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Permanent position, unionized or unionizable nonunionized

CLSC NURSE (BROADENED ROLE) or NURSE CLINICIAN

CLSC, Hudson Bay
2019 October 04

The Inuulitsivik Health Centre, with more than 900 employees, is part of the Québec health and social services network in the Nunavik region. It provides front-line health and social services, notably for prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, rehabilitation and support, for the population of approximately 7 000 persons of the Hudson subregion. Moreover, it provides services related to youth protection as well as the management, on behalf of the Nunavik region, of the Northern Québec Module (MNQ), located in Montréal. The MNQ’s mission is to receive Inuit travelling South to receive health services from participating Montréal hospitals. The Inuit population is distributed among the seven communities along the Hudson Bay coast, from Kuujjuaraapik to Salluit.

We are seeking candidates for positions on the recall list as well as for short- and long-term replacements of six months and more.

Qualifications

2491 CLSC NURSE
The CLSC nurse works in an outpost or point of service of a locality listed under the provisions relative to regional disparities and, besides her functions as nurse, evaluates users in order to enable a physician to perform a diagnosis remotely and thus to determine the appropriate actions to take. Further, the nurse shall carry out activities usually reserved for physicians in other care settings.

1911 NURSE CLINICIAN
The nurse clinician assumes responsibility for a range of nursing care in accordance with the biological-psychosocial needs of users or groups of individuals assigned to her. She evaluates state of health, determines the plan for nursing care and treatment and ensures it is carried out for users with complex health problems or problems with varied biological-psychosocial dimensions. She provides nursing and medical care and treatment in order to maintain or recover health and prevent disease.

The nurse clinician designs, applies and evaluates care programs requiring advanced skills relative to complex health problems or problems with varied biological-psychosocial dimensions. She contributes to the development or adaptation of clinical tools and tools for evaluating quality of care, coordinates the team’s work, and assumes an advisory role with her colleagues and the multidisciplinary team.

For the users, she identifies the needs and interventions requiring coordination of services in the institution and between various local institutions or organizations. As applicable, she ensures coordination of those services.

She assumes responsibility for the orientation process for new employees and participates in training for interns. She supervises teaching for users, their loved ones and groups of persons under specific programs, and collaborates in research.

Experience required

1911 NURSE CLINICIAN
Bachelor’s degree in nursing sciences or bachelor’s degree with three admissible certificates, at least two of which are recognized as being for nursing
Membership with the OIIQ

2491 CLSC NURSE
College-level diploma (DEC) in nursing
Membership with the OIIQ
Written and oral communications skills in English and French
Experience or training in a broadened role shall be considered an asset
Capacity for adaptation, flexibility and ability to work in a remote setting
Openness toward and interest in Inuit culture

Conditions and benefits

  • 2491 Dispensary nurse: between 25,25$ and 45,22$/hr                          
  • 1911 Clinician nurse: between 25,25 $/hr and 45,22$/hre
  • 35,25hrs/week+ on call
  • Cargo premium between 36,64$ et 146,29$/week according to the village
  • Isolation premium between 191.93$ et 399.10$/week according to the village and family status
  • Retention premium between 287.47$ et 325,80$/week according to the village and family status
  • CLSC premium (enlarged role): 186,00$/week
  • Lodging provided
  • Moving and storage expenses
  • Up to 16 weeks off per year
  • Solutions Nursing's training offer after fews months at the care unit, for thoses who do not have outpost experience or enlarged role training.
**Interveners currently working in the health and social services network may apply for northern leave without pay (for up to 48 months) to work in Nunavik.**

                                                           

Additional details

TO APPLY
Please send your cover letter and resume to christiane.alary.csi@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

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