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Community Rehabilitation Worker – CRW (20, 25, 30, and 40 hours)
As a Community Rehabilitation Worker, you will work in a team setting to support your co-workers and the individuals at one of our programs through URSA’s wholistic approach in providing personal growth and excellence. You will ensure that each individual is being assisted with personal care such as but not limited to bathing, toileting, catheter care, changing, grooming, feeding, and dressing. As well, you will be responsible for administering minor health care responsibilities and promoting the health and safety of staff and individuals. Through each individual’s care plan, you will manage and assist with Activities of Daily Living such as tube feeding, wound dressing, and medication after the completion of training by a Regulated Health Care Professional.
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Housekeeper – HK (20 Hours)
In this position, you will be responsible for ensuring the cleanliness of the facility and surrounding environments at the program(s) assigned. You will also be providing meal preparations for individuals to support a healthy lifestyle while following nutritional guidelines. Some everyday tasks include completing household laundry, making minor clothing repairs, managing inventory of household supplies, and assisting with individual care when needed.
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Registered Nurse – RN (30 Hours)
Being a Registered Nurse within the program(s) will require building strong connections with each individual and their families while providing solutions and care based on their needs. Using current and relevant industry best practices and health concerns, you will ensure that all health needs and additional supports are addressed alongside each individual’s care plan. Some procedures that will need to be performed regularly are catheterization, suctioning, tracheostomy care, ventilator support, respiratory assessment, oxygen therapy, and parenteral nutrition within the RN scope of practice.
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Licensed Practical Nurse – LPN (30 Hours & Relief)
In the position as a Licensed Practical Nurse, you will assume the role of the key worker for individuals at the program(s) that requires proper personal care procedures. While promoting the health and safety of individuals and staff, you will support each individual’s needs through nursing procedures as directed such as wound dressing, G-Tube feeding, catheterization, ostomy care, and other practices within the LPN scope of practice
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Awake Overnight – AON (30 and 40 Hours)
The Awake Overnight position requires each individual to be assisted with personal care such as but not limited to bathing, toileting, catheter care, changing, grooming, feeding, and dressing. As well, you will be responsible for administering minor health care responsibilities and promoting the health and safety of staff and individuals that follows each individual’s nighttime care plan. You will also manage and assist with Activities of Daily Living such as tube feeding, wound dressing, and medication after the completion of training by a Regulated Health Care Professional.
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Program Coordinator – PC (40 Hours)
As a Program Coordinator you will be responsible for the administration and day-to-day operations of your program and/or site. Using prior experience in Rehabilitation Studies or a related Diploma/Degree, this position requires supervision and direction in all aspects of the rehabilitation team while ensuring compliance with Agency standards and maintaining the development of individuals within a 24-hour Wholistic Model.
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Team Lead (40 Hours)
The Team Lead is responsible for reporting to the RN or Program Coordinator for the assessment of individual needs and the general care of the individuals within a 24-hour Wholistic Model. Additionally, the Team Lead supports the coordinator in leading the team, provide guidance and coaching, and directing work as necessary.
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People Services Specialist
In this role, the People Services Specialist is responsible for the development, coordination and management of all Human Resources functions within URSA, providing proactive assistance and direction to all staff in the area of Human Resource and workforce development.
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Payroll and Accounting Administrator
The Payroll and Accounting Administrator is responsible for full cycle payroll and benefits for the agency. In addition, this position supports the Finance Department through assisting with accounts payable and receivable as needed.
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