At AgeCare, our mission is to empower residents to live their lives to the fullest by prioritizing their health and well-being. We firmly believe that we are working in our residents’ homes, and we dedicate ourselves to providing a comfortable and person-centered environment. Working in long term care is more than just a job; it is a calling for many of us.
As a Personal Support Worker, you will provide personal care and other services to residents while consistently maintaining the relevant health, hygiene, and safety standards. This role will provide you with access to development and education opportunities that will support you in your career growth. You will be part of a team that’s dedicated to making a difference in the lives of others, with the opportunity to interact and form meaningful bonds with residents. You will also:
What You Will Do:
- Provide residents with high quality personal care assistance with grooming, hygiene, toileting, bathing, mobility, feeding assistance, and restorative nursing care programs.
- Offer input in the development of resident plans of care and quality improvement initiatives.
- Maintain a safe and secure environment for residents, visitors and other staff members.
- Attend to individual needs of the residents, protect/assist with their belongings, and encourage residents to maintain physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being.
- Assist in the admissions and discharge of residents.
- Engage and interact with the residents, family members, visitors and volunteers in a courteous and professional manner.
- Documentation related to resident care related tasks and care items.
- Participate in Infection Prevention and Control practices including cleaning, sterilization and disinfection of nursing equipment.
- Management and distribution of resident care supplies
- Perform other related duties as required.
What You Will Need:
- Completed PSW certification/nursing degree or currently enrolled in a nursing program.
- Demonstrated empathy and understanding of the needs of seniors.
- Ability to work identified shifts and rotating weekends.
- Additional education related to Dementia and Palliative Care an asset.
- Reliable source of transportation is required, limited public transit
250 Tain St, Parkhill, ON N0M 2K0
Part Time and Full Time