Registered Staff (RPN/RN) for LTC Support

  • Plan A Nipissing
  • North Bay, Ontario, Canada
  • Apr 10, 2019
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Job Description

Who and What is Plan A?
Are you looking for a forward thinking, fast growing company who is dedicated to
supporting our seniors and healthcare professionals? Apply to Plan A Today!

Plan A is a long-term care (LTC) staffing agency that provides a local solution for LTC
homes experiencing staffing shortages across Ontario. Plan A is currently looking for
Registered Practical Nurses (RPNs) to join our qualified, dedicated, and compassionate
team.

Job Benefits
- Flexible work hours to accommodate your busy schedule (minimum 3 shifts / month)
- Competitive pay
- Self-scheduling (easily through the StaffStat app)
- Receive notifications for available shifts as they arise
- Orientation provided to all of our homes and access to Plan A on-call personnel

RPN Job summary
- A casual position is a great addition to any part-time or full-time schedule!
- The specific responsibilities and duties vary from home to home, as well as from shift
to shift. These expectations will be communicated during the site-specific orientation
- RPNs are expected to administer medication, provide wound care, and assess
residents ensuring to stay within their scope of practice
- You will be responsible for caring within LTC homes on a shift by shift basis

RPN Qualifications and skills
- Diploma from a Canadian Registered Practical Nursing program (required)
- Current registration with the CNO with no restrictions (required)
- Excellent attendance and punctuality
- Hardworking, compassionate, positive, solution-oriented, professional, and flexible
- LTC experience considered an asset
- * One year or more of paid, Canadian work experience as an RPN

RN Job summary
- A casual position with Plan A is a great addition to any part-time or full-time schedule!
- The specific responsibilities and duties vary slightly from home to home, as well as from shift to
shift. These expectations will be communicated during the site-specific orientation
- RNs are expected to manage the healthcare team, provide wound care and assessments to
residents, following their scope of practice as outlined by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO).
- As an RN, you would be responsible for attending the LTC homes on a shift by shift basis

RN Qualifications and skills
- Hold a degree in Registered Nursing from an accredited Canadian University (required)
- Current registration with the CNO with no restrictions (required)
- Excellent attendance and punctuality
- Hardworking, compassionate, positive, solution-oriented, professional, and flexible
- LTC experience considered an asset
- *1 year or more of paid, Canadian RN work experience

*If you do not have 1 year of paid, Canadian work experience as an RN, you may apply to work
with us as a PSW!

City

North Bay, Ontario