The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County requires a TEMPORARY PART TIME Receptionist.

 

Job posting details are provided below:

 

Job Title:             Receptionist

Reports to:         Director of Finance and HR

Job Type:            Temporary PART TIME minimum of 35 hours bi-weekly

 

Duties and Requirements:

 

Provide prompt and efficient response to incoming telephone calls.  Welcome people to the agency upon their arrival and direct them as required. Receive and process incoming and outgoing mail, order supplies, ensure faxes are distributed in a timely manner.  Ensure that visitors sign in. Lock entrance doors at 5PM. Other duties as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

  1. Secondary school diploma/Business school.
  2. At least one year experience preferred.
  3. Excellent knowledge and skill of telephone protocol.
  4. Excellent computer skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Power point, Outlook)
  5. Good organizational and prioritizing skills.
  6. Bilingual French/English preferred.
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If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter by April 18th  to mhenderson@thehospice.ca, quoting the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line. Only those offered an interview will be contacted.

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The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County requires a CASUAL Registered Practical Nurse.

 

Job posting details are provided below:

 

Job Title:             Registered Practical Nurse (RPN)

Reports to:         Coordinator of the Hospice Residential Home

Job Type:             Casual – coverage of varying lengths which may include 8 hour regular shifts in Windsor and 12 hour regular shifts in Leamington, as requested.

Department:     Patient and Clinical Family Services

 

Duties and Requirements:

The RPN will  provide direct clinical care and support for patients residing with the home.  This includes the provision of support as necessary to family members and visitors, in collaboration with members of the interdisciplinary team.

 

Qualifications:

  1. Actively registered and in good standing as a nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario.
  2. Degree in Nursing preferred.
  3. evidence of a Vulnerable Police Clearance completed within the past year;
  4. at least two (2) years’ experience in oncology and/or community palliative care.
  5. Completed the fundamentals of palliative care course or the Hospice of Windsor patient care volunteer training course.
  6. completed, OR, are willing to take, the “Comprehensive Advanced Palliative Care Education” (CAPCE) course & the “Learning Essential Approaches to Palliative and End of Life Care” (LEAP) course preferably within one year, but may be extended to within two years following the start of employment;
  7. Ability to speak fluently in the French language is an asset.
  8. Computer literate.
  9. Excellent oral, listening, and written communications skills.
  10. Ability to work in a team environment.
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If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter by April 18th  to mhenderson@thehospice.ca, quoting the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line. Only those offered an interview will be contacted.

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The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County requires a PART TIME Clinical Administrative Assistant.

 

Job posting details are provided below:

 

Job Title:             Clinical Administrative Assistant

Reports to:         Coordinator of Intake and Clinical Administration and the Director of Patient and Family Services

Job Type:             PART TIME minimum of 35 hours bi-weekly

 

 

Duties and Requirements:

 

Provide comprehensive administrative, clerical and general office support including but not limited to providing backup support for the clinical administrative team and other administrative positions as may be required.

 

Qualifications:

  1. Office administration – Health Services 2 year Diploma preferred.
  2. or at least five years’ experience working in a clinical administrative position
  3. Minimum of two (years) experience working in a clinical administrative position preferred.
  4. Excellent computer skills, high proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Power point, Outlook)
  5. Skills in the use of graphics for presentations would be considered an asset.
  6. Good organizational and prioritizing skills.
  7. Bilingual French/English would be considered an asset.

 

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your resume and cover letter by April 18th  to mhenderson@thehospice.ca, quoting the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line. Only those offered an interview will be contacted.

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 WECCC Information/Research Resource Lead (Contract)

 

Status:                  1 - Full Time Position – 5 days per week, 7 hours per day

                               

Location:             Windsor, Ontario

 

Term:                1 year with possible extension

 

Reporting to:     Hospice Coordinator of Intake and Clinical Administration

 

Job Summary

 

The Windsor-Essex Compassion Care Community (WECCC) has a mission to measurably improve quality of life of residents in Windsor and Essex County with a focus on individuals with high level care needs, seniors, isolated, and/or vulnerable.  The Information/ Research Resource personnel work in the WECCC Project Management Office to support all client-level data entry, statistical and comparative data collection, information management processes, survey administration, and qualitative data collection required by WECCC. The term of this project is 1 year with the possibility of extension.  The team lead is responsible for ensuring all other PMO personnel submit their data within prescribed timelines, and submit reports to the WECCC project lead and Hospice Director.  This position is also responsible for ensuring work is distributed to other Information Research Resource (IRR) personnel, volunteers, and students as necessary. 

 

Supporting all aspects of WECCC operations, the successful applicant will: manage critical program databases and produce reports; enter survey data into the appropriate program and research databases; collect qualitative information directly from clients or by phone, regarding program satisfaction; input quality or process improvements; and, ensure all required documentation is digitally available and uploaded to the appropriate program and client accounts.

 

See www.weccc.ca for more information about this movement and who’s involved.

 

 

Qualifications

 

  1. Previous experience working in a community or healthcare organization is beneficial; however, applicants from various backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
  2. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications (excel, word, PowerPoint, Outlook) and ability to adapt to the implementation of a variety of web-based applications including Oscar.
  3. Ability to work in a fast paced and changing environment.
  4. Excellent interpersonal and collaboration abilities.
  5. Excellent customer service.
  6. Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  7. Good organizational and prioritizing skills.
  8. Good listening skills.

 

 

Please send resume by April 22, 2019 to:

Mary Anne Henderson, Director – Finance and HR
mhenderson@thehospice.ca

The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County Inc.
6038 Empress St
Windsor Ontario, N8T 1B5

We thank all applicants in advance but only those selected for an interview be contacted.

The Hospice provides for an accessible environment in accordance with legislation.If selected for an interview, please indicate whether you require accessibility accommodations

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Palliative Liaison Coordinator                             

 

Status:                  1 - Full Time Position – 5 days per week, 7 hours per day

                                

Location:              Windsor, Ontario

 

Term:                    Permanent

 

Reporting to:      Palliative Medicine Program Manager

 

Job Summary

 

The Palliative Liaison Coordinator supports the partnership between Windsor Regional Hospital and the Hospice of Windsor and Essex County by helping to transition patients with advanced life threatening illness from area hospitals including Erie Shores Health Care.  The goal is to support patients in a seamless transition from the inpatient hospital setting to a community based Palliative Medicine Program and/or other community end of life care services.

 

Qualifications

 

  1. Current certification of competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse is required.
  2. Palliative Fundamentals education is preferred.
  3. Comprehensive Advanced Palliative Care Education Certification (CAPSE) preferred, or plan to complete within one (1) year from employment start date.
  4. 2 years of recent Palliative Care experience preferred.
  5. Provincial Certification in Palliative care is an asset
  6. Bilingual French/English an asset.
  7. Ability to utilize computer programs including Microsoft Word and Outlook as a minimum.
  8.  Excellent oral and written communications skills.

 

Please send resume by April 23, 2019 to:

Mary Anne Henderson, Director – Finance and HR
mhenderson@thehospice.ca

The Hospice of Windsor and Essex County Inc.
6038 Empress St
Windsor Ontario, N8T 1B5

We thank all applicants in advance but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

The Hospice provides for an accessible environment in accordance with legislation. If selected for an interview, please indicate whether you require accessibility accommodations.