Good Samaritan Seniors Complex, Alliston
Good Samaritan Seniors Complex is a fixture in Alliston and Simcoe County and enjoys a strong reputation for providing quality care and services to seniors, for which we take great pride. Our home consists of a 64 bed "A" Long-Term Care Home and a 24 suite Retirement Lodge.
Good Samaritan is family owned and operated. Our mission is to deliver excellence in resident care and accommodation that supports the health and well-being of our residents. We collaborate with residents, their families, our employees, government and the community to ensure the holistic needs of all our residents are consistently met. We provide a modern, safe, clean and well-maintained home-like environment for our residents and offer comprehensive programs and services to ensure their highest quality of life. We provide an excellent and empowering workplace for our employees and consistently seek out opportunities to enhance the quality of care and services we provide.
Good Samaritan Seniors Complex is focused on resident care and values the critical role that our staff plays within our Long-Term Care Home and Retirement Lodge. The relationships that form with residents are what make the job very rewarding. We have a dedicated group of individuals who work with compassion and kindness to really make a difference in the lives of our residents.
As the Administrator/Director of Nursing, you will lead a dynamic team dedicated to providing excellence in resident care. With overall responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the home, you will work closely with the ownership group and your management team to maintain a positive resident-centric culture, promote an understanding of best practices, play a key leadership and collaborative role in quality improvement and ensure ongoing compliance with governing legislation and regulations while working within budgetary requirements.
Your key responsibilities will include:
- ensuring the development of an empowered and motivated staff through effective recruiting, coaching, training management, conflict resolution, participation in labour-management relations and effective team management practices.
- ensuring appropriate training requirements are met.
- staff scheduling.
- organizing tours for prospective residents and their families, and management of the admissions process.
- management of reporting systems, policies and process, reflective of daily operations, quality improvement and risk management indicators (including CIHI, QIP's, CQI, Audits, Department Head Reports).
- in concert with the management team, the development of strategic plans and goal setting plans, recommending future enhancements and changes in policies and process to achieve quality improvement goals.
- manage financial resources within budgets.
- Registered Nurse with the Ontario College of Nurses, preferably with a degree designation.
- Related administrative/management experience and an in-depth knowledge of relevant geriatric care and government regulations.
- Enrolment in or completion of the Long Term Care Administrator/Management Course.
- Core competencies include team leadership, communication, organization and planning.
- Experience with the accreditation, quality improvement and risk management processes is valued.
- A competitive salary and benefits package is offered.