Sunbeam Community & Developmental Services is a non-profit, multi-site, multi-faceted organization that is committed to serving children, youth, adults, and seniors living with complex developmental, intellectual, behavioural, and/or physical disabilities.

Community Living Services (CLS) is one of three operating divisions of Sunbeam. CLS operates 21 residential care homes (group homes) and overnight respite sites, as well as a day programming, passport funded activities and a variety of therapeutic support services, resources and amenities for residential and community clients.

· Conduct comprehensive assessments for clients and assist with the creation and on-going updating of individualized Person-Centered Support Plans (PCSPs)
· Assess, plan, implement, document, evaluate, and revise plan of health care for individual clients
· Conduct formal and informal healthcare teaching to regulated and non-regulated healthcare providers
· Work collaboratively with the multi-disciplinary team to identify, predict, and prevent concerns
· Assist and support staff and families to respond to the changing needs of clients with developmental disabilities who are aging and experiencing declining health
· Provide direct healthcare teaching to clients with developmental disabilities about understanding their illnesses, nutrition, sexuality, medications, etc.
· Assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures
· Review medication errors, providing direction, support, and re-training as necessary
· Manage, schedule, and administer client
· Participates in continuing education, to maintain and expand current knowledge and skills
· Participate in orientation and on-going support and training of new and existing regulated and unregulated staff
· Perform other related duties as required

· Highly motivated individual who possess a positive attitude and excellent leadership/mentor skills
· Current certificate of registration as a Registered Nurse in Ontario
· Current CPR/First Aid certificate
· B.Sc.N. or Nursing Diploma with relevant related experience
· Nursing experience using a consultative model in a community setting
· Broad base of clinical experience including:
– Extensive knowledge of range of developmental disabilities and associated risk factors and disorders
– Experience with the needs/issues of children and adults with developmentally disabilities with concurrent complex, psychiatric and physical challenges, across the full health-illness spectrum
· Health care teaching/training experience:
– Training needs assessment, research, course development and delivery, learner evaluation
· Demonstrated strong interpersonal skills, effective verbal/written, communication and consulting skills
· Strong computer skills and familiarity with electronic documentation
· Excellent attendance record, dependable, dedicated, compassionate and flexible
· Ability to work independently and as an integral part of a multi-disciplinary team
· Valid driver’s license (G2 minimum) and reliable transportation

What We Offer:
· Hiring Incentive program up to $5000 awarded to newly hired RN (applicable to terms and conditions)
· EAP available immediately to staff and their family
· Opportunities for Full Time Employment

Week 1:
Friday 12am-8am
Week 2
Monday 12am-8am
Saturday 12am-8am
Sunday 12am-8am

Please forward resume and letter of application to:
Human Resources
Fax: 519-893-9034

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