ORDER DATE..................................: October 12, 2017
JOB TITLE........................................: NURSE PRACTITIONER
JOB POSTING #...............................: 2017-48
NATIONAL OCCUPATION CODE.: 3124
NUMBER OF POSITIONS..............: 1
POSITION TYPE.............................: TERM, FULL-TIME, 40 HOURS/WEEK
A unique community health centre and clinic that exists to work together with people, families and communities to enhance lifelong health and well-being is seeking a Nurse Practitioner for a term ending March 31st, 2018.
Consistent with the Vision, Mission and Values of the Clinic and reporting to the Nursing Team Leader; the Nurse Practitioner (NP) provides comprehensive health care within their scope of nursing practice for clients of the North Point Douglas Community and newcomer groups. As a member of a client-centered interdisciplinary team, the NP provides care to individuals across the life span, promoting whole health, preventing illness and assisting individuals, families and groups to achieve an optimal state of health. The NP works in collaboration with other NPs, MDs, clerks, nurses and other health professionals to offer health services. The Clinic will accept NP students in collaboration with the NP.
- Must be a graduate of a Nurse Practitioner Program at the Masters Level
- Must be a member in good standing with CRNM
- Must be licensed to practice in Manitoba
- CPR Certification at Basic Rescuer Level
- Experience working with Accuro EMR
- Meets requirements and competencies set out by the CRNM for the Extended Practice Registry
- 3 years of extensive experience in an advanced nursing role specifically in community based primary care settings, combining in-depth nursing theory, clinical practice, consultation, education and research with the delivery of health care services
- Knowledge and understanding of issues impacting the health of inner city residents
- Understanding of how culture and diversity influence the client service plan
- Ability to practice in culturally safe ways, including applying a critical lens/approach to systems that contribute to the continued marginalization of minority groups (health, mental health)
- Ability to work within a collaborative approach, de-colonial, trauma informed, client centered and support the Clinic’s values in meaningful ways.
- Ability to work in a pro-choice community health facility in an inner city community and provide care using harm reduction principles
- Ability to work within the impacts of the social determinants of health in an effective and non-judgmental way
- Knowledge and understanding of Indigenous cultures, languages, customs, values, and traditions
- Knowledge of the legacy of residential schools, colonization, assimilation, and the impacts of such history on the health of individuals
- Ability to mentor, support and work alongside students and volunteers
- Applicants must have demonstrated acceptable attendance and job performance relevant to this position
- Applicants must be able to adhere to the requirements of the Respectful Workplace Policy
All positions are subject to Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry check. Applicants may be required to undergo testing to determine their knowledge, skill and ability as they relate to the position.
Please contact (CAHRD) Centre for Aboriginal Human Resource Development at 204-989-7110 for more details.
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