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Do you enjoy the uniqueness and satisfaction of helping others? Are you a team player who enjoys working in a dynamic and exciting work environment? We are proud to offer our employees a supportive and respectful working environment with opportunities for ongoing education and professional development. Our employees usually enter as casual/relief workers and have the opportunity to bid into regular full-time or part-time positions as vacancies occur.

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Status” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay). Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through innovation, education, research, partnerships and collaboration through the contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage. Our vision is to be a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions. We live by our Values – CHAI (Hebrew word for LIFE): Caring, Health, Safety and Wellness, Accountability, and Integrity. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position. 

     

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Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is a 215 bed accredited residential care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence, which is home to 40 assisted living and 20 private pay complex care, residents.

Did you Know?

Louis Brier Home & Hospital is a teaching facility for students in the UBC Faculty of Medicine and the UBC School of Nursing. If you would like to know more about us, here is what a recent hire had to say: https://youtu.be/Fz9OAQCyaKs

As part of our resident and family-centered care philosophy, we value every resident’s right to be involved in decisions about their care, and we value families’ participation in decisions affecting their loved ones. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH & WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

Our Vision is to be recognized as a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through:

  • Innovation, education, and research
  • Partnerships and collaboration
  • The contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners, and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

Our Values “CHAI” (Hebrew word for LIFE)

  • Caring
  • Health, Safety, and Wellness
  • Accountability
  • Integrity

What we offer:

  • Relocation Allowance
  • Over 400 employees
  • 8-hour shifts
  • Unionized Environment – BCNU, HEU, HSA
  • Great opportunities for growth and education
  • Centrally located with easy transportation options
  • Free parking available on site
  • Accredited with Exemplary

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Job description

Clinical Dietitian

About Us

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Status” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay). Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through innovation, education, research, partnerships and collaboration through the contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage. Our Vision is to be a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions. We live by our Values – CHAI (Hebrew word for LIFE): Caring, Health, Safety and Wellness, Accountability, and Integrity. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

Job Description

Reporting to the Manager, Allied Health Services, as a member of the interdisciplinary Care Team, The Clinical Dietitian is responsible for assessing the individual nutritional needs of residents, establishing and monitoring nutrition care plans and counseling residents regarding nutrition and documenting all assessments.

Educational Requirements

Must be a registered Dietitian .An active member in good standing with the College of Dietitians of British Columbia. Eligible for membership with the Dietitians of Canada (CDBC). Two (2) years recent clinical experience in long-term care, certification to practice Restricted Activity A & C. Knowledge of Dysphagia Assessment is an asset.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: $35.65-$44.56 per hour

Schedule:

 

  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • No weekends

 

COVID-19 considerations:

Daily COVID screening and checking temperature. Masks must be worn,

Please submit your resume to careers@louisbrier.com

The Cook is responsible for preparing assigned food items; planning the preparation and cooking schedule; cooking and seasoning food items; inspecting and tasting food; maintaining established food rotations; and assigning tasks to Food Service Workers.

RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Prepares assigned food items by following established menus and recipes, determining ingredients and quantities required and assembling ingredients and equipment.

2. Plans preparation and cooking schedule.

3. Cooks and seasons assigned food and therapeutic diet items such as soups, sauces, salads, meats/fish/poultry, vegetables and desserts by methods/procedures such as roasting, frying, grilling, steaming, poaching, boiling and baking.

4. Inspects and tastes food for temperature and quality, and adjusts accordingly.

5. Carves food items such as meat and poultry, and controls portioning of food items to ensure recipe yield meets assigned quantity quotas.

6. Maintains established rotations of food in storage, and utilizes left-over prepared foods to minimize spoilage and waste.

7. Maintains equipment and work areas in clean and tidy condition, and reports equipment problems as necessary.

8. Assigns tasks to designated Food Service Workers in absence of Supervisor, Food Services and Manager. May be required to call in employees for urgent relief assignments according to established procedures.

9. Ensures the safety of residents while performing work tasks and reports any adverse events to supervisor immediately.

10. Performs other related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

Graduation from a recognized 12-month program in cooking, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Food Safe Certificate required.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Casual

Salary: $23.81 per hour

Benefits:

  • Dental care
  • Extended health care
  • On-site parking
  • Vision care
  • Wellness program

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift

COVID-19 considerations:

Daily Covid Screening and Rapid Antigen Testing. Masks, goggles

Please submit your resume to careers@louisbrier.com

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Status” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay). Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through innovation, education, research, partnerships and collaboration through the contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

Our vision is to be a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

We live by our Values – CHAI (Hebrew word for LIFE): Caring, Health, Safety and Wellness, Accountability, and Integrity. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

Reporting to the Manager, Allied Health Services, the Physiotherapist is responsible for providing clinical services to residents at LBHH and Weinberg Residence. The OT assesses the individual needs of residents, and develops implements and evaluates appropriate rehabilitation plans and programs.

The services are delivered within the framework of an elderly, predominantly Jewish community with diverse ethnic and cultural experiences.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develops, implements and evaluates physiotherapy procedures, standards and practice.
  • Assesses individual resident’s needs by visiting the resident, observing mobility/behavior patterns, reviewing the health record, and using other relevant assessment methods.
  • Plans and implements appropriate care plans; consults with nursing staff and resident’s physician as necessary; evaluates and documents care on an ongoing basis.
  • Provides day-to-day direct supervision to Rehabilitation Assistant as assigned.
  • Ensures safety of residents during all tasks; reports any adverse events or near-misses to supervisor immediately.
  • Provides input to Interdisciplinary Care planning, through participation in conferences and Team meetings.
  • Reviews and recommends adaptive devices/equipment.
  • Provides Extended Care Dining Room support and supervision as necessary. Ensures the safety of residents during all tasks performed and reports any adverse events to supervisor immediately.
  • Assists Rehabilitation Team to provide staff education regarding safe work practices.
  • Develops, interprets and implements policies and procedures for assigned areas. Provides input to Leader, Rehabilitation Services and to relevant Committees as required.
  • Assists Leader, Rehabilitation Services to establish and implement CQI initiatives for Rehabilitation Services.
  • Reviews related equipment and supplies; recommends purchases; and ensures appropriate maintenance.
  • Keeps up-to-date on current geriatric rehabilitation practice through continuing education, journals, professional associations and activities. Attends meetings, conferences and workshops as a representative of LBHH when required.
  • Assumes other related duties/responsibilities as required.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Must be registered with College of Physiotherapists of BC, and be eligible for membership in Canadian Association of Physiotherapy.

Experience in a long-term care/geriatrics environment is essential.

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: $37.24-$46.39 per hour

Benefits:

  • Dental care
  • Extended health care
  • On-site parking
  • Vision care

Schedule:

  • 8 hour shift

Please submit your resume to careers@louisbrier.com

Hours of Work: Days/Evenings/Nights – 0700-1500/1500-2300/2300-0700

Wage Grid: 21.37/hour, Grid 11

 Purpose of the Position: Reporting to the Nursing Managers and working under the general direction of a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse, performs a variety of non-direct and/or non-clinical healthcare supports to clients, residents, families, and/or visitors in accordance with the established care plan and safety requirements.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Participates as an integral member of a healthcare delivery team to provide a variety of non-direct and/or non-clinical healthcare supports to clients, residents, families and/or visitors to meet established needs.
  • Establishes rapport with clients, residents and families, and assists in promoting physical, emotional, cultural, social, and spiritual well-being. Observes clients and residents, and their environments, to identify and report unsafe conditions, behavioral and/or physical changes to designated supervisor.
  • Assists with mealtime activities; sets up, welcomes and transports clients or residents to dining areas, sets up and collects meal trays, assists with limited food preparation such as heating prepared food, making tea, coffee, toast, , etc. where clients or residents require support.
  • Provides assistance in carrying out activities; sets up supplies and equipment, assists with transporting clients or residents to designated areas, encourages participation in activities and provides support to clients or residents where required.
  • Performs housekeeping duties such as sweeping and mopping floors, vacuuming, dusting, washing dishes, and washing, drying, folding, and delivering laundry, where required.
  • Greets visitors and others in accordance with established safety, security and infection control procedures and guidelines; provides information and/or redirects to appropriate person or area, where required.
  • Checks and restocks supplies as required, including personal care, first aid, and housekeeping supplies and assists in taking inventory.
  • Completes and maintains related records electronically, or using documents such as inter-shift communication books, daily log sheets and progress reports related to non-direct and/or non-clinical healthcare activities.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Grade 10, including successful completion of English 10 or equivalency.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to organize work.
  • Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.
  • Ability to operate related equipment.

We invite interested applicants to submit their cover letter and resume to: careers@louisbrier.com

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Standing” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay). Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through innovation, education, research, partnerships and collaboration through the contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage. Our vision is to be a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions. We live by our Values – CHAI (Hebrew word for LIFE): Caring, Health, Safety and Wellness, Accountability, and Integrity. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position. 

Reporting to the Executive Director, Resident Services & Inter-Professional Practice, and working in collaboration with Manager, Weinberg Residence, the Manager, Food Services is accountable for the hiring, development, and supervision of all food service personnel and the day-to-day operations of food production, preparation and distribution. The Manager participates in budgetary planning, and leads program and service delivery planning, implementation and evaluation to meet annual objectives.  The Manager maintains and provides statistical, financial and quality improvement reports as required and shares responsibility for overall operation of the department and provides support and supervision to the Chef, Weinberg Residence. Responsibilities include: Overseeing the day to day activity of food services staff; establishing and overseeing standardized production schedules, recipes, inventory levels and reheat methods; monitoring and evaluating the achievement of service objectives; contributing to the development of service area standards, policies and procedures; developing direct charge and contract order sheets; interpreting and communicating regulations and standards to staff.  In collaboration with the Director, HR, is responsible for recruitment, performance management, attendance management, and discipline; representing the Employer on joint union/management meetings; administering the collective agreement; participating in the development of Food Services mission, philosophy, policies, objectives and standards and Continuous Quality Improvement; providing input into the menu planning, auditing and recipe development process; participating in development of essential services plans; monitoring equipment for preventative maintenance, repairs and replacement; providing input regarding capital and operating budget requirements, as well as soliciting, negotiating and recommending product and equipment bids and contracts; contributing to the resolution of issues related to food safety, client satisfaction, food waste and menu audits; and co-managing food and catering services.

Responsibilities

1.     Oversees all food services staff, chef at Louis Brier and Weinberg Residence by providing leadership, training and direction, mentorship, coordinating work assignments, approving vacations, ensuring continual staff development by determining related training and orientation requirements and maintaining all related documentation. Manages Red Seal Apprentice training, development and internal advancement opportunities. By example, leads a positive workplace culture of respect and inclusivity

2.     Establishes and oversees standardized production schedules, menus, recipe maintenance and development, procurement, inventory levels and reheat methods. Evaluates audit results related to foods being prepared, served and distributed to ensure established standards of quality, quantity and safety, including accurate textures, are maintained. Ensures food safety systems compliance. Works with BC Kosher and mashgiach, according to kosher laws. Coordinates menus between LBHH and WR for ease of execution, product freshness, resident satisfaction and minimization of waste.

3.     Monitors and evaluates the achievement of service objectives at LBHH/WR. Represents and communicates for Food Service Department to stakeholders/residents/senior management. Promotes positive interdepartmental relationships through effective communication consulting and negotiating with user departments.

4.     Contributes to the development, implementation and review of service area systems, standards, policies and procedures to ensure they comply with legal and professional standards. Leads the overall strategic plan for departmental operations. Analyzes current situations and future requirements and sets priorities for planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating strategies. Works within the context of the organization’s long-range strategic plans.

5.     Uses procurement processes and vendor relationships to solicit new bids for products and equipment to maximize potential rebates and added value. Negotiates new contracts as needed for the betterment of LBHH/WR. Participates in establishment of product and service specifications for tendering of new contracts within the portfolio. Adjusts menus, production and work flows to accommodate preferred products.

6.     Develops, revises and prepares direct charge and contract order sheets for the acquisition of supplies; implements organization’s food service standards regarding products, receiving, storage and rotation of food. Meets with vendor representatives to discuss quality and delivery issues and/or concerns and to review new products.

7.     Interprets and communicates regulations and standards to staff to ensure adherence to practices and procedures compliant with Work Safe BC regulations and standards. Participates in return to work initiatives, fire prevention and disaster plans as required.

8.     Responsible for recruitment, performance management, attendance management, and discipline measures as required for all Food Services positions for LBHH/WR.

9.     Represents the Employer on joint union/management meetings for the purpose of information sharing and problem solving. Participates on employer committees as required.

10.  Administers the collective agreement and provides interpretation to departmental staff regarding issues related to leave requests, relief scheduling, hours of work, and timekeeping.

11.  Consults with Human Resources for the purpose of responding to grievances, employee time and attendance management, and other performance and labour relations issues.

12.  Participates in the development of Food Services mission, philosophy, policies, objectives and standards and Continuous Quality Improvement by reviewing audit results.

13.  Facilitates stakeholder feedback and incorporates input into the menu planning, recipe development, and food services delivery processes to meet the satisfaction and diet needs of residents, family and other stakeholders (ie. via Committee Meetings, Resident Council, Family Council, Town Hall`s, etc.).

14.  Manages food services and catering services ensuring adherence to production and service capabilities, cost constraint, presentation and nutritional requirement as established with Nutritional Standard Guidelines. 

15.  Monitors equipment for preventative maintenance, repairs and replacement; troubleshoots and completes routine work orders for repair service. Recommends purchase/replacement of equipment.

16.  In consultation with the Executive Director, Resident Services & Inter-Professional Practice and Director, Finance, develops capital and operating budget requirements. Reports on budget variances, advising and updating senior leadership of issues and concerns.

17.  Works with Dieticians on issues related to food safety, textures, client satisfaction, food waste and menu audits. Leads both Food Service Committees and incorporates feedback into operational planning. Interprets results and leads the implementation of corrective action, communicates same to staff and monitors for quality and consistency.

18.  Participates in development of essential services plans in preparation of job action with significant involvement in essential service levels, menu and staff planning, logistics, training and execution.

19.  Performs other duties as required.

Qualifications

A level of education, training and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree in Food Service Administration or completion of an approved post-secondary course as a Food Service Supervisor/Manager and five (5) years’ recent related experience in service management in health facilities including operational experience with quality assurance programs and food service policy and procedures within a healthcare setting. Completion of relevant health care administration courses and graduation from a recognized culinary training course is an asset.

Please submit you resume to:

 careers@louisbrier.com

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Status” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay).

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through innovation, education, research, partnerships and collaboration through the contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

Our Vision is to be a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

We live by our Values – CHAI (Hebrew word for LIFE): Caring, Health, Safety and Wellness, Accountability, and Integrity. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

Situated within the Louis Brier (LBHH) & Weinberg (WR) Residence, the CNL reports directly to the Director, Resident Care and is responsible for monitoring the quality of nursing care throughout the organization, as well as, mentoring and supporting the care team.

In collaboration with the Director, the incumbent identifies, practice/clinical concerns and develops and delivers appropriate training and education activities, monitors, audits, and revises policies and procedures to meet current standards of practice (as applicable), best practice and evidence based performance.

The CNL is responsible to ensures that resident needs (including clinical, psychosocial, and spiritual) are met through the adherence to established skill mix and staffing levels, focusing on the delivery of safe quality care. The CNL is expected to exercise clinical and professional judgement, should staffing and skill mix level require changes to reflect the changing needs of the resident needs.

The CNL models and promotes excellence through extensive knowledge and experience in Geriatric nursing and additional in depth knowledge in particular areas such as Palliative Care, Wound Management, Falls Prevention, Documentation, and Quality Improvement. If necessary and relevant the CNL may assume a hands on delivery of nursing care to residents, as part of her/his role of training, education, and mentoring (if and when required) or by providing seasoned advice and/or recommendations to the registered and non-registered staff, when faced with difficult or unusual circumstances.

As a member of the multi-disciplinary care team, the CNL acts as an educator, resource, and mentor to guide the care team (when appropriate) from being task oriented to assume a more empowered analytical thinking and care giving approach and practice. These provisions have a direct and significant impact on the quality of services delivered to residents and their families, and on the cost of the services provided. Based on resident needs and acuity, the CNL may be required to provide hands on direct resident care in accordance to BCCNP standards of practice for Registered Nurses.

Works collaboratively with the Management Team to develop a culture that supports the Facilities Code of Conduct and the behaviors flowing from it. Investigates and recommends a course of action on all Code of Conduct complaints.

QUALIFICATIONS

· Bachelor of Nursing Degree required.

· Certification in Gerontological Nursing preferred.

· Current practicing registration as a Registered Nurse with the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (CRNBC) required.

EXPERIENCE: A minimum of 3 (three) years recent related clinical nursing experience in a geriatric practice environment

Salary: $43.09-$52.82 per hour

Interested candidates are invited to submit their cover letter and resume to: careers@louisbrier.com

 

 

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospitalis a 215 bed accredited residential facility situated next the Weinberg Residence which is home to 40 assisted living and 20 private pay complex care residents. Our mission at Louis Brier Home & Hospital/Weinberg Residence (LBHH/WR) is to provide exemplary care to residents and families within a supportive and caring community, consistent with Jewish values and traditions. As part of our resident and patient care focus, we value every resident’s right to be involved in decisions about their care, and we value families’ participation in decisions affecting their loved ones. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position. As innovative leaders in eldercare, our vision is to enrich the quality of life of Jewish seniors in everything we do.

The Social Worker is an integral member of the interdisciplinary Care and Services Team, and provides input/support to problem-solving and decision-making concerning resident issues/concerns. Services are delivered to residents at Louis Brier Home and Hospital and at Weinberg Residence within the framework of an elderly, predominantly-Jewish community with diverse ethnic and cultural experiences.

RESPONSIBILITIES

· In conjunction with Allied Health Service Manager, the Social Worker plans, organizes, implements and evaluates Social Work services facility-wide. Assists in establishing service objectives, policies, procedures, standards and practice.

· Responsible for pre-admission process: interviews residents/applicants; provides information, tours and support to resident and family; ensures all necessary data-bases are completed and documented on the resident healthcare record; liaises with families, Continuing Care, physicians, and community/hospital workers as necessary.

· Provides ongoing individual and group counselling services to residents and families for any social, environmental, economic and emotional problems. . Identifies areas of need and opportunities for growth/support in residents, families and community.

· Acts as advocate on behalf of any applicant whose psycho-social or religious circumstances warrant special considerations; represents Louis Brier Home and Hospital perspectives regarding ability to care for applicants’ particular needs;

· Provides assistance to residents regarding macro-level issues, including correspondence, completion of forms, communication with government agencies, etc. Assists residents to utilize community resources.

· Works with the resident and the care team proactively to solve interpersonal or behavioral issues a resident may be experiencing

· Provides education to residents and families members regarding advance care directives and healthcare decision making

· Assists in mediation and conflict resolution as issues arise

· Prepares and maintains all required statistics, records and reports.

· Acts as liaison with community agencies and professionals regarding needs of LBHH applicants and residents, and interprets LBHH function to the community. Represents LBHH at external meetings as appropriate. Participates in community collaborative projects (i.e. Jewish Seniors Services).

· Ensures safety of residents during all tasks and reports any adverse events or near-misses immediately.

· Maintains level of professional knowledge/skills through review of current literature, contact with peer professionals and attendance at conferences/seminars.

· Performs other related duties as required.

QUALIFICATIONS

Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited university including or supplemented by course-work in Gerontology, registration with the BC College of Social Workers, and two years or recent related experience preferably in Long Term Care or Geriatrics. .

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

· Strong verbal and written communication skills.

· Proven effective interpersonal and counseling skills, including strong team skills, sensitivity to the needs and feelings of the elderly.

· Proven organizational skills and the ability to set goals, prioritize work, and adapt to changing priorities.

· Demonstrated problem-solving approach to clinical situations.

· Strong computer skills.

· Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $36.99-$46.27 per hour

Reporting to the Manager, Allied Health Services, and as a member of the Rehabilitation Team, the Occupational Therapist (OT) is responsible for providing clinical services to residents at LBHH and Weinberg Residence. The OT assesses the individual needs of residents, and develops, implements and evaluates appropriate rehabilitation plans and programs.

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Status” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay).

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through innovation, education, and research, partnerships and collaboration., the contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

Our Vision is to be a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

 We live by our Values – CHAI (Hebrew word for LIFE): Caring, Health, Safety and Wellness, Accountability, and Integrity. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must be registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of BC, and be eligible for membership in the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists. Experience in a long-term care/geriatrics environment is essential including strong knowledge of complex seating and swallowing assessment, and strong knowledge of falls prevention and management

Salary: $35.98-$44.79 per hour

To apply for this position please forward your covering letter and resume to: careers@louisbrier.com

Physiotherapist – Part Time 0.5 FTE

 

 

Reporting to the Manager, Allied Health Services, and as a member of the Rehabilitation Team, the Occupational Therapist (OT) is responsible for providing clinical services to residents at LBHH and Weinberg Residence. The OT assesses the individual needs of residents, and develops, implements and evaluates appropriate rehabilitation plans and programs.

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Status” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay).

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through innovation, education, and research, partnerships and collaboration., the contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

Our Vision is to be a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

 We live by our Values – CHAI (Hebrew word for LIFE): Caring, Health, Safety and Wellness, Accountability, and Integrity. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must be registered with the College of Physiotherapists of BC, and be eligible for membership in the Canadian Association of Physiotherapy. Experience in a long-term care/geriatrics environment.

Salary: $35.98-$44.79 per hour

To apply for this position please forward your covering letter and resume to: careers@louisbrier.com

Occupational Therapist – Part Time 0.5 FTE

 

 

Reporting to the Manager, Allied Health Services, and as a member of the Rehabilitation Team, the Occupational Therapist (OT) is responsible for providing clinical services to residents at LBHH and Weinberg Residence. The OT assesses the individual needs of residents, and develops, implements and evaluates appropriate rehabilitation plans and programs.

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Status” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay).

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through innovation, education, and research, partnerships and collaboration., the contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

Our Vision is to be a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

 We live by our Values – CHAI (Hebrew word for LIFE): Caring, Health, Safety and Wellness, Accountability, and Integrity. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must be registered with the College of Occupational Therapists of BC, and be eligible for membership in the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists. Experience in a long-term care/geriatrics environment is essential including strong knowledge of complex seating and swallowing assessment, and strong knowledge of falls prevention and management

Salary: $35.98-$44.79 per hour

To apply for this position please forward your covering letter and resume to: careers@louisbrier.com

Licensed Practical Nurses

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is a 215 bed accredited residential care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence, which is home to 40 assisted living and 20 private pay complex care residents.

Did you Know?

Louis Brier Home & Hospital is a teaching facility for students in the UBC Faculty of Medicine and the UBC School of Nursing. If you would like to know more about us, here is what a recent hire had to say:

As part of our resident and family-centred care philosophy, we value every resident’s right to be involved in decisions about their care, and we value families’ participation in decisions affecting their loved ones. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH & WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

Our Vision is to be recognized as a centre of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centred care for seniors through:

  • Innovation, education and research
  • Partnerships and collaboration
  • The contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

What we offer:

  • Relocation Allowance
  • Over 400 employees
  • 8 hour shifts
  • Unionized – BCNU
  • Great opportunities for growth and education
  • Centrally located with easy transportation options
  • Free parking available on site
  • Accredited with Exemplary Standing

Qualifications:

Graduation from a recognized program for Practical Nurses including recent training in Pharmacology, Dementia-care and care of the elderly. Current full practicing licensure with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM). Current CPR and Standard First Aide.

Job Types: Full Time and Part Time

Salary: $28.43-$32.98 per hour

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Salary: $28.43-$32.98 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
Daily Covid Screening including temperature, PPEs

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is a 215 bed accredited residential care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence, which is home to 40 assisted living and 20 private pay complex care residents.

Did you Know?

Louis Brier Home & Hospital is a teaching facility for students in the UBC Faculty of Medicine and the UBC School of Nursing. If you would like to know more about us, here is what a recent hire had to say:

As part of our resident and family-centred care philosophy, we value every resident’s right to be involved in decisions about their care, and we value families’ participation in decisions affecting their loved ones. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH & WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

Our Vision is to be recognized as a centre of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centred care for seniors through:

  • Innovation, education and research
  • Partnerships and collaboration
  • The contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

What we offer:

  • Relocation Allowance
  • Over 400 employees
  • 8 hour shifts
  • Unionized – BCNU
  • Great opportunities for growth and education
  • Centrally located with easy transportation options
  • Free parking available on site
  • Accredited with Exemplary Standing

Qualifications:

Graduated of an approved School of Nursing and one year’s recent related experience supplemented by current registration with the BC College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM). Current CPR required. Long Term Care / Gerontology training and/or experience is an asset. New Graduates Welcomed!!!

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: $36.23-$47.58 per hour

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Salary: $36.23-$47.58 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
Daily COVID screening and checking temperature, PPEs

Registered Psychiatric Nurses

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is a 215 bed accredited residential care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence, which is home to 40 assisted living and 20 private pay complex care residents.

Did you Know?

Louis Brier Home & Hospital is a teaching facility for students in the UBC Faculty of Medicine and the UBC School of Nursing. If you would like to know more about us, here is what a recent hire had to say: https://youtu.be/Fz9OAQCyaKs

As part of our resident and family-centred care philosophy, we value every resident’s right to be involved in decisions about their care, and we value families’ participation in decisions affecting their loved ones. Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH & WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

Our Vision is to be recognized as a centre of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centred care for seniors through:

  • Innovation, education and research
  • Partnerships and collaboration
  • The contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

What we offer:

  • Relocation Allowance
  • Over 400 employees
  • 8 hour shifts
  • Unionized – BCNU, HEU, HSA
  • Great opportunities for growth and

 Great opportunities for growth and education

  • Centrally located with easy transportation options
  • Free parking available on site
  • Accredited with Exemplary

Qualifications:

Graduated of an approved School of Nursing and one year’s recent related experience supplemented by current registration with the BC College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM). Current CPR required. Long Term Care / Gerontology training and/or experience is an asset.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Casual

Salary: $36.23-$47.58 per hour

Interested applicants are invited to submit their cover letter and resume to careers@louisbrier.com

Job Description

Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

Overview of Position:

Reporting to the Nurse Manager and working under the general direction of a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse, responsibilities include:

  • Provides personal care to residents such as bathing, toileting, dressing, grooming, feeding, oral hygiene and care of skin and nails.
  • Assists with transfers and mobilization of residents using body mechanics and mechanical aids such as walkers, wheelchairs and lifts by following the established ADL Care Plan.
  • Performs nursing procedures such as giving enemas, obtaining specimens, recording intake and output, instilling eye drops and administering minor non-sterile dressings.
  • Records observations and reports any changes/problems in residents’ condition, such as mobility, temperature, skin integrity, appetite and behaviour to designated Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse.
  • Transports residents to and from dining room areas, lounges and activity programs.
  • Ambulates residents as directed by care plan.
  • Assists residents with meals by serving and collecting meal trays, and feeding and assisting residents as required, including opening containers, cutting food, etc. Serves and monitors intake of nourishments to designated residents, and removes meal tray at end of meal period.
  • Ensures safety of residents during while performing all tasks and assignments, and reports any adverse events or near-misses to Supervisor immediately.
  • Maintains clean, safe environment by changing and making beds, sanitizing residents’ basins, bedpans and urinals. Replenishes unit and residents supplies as needed from designated storage area, and reports shortages to a Registered Nurse. Cleans service areas and service rooms.
  • Reports malfunctioning equipment and safety hazards to Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse immediately.
  • Charts information such as weight and blood pressure as directed. Attaches documents to charts, such as Nursing and Flow Sheets, Medication Administration Records, Laboratory and Special Examination Reports following review by the Registered Nurse.
  • Participates in Care planning for residents including establishing and maintaining current ADL Care Plans and Nursing Aide Flow Sheets.
  • Attends Staff Development and In-service Education programs when required.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

Qualifications:

Graduation from a recognized Health Care Aide program, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Eligible for registration with the BC Care Aide Registry.

Skills and abilities:

  • Ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to organize work.
  • Ability to deal effectively with others.
  • Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.
  • Ability to operate related equipment.

Job Types: Full-Time, Part-Time, Casual

Salary: $25.83 per hour

Please submit your resume and cover letter if you are interested in applying for the positions above – Click Here to Apply

Job Description

Currently, we are recruiting for several casual, on-call Housekeeping Aides & Laundry Workers.

Overview of Position:

The Housekeeping and Laundry Aide will be responsible for sweeping, damp-mopping floors, vacuuming carpets, dusting and polishing furniture, cleaning bathrooms and making beds. Areas where cleaning tasks are carried out include residents’ rooms, Assisted Living suites, public lounges and bathrooms, offices, and meeting rooms. As Laundry Worker, duties include operating machines and dryers, collecting, sorting and cleaning linen including personal laundry of residents, and folding, sorting and distributing clean items to user areas.

Requirements for the position include Grade 10. Related experience and a Building Service Worker certificate preferred.

Job Types: Full-Time, Part-Time, Temporary, Casual

Salary: $20.97 per hour

Please submit your resume and cover letter if you are interested in applying for the positions above – Click Here to Apply

Job Description

Under the direction of the Housekeeping and Laundry Manager, the Housekeeping Cleaner performs a variety of floor care and heavy cleaning projects in public spaces, and resident rooms; transports heavy furniture, equipment, and supplies throughout the facility as needed, collecting and disposal of garbage, attending to minor maintenance calls in the absence of maintenance as needed; and performs other related duties.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

Grade 10, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience, such as Building Service Worker training. Skills and abilities include the ability to operate other related equipment such as swing and buffing machine, auto scrubber, carpet shampoo; ability to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; ability to deal effectively with others; ability to organize work; ability to work independently; physical ability to carry out the duties of the position safely and in conformity to the facility’s standard.

Hours of Work: Monday to Thursday – 9:00 pm – 05:00 am with Friday to Sunday off.

Salary: $20.97 per hour

Status and FTE: Temporary Part-Time (0.84)

Duration: Until the return of Incumbent (After the successful completion of the Temporary assignment, the status will be casual)

Work Area or Unit: Louis Brier and Weinberg

Job Types:  Casual (On-Call)

Salary: $20.97 per hour

Please submit your resume and cover letter if you are interested in applying for the positions above – Click Here to Apply

Job Description

Located in the Oakridge area of Vancouver, B.C., Louis Brier Home and Hospital is an “Exemplary Status” accredited long-term care facility situated next to the Weinberg Residence (Assisted Living Suites and Multi-Level Care, both Private Pay).

Our Vision is to be recognized as a center of excellence for elders providing innovative and outstanding care consistent with Jewish values and traditions.

Our Mission is to provide exemplary resident and family-centered care for seniors through:

  • Innovation, education, and research
  • Partnerships and collaboration
  • The contributions of staff, volunteers, funding partners, and donors with a focus on quality and safety, all guided by Jewish heritage.

Our Values “CHAI” (Hebrew word for LIFE)

  • Caring
  • Health, Safety, and Wellness
  • Accountability
  • Integrity

Resident and employee safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at LBHH/WR, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.

Overview of Position:

The Food Service Worker / Dietary Aide will be responsible for performing a variety of duties related to serving meals, preparing tea/coffee, vegetables, sandwiches, and toast, cleaning dishes, trays, wagons, and food service areas.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

  • Grade 10, or an equivalent combination of education, training, experience
  • Food Safe Certification
  • Experience working in healthcare an asset

Job Type: Casual (On-Call)

Salary: $20.97 per hour

Please submit your resume and cover letter if you are interested in applying for the positions above – Click Here to Apply

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