Kassie Chisholm

Competition #:420-30 09-03 -2021            Permanent FT      Continuing Care Assistant

R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home, 64 Pleasant Street, Antigonish NS B2G 1W7

                   Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

Competition #:420-30 09-03 -2021                  Job Title:         Continuing Care Assistant

Dept.:  Nursing                                                 Start Date:      Immediately

Posted Date: September 3, 2021                  Close Date:   September 10, 2021

Reg/Temp: Permanent                                    Full/Part                Full-time .70 (56 hrs.- biweekly)

(subject to change)

Union:       CAW/UNIFOR

Applications accepted until 4:00 PM on the Closing Date

Opening Statement

The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is a Long Term Care Home to 137 Residents and employs 290 staff in various Departments.

Qualifications required – Provincial certification in Continuing Care Assistant (CCA). Regular & consistent attendance is essential.

Skills & Abilities required refer to CCA (Job) Description on R.K. Macdonald Nursing Home website www.rkmacdonald.ca

Hours of Work                       8 hr. Days       Rotational 7am-7-3pm

  (subject to change)

 Salary

$17.5621-18.9633 per hour

(According to experience as per Unifor contract pay scale) (Pay for Breaks and Dinner) 80 biweekly

Benefits/Pension Information

Comprehensive Benefits

Pension – (Can deferred for 3mos, if not previously in plan)

Vacation, holiday

Sick benefits- (Upon Completion of a 528 hr. Probation Period)

Health Benefits – Yes Health, Dental, Travel, Ltd, Life, etc.

Good Life – Corp Rate

Closing Statement

Closing Statement Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those Applicants selected for an interview to be contacted. Interviews held within two weeks of closing date.  These are UNIFOR bargaining unit positions. Preference given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is proud to provide a smoke free and scent free environment. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is an inclusive employer who supports diversity, equality, and reconciliation.  Our goal is to be a workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve.  We welcome people from all ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, age, religion, and physical and mental abilities. Internal applicants to apply by using the Internal Application Form, External Applicants to submit cover letter and resume to: Jacqueline Delorey HR 902-863-2578 Ext.292 Fax: 902-863-4437 or email: jobs@rkmacdonald.ca    

Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for complete job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

 

  Competition #:440-12-09-03-21              Casual    Senior Cook

  Competition #:440-12-09-03-21                       Job Title:         Senior Cook

 Dept.:   Dietary/Food Services                      Start Date:      Immediately

Posted Date: September 3, 2021                  Close Date:    Open until filled

Reg/Temp: Temporary                                  Full/Part:        Casual

(Subject to change)

Union: N/A

Applications are accepted until 4:00 PM on the Closing Date

Opening Statement

The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is a Long Term Care Home to 137 Residents and employs 290 staff in various Departments.

Skills & Abilities required: (see Senior cook Job Description) http://www.rkmacdonald.ca/seniorcook  

  • Thorough knowledge of institutional food production, safety, and sanitation in food handling.
  • Must be adept at reading, comprehending, and following complex dietary instructions, menus, and recipes.
  • Sound comprehension and judgment, with the understanding of food handling and preparation practices and recipe adjusting.
  • High School Diploma, GED or equivalent.
  • Completion (Certificate) of a formal and practical training in food preparation from a recognized cooking school.
  • 1-3 years practical experience. (Practical Experience in Long Term/Residential Care considered would be an asset)
  • Must have Food Handlers Course.
  • Journeyman papers (e.g. red seal) preferred.
  • The work requires some functional supervision of Dietary Aides and 2nd Senior Cook on duty
  • Accurate estimation of food needs and conversation of recipes for quantity food production, planning of menus, specials, and catering functions.
  • The incumbent must be able to head off potential problems and deal with them effectively
  • Work requires continuous walking, standing while preparing and serving meals required to lift up to 50 pounds with the help of another person.
  • Regular and consistent attendance is essential.

 Hours of Work

Casual

Hours – Days (6-4 pm)/ (7-5pm) (subject to change)
Salary

$21.3251 -23.0267(according to experience and papers)

Benefits/Pension Information NA for casuals

Hol/Vac pay as per Dept. of Labor standards for Casuals

Closing Statement Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those Applicants selected for an interview to be contacted. Interviews held within two weeks of closing date.  These are UNIFOR bargaining unit positions. Preference given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is proud to provide a smoke free and scent free environment. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is an inclusive employer who supports diversity, equality, and reconciliation.  Our goal is to be a workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve.  We welcome people from all ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, age, religion, and physical and mental abilities. Internal applicants to apply by using the Internal Application Form, External Applicants to submit cover letter and resume to: Jacqueline Delorey HR 902-863-2578 Ext.292 Fax: 902-863-4437 or email: jobs@rkmacdonald.ca    

Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for complete job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

 

 Competition #:440-9 07-16- 2021          Casual      Dietary Aides (Food Services)

R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home, 64 Pleasant Street, Antigonish NS B2G 1W7

                   Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

Competition #:440-9 07-16- 2021                    Job Title:         Dietary Aide

 Dept.:  Dietary (Food Services)                     Start Date:      Immediately

Posted Date: July 16, 2021                            Close Date:     Open until filled

Reg/Temp:  Casual                                           Full/Part           Casual

(Subject to change)

Union:       NA

Applications are accepted until 4:00 PM on the Closing Date

Opening Statement

The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is a Long Term Care Home to 137 Residents and employs 297 staff in various Departments.

Skills & Abilities required: please refer to    Dietary Aide Job Description @www.rkmacdonald.ca   

www.rkmacdonald.ca

Qualifications required – Applicants should have some experience in food service and its delivery

Experience in baking or cooking would be an asset. Food handlers course an asset.

Regular and consistent attendance is essential.

Hours of Work

   Causal

Hours 10hr shifts, 8hr shifts, 5.5hr shifts, 5hr shifts, Rotational shifts and weekends.

Start and end times may vary, 6:30am, 7 am – 7:15 am, 3:30pm, and 5pm (subject to change)

 Salary

$16.3329-$16.6102 per hour (according to experience)

Benefits/Pension Information

Comprehensive Benefits

Pension – NA

Vacation, holiday – prorated % 4 vac

Sick benefits- NA

Health Benefits NA

Gym Membership – Good life

Closing Statement

Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those Applicants selected for an interview to be contacted. Interviews held within two weeks of closing date.  These are UNIFOR bargaining unit positions. Preference given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is proud to provide a smoke free and scent free environment. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is an inclusive employer who supports diversity, equality, and reconciliation.  Our goal is to be a workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve.  We welcome people from all ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, age, religion, and physical and mental abilities. Internal applicants to apply by using the Internal Application Form, External Applicants to submit cover letter and resume to: Jacqueline Delorey HR 902-863-2578 Ext.292 Fax: 902-863-4437 or email:jobs@rkmacdonald.ca Disclaimer: Please  refer to nursing home website for job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

Competition #:490-07-07-16-21           Casual       General Workers (Housekeeping)

R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home, 64 Pleasant Street, Antigonish NS B2G 1W7               

Competition #:490-07-07-16-21            Job Title:         General Worker (Housekeeping)

Dept.:        Environmental Service   Start Date:      Immediately

Posted Date: July 16, 2021                Close Date:     Open until filled

Reg/Temp: Casual                               Full/Part:        Temporary

 

Applications accepted until 4:00 PM on the Closing Date

Opening Statement

The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is a Long Term Care Home to 137 Residents and employs 297  staff in various Departments.

Qualifications/Skills Required: Good physical health, ability to work independently with others, ability to follow verbal and written instructions, ability to learn the operation of equipment, ability to perform repetitive task.

Grade 12 Education, experience in housekeeping or Laundry preferred, but not required. Regularand consistent attendance is essential.

Please: Refer to General Worker (housekeeping) Job Description for complete listing on our website

www.rkmacdonald.ca

Hours of Work

Temporary –Casual

Hours – Days/Weekends (10 am- 6 pm/8am-4pm/8:30am – 4:30pm/7am-3 pm(subject to change) hours flexible as need arises).

Salary

$16.3329-16.6102 per hour (according to experience)

Benefits/Pension Information

Comprehensive Benefits

Pension  NA

Vacation, holiday –  As per Dept. of Labor for Casuals

Sick benefits- NA

Health Benefits – NA

Good Life – Corp Rate

Closing Statement

Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those Applicants selected for an interview to be contacted. Interviews held within two weeks of closing date.  These are UNIFOR bargaining unit positions. Preference given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is proud to provide a smoke free and scent free environment. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is an inclusive employer who supports diversity, equality, and reconciliation.  Our goal is to be a workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve.  We welcome people from all ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, age, religion, and physical and mental abilities. Internal applicants to apply by using the Internal Application Form, External Applicants to submit cover letter and resume to: Jacqueline Delorey HR 902-863-2578 Ext.292 Fax: 902-863-4437 or email:jobs@rkmacdonald.ca

Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for complete detailed job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

 

Visitation Update – July 2, 2021

Dear Residents, Family and Friends of RK MacDonald

There were further easing of restrictions in LTC at the June 30, 2021 announcement. There are a number of different regulations we must continue to follow. Restrictions have eased but Public Health measures have not. The Delta variant is in the province. Our experience with the UK variant tells us the new strains can quickly take hold.

Please wear your mask properly at all times on the property– inside and outside. Residents live communally and exposure for one person has the potential to affect everyone. We have to remain committed and vigilant to keeping each other virus free.

Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Get fully vaccinated. Encourage loved ones to get fully vaccinated. Don’t visit with cold symptoms. Don’t visit if you have a close contact who has cold symptoms/awaiting testing results. Get regular asymptomatic testing.

It is also imperative that anyone who develops COVID-19 symptoms and/or tests positive within two weeks of their visit to the facility, notifies the facility immediately to ensure we take the necessary precautions here.

Based on staffing availability, we are now booking indoor and outdoor visits seven days a week. Please call 902-870-3458 to book an appointment. Residents can have 3-5 visitors at one time.  Visitors must be screened prior to the visit.

For residents who are fully immunized against COVID-19:

Indoor visits:

  • Are available in designated visitation areas and in resident rooms.
  • We are only able to accommodate 2 visitors indoors at a time.
  • Scheduling is required. Book your appointment by calling 902-870-3458
  • Visitors must be screened prior to entry into the Home.
  • Residents are encouraged, but are not required, to wear a mask and physically distance from their visitor(s).
  • Indoor visits are scheduled for 30 minutes.
  • These Indoor visits are in addition to visitation from Designated Care providers.
  • Maximum number of visitors indoors is 4 per resident. If that number is exceeded- especially in semi-private bedrooms, staff will support finding alternative visiting spaces inside or on the grounds. We ask for your cooperation and flexibility to ensure we can accommodate visits indoors.
  • Indoor visits will begin on Monday, July 5, 2021 between 11:00 am-4:30pm. As noted they must be pre-booked.

Outdoor Visits:

  • Are available in designated areas outside
  • Outdoor visits can accommodate 3-5 people at one time.
  • Scheduling is required. Book your appointment by calling 902-870-3458
  • If the visitor(s) are wearing a mask, social distance is not required. If the visitor(s) are unmasked, social distancing is required.
  • Visits are scheduled for 30 minutes.
  • Visitors must be screened prior to the visit.

Full community access is now permitted for residents who are fully vaccinated.

  • Designated Caregivers are able to accompany residents to retail stores, restaurants, banks, etc.
  • Those residents who remain independent, may access the community unaccompanied.
  • The Team Lead RN/LPN in the care area must be notified of the outing- ideally in advance, to ensure residents are prepared to go out.
  • A sign-out/sign-in book will be available in the front lobby.

For residents who are partially immunized or not immunized against COVID-19,

Outdoor Visits

  • The resident can have 3-5 visitors outside.
  • Visits outdoors without physical distancing are now permitted.
  • Residents are encouraged, but are not required, to wear a mask. Visitors must wear a mask.
  • The visitor and the resident may hug, touch, or exchange a handshake during an outdoor visit.
  • Residents may now access outdoor public areas such as boardwalks, parks, etc. The resident must maintain physical distancing (except with their Designated Caregiver or support person accompanying them).
  • Partially or unimmunized residents are not permitted to come into contact with others during the outing and are not able to access restaurants, banks, stores etc at this time.

The Chief Medical Officer of Health determines what can or cannot happen in each phase of lifting restrictions, with advice from the Department of Health and Wellness, Public Health, Infection Prevention and Control, and Continuing Care. The foundation of decision-making is rooted in clinical and public health evidence, and considers factors including COVID-19 activity, vaccination rates, and an understanding of the unique needs of our long-term care residents. As always, it will take us several days to adapt to the increased visitation. There continue to be a number of safeguards and monitoring required on the part of the facility.

We are inching through this and making progress. Thank you for your ongoing patience and support as we continue to ease restrictions.

 

 

Pan Pal Project a Great Success With Residents

The RK MacDonald Nursing Home is delighted to see its residents connecting with local students. During a time when so many of us feel isolated already, the burden on our residents has been even higher as public health measures have often resulted in visits from loved ones being cancelled or postponed.

A recent article in Saltwire covers the wonderful relationship between the students and our residents.

A pen pal project at Dr. J.H. Gillis Regional High School has allowed students to connect with senior citizens in the community.

Students in Mrs. Synishin’s Grade 12 health and human services class were tasked with the assignment of writing letters to residents of the R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home.

“I was pleasantly surprised with how much the Grade 12s loved it,” said Synishin. “One sort of incidental thing that they learned that a lot of them didn’t know was just the art of writing a personal letter … and practicing their cursive writing was a big deal because I wasn’t gonna let them email. I said it has to be a generational thing where you’re personally writing a letter to someone.”

Read the full article on the Saltwire website here.

Phase II Visitation Rules

June 16, 2021

As always the easing of restrictions is exciting and while the highlights are announced, often the details are not. New easing of restrictions means increased access to visitors and the community, but the Public Health measures have not eased. Wash your hands, wear a mask, physically distance, and don’t visit if you’re sick. Getting asymptomatic testing done, getting vaccinated, and disinfecting high touch surfaces are also essential components for keeping each other well. The changes in the document are effective tomorrow, Thursday, June 17, 2021.

As we enter these new phases-please be gentle with the staff, particularly the screening staff. Rules for the broader community are not the same for Long Term Care. The rules we follow and have to enforce are mandated by the COVID-19 Management in LTC Facilities Directive under the Authority of the Chief Medical Officer of Health –June 7,2021which are posted on our website.

Here are the document highlights related to visits and outings:

When visitation occurs (as permitted within the Health Protection Act Order) in long term care facilities the following measures must be in place:

  • Visitor information must be logged, including name, contact information, date and time of attendance at the facility.
  • Visitors must be screened upon arrival and be asymptomatic
  • Environmental cleaning of surfaces in the designated visiting areas occurs before and after each visit.
  • Visitors, DCP’s and volunteers are not permitted to enter the facility or grounds if they are under a requirement to self-isolate (due to travel, awaiting for results of COVID-19 testing , due to contact with a COVID-19 case, are currently ill with COVID-19 or for other reasons).
  • In addition to the requirements listed above, for outdoor social visits, visitors must wear a medical or non –medical mask during the visit.
  • In addition to the requirements listed above, for indoor social visits, visitors must wear a medical mask during the visit.
  • Outdoor visits are permitted for all residents. Outdoor visits without physical distancing is permitted for fully immunized residents only, and all visitors must be masked.
  • 2 DCP’s can visit a resident at the same time

 

NOTE: Volunteers and DCP’s are not required to maintain a physical distance of 2 meters /6 feet while performing care related tasks.

 

OFFSITE ACCESS:

Residents can go offsite with the DCPs or facility support person and access local parks, trails etc as able. They should not have contact with community members without wearing a mask.

Residents who are able, are permitted to go offsite to access trails, parks etc. alone if it is mutually agreeable between resident and the facility.

 

CAR RIDES:

As residents are not able to leave the vehicle while on an outing, we suggest a 60-90 minute maximum time frame. Those requesting longer outings will be redirected to a senior leader to discuss.  Residents are still not able to have access to community members or loved ones while out- we expect more freedoms in phase three and four.

The following measures are required for care outings:

  • The vehicle is cleaned and disinfected prior to and after each trip/outing.
  • The driver (DCP) is screened as per facility protocols and must be asymptomatic.
  • Residents are not permitted to get out of the vehicle during the trip/outing.
  • Hand hygiene must occur prior to and after the trip/outing.
  • Trip/outing information must be logged, including the DCP information, date and time of trip/outing.
  • Overnight visits are not permitted at this time

 

PACKAGE and MEAL DROP OFFS

In order to manage screening, supervising outdoor visits and daily deliveries we are also making the following changes:

  • Non-perishable items will be delivered once daily (around 2pm).
  • DCPs are welcome to drop off items in the care areas during visiting hours.
  • Meal drop off– We are finding that there are times meal drop offs come after mealtime has started in the care areas. In order to get meals to the residents before the scheduled meal times, we suggest the following drop off times:
    • Breakfast: Between 8:00am and 8:15 am
    • Lunch between: Between 11:30am-11:45am
    • Supper/Dinner: Between 4:00pm-4:15pm

We have streamlined the DCP and outdoor visits screening, but we must still collect the necessary information.

Here is a list of expected phases and the associated loosening of restrictions. Please remember, lifting and loosening restrictions does not mean Public Health measures are changing. Subject to change*****

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I know it’s a lot of information to absorb. As you can see, there are many details we are required to follow as we move through the new phases.

We are almost there! We have accomplished and endured a lot over the past 15 months. We can finish strong!! Vaccinations have been key to our growing freedoms, and Public Health measures continue to keep us open and safe.

Michelle Thompson

June 1st Update to Visitation Rules

Good Afternoon All:

There have been a few important changes to visitation.

Designated Care Providers:

Effective Wednesday, June 2 at 11:00 am-:

  • DCPs can visit daily between 11:00am and 5:00pm.
  • Both DCPs can now visit together regardless of where they live.
  • DCPs are deemed essential and can visit from anywhere in the province.
  • DCPs continue to be screened as they have been in the past when they come for their visit.

Outdoor visits will resume.

We will resume outdoor visits for residents who are fully vaccinated on Friday, June 4, 2021.

  • Outdoor visits will be hosted in the gazebo on Fridays and Saturdays from 10:30 am-5:00pm.
  • Residents can have 3-5 visitors- friends or family during their visit.
  • Visitors over the age of 2 years must wear a mask.
  • Visitors who are wearing a mask do not need to physically distance from the resident- this means you can give your loved one a hug and sit closer than 6 feet apart while you visit. Your nose and mouth must be covered by your mask during the entire visit.
  • If you remove your mask to communicate with your loved one, then you must remain 6 feet apart.
  • Visitors will be screened at the time of their visit in the gazebo by staff prior to the visit.
  • Do not visit if you have a fever or cough, cold or flu symptoms or if you or someone in your home is required to self-isolate or awaiting a COVID test result.
  • Your visit will be supported by a staff member and we ask that visitors be respectful and follow the rules.

Outdoor visits must be booked by emailing rkmacdonaldnursinghomevisits@gmail.com or by calling 902-870-3458.

Hairdressers

  • Licensed hairdressers can resume services to residents who are fully vaccinated on Wednesday, June 2, 2021. Hairdressers must wear a medical mask.

 

 Competition #:420-18-05-05 -2021             Permanent FT Continuing Care Assistant

R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home, 64 Pleasant Street, Antigonish NS B2G 1W7

                   Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

Competition #:420-18-05-05 -2021                  Job Title:         Continuing Care Assistant

           Dept.:  Nursing                                              Start Date:      Immediately

Posted Date: May 5, 2021                              Close Date:   Open until filled

Reg/Temp: Permanent                                                   Full/Part                Full-time

(subject to change)

Union:       CAW/UNIFOR
Applications accepted until 4:00 PM on the Closing Date

Opening Statement

The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is a Long Term Care Home to 137 Residents and employs 267 staff in various Departments.

Qualifications required – Provincial certification in Continuing Care Assistant (CCA). Regular & consistent attendance is essential.

Skills & Abilities required refer to CCA (Job) Description on R.K. Macdonald Nursing Home website www.rkmacdonald.ca

Hours of Work

  Days 8 hrs. (SW/LW) (subject to change)

Rotational 7am-3

 Salary

$17.5621-18.9633 per hour

(According to experience as per Unifor contract pay scale) (Pay for Breaks and Dinner) 80 biweekly

Benefits/Pension Information

Comprehensive Benefits

Pension – (Can deferred for 3mos, if not previously in plan)

Vacation, holiday

Sick benefits- (Upon Completion of a 528 hr. Probation Period)

Health Benefits – Yes (Health, Dental, Travel, LTD, Life, and Optionals)

Good Life – Corp Rate

Closing Statement

Closing Statement Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those Applicants selected for an interview to be contacted. Interviews held within two weeks of closing date.  These are UNIFOR bargaining unit positions. Preference given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is proud to provide a smoke free and scent free environment. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is an inclusive employer who supports diversity, equality, and reconciliation.  Our goal is to be a workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve.  We welcome people from all ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, age, religion, and physical and mental abilities. Internal applicants to apply by using the Internal Application Form, External Applicants to submit cover letter and resume to: Jacqueline Delorey HR 902-863-2578 Ext.292 Fax: 902-863-4437 or email: jobs@rkmacdonald.ca    

Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for complete job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

 

 Competition #:420-17-05-03 -2021       Temporary Full Time      Continuing Care Assistant

R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home, 64 Pleasant Street, Antigonish NS B2G 1W7

                   Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca 

Competition #:420-17-05-03 -2021                  Job Title:         Continuing Care Assistant

           Dept.:  Nursing                                              Start Date:      Immediately

Posted Date: May 3, 2021                              Close Date:   Open until filled

Reg/Temp: Temporary                                           Full/Part                Full-time

(subject to change)

Union:       CAW/UNIFOR
Applications accepted until 4:00 PM on the Closing Date

 

 

Opening Statement

 

The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is a Long Term Care Home to 137 Residents and employs 267 staff in various Departments.

 

Qualifications required – Provincial certification in Continuing Care Assistant (CCA). Regular & consistent attendance is essential.

 

Skills & Abilities required refer to CCA (Job) Description on R.K. Macdonald Nursing Home website www.rkmacdonald.ca

Hours of Work

               Days 12 hrs. (SW/LW) (subject to change)

Rotational 7am-7 & 8am-8 pm

 Salary

$17.5621-18.9633 per hour

(According to experience as per Unifor contract pay scale) (Pay for Breaks and Dinner) 80 biweekly

Benefits/Pension Information

Comprehensive Benefits

Pension – (Can deferred for 3mos, if not previously in plan)

Vacation, holiday

Sick benefits- (Upon Completion of a 528 hr. Probation Period)

Health Benefits – Health, Dental, Travel, LTD, Life, and Optionals

Good Life – Corp Rate

Closing Statement

Closing Statement Thank you for your interest in this position. Only those Applicants selected for an interview to be contacted. Interviews held within two weeks of closing date.  These are UNIFOR bargaining unit positions. Preference given to bargaining unit employees for unionized positions. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is proud to provide a smoke free and scent free environment. The R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home is an inclusive employer who supports diversity, equality, and reconciliation.  Our goal is to be a workforce that is representative, at all job levels, of the people we serve.  We welcome people from all ethnicities, genders, sexual orientation, age, religion, and physical and mental abilities. Internal applicants to apply by using the Internal Application Form, External Applicants to submit cover letter and resume to: Jacqueline Delorey HR 902-863-2578 Ext.292 Fax: 902-863-4437 or email: jobs@rkmacdonald.ca    

Disclaimer: Please refer to nursing home website for complete job posting www.rkmacdonald.ca