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Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:13 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Community Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Community Care Coordinator?   Working from a home office and traveling a defined region to conduct home visits, you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Community Care Coordinators are case management experts who use their knowledge of chronic disease management and progression, as well as the Social Determinants of Health, to plan care that ensures supports are in place to: maintain the patient's level of functioning; support self-management; and delay further decline.   Community Care Coordinators, in particular:  - Take a holistic approach to support patients and families through uncertainty and their health care journey, using knowledge of the impact of disease and associated treatments to discuss care options, coping strategies, and community supports. - Undertake capacity evaluations for admission to long-term care homes. - Evaluate care plans and interventions to determine effectiveness and patient satisfaction at prescribed intervals, when patient condition warrants or by using one’s own experience, assessment and judgment. - Use excellent problem solving and de-escalation skills to mediate issues and care concerns brought forward by patients, caregivers, or service providers. - Research, access, and maintain strong relationships with community support services to link patients with the care and services they require. - Integrate virtual technologies into day-to-day practice to perform visits, when appropriate.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario. - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Demonstrated ability to use chronic disease management principles to empower patients to self-manage their conditions. - Knowledge of: - The compounding effect of multiple chronic diseases/comorbidities and how it impacts patients’ health care needs and their ability to engage in Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. - The health care delivery system and community resources, particularly the availability and accessibility of community resources and referral processes. - How social determinants and health inequities impact patients’ ability to access resources, with the ability to implement strategies to overcome challenges. - Strong assessment, decision-making, and case management skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; able to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous case management experience in a health care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.  
Job ID
2022-5355
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:19 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Community Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Community Care Coordinator?   Working from a home office and traveling a defined region to conduct home visits, you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Community Care Coordinators are case management experts who use their knowledge of chronic disease management and progression, as well as the Social Determinants of Health, to plan care that ensures supports are in place to: maintain the patient's level of functioning; support self-management; and delay further decline.   Community Care Coordinators, in particular:  - Take a holistic approach to support patients and families through uncertainty and their health care journey, using knowledge of the impact of disease and associated treatments to discuss care options, coping strategies, and community supports. - Undertake capacity evaluations for admission to long-term care homes. - Evaluate care plans and interventions to determine effectiveness and patient satisfaction at prescribed intervals, when patient condition warrants or by using one’s own experience, assessment and judgment. - Use excellent problem solving and de-escalation skills to mediate issues and care concerns brought forward by patients, caregivers, or service providers. - Research, access, and maintain strong relationships with community support services to link patients with the care and services they require. - Integrate virtual technologies into day-to-day practice to perform visits, when appropriate.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario. - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Demonstrated ability to use chronic disease management principles to empower patients to self-manage their conditions. - Knowledge of: - The compounding effect of multiple chronic diseases/comorbidities and how it impacts patients’ health care needs and their ability to engage in Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. - The health care delivery system and community resources, particularly the availability and accessibility of community resources and referral processes. - How social determinants and health inequities impact patients’ ability to access resources, with the ability to implement strategies to overcome challenges. - Strong assessment, decision-making, and case management skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; able to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous case management experience in a health care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.  
Job ID
2022-5356
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:21 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Community Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Community Care Coordinator?   Working from a home office and traveling a defined region to conduct home visits, you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Community Care Coordinators are case management experts who use their knowledge of chronic disease management and progression, as well as the Social Determinants of Health, to plan care that ensures supports are in place to: maintain the patient's level of functioning; support self-management; and delay further decline.   Community Care Coordinators, in particular:  - Take a holistic approach to support patients and families through uncertainty and their health care journey, using knowledge of the impact of disease and associated treatments to discuss care options, coping strategies, and community supports. - Undertake capacity evaluations for admission to long-term care homes. - Evaluate care plans and interventions to determine effectiveness and patient satisfaction at prescribed intervals, when patient condition warrants or by using one’s own experience, assessment and judgment. - Use excellent problem solving and de-escalation skills to mediate issues and care concerns brought forward by patients, caregivers, or service providers. - Research, access, and maintain strong relationships with community support services to link patients with the care and services they require. - Integrate virtual technologies into day-to-day practice to perform visits, when appropriate.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario. - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Demonstrated ability to use chronic disease management principles to empower patients to self-manage their conditions. - Knowledge of: - The compounding effect of multiple chronic diseases/comorbidities and how it impacts patients’ health care needs and their ability to engage in Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. - The health care delivery system and community resources, particularly the availability and accessibility of community resources and referral processes. - How social determinants and health inequities impact patients’ ability to access resources, with the ability to implement strategies to overcome challenges. - Strong assessment, decision-making, and case management skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; able to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous case management experience in a health care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.  
Job ID
2022-5357
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:22 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Community Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Community Care Coordinator?   Working from a home office and traveling a defined region to conduct home visits, you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Community Care Coordinators are case management experts who use their knowledge of chronic disease management and progression, as well as the Social Determinants of Health, to plan care that ensures supports are in place to: maintain the patient's level of functioning; support self-management; and delay further decline.   Community Care Coordinators, in particular:  - Take a holistic approach to support patients and families through uncertainty and their health care journey, using knowledge of the impact of disease and associated treatments to discuss care options, coping strategies, and community supports. - Undertake capacity evaluations for admission to long-term care homes. - Evaluate care plans and interventions to determine effectiveness and patient satisfaction at prescribed intervals, when patient condition warrants or by using one’s own experience, assessment and judgment. - Use excellent problem solving and de-escalation skills to mediate issues and care concerns brought forward by patients, caregivers, or service providers. - Research, access, and maintain strong relationships with community support services to link patients with the care and services they require. - Integrate virtual technologies into day-to-day practice to perform visits, when appropriate.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario. - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Demonstrated ability to use chronic disease management principles to empower patients to self-manage their conditions. - Knowledge of: - The compounding effect of multiple chronic diseases/comorbidities and how it impacts patients’ health care needs and their ability to engage in Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. - The health care delivery system and community resources, particularly the availability and accessibility of community resources and referral processes. - How social determinants and health inequities impact patients’ ability to access resources, with the ability to implement strategies to overcome challenges. - Strong assessment, decision-making, and case management skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; able to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous case management experience in a health care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.  
Job ID
2022-5358
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:25 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Community Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Community Care Coordinator?   Working from a home office and traveling a defined region to conduct home visits, you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Community Care Coordinators are case management experts who use their knowledge of chronic disease management and progression, as well as the Social Determinants of Health, to plan care that ensures supports are in place to: maintain the patient's level of functioning; support self-management; and delay further decline.   Community Care Coordinators, in particular:  - Take a holistic approach to support patients and families through uncertainty and their health care journey, using knowledge of the impact of disease and associated treatments to discuss care options, coping strategies, and community supports. - Undertake capacity evaluations for admission to long-term care homes. - Evaluate care plans and interventions to determine effectiveness and patient satisfaction at prescribed intervals, when patient condition warrants or by using one’s own experience, assessment and judgment. - Use excellent problem solving and de-escalation skills to mediate issues and care concerns brought forward by patients, caregivers, or service providers. - Research, access, and maintain strong relationships with community support services to link patients with the care and services they require. - Integrate virtual technologies into day-to-day practice to perform visits, when appropriate.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario. - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Demonstrated ability to use chronic disease management principles to empower patients to self-manage their conditions. - Knowledge of: - The compounding effect of multiple chronic diseases/comorbidities and how it impacts patients’ health care needs and their ability to engage in Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. - The health care delivery system and community resources, particularly the availability and accessibility of community resources and referral processes. - How social determinants and health inequities impact patients’ ability to access resources, with the ability to implement strategies to overcome challenges. - Strong assessment, decision-making, and case management skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; able to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous case management experience in a health care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.  
Job ID
2022-5359
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:27 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Community Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Community Care Coordinator?   Working from a home office and traveling a defined region to conduct home visits, you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Community Care Coordinators are case management experts who use their knowledge of chronic disease management and progression, as well as the Social Determinants of Health, to plan care that ensures supports are in place to: maintain the patient's level of functioning; support self-management; and delay further decline.   Community Care Coordinators, in particular:  - Take a holistic approach to support patients and families through uncertainty and their health care journey, using knowledge of the impact of disease and associated treatments to discuss care options, coping strategies, and community supports. - Undertake capacity evaluations for admission to long-term care homes. - Evaluate care plans and interventions to determine effectiveness and patient satisfaction at prescribed intervals, when patient condition warrants or by using one’s own experience, assessment and judgment. - Use excellent problem solving and de-escalation skills to mediate issues and care concerns brought forward by patients, caregivers, or service providers. - Research, access, and maintain strong relationships with community support services to link patients with the care and services they require. - Integrate virtual technologies into day-to-day practice to perform visits, when appropriate.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario. - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Demonstrated ability to use chronic disease management principles to empower patients to self-manage their conditions. - Knowledge of: - The compounding effect of multiple chronic diseases/comorbidities and how it impacts patients’ health care needs and their ability to engage in Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living. - The health care delivery system and community resources, particularly the availability and accessibility of community resources and referral processes. - How social determinants and health inequities impact patients’ ability to access resources, with the ability to implement strategies to overcome challenges. - Strong assessment, decision-making, and case management skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; able to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous case management experience in a health care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.  
Job ID
2022-5360
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:43 PM)
At Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central, we want all of our employees to feel valued, appreciated and free to be who they are at work. That is why we are intentionally committed to equity, inclusion, diversity and anti-racism by providing an accessible and inclusive work place for all persons. If you have a passion for health care and for working as part of a supportive and collaborative team of professionals in Toronto and across the province, Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central is your new home. POSITION SUMMARY: Reporting to the Manager, Business Intelligence, the Business Intelligence Specialist will work with leadership from across Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central to understand their information needs, then access detailed patient information and process data to develop reports, dashboards, and analysis to meet those needs. This position will bridge the technical world with the needs of the business by acting as an internal consultant who can answer challenging business questions using their data expertise and technical know-how. The Analytics and Information Management team works both remotely and from our central office location in downtown Toronto under a hybrid model of work. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: - Understand home care delivery in Toronto Central, and how that is captured in home care data - Engage with leadership across the organization and from our health care partner organizations to understand their information needs, and translate those needs into data requirements - Use technical tools to access patient and organizational data from multiple data holdings to develop reports and analyses that meet these requirements - Provide and present information and analysis to leadership, and work with leadership to support their understanding and interpretation of the analysis - Develop on-demand reports and dashboards that provide accurate well curated data to support management in ensuring high quality highly efficient home care delivery POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Education: - University degree (Bachelors degree or greater) required - Degree, specialty or certification in Business or Health Administration, Health Informatics, Statistics, Health System Research, Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering or related field or relevant experience preferred Experience and Skills: - Proven capacity to communicate with leadership, and understand and translate their needs into specific actionable deliverables - Experience supporting analysis and reporting in a healthcare setting desirable - Experience analyzing and manipulating large data sets required - Experience synthesizing information, and presenting complex results in concise and easy to interpret graphs, charts, and tables required - Experience working with data in SQL databases, and writing SQL queries preferred - Experience using SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) preferred - Knowledge of SQL Server Integration Service (SSIS) and SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) an asset - Excellent Microsoft Excel skills - Knowledge of data quality principles including data integrity, data mapping and work flow analysis an asset - Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills a must - Experience with MS Power BI an asset - Experience with general Microsoft Office products, including PowerPoint, desirable - Understanding of relational databases, Microsoft SQL Server, in particular an asset - Good written and oral communication skills   We offer competitive salary and employee benefits, including pension contributions with HOOPP.   Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central is committed to accommodating people with disabilities as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process
Job ID
2022-5363
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services Toronto Central
Job Location
Toronto,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:45 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Hospital Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Hospital Care Coordinator?   Working in a local hospital (or multiple hospital sites in a defined region), you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Hospital Care Coordinators develop safe, sustainable discharge plans for patients by managing complex comorbidities and social situations across diverse settings to avoid hospital readmission, promote quality of life, and minimize risks during transitions in care.   More specifically, Hospital Care Coordinators:  - Use their clinical knowledge of hospital interventions and disease trajectories to identify patients at risk for complex discharge, perform assessments, and anticipate patient needs to mitigate risks. - Take the initiative to lead the health care team with respect to discharge planning, organize discharge planning meetings, and advocate for patient wishes/best practice. - Establish a helping, therapeutic relationship with patients and their families. - Build and maintain strong relationships with system partners (i.e., hospital staff/leadership/physicians). - Balance patient needs and choices with available resources, ensuring patients’ values and preferences are respected.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Knowledge of medical interventions initiated in hospital and disease trajectories, and the ability to create care plans according to best practice and patient preference/needs. - Knowledge of the health care delivery system and community resources. - Strong assessment and decision-making skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - Good initiative and the ability to be self-directed. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous discharge planning experience in an acute care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31, July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Job ID
2022-5362
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:53 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Hospital Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Hospital Care Coordinator?   Working in a local hospital (or multiple hospital sites in a defined region), you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Hospital Care Coordinators develop safe, sustainable discharge plans for patients by managing complex comorbidities and social situations across diverse settings to avoid hospital readmission, promote quality of life, and minimize risks during transitions in care.   More specifically, Hospital Care Coordinators:  - Use their clinical knowledge of hospital interventions and disease trajectories to identify patients at risk for complex discharge, perform assessments, and anticipate patient needs to mitigate risks. - Take the initiative to lead the health care team with respect to discharge planning, organize discharge planning meetings, and advocate for patient wishes/best practice. - Establish a helping, therapeutic relationship with patients and their families. - Build and maintain strong relationships with system partners (i.e., hospital staff/leadership/physicians). - Balance patient needs and choices with available resources, ensuring patients’ values and preferences are respected.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Knowledge of medical interventions initiated in hospital and disease trajectories, and the ability to create care plans according to best practice and patient preference/needs. - Knowledge of the health care delivery system and community resources. - Strong assessment and decision-making skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - Good initiative and the ability to be self-directed. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous discharge planning experience in an acute care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Job ID
2022-5364
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 19 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:56 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Hospital Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Hospital Care Coordinator?   Working in a local hospital (or multiple hospital sites in a defined region), you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Hospital Care Coordinators develop safe, sustainable discharge plans for patients by managing complex comorbidities and social situations across diverse settings to avoid hospital readmission, promote quality of life, and minimize risks during transitions in care.   More specifically, Hospital Care Coordinators:  - Use their clinical knowledge of hospital interventions and disease trajectories to identify patients at risk for complex discharge, perform assessments, and anticipate patient needs to mitigate risks. - Take the initiative to lead the health care team with respect to discharge planning, organize discharge planning meetings, and advocate for patient wishes/best practice. - Establish a helping, therapeutic relationship with patients and their families. - Build and maintain strong relationships with system partners (i.e., hospital staff/leadership/physicians). - Balance patient needs and choices with available resources, ensuring patients’ values and preferences are respected.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Knowledge of medical interventions initiated in hospital and disease trajectories, and the ability to create care plans according to best practice and patient preference/needs. - Knowledge of the health care delivery system and community resources. - Strong assessment and decision-making skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - Good initiative and the ability to be self-directed. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous discharge planning experience in an acute care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Job ID
2022-5365
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 18 hours ago(6/30/2022 3:57 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Hospital Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Hospital Care Coordinator?   Working in a local hospital (or multiple hospital sites in a defined region), you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Hospital Care Coordinators develop safe, sustainable discharge plans for patients by managing complex comorbidities and social situations across diverse settings to avoid hospital readmission, promote quality of life, and minimize risks during transitions in care.   More specifically, Hospital Care Coordinators:  - Use their clinical knowledge of hospital interventions and disease trajectories to identify patients at risk for complex discharge, perform assessments, and anticipate patient needs to mitigate risks. - Take the initiative to lead the health care team with respect to discharge planning, organize discharge planning meetings, and advocate for patient wishes/best practice. - Establish a helping, therapeutic relationship with patients and their families. - Build and maintain strong relationships with system partners (i.e., hospital staff/leadership/physicians). - Balance patient needs and choices with available resources, ensuring patients’ values and preferences are respected.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Knowledge of medical interventions initiated in hospital and disease trajectories, and the ability to create care plans according to best practice and patient preference/needs. - Knowledge of the health care delivery system and community resources. - Strong assessment and decision-making skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - Good initiative and the ability to be self-directed. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous discharge planning experience in an acute care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Job ID
2022-5366
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 18 hours ago(6/30/2022 4:07 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Hospital Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Hospital Care Coordinator?   Working in a local hospital (or multiple hospital sites in a defined region), you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Hospital Care Coordinators develop safe, sustainable discharge plans for patients by managing complex comorbidities and social situations across diverse settings to avoid hospital readmission, promote quality of life, and minimize risks during transitions in care.   More specifically, Hospital Care Coordinators:  - Use their clinical knowledge of hospital interventions and disease trajectories to identify patients at risk for complex discharge, perform assessments, and anticipate patient needs to mitigate risks. - Take the initiative to lead the health care team with respect to discharge planning, organize discharge planning meetings, and advocate for patient wishes/best practice. - Establish a helping, therapeutic relationship with patients and their families. - Build and maintain strong relationships with system partners (i.e., hospital staff/leadership/physicians). - Balance patient needs and choices with available resources, ensuring patients’ values and preferences are respected.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Knowledge of medical interventions initiated in hospital and disease trajectories, and the ability to create care plans according to best practice and patient preference/needs. - Knowledge of the health care delivery system and community resources. - Strong assessment and decision-making skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - Good initiative and the ability to be self-directed. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous discharge planning experience in an acute care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Job ID
2022-5367
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 18 hours ago(6/30/2022 4:10 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Hospital Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Hospital Care Coordinator?   Working in a local hospital (or multiple hospital sites in a defined region), you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Hospital Care Coordinators develop safe, sustainable discharge plans for patients by managing complex comorbidities and social situations across diverse settings to avoid hospital readmission, promote quality of life, and minimize risks during transitions in care.   More specifically, Hospital Care Coordinators:  - Use their clinical knowledge of hospital interventions and disease trajectories to identify patients at risk for complex discharge, perform assessments, and anticipate patient needs to mitigate risks. - Take the initiative to lead the health care team with respect to discharge planning, organize discharge planning meetings, and advocate for patient wishes/best practice. - Establish a helping, therapeutic relationship with patients and their families. - Build and maintain strong relationships with system partners (i.e., hospital staff/leadership/physicians). - Balance patient needs and choices with available resources, ensuring patients’ values and preferences are respected.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Knowledge of medical interventions initiated in hospital and disease trajectories, and the ability to create care plans according to best practice and patient preference/needs. - Knowledge of the health care delivery system and community resources. - Strong assessment and decision-making skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - Good initiative and the ability to be self-directed. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous discharge planning experience in an acute care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).   We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Job ID
2022-5368
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 18 hours ago(6/30/2022 4:16 PM)
Home and Community Care Support Services South West is seeking Hospital Care Coordinators!     What is a Care Coordinator?   Care Coordinators are clinicians who utilize knowledge, skills, and judgement from diverse bodies of research to provide patients with safe, compassionate, and evidence-informed care. They are expert assessors of the multiple components of individual patient health, and knowledgeable health system navigators. Care Coordinators are advocates and leaders, and they balance needs and expectations with available resources to ensure fiscal responsibility.   More broadly, the Care Coordinator facilitates the journey through Ontario’s health care system by assessing referred patients, determining their health care needs and eligibility, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need, where and when they need them.   If you are an experienced Registered Nurse; Physiotherapist; Occupational Therapist; Speech Language Pathologist; Dietitian; or Registered Social Worker looking for a different kind of practice environment, you’re looking in the right place!   What will you do as a Hospital Care Coordinator?   Working in a local hospital (or multiple hospital sites in a defined region), you will have the opportunity to impact lives in your community, enjoy a balanced lifestyle, and be part of a great team that makes care happen.   Hospital Care Coordinators develop safe, sustainable discharge plans for patients by managing complex comorbidities and social situations across diverse settings to avoid hospital readmission, promote quality of life, and minimize risks during transitions in care.   More specifically, Hospital Care Coordinators:  - Use their clinical knowledge of hospital interventions and disease trajectories to identify patients at risk for complex discharge, perform assessments, and anticipate patient needs to mitigate risks. - Take the initiative to lead the health care team with respect to discharge planning, organize discharge planning meetings, and advocate for patient wishes/best practice. - Establish a helping, therapeutic relationship with patients and their families. - Build and maintain strong relationships with system partners (i.e., hospital staff/leadership/physicians). - Balance patient needs and choices with available resources, ensuring patients’ values and preferences are respected.   What must you have?  - Membership, in good standing, with the applicable regulatory body in Ontario - 2+ years of recent experience in community health or a related field. - Knowledge of medical interventions initiated in hospital and disease trajectories, and the ability to create care plans according to best practice and patient preference/needs. - Knowledge of the health care delivery system and community resources. - Strong assessment and decision-making skills. - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to resolve conflicts and disagreements effectively. - Good time management skills, with the ability to work independently and co-operatively in a busy and fast-paced multidisciplinary environment. - Good initiative and the ability to be self-directed. - A valid driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle. - Ability to use a computer in a Windows-based environment.   What would give you an advantage?  - Experience working with diverse patient groups (i.e., multicultural, unhoused, palliative, acquired brain injury (ABI), mental health, geriatrics, pediatrics). - Previous discharge planning experience in an acute care setting. - Ability to speak French or another second language.   Who we are:   Home and Community Care Support Services South West is one of 14 Home and Community Care Support Services organizations in Ontario with a focused mandate to deliver local health care services such as home and community care and long-term care home placement. These organizations were previously known as Local Health Integration Networks at a time when they also led local health care planning and funding, and those functions are now part of Ontario Health. Learn more at www.healthcareathome.ca/southwest.   Our organization is a recipient of the 2019 Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month Great Employers Award, making it a recognized organization in supporting employee health and safety.    How do I apply?   Please visit www.HealthCareAtHomeJobs.ca to submit your resume and cover letter. Application deadline is 31 July 2022 at 23:59 hours.   Please ensure your cover letter clearly identifies the following: - Types of employment you would consider (i.e., part time, full time, or casual [you are scheduled for work based on your provided availability]).    We are committed to a culture that values diversity and inclusion. We welcome and encourage applications from people with disabilities, and are committed to providing accommodation as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   Home and Community Care Support Services values the health and safety of its employees and is committed to the prevention of COVID-19 exposure and transmission of infection to employees, patients, caregivers, volunteers, visitors and residents. As a requirement of Home and Community Care Support Services’Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Policy, all employees must be considered fully vaccinated for COVID-19.
Job ID
2022-5369
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services South West
Job Location
London,Ontario,Canada
Posted Date 17 hours ago(6/30/2022 5:42 PM)
Ontario’s health care system is evolving and, as part of Ontario Health, the Central West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) operating under the business name Home and Community Care Support Services Central West, in close partnership with Ontario Health Teams (OHTs), is on the forefront of helping to build a modern, technologically supported health care system that will enable integrated teams of health care professionals to deliver the best possible care for improved patient outcomes. By building high-performing integrated care delivery systems that provide seamless, fully coordinated care for patients, OHTs will help to achieve better outcomes for patients across the province. As an essential component of an integrated and sustainable health care system, this includes a strong and robust Home and Community Care sector.     More than ever, your skills and experience are needed now and into the future, which is why we want you to join us in being part of the journey. We invite you to learn more about OHTs in our area by clicking here. The future of health care in Ontario is now. Join Ontario Health’s Home and Community Care Support Services Central West team and together, we will build a healthier community for all.   We are currently seeking applications for Team Assistant opportunities - Temporary Full-time and Part-time (0.5 FTE).   For the part-time position, interested applicants must be available for 8-hour shifts and/or 12-hour shifts on weekdays and weekends during our operating hours (currently 8am-8pm, 7 days per week). Note: Orientation for this role is generally 3 weeks at full-time hours.   Reporting to the Manager – Home and Community Care, the Team Assistantwill provide support for the assigned team in their daily activities to facilitate efficient and effective service delivery to our clients.    RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: - Process new referrals, orders for services, supplies and equipment - Process and assist with management of confidential records for clients on admission and until discharge - Enter, update and maintain high volume of client data into electronic database - Provide administrative support services for case managers - Answer high volume of telephone inquiries from clients, families and service providers; refer callers to Case Managers and/or other appropriate individuals - Maintain client information database - Provide back-up support to other positions as assigned - Provide switchboard relief as required - Perform other duties as assigned.  LOCATION: Brampton, Ontario   ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: - Minimum Secondary School Graduate - Minimum two years office experience - Advanced keyboarding skills - Proficiency with database software, Microsoft Word and Excel - Excellent organizational skills and ability to work with minimal supervision - Advanced multitasking skills with ability to meet production and service standards - Very good interpersonal skills including the ability to function as a part of a team and interact with different cultures with tact and diplomacy - Very good communications skills, both oral and written ASSETS: - Familiarity with medical terminology, office administrative procedures/concepts and knowledge of LHIN services would be an asset - French language is an asset LOCATION Home and Community Care Support Services Central West has offices in Brampton, Etobicoke and Orangeville.   WHO WE ARE Home and Community Care Support Services (formerly LHINs) play a key role in Ontario’s health care system. Working in partnership with patients, families, providers and community organizations, Home and Community Care Support Services ensure people have access to the health care they need — at home and in the community. A mosaic of geographic and cultural diversity, and home to 922,000+ residents, Home and Community Care Support Services Central West provides supportive health care services for the regions of Brampton, Caledon, Dufferin, Malton, North Etobicoke and West Woodbridge. Our focus is on creating a better experience for patients and those who care for them.   HOW TO APPLY If you are career-minded and an ambitious person seeking a chance to be part of a team that’s truly making a difference in the lives of others, please apply on-line. We are committed to accommodating people with disabilities as part of our hiring process. If you have special requirements, please advise Human Resources during the recruitment process.   We are governed by the requirements of the French Language Services Act and, therefore, encourage applications from bilingual candidates. Posting available in French upon request.   Home and Community Care Support Services has implemented a mandatory vaccination policy across the province that requires all staff to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Applicants being considered for employment will be required to provide proof of vaccination documentation confidentially to Human Resources upon hire. Any medical or human rights exemption requests will be reviewed and validated prior to an offer of employment.
Job ID
2022-5370
Company
Home and Community Care Support Services Central West
Job Location
Brampton,Ontario,Canada