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  • Full Time
  • Peterborough
  • September 30, 2022


As a Registered Nurse, we will rely upon you to supervise and coordinate the care given by department staff and others while assisting our residents in their activities of daily living, providing skilled care in an empathetic and nurturing manner. As our successful candidate, you will be a dynamic, self-motivated nursing professional interested in providing quality-focused clinical care to older adults in a home-like atmosphere. You will be energized by the many challenges associated with an ‘aging in place’ philosophy and the varied and comprehensive levels of care required. You understand the many rewards of geriatric nursing and appreciate the opportunity it provides to enhance the lives of our senior population. You are a take-charge individual who leads by example and utilizes coaching and staff recognition to maximize staff performance.


Assist in the development of resident Care Plans and interventions while providing hands-on, clinical nursing care including medication administration and assisting in the Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) as required.

Direct, supervise, and mentor RPNs & PSWs in the provision of care in a manner that promotes dignity, compassion, and is in adherence to Care Plans.

Maintain proficiency in RAI-MDS 2.0 and provide support to Care Department staff in this area.

Ensures clear and appropriate communication occurs across the department, residence, and with families; promotes positive relationships with staff, physicians, and external care providers to ensure high quality service is provided to residents and resources are efficiently utilized.

Actively participates in ongoing professional development including in-services, seminars, and conferences as directed.


Valid RN License from Ontario College of Nurses.

Supervisory experience and prior experience in a retirement or long term care setting preferred but not necessary.

Must be able to work varied shifts as assigned.

Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and be able to work as part of a team

How to apply:

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