Opportunity: Part Time and Casual – Every other weekend rotationMake “being the difference” your Career.Bayshore is looking for passionate and caring Registered Practical Nurses/Licensed Practical Nurses to join our amazing team. You will use your clinical skills to ensure that our clients receive the highest quality home health care, they need and deserve delivered with compassion, excellence and reliability, in the comfort and safety of their homes. We value our Bayshore Registered Nurses with:- Highest industry wages for the critical work you do- Company Sponsored Benefits (health and dental) for you and your family- Retirement Savings Plan with a company contribution- Paid orientation and Paid training- Company provided Mobile devices for easy documentation and strong communication- Paid Time-off (vacation, sick days and personal days)- Opportunities to further develop and learn more healthcare skills- Career development opportunities within Bayshore HealthcareJob QualificationRequired Documents (to be submitted before start date):- Registered Practical Nurse who graduated from an accredited School of Nursing- Registered as a member in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario- Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle- Updated Immunization Records, First Aid & CPR/BLS- Current Police Check vulnerable sector Screening; valid within 6 months- Step 1 and 2 TB Screening; Step 1 valid within 3 months; Step 2 record of any dateBayshore is committed to a high quality and safe environment for both our staff and clients/patients. Dependent upon Provincial government regulations, and the position being applied for, new hires may be required to provide proof of vaccination against illnesses such as COVID-19, Hepatitis, Seasonal Flu etc.
Please speak with the recruiter for Provincial and/or position specific requirements.As Canada’s largest and best homecare company, join us as we continue our 50 year tradition of supporting our nurses to make “being the difference” a CareerBayshore is in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 and the Ontario Human Rights Code.