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Job Locations CA-BC-Victoria
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/12/2020 1:26 PM)
        RESIDENT CARE PARTNER (Personal Support Worker) Amica On The Gorge     A day in the life of a Resident Care Partner (Personal Support Worker)   As the Resident Care Partner you are responsible for assisting residents with activities of daily living, including personal, physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and recreational needs.     How do I qualify?   You must have: - Must be a graduate from a recognized Personal Support Worker program - Level 1 First Aid, CPR / AED Certificate. - Recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, or home services required.  What we are looking for:  - Good oral and verbal communication skills – English is essential. - Deals with others in an effective, compassionate and supportive manner. - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care. - Is capable of working in a team environment. - Demonstrates effective problem solving skills. - Positive public relation skills, including the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with residents and families.  - Demonstrates ability to organize workload and to respond efficiently and effectively to unexpected workload and situations. - Demonstrates ability to operate related equipment.   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica On The Gorge
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-BC-North Vancouver
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/12/2020 9:00 AM)
LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE   Amica Britannia     Amica Senior  Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.     A day in the life of a Licensed Practical Nurse:    Under the direction of the Director of Wellness, you will provide direct, hands on nursing care to residents, including providing guidance to residents in the provision of activities of daily living and programs developed to enhance the psychological, social and recreational needs of Residents.      How do I qualify?    You must have:   - Current registration and good standing with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of British Columbia or the College of Licensed Practical Nurses Alberta - Current CPR/ AED and Standard First Aid certification - Minimum 1 year recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, Assisted Living environment required   What we are looking for:   - Good oral, verbal and written communication skills – English is essential - Effectively deal with others including coworkers, residents and families - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect, privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care - Ability to work independently and in a team environment - Ability to  critically think and problem solve - Ability to effectively organize workload - Ability to operate related equipment - Ability to operate computers at a basic level - Has knowledge of professional accountability with provincial regulatory college - Is competent in the provision of skilled nursing services according to practice scope - Ability to self recertify on expiration of both CPR/AED and Standard First Aid certificates - Maintains current knowledge in Gerontology annually through ongoing education (Training, workshops, certificate programs etc.)   Position Vacant Until Filled          
Community
Amica Edgemont Village
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-ON-Brampton
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/8/2020 8:19 PM)
      COOK Amica Peel Village Full Time, CONTRACT      Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.   A day in the life of a Cook:   You are committed to service excellence and pride yourself in exceeding dining expectations by contributing to a culinary experience of the highest quality, consistency and creativity. Under the direction of the Sous Chef, you will be responsible for daily meal preparation from pre-determined menus, ensuring food quality and presentation meets fine dining standards and contributes to the smooth operation of the kitchen.    How do I qualify?   You must have:  - Food Handling Certificate - Minimum three years of progressive experience in a variety of dining environments  What we are looking for:  - Previous Hotel experience in a fine dining property - Flexibility to work a variety of shifts   Position Vacant Until Filled  
Community
Amica Peel Village
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-ON-Thornhill
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/8/2020 6:43 PM)
    MEDICATION CARE PARTNER Amica Thornhill (Temporary Part Time)   Education: - High School Diploma and completion of an accredited Personal Support Worker program that meets legislative standards License/Designation: - Medication Administration certification - First Aid and CPR certified Experience: - Six hundred (600) hours of related experience, including both class time and practical experience, preferably with clinical experience in a geriatric setting Knowledge: - Medication administration standards - Residents’ activities of daily living (ADL), such as hygiene, optimal functioning, well-being and feeding - Personal Support Worker routines and practices - Infection control guidelines - Lifting, transferring and positioning techniques - Rehabilitation and palliative approaches - Legislative regulations and policies related to retirement care - Changes in mobility of seniors and mechanical lifting devices - Applicable health and safety legislation, including the rights and duties of workers Competencies, Skills & Abilities: - Ability to contribute effectively as a team member - Ability to treat residents with dignity, respect and care - Strong command of the English language both oral and written - Strong interpersonal skills - Ability to develop rapport with residents and their families - Ability to organize and prioritize workload - Ability to follow resident support plan and carry out activities as directed - Ability to report resident needs through observation of their condition/behaviour - Ability to follow safety procedures to maintain a safe and clean environment - Ability to apply lifting, transferring and positioning techniques - Ability to maintain confidentiality of resident information - Ability to work in a flexible environment to meet the needs of the residents, including weekend and holiday coverage, as required Personal Suitability: - Demonstrates a strong desire to serve and care for seniors - Open, friendly and responsive - Able to apply tact, discretion and sound judgement - Trustworthy, empathetic, reliable, punctual and adaptable - Meets the physical demands of the job - Shows initiative and commitment to excellence - Resident service oriented - Attend regularly scheduled shifts. Desirable Qualifications: Courses in gerontology, aging or dementia are an asset                
Community
Amica Thornhill
Job Status
Temporary part time
Job Locations CA-ON-North York
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/8/2020 2:25 PM)
        RESIDENT CARE PARTNER (Personal Support Worker) Amica Bayview Village     A day in the life of a Resident Care Partner (Personal Support Worker)   As the Resident Care Partner you are responsible for assisting residents with activities of daily living, including personal, physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and recreational needs.     How do I qualify?   You must have: - Must be a graduate from a recognized Personal Support Worker program - Level 1 First Aid, CPR / AED Certificate. - Recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, or home services required.  What we are looking for:  - Good oral and verbal communication skills – English is essential. - Deals with others in an effective, compassionate and supportive manner. - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care. - Is capable of working in a team environment. - Demonstrates effective problem solving skills. - Positive public relation skills, including the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with residents and families.  - Demonstrates ability to organize workload and to respond efficiently and effectively to unexpected workload and situations. - Demonstrates ability to operate related equipment.   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica Bayview Village
Job Status
Temporary part time
Job Locations CA-ON-Barrie
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/7/2020 4:10 PM)
        REGISTERED PRACTICAL NURSE  Amica Little Lake   Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.   A day in the life of a Registered Practical Nurse:    As the Registered Practical Nurse you are responsible for providing direct nursing care to residents, including providing direction and guidance to residents in the provision of activities of daily living and programs developed to enhance the psychological, social, spiritual and recreational needs of residents.      How do I qualify?    You must have:   - Completion of an approved Practical Nursing program with approved scope of practice.  Currently registered and in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario - Current CPR and First Aid certification. - Recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, or home services required.  - Maintains a consistent well-groomed appearance/hygiene at all times.   What we are looking for:  - Good oral and verbal communication skills – English is essential; French would be an asset. - Deals with others in an effective, compassionate and supportive manner. - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care. - Is capable of working in a team environment. - Demonstrated effective problem solving skills. - Positive public relation skills, including the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with residents and families.  - Demonstrated ability to organize workload and to respond efficiently and effectively to unexpected workload and situations. - Demonstrated ability to operate related equipment.   Posiion Vacant Until Filled              
Community
Amica Little Lake
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-BC-North Vancouver
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/11/2020 2:42 PM)
        DINING ROOM SERVER Amica Edgemont Village     Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.     A day in the life of a Dining Room Server:   You will be responsible for providing dining services to all residents and guests, ensuring the principles of fine dining service excellence are met. You pride yourself in exceeding dining expectations by contributing to a culinary experience of the highest quality, consistency and creativity.   How do I qualify?   You must have:  - Food Handling Certificate - Smart Serve or other approved alcohol service certificate - 1 year experience in a variety of dining environments What we are looking for:  - Previous hotel experience in a fine dining property - Previous experience with white linen service - Strong service orientation with demonstrated knowledge of all types of formal dining room service - Flexibility to work a variety of shifts - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Demonstrated ability in dealing with the public, using tact and discretion - Demonstrated ability to prioritize and respond with a sense of urgency when required   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica Edgemont Village
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-BC-Victoria
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/7/2020 2:04 PM)
         LIFE ENRICHMENT ASSISTANT Amica On The Gorge         Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.     A day in the life of a Life Enrichment Assitant:   You will be responsible for assisting with the Activity Programs in the Community. You will take a hands-on approach in the development and facilitation of dynamic opportunities and experiences that add value and enrich the lives of our community members.    How do I qualify?    You must have:  - A degree/diploma in Gerontology,, Therapeutic Recreation, Leisure Studies, Activation, Recreation, Sociology or Psychology or a related discipline (ie. Personal Training, Group Fitness Instructor etc). - Education and/or experience in geriatric programming in a related setting. - Knowledge of the effects of exercise on age related changes; able to develop and implement exercise programs. - Knowledge of adaptations and modifications to programming to benefit individuals with cognitive, physical and sensory impairments. - Current certificate in CPR and First Aid. - Experience working directly with seniors. - Ability to meet the physical demands of the position including lifting, portering, and leading multiple fitness programs throughout the day. - Valid driver’s license and/or special class license (or willingness and ability to obtain). - Experience and passion for creating innovative programs that promote active living.  What we are looking for:  - Excellent interpersonal and communications skills. - Team player with the ability to work independently and with a minimum of supervision. - Ability to effectively and efficiently execute responsibilities in a caring and supportive manner. - Interest and desire to work with mature adults to promote healthy lifestyle choices and independence. - Strong computer skills including knowledge of Word, Publisher, Excel and the Internet.     Position Vacant Until Filled      
Community
Amica On The Gorge
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-ON-Newmarket
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/7/2020 1:44 PM)
      RECEPTION – CONCIERGE/SCREENER Amica Newmarket   Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.     A day in the life of a Reception-Concierge:   You will be responsible for providing receptionist and secretarial services to the management team at the community. You will greet residents, visitors, and the general public, receive and redirect external calls and sales calls, operate and maintain all office equipment, establish and maintain resident services, respond to resident inquiries, perform basic accounting functions and provide assistance as required.  General administrative duties include typing of documents and maintaining the resident file system.   How do I qualify?   You must have:  - Grade 12 education supplemented with training/coursework in general office procedures and accounting/book keeping - Proficiency with MS Office, including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. - Keyboarding at a minimum speed of 50 wpm.   What we are looking for:  - Previous experience in an office environment - Experience working in a “5 star” property or similar environment would be an asset - Ability to work independently or in a team environment and must be able to work without direct supervision - Flexibility to work days, evenings and weekends - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Demonstrated ability in dealing with the public, using tact and discretion   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica Newmarket
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-ON-Ottawa
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/7/2020 11:30 AM)
        COMMUNITY RELATIONS DIRECTOR Amica The Glebe Full Time     Opening Summer-2021, Amica The Glebe will offer a 162-suite full continuum of care residence located in the heart of Ottawa’s historic Glebe District.  With boutiques, cafes and restaurants just steps away, residents will enjoy premium amenities and services both within the walls of Amica and outside its doors.  In preparation for this opening, we are seeking two ambitious Community Relations Directors to lead the pre-open and lease-up sales and marketing activities of this unique residence.    A day in the life of a Pre-open / Lease-up Community Relations Director:   As the Community Relations Director of a development property, you will be working out of a Presentation Centre and off-site in the community for a full year before moving into your residence.  In the early days, you will spend your time developing a lead base through external events targeted toward the general public.  As the year progresses, you will secure deposits for specific suites and continue to guide and support future residents and their family members through the difficult process of moving.  You are responsible for all sales, marketing and promotional activities related to the awareness and lease up of the new residence.    Our Community Relations Directors have a passion for connecting with people, selling a great product and networking within your community to set the stage for opening. You will be responsible for communicating the variety of amenities we will have to offer our potential residents, showing them everything there is to love about Amica and putting their mind at ease so they can move in when the residence opens its doors! You will be responsible for tours, administration, production of sales reports and prospect management in a timely and efficient manner while ensuring prompt communication with the leadership and Support Office teams.  You will connect with potential prospects while growing, maintaining and updating a fully completed database.  Developing a robust referral network is a critical part of the role and significant work will be required outside the Presentation Centre building a strong referral network, especially in care, well before opening.  Remaining connected with all leads and fostering the community waitlists and referral networks will be imperative.   You will work with the General Manager and Regional Director of Sales and Marketing to develop and implement marketing and sales plans. As the Community Relations Director you will research, plan, budget and coordinate on-site and off-site marketing events to attract prospects and build relationships that lead to new deposits and move-ins.  In a development property, it is possible to hold multiple (3-4) events per month and this is an important part of the job.  You will complete post-activity synopsis and reports to display return on investment.   COMPETENCY/ABILITIES: - Graduate of a post-secondary sales and marketing program or related program - Experience in developing and implementing sales and/or marketing plans, public and community relations campaigns and special events - Excellent interpersonal skills with proven relationship selling skills - Superior oral, written and listening communication skills - Experience in developing and managing budgets. - An independent, capable leader who excels in a team environment             QUALIFICATIONS - Knowledge of and experience in senior living, hospitality, public health or the private health sector - Experience in event planning - Strong computer skills including experience with a customer management database (Salesforce preferred). - Strong planning, organizational and management skills - Self-directed, motivated and resourceful, always performing in a highly professional manner   WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR: - An experienced CRD who is hungry, humble and people smart, who lives the Amica values and fosters trust, stability, compassion and hope with every interaction.  - Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. - Demonstrated strength in ability to motivate, lead and collaborate. - Demonstrated exceptional business acumen, including deep knowledge of sales metrics and sales reports, including examples of times when knowledge of the data has resulted in a shift in strategy.  - Superior oral, written and listening communication skills. - Exceptional SMART Planning skills. - Demonstrated passion and drive for improvement. - Previous success opening and/or leasing up a residence preferred. - Experience working in the local market with strong existing relationships with referral partners preferred.  - Ability to work flexible hours (significant evening and weekend work is required in the pre-open / lease up period). Comfort dealing with continual change and ambiguity required.         
Community
Amica The Glebe
Job Status
Full time
Job Locations CA-ON-Thornhill
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/7/2020 10:30 AM)
        RESIDENT CARE PARTNER (Personal Support Worker) Amica Thornhill   Nights   A day in the life of a Resident Care Partner (Personal Support Worker)   As the Resident Care Partner you are responsible for assisting residents with activities of daily living, including personal, physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and recreational needs.     How do I qualify?   You must have: - Must be a graduate from a recognized Personal Support Worker program - Level 1 First Aid, CPR / AED Certificate. - Recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, or home services required.  What we are looking for:  - Good oral and verbal communication skills – English is essential. - Deals with others in an effective, compassionate and supportive manner. - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care. - Is capable of working in a team environment. - Demonstrates effective problem solving skills. - Positive public relation skills, including the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with residents and families.  - Demonstrates ability to organize workload and to respond efficiently and effectively to unexpected workload and situations. - Demonstrates ability to operate related equipment.   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica Thornhill
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-ON-Markham
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/6/2020 1:33 PM)
        RESIDENT CARE PARTNER (Personal Support Worker) Amica Swan Lake     A day in the life of a Resident Care Partner (Personal Support Worker)   As the Resident Care Partner you are responsible for assisting residents with activities of daily living, including personal, physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and recreational needs.     How do I qualify?   You must have: - Must be a graduate from a recognized Personal Support Worker program - Level 1 First Aid, CPR / AED Certificate. - Recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, or home services required.  What we are looking for:  - Good oral and verbal communication skills – English is essential. - Deals with others in an effective, compassionate and supportive manner. - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care. - Is capable of working in a team environment. - Demonstrates effective problem solving skills. - Positive public relation skills, including the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with residents and families.  - Demonstrates ability to organize workload and to respond efficiently and effectively to unexpected workload and situations. - Demonstrates ability to operate related equipment.   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica Swan Lake
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-ON-Windsor
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/6/2020 1:31 PM)
         LIFE ENRICHMENT ASSISTANT Amica Riverside        Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.     A day in the life of a Life Enrichment Assitant:   You will be responsible for assisting with the Activity Programs in the Community. You will take a hands-on approach in the development and facilitation of dynamic opportunities and experiences that add value and enrich the lives of our community members.    How do I qualify?    You must have:  - A degree/diploma in Gerontology,, Therapeutic Recreation, Leisure Studies, Activation, Recreation, Sociology or Psychology or a related discipline (ie. Personal Training, Group Fitness Instructor etc). - Education and/or experience in geriatric programming in a related setting. - Knowledge of the effects of exercise on age related changes; able to develop and implement exercise programs. - Knowledge of adaptations and modifications to programming to benefit individuals with cognitive, physical and sensory impairments. - Current certificate in CPR and First Aid. - Experience working directly with seniors. - Ability to meet the physical demands of the position including lifting, portering, and leading multiple fitness programs throughout the day. - Valid driver’s license and/or special class license (or willingness and ability to obtain). - Experience and passion for creating innovative programs that promote active living.  What we are looking for:  - Excellent interpersonal and communications skills. - Team player with the ability to work independently and with a minimum of supervision. - Ability to effectively and efficiently execute responsibilities in a caring and supportive manner. - Interest and desire to work with mature adults to promote healthy lifestyle choices and independence. - Strong computer skills including knowledge of Word, Publisher, Excel and the Internet.     Position Vacant Until Filled      
Community
Amica Riverside
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-AB-Calgary
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/8/2020 10:47 AM)
      HOUSEKEEPER Amica RESIDENCE ( Choose an item.)        A day in the life of a Housekeeper:   As the Housekeeper you are responsible for all general housekeeping and laundry duties, ensuring all assigned areas are kept at the highest cleaning standard and all tasks are completed in a professional and timely manner.    How do I qualify?   You must have:  - 1 to 2 years’ housekeeping experience - Certificate in housekeeping, building services or equivalent experience - Previous hotel experience in a fine dining property is an asset - Knowledge of W.H.M.I.S. principles is an asset - Certificate in CPR and Emergency First Aid desired - Flexibility to work a variety of shifts  What we are looking for:  - Demonstrated ability to meet the physical and mental requirements of the position - Demonstrated ability to carry out significant amounts of lifting, bending, stooping and stretching - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to work within a team environment - Strong problem solving and decision making skills - Detail oriented, with good organizational abilities - Demonstrated ability to prioritize and respond with a sense of urgency when required - Demonstrates consistent well-groomed and hygienic appearance    
Community
Amica Aspen Woods
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-ON-London
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/6/2020 12:31 PM)
We have meaningful work available for people who wish to make a positive difference in the lives of seniors and their families during this unprecedented time. Amica Senior Lifestyles is offering temporary contract employment opportunities in our residences across Canada for people looking for rewarding temporary work.   As a utility team member you will get the opportunity to learn and support various departments within the residence. This would involve assisting the Concierge, light cleaning, supporting life enrichment opportunities, and much more. Amica Senior Lifestyles is setting a new standard for senior living in Canada by combining unparalleled premium hospitality and amenities with expert care and support to deliver a personalized senior living experience. Committed to enriching the lives of seniors now and as their needs change, Amica offers Independent Living, Assisted Living and Memory Care lifestyle options. Established in 1996, the company owns and operates 31 residences in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario, with plans to continue expansion in select markets. To learn more, please visit amica.ca.
Community
Amica London
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-ON-Mississauga
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/5/2020 9:20 PM)
      General Manager Amica Erin Mills     Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.     A day in the life of a General Manager:   As the General Manager you are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the community ensuring the provision of high quality care and service; management, supervision and clinical leadership; execution of business strategies, plans and programs; developing and monitoring community management and front line staff; annual operating and capital budgets and supporting marketing plans in the promotion of Amica Senior Lifestyles and the Community towards favorable occupancy.   Other duties include: - Collaborating with department heads, forecasting budget requirements for corporate office approval. - Leading the process with Corporate Sales & Marketing to develop an understanding of the needs of the customers and market served.  Lead the marketing plan development, as well as ongoing reviews and revisions as necessary to respond to changing market conditions. - Determining staffing requirements, ensuring the recruitment process and selection criteria meet the needs of the community.  - Conducting tours of the Community to families, potential residents, government officials, public-at-large, and others as required. - Actively lead the development of future leaders in the team.  Identify high potential performers and ensure development plans are in place and executed.  Communicate high potentials to Regional Operations Manager to ensure visibility within the organization. - Ensuring policies, programs, procedures and practices in each functional area are carried out consistently and accurately.   How do I qualify?   You must have: - Certificate in Health Care Administration, Business Administration or equivalent experience.  - A minimum of five (5) years senior management experience in the hospitality field or retirement community. - Experience in a residential care setting, with education in gerontology would be an asset. - Ability to work flexible hours (some evenings and weekends are required).  What we are looking for: - Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to motivate and collaborate with various workgroups. - Demonstrated ability to develop leaders, mentor their growth and ensure development is ongoing. - Drive to coach, develop and hold accountable managers and front line employees. - Ability to accurately assess the performance level of managers.  Ability to provide constructive feedback and create developmental / performance improvement plans where necessary.  Commitment to follow through with developmental activities. - Proven ability to create succession plans, to provide direction or training to ensure employees are prepared for future roles/projects, and to mentor upcoming leaders in the Amica way. - Demonstrates strong financial acumen. - Superior oral, written and listening communication skills. - Ability to create strategies aligned with organizational plans and execute to deliver on measurable objectives. - Demonstrated ability to align priorities with organizational strategic direction as well as assisting direct reports to design action plans supporting these priorities. - An independent, capable leader who excels in a team environment. - Ability to unify team on common goals. - Demonstrated passion and drive for improvement.   Position Vacant Until Filled            
Community
Amica Erin Mills
Job Locations CA-ON
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/5/2020 5:31 PM)
        RESIDENT CARE PARTNER (Personal Support Worker) Amica Stoney Creek    Temporary Full Time        A day in the life of a Resident Care Partner (Personal Support Worker)   As the Resident Care Partner you are responsible for assisting residents with activities of daily living, including personal, physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and recreational needs.     How do I qualify?   You must have: - Must be a graduate from a recognized Personal Support Worker program - Level 1 First Aid, CPR / AED Certificate. - Recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, or home services required.  What we are looking for:  - Good oral and verbal communication skills – English is essential. - Deals with others in an effective, compassionate and supportive manner. - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care. - Is capable of working in a team environment. - Demonstrates effective problem solving skills. - Positive public relation skills, including the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with residents and families.  - Demonstrates ability to organize workload and to respond efficiently and effectively to unexpected workload and situations. - Demonstrates ability to operate related equipment.   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica Stoney Creek
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-BC-North Vancouver
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/5/2020 9:09 AM)
        RESIDENT CARE PARTNER (Personal Support Worker) Amica Edgemont Village     A day in the life of a Resident Care Partner (Personal Support Worker)   As the Resident Care Partner you are responsible for assisting residents with activities of daily living, including personal, physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and recreational needs.     How do I qualify?   You must have: - Must be a graduate from a recognized Personal Support Worker program - Level 1 First Aid, CPR / AED Certificate. - Recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, or home services required.  What we are looking for:  - Good oral and verbal communication skills – English is essential. - Deals with others in an effective, compassionate and supportive manner. - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care. - Is capable of working in a team environment. - Demonstrates effective problem solving skills. - Positive public relation skills, including the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with residents and families.  - Demonstrates ability to organize workload and to respond efficiently and effectively to unexpected workload and situations. - Demonstrates ability to operate related equipment.   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica Edgemont Village
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-BC-Sidney
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/4/2020 7:04 PM)
        DINING ROOM SERVER Amica Beechwood Village     Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.     A day in the life of a Dining Room Server:   You will be responsible for providing dining services to all residents and guests, ensuring the principles of fine dining service excellence are met. You pride yourself in exceeding dining expectations by contributing to a culinary experience of the highest quality, consistency and creativity.   How do I qualify?   You must have:  - Food Handling Certificate - Smart Serve or other approved alcohol service certificate - 1 year experience in a variety of dining environments What we are looking for:  - Previous hotel experience in a fine dining property - Previous experience with white linen service - Strong service orientation with demonstrated knowledge of all types of formal dining room service - Flexibility to work a variety of shifts - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills - Demonstrated ability in dealing with the public, using tact and discretion - Demonstrated ability to prioritize and respond with a sense of urgency when required   Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica Beechwood Village
Job Status
Temporary full time
Job Locations CA-BC-Surrey
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/4/2020 7:01 PM)
      HEALTH CARE AIDE Amica White Rock       Amica Senior Lifestyles offers retirement living options and care services to 3600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. With an emphasis of being a great place to call home, our team’s mission is to empower seniors to flourish by supporting them in mind, body, and spirit. In over 40 communities (and growing) we provide first-class independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.     A day in the life of a Health Care Aide:   As the Health Care Aide you are responsible for assisting residents with activities of daily living, including personal, physical, psychological, social, spiritual, and recreational needs.    How do I qualify?   You must have: - Must be a graduate from a recognized Health Care Aid program. - Level 1 First Aid, CPR / AED Certificate. - Medication Administration Certificate - Recent experience working with geriatrics, long-term care, or home services required.  What we are looking for: - Good oral and verbal communication skills – English is essential. - Deals with others in an effective, compassionate and supportive manner. - Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of his/her need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about his/her care. - Is capable of working in a team environment. - Demonstrates effective problem solving skills. - Positive public relation skills, including the ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with residents and families.  - Demonstrates ability to organize workload and to respond efficiently and effectively to unexpected workload and situations. - Demonstrates ability to operate related equipment.     Position Vacant Until Filled    
Community
Amica White Rock
Job Status
Casual: on call basis

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