Plans, directs, supervises and evaluates maintenance programs ( HVAC, plumbing, water, gas, electrical, mechanical, communications, carpentry, painting, drywall, refinishing, grounds care and equipment maintenance)
Ensures safe operation of swimming pool. Maintains logs/records of pool chemistry and adjustments to it. Orders needed supplies for the pool in consultation with the Services Manager
Schedules maintenance repairs, performs preventive maintenance and coordinates all replacement and new installation activities. These activities are done in a timely manner with minimum disruption to Community Members.
Conducts maintenance of the exterior property of the Community including general cleaning of the area; clearing garbage; snow removal etc.
Effectively coordinates and completes the readiness of all vacated suites so as to provide quick availability to new prospects.
Performs an annual safety review of all suites and common areas and keeps records of the same
Observes, notes and maintains the common areas in good repair and pleasing to the eye at all times. Any needed repair will be done in a timely manner
Inspects all equipment and systems on a regular basis to ensure proper functioning and safety, including security and emergency systems such as back-up generator and cameras.
Performs or arranges emergency maintenance duties as required.
Maintains maintenance records, receipts, and ledgers are kept and ensures proper follow-up of all maintenance contracts as directed
Aids in receiving, ordering and storing supplies for the Community.
Participates in all Health and Safety, fire Safety and Quality Improvement programs including conducting fire safety training for Team Members and monthly fire drill procedures
Programs computerized entry system, fobs for Community Member suites and other entry points as directed
Ensures issue resolution relating to Environmental Services are followed through with in cooperation with Community Members, families, other V!VA Team Members.
Ensure the delivery of services required by Community Members. This includes referring Community Members and families to the Wellness Manager should they require additional services not within their present service package.
Ensures good communication of building or Community Member issues to the Services Manager via means as necessary (email, written, verbal)
Conduct monthly, quarterly and annual audits as requested
Ensures and follows effective Infection Control protocols are in place when needed i.e. outbreak • Request all needed education to do with Wellness for Community Members and Team Members to maximize knowledge that will ensure safety and healthy living
Other projects and responsibilities as assigned
Business Planning & Monitoring
Attends and contributes to all Services department meetings and applicable Community meetings
Assists the Services Manager with developing departmental goals by providing input regarding the Environmental services department, operations, talent and training plan and Health & Safety/Risk plan
Implements, monitors, and achieves all approved departmental goals as set out
Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in building maintenance management. Some experience in a retirement setting is desired
Post secondary training in key areas of building maintenance is preferred
Sound knowledge of plumbing, HVAC, electrical and minor painting and drywall repairs
Knowledgeable of the Provincial Health and Safety regulations
Proficient in building maintenance systems
Knowledge in MS office (outlook, word, excel)
Ability to communicate clearly with peers and subordinates. Ability to work as a Team Member, understanding the priorities of others
Ability to manage their time effectively with little supervision
Up to date police check-vulnerable sector * verified annually
Valid CPR/First Aid
Able to bend, stretch, sit and stand for long periods as well as climb ladders and work in congested space. Able to lift a maximum of 50 lbs
The POT WASHER will work in, and support the functions of the Food & Nutrition Services department by ensuring all cooking pots & pans are regularly cleaned and sanitized.
Your duties will mainly consist of frequent transporting of pots & pans, to/from the kitchen and Resident serving and eating areas. You will manually wash pots & pans in the dish-room after each Resident meal service.
The successful candidate will possess an excellent knowledge of cleaning & sanitization practices, and can meet the regular physical requirements of the job . A successful applicant will work in an efficient and safe manner, in keeping with Shepherd Village policies and the Occupational Health & Safety Act.
Flexibility in shifts/hours of work a must
Our ideal candidate possesses the following QUALIFICATIONS;
Completed or enrolled in an approved Food Service Worker certificate program required
Grade 12 diploma required
Ability to meet the physical requirements of the job including;* *
Lifting, carrying and transporting (pushing & pulling) heavy loads up-to 25lbs (12kg)**
The Position. We’re looking for a Service Team Member. Reporting to the General Manager, this role is responsible for providing light cleaning services, customer service, light care duties and companionship in accordance to the policies and procedures of Seasons Retirement Communities.
We offer complete training to right fit candidates.
Group discounts on home & auto insurance
Qualifications or Skills Required:
Must be able to read and communicate effectively
Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions
Ability to organize work and work under strict time constraints
Must have a high standard of hygiene and cleanliness
Empathy for and understanding of the needs of the elderly and/or disabled
Ability to relate to all levels of staff, the residents and their families, and other professionals with a high degree of patience and tolerance
Ability to exercise tact and diplomacy in dealing with residents, service team members and guests.
Provides services and interacts with residents and resident family members in a professional and timely manner
Provide support to the General Manager for public relations, service team member relations and resident care aspects of the operation of the community
Participates as a member of the Seasons team and provides support to the other members of the resident and guest services teams
Maintains work and storage areas in a clean, safe and sanitary manner
Is aware of employee’s and supervisor’s responsibilities and follows all health and safety policies and procedures, work standards and safety regulations
Projects the appropriate image and focus on customer service in their dealings with residents, families and guests
Operates and cleans equipment, furniture and cleans and maintains all areas related to residents as per work routines
All other duties as assigned or consistent with work routines and job descriptions
In addition, the successful candidate will be required to project the appropriate image and focus on customer services in their dealings with residents, families and guests.
All applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada. As a condition of employment, a Criminal Record Search which may include a vulnerable sector screen, will be required.
Under the direction of the environmental services manager is responsible for performing housekeeping tasks in an efficient manner, with due consideration for the needs and comfort of the residents. Some laundry and dietary tasks may be required.
Minimum grade 10 education. Must be able to follow oral and written instructions in the English language. Needs visual acuity to ensure cleaning tasks are performed to standards. Must be physically able to perform the duties and withstand long periods of standing. Experience in a long-term care or retirement home setting in a housekeeping department will be given preference.
Participates in, and contributes to, the Verve Quality Improvement (VQI) program.
Performs daily and weekly cleaning and vacuuming of resident suites as required in accordance with established procedures, schedules and job routines.
Cleans all offices, staff room, common areas, resident laundry rooms, washrooms, hallways and stairwells according to established policies, procedures and schedules.
Replenishes paper supplies and hand soap as required.
Provides general assistance to residents as required.
Ensures all carpet areas are stain free.
Completes audits as assigned.
Performs additional cleaning as required, in accordance with established procedures and schedules. Washes walls, ceilings, lights, vents, fans, appliances, insides and tops of windows, door frames and all wall hangings.
Picks up and disposes of garbage from waste containers daily.
Ensures housekeeping room, closets, equipment and carts are kept in a clean, safe and sanitary condition.
Assists with setting up residents’ continental breakfast as required.
Participates in applicable staff meetings and in-service training within the home.
Performs laundry duties as necessary.
Maintains effective communication, both written and verbal with co-workers. Uses the appropriate lines of communication with supervisory staff.
Complies with all relevant corporate policies and procedures.
Completes all required annual training/education
Complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, and Workplace Hazardous Material Information System. This includes recognizing health and safety hazards, reporting incidents, fulfilling responsibilities under the applicable legislation, as well as participating in in-services and fire drills.
Performs other duties as assigned by the environmental services manager.
If you want to feel like you are making a difference every day, you've come to the right place. Our residents are unique and special, and so are our employees. By working in our homes, you can help create memorable experiences for our seniors.
Revera’s person-centred approach offers security and peace of mind to both residents and family members. We believe we work in our residents’ homes, and care passionately about providing excellent care, with state-of-the art facilities and vibrant, welcoming communities. For many of us, providing care is more than a career — it’s a calling.
Ready to make a difference in someone’s life? As a Health Care Aide, you will help us deliver the person-centred care Revera is renowned for. Reporting to the Director of Care, you will ensure the proper delivery of our services, including assisting with personal care, meal service and hygiene, to observing and reporting changes in physical or mental health and well-being. Whether social, emotional, psychological or physical, if it concerns our residents, it concerns YOU!
A typical day might include:
Ensuring each resident receives care tailored to their needs, as determined by your supervisor;
Fostering relationships with residents and families;
Providing support and professional insights for both residents and their families;
Helping residents meet their daily care needs and longer-term goals;
Responding to residents’ questions and concerns with HEART: Hear, Empathize, Acknowledge, Respond, Thank.
What YOU bring
Graduate of Health Care Aide program (or provincial equivalent certificate program with completion of required theory and practicum hours)
Strong oral communication, as well as time-management skills
Tech savvy – having the ability to complete online documentation via iPhone/iPad
Experience providing personal-care duties, including providing tasks such as lifting and transferring clients
Current Basic Cardiac Life Support and First Aid certification recommended
Current (within 6 months) Vulnerable Position/Sector Check (VSC)
What we offer
Technology to help you do your job better
Benefits and Pension Package
Better work life balance
Vision to support Person Centered Care
Ask yourself if what you're doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow.
At this time, we are looking for passionate, results-driven individuals to join and grow with our team. Jarlette Health Services is proud to offer competitive wages, benefit packages and career advancement opportunities.
Ideal Candidate Traits
Must possess a current Certificate of Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario.O. Reg. 79/10, s. 46
Successful completion of or enrollment in Long Term Care Senior Management Course or equivalent
Must possess a minimum of one year experience working as Registered Nurse in the long term care sector
Must possess 3 years experience working in a managerial or supervisory capacity in a health care setting
Must meet OLTCA qualifications
Must demonstrate an active interest in ongoing education
Must be computer literate
Prior experience in adult education
Communicates with all nursing employees on a regular basis both formally through monthly meetings and on an informal ongoing basis
Coordinates CQI, risk management, occupational health and safety, infection control activities
Develops, evaluates and communicates goals and objectives, policies and procedures to the nursing staff through mechanisms such as staff meetings, in-services, manuals, memos, nursing orientation and committees
Participates in decision making at the senior management level
Provides the administrator with reliable, pertinent information about nursing services
The Care Support Assistant is a critical role within our communities as it impacts the lives of residents and ignites the warmth of human connection.
As a Care Support Assistant your typical day will impact in the following ways:
Provide day to day care and support to each individual resident; to offer a warm, safe environment for each resident, ensuring their comfort and welfare needs are met.
Support the residents to prepare and transport to Care Community events that promote a positive resident experience.
Acts as a resident companion as directed; provides comfort and support and companionship to the residents.
Assists with table/tray preparation, serving of beverages and accompaniments, and serving of food.
Completes laundry and housekeeping duties as directed, including, but not limited to, restocking shelves and making beds and transporting personal laundry to and from the laundry to the residents' room and organizing closets and cleaning bedside tables.
Participates in admission orientation and the transfer process of the residents as directed.
Transports the residents to and from their rooms, recreational activities, health office and dining room as required.
Performing other duties as assigned.
High school diploma.
Safe Food Handling Certificate and WHMIS certificate.
Ability to work independently and/ or as a member of a team.
Ability to communicate effectively when working with residents, families and visitors.
Ability to model the warmth of human connection in communicating with residents, families, and visitors.
Effective verbal and written English communication skills required.
All applicants must successfully pass the prescribed Vulnerable Sector Check.
Bonus points for having:
Experience working with seniors is preferred.
Act upon your desire to help others and Join Sienna Senior Living as we continue to enhance the lives of those we serve.
Reviews regular and therapeutic menus and sets up equipment and supplies for food preparation. Prepares food and nourishments including evening meal following standardized recipes and production sheets. Provides for prescribed diets, including variations in texture. Ensures meals are served on time, at appropriate temperatures and in portion controlled quantities.
In the absence of the Dietary Manger, decides on menu changes as necessary and ensures that changes are recorded following department procedures.
Monitors quality and quantity of food supplies ordered, proper operation of kitchen equipment and alerts Manager of problems. Recommends corrective action.
Directs Dietary Aides in basic food preparation procedures and in serving activities at meal times; assumes responsibility for routine departmental operations in the absence of the Dietary Manager, including staff replacements and service calls for malfunctioning equipment.
Maintains all required records such as menu changes, delivery receipts, temperature checks; cooperates with other departments to meet resident needs.
Must meet one of the three (3) following qualification scenarios:
Chef training or culinary management certificate or diploma from a program that meets the requirements of the OLTCH Act, or
Certificate of qualification as a Cook issued by an authority meeting the requirements of the OLTCH Act, or
Post-secondary diploma in food and nutrition management or a post-secondary degree in food and nutrition.
Additional qualifications include:
“Red Seal” certification preferred
Experience in institutional large quantity cooking preferred
Ability to work safely, following established safety practices and procedures
Ability to read and write English, and understand moderately complex verbal and written instructions in English
Proven ability to provide direction and lead others within a busy environment.
Under the direction of the registered nursing staff, provides personal care to promote the comfort and safety of residents. Some typical activities include bathing, skin care, toileting, mouth care, dressing/undressing, grooming, shaving, nail and hair care. Provides physical assistance to residents as required.
Under direction, performs selected procedures such as administering enemas and suppositories, collecting specimens and recording vital signs. Reports all findings to registered staff.
Assists in the maintenance of a clean, safe environment. Some typical activities include making beds, cleaning bedside units, collecting/bagging soiled linen for dispatch to laundry, sorting and storing clean linen, emptying bedpans and removal of unsafe objects etc.
Consults with and informs supervisor of unit activities, needs and problems related to resident care.
Assists in providing restorative care for residents, assists with ambulation, nutritional needs and palliative care.
Encourages participation in life enrichment programs by preparing residents for and assisting them to and from activities.
Assists with admission, discharge and transfer of residents.
Assists with meal service to residents and provides feeding assistance as required.
Provides emotional/social support for residents.
Assists in the maintenance and proper care of nursing equipment.
Participates in resident care conferences and committees as required.
Documents resident care activities in accordance with the home’s policy using software such as PCC.
Adheres to established department policies and procedures regarding quality assurance, safety, environment and infection control.
Displays an attitude that is focused on working safely and ensuring that the work environment is safe and healthy.
Uses safe work practices
Reports any actual or potential hazard to the immediate supervisor.
Uses or wears personal protective equipment (or clothing) as required.
Promptly reports personal injury to supervisor and seeks first aid as needed.
Participates in fire safety activities and knows the facility fire and disaster plan.
Maintains a clean and orderly work area.
Does not use or operate any equipment in a way that would endanger any worker, resident or visitor.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Every new employee hired by peopleCare to work as a PSW must have successfully completed a Personal Support Worker program that meets requirements of Long Term Care Health Act: Reg. 47 or meet the criteria in 47(3).
High School Diploma (or equivalent)
Experience in Long-Term Care considered an asset
Food Handler certification
First Aid certification
Must possess strong written and oral communication skills
Demonstrated organizational and time management skills
Strong interpersonal and customer focus skills
Must have demonstrated sound skills and knowledge of providing personal care duties
Ability to perform tasks that are necessary for the position, e.g. lifting/transferring clients