The nurse advisor is called upon to advise the establishment on the quality and safety of the care provided at the Inuulitsivik Health Center while advancing nursing practice. She works in collaboration with the nursing teams and other health professionals while providing support in the exercise of good professional practice in nursing. She is responsible for orientation, training and updating programs for nursing staff.
She may be entrusted with the design, distribution, evaluation and review of programs to improve the quality of care and professional activities relating to the nursing practices of the establishment.
TASKS AND RESPONSABILITIES
Under the supervision of the Senior Nursing Advisor, the nurse performs some or all of the following duties:
1. Develop and implement, in interdisciplinarity, new care approaches, care and teaching programs as well as clinical tools based on evidence-based results.
2. Act as a coach or mentor to nurses.
3. Provide recommendations for improving the quality of care within the Nursing Department.
4. Develop, update and distribute the work tools needed by nursing teams to ensure a high level of quality in the care provided to the clientele.
5. Use strategies conducive to the development of competence and clinical reasoning of nursing personnel.
6. Collaborate with the senior consultant, physicians and pharmacists in the development and updating of the Therapeutic Guide used by nurses in an expanded role.
1. Maintain register of required statistics.
2. Participate in Health Center committees, according to their field of expertise and mandate.
3. Any other tasks requested by the Senior Advisor to the DSI or the Director of Nursing.
The community health nurse counselor must hold a bachelor's degree in nursing science or a bachelor's degree with three eligible certificates, including at least two recognized certificates in nursing and a permit to practice from the Ordre desnipes et nurses du Québec OIIQ.Experience required
- Minimum of one year northern experience
- Experience in community health
- Knowledge of QIP
- Essential bilingualism
- Ability to work within a multicultural work team
- Respect for Inuit culture and traditions
- Ease of interpersonal relations and communication
- Mobilizing leadership
- Salary between 27.46$/h and 50.39$/h
- Shift : DAY (37.5 h/week)
- Permanent full time under the Hybrid formula (The position requires travel to the North *Puvirnituq and can be combined with telecommuting)
- Hourly rate according to agreement;
- Day shift, 7.25 hours;
- Group insurance;
- Maximum of 16 weeks of leave per year;
- 3 to 4 annual outings depending on status;
- Freight premium $115.64/week;
- Retention of premium $287.47/week;
- Remoteness premium $203.66/week without dependents, $358.99/week with dependents;
- Furnished housing provided;
- Air transportation paid by the center;
- Start date: as soon as possible.
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