South West Ontario
Deadline January 8, 2016
Registered Nurses • Occupational Therapists • Social Workers • Physiotherapists
Full Time • Part Time • Casual
The South West CCAC is looking for knowledgeable and experienced allied health professionals to join the team!
Use your skills and training to contribute to the success of client-driven care throughout South Western Ontario. As a Care Coordinator, you will assess client needs to determine eligibility for services and evaluate/revise plans of service for clients.
Successful candidates should have:
- Current Registered Nurse membership with the College of Nurses of Ontario OR Registered Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist or Social Worker membership with experience in community health care and/or a strong acute clinical background
- Sound knowledge of the long term care system and community resources
- Knowledge and experience to assess requirements and develop care plans
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Basic computer and keyboarding skills
- A valid G level driver’s license and your own transportation
We are currently accepting resumes for full-time, part-time and casual positions at locations across the South West in office, hospital, and community roles.
Flexible work schedules! No overnight shifts!
The South West CCAC is committed to accommodating people with disabilities, if you require accommodations please advise us during the recruitment process.
How to Apply: Please forward your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 8, 2016.
For More Information: Please contact Erum Khan at 416-237-1500 x248 or visit http://www.hrassociates.ca/swccac.
Community Care Access Centres (CCACs) are publicly funded health care agencies dedicated to getting people the home care and community care they need to stay well, heal at home and stay safely in their homes longer. The South West Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) serves 60,000 people each year, across a vast region from Tobermory in the north to Long Point and Port Glasgow in the south. We do it by working in partnership with clients, families, providers, community organizations, and others.