• LPN Clinical Resource Nurse

    Job Locations CA-Burnaby
    Req No.
    Children and Adult Services
    Regular Part-Time
    Site Location
    Head Office
  • Overview

    An exciting opportunity exists for the right individual to join a progressive non-profit organization as the Clinical Resource Nurse.


    The Clinical Resource Nurse is accountable for day-to-day supervision, evaluation and training of Community Health Workers in Transfers of Function and other related care services provided by Strive. Responsible for visiting clients to assess clients’ needs and safety in the home, provide client education; resolving issues related to services or client expectations; and, collaborating with members of the health care team in sharing responsibility for maintaining a high standard of client care through the development, coordination, delivery, and evaluation of the service.


    The successful applicant must be highly organized with strong leadership skills. The CRN must be able to work independently and motivate a team of people to get results.  This position requires someone who is skilled at communicating with clientele, family members, management, funders, staff, community members, medical and other professionals.


    • Demonstrated knowledge of home support nursing care delivery processes, policies, procedures and applicable legislation.
    • Comprehensive knowledge of other current health care disciplines and their role in client and family care.
    • Demonstrated ability to provide leadership, supervision and coach team members to promote an efficient and effective team based environment
    • Demonstrated Medication Administration skills as outlined in the LPN Scope of Practice
    • Demonstrated ability to teach, demonstrate, facilitate and coach.
    • Demonstrated ability to work with multi-disciplinary teams and ability to work independently
    • Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve problems efficiently and be resourceful.
    • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with coworkers, physicians, other health care staff, clients and their families, one to one and in groups
    • Ability to function in a fast-paced and changing environment
    • Demonstrated word processing and database skills/ computer literacy to document using electronic charting and eMar.


    • Graduate from a recognized program for Licensed Practical Nurses (preferably the new extended curriculum offered in 2012)
    • Full licensure and current registration with CLPNBC
    • Experience supporting pediatrics
    • 2 years experience in acute care or long term care
    • Vehicle with current BC Class 5 Drivers License and work insurance coverage
    • Current CPR for Health Care Workers
    • Current Flu shot for 2018
    • TB test and MMR immunization record


    This position is: Eight (8) hours per week and may increase after probation.
    Start date: ASAP

    Compensation: $26.47 per hour 

    We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.


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