, please email Ms. Colleen Simms, Director of Mental Health and Addictions, at colleensimms@gov.nl.ca and put "Expression of Interest" in the subject heading.<br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004921 Thu, 17 Aug 2017 14:27:11 GMT Clinical Pharmacist IE <br><br>Clinical Pharmacist I<br>Temporary Call-In<br>Western Health, Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital - Stephenville, NL<br><br>Western Health Currently requires a Clinical Pharmacist I on a Temporary Call-In Basis for Sir Thomas Roddick Hospital, Stephenville, NL Region.<br><br>Qualifications: Registration as a Pharmacist in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador is required. Experience preferred. <br><br>A valid driver's license and use of a private vehicle is a condition of employment.<br><br>Hours of Work: 0800-1600 Hours; Monday to Friday<br>Salary Scale: $36.32 to $42.83 per Hour.<br>Competition Number: WH-2017000481<br>Competition Closing Date: 13 July 2017<br>Recruiter Name: Dean Barker <br><br>This position is open to male and female applicants.<br><br>A resume, supporting documentation, and the names of two references are required. Applicants who do not provide the necessary documentation as outlined on this job posting<br> will not be considered.<br><br>To apply, go to https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca. If you are having issues when using eRecruit, please email erecruit@westernhealth.nl.ca.<br><br>Thank you for your interest with Western Health; however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.<br><br> https://employment.westernhealth.nl.ca/VacancyDetail.aspx?VacancyUID=000000004928 Thu, 22 Jun 2017 16:34:11 GMT