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Occupational Health Nurse, North York, Oncidium

Published 2022-07-16
Expires 2022-08-16
ID #1088577728
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Occupational Health Nurse, North York, Oncidium
Canada, Ontario, North York,
Published July 16, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Occupational health nurse


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About Us:  Oncidium (company link: https://www.oncidium.ca/ ) is a company with big ambitions, a diverse and vibrant workforce, and a goal of improving the lives of Canadians. Oncidium is an established and growing Canadian employer market health management company with over 30 years of experience. We help employers and employees maintain a healthy and successful workplace. Our focus is to deliver caring, effective, and evidence-based occupational health and absence management services. Oncidium is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CloudMD, a health technology company driven by digital transformation in healthcare through a patient-centric approach and an emphasis on continuity of care. CloudMD offers SaaS-based health technology solutions to healthcare providers across North America.


Working at Oncidium offers the opportunity to participate in the rapidly growing employer health market with the chance to create synergies and new health products and services for organizations across Canada. 


Position Summary:  We are actively seeking an experienced "Occupational Health Nurse" with strong case management skills to support our major clients in the Greater Toronto area.  As an occupational health nurse, you will offer health services to all employees, including education, promotion of positive health models, treatment of illness and injury, and follow-up of ill and injured workers.


We value our teammates, and we offer you full support from our clinical team, In addition, we offer a competitive compensation package including group benefits.


No of Open positions: Multiple Vacancies 


Job Status: Permanent, Full-Time / Part-time 


Responsibilities:



Provide primary care for occupational and non-occupational injuries and illnesses, including effective nursing assessment skills, preparation of care plan, treatment, referral.


Preparation of Return to Work Plan, as indicated


Able to work independently with support from our multidisciplinary team


​Maintain an accurate, timely, and premium record-keeping system


Provide medical monitoring and surveillance for workers


Identify health needs for workers, develop objectives, and implement programs in health promotion, maintenance, and rehabilitation


Participate in Wellness Programs appropriate to the needs of the employee workforce


Cooperate with and act as a resource to the appropriate personnel in developing and maintaining a safe work environment


Evaluate the nursing service provided for appropriateness and effectiveness



Work Hours and Benefits:



Location of work: North York, ON M2R 3T4


Pay range: shall be commensurate with experience.


Group Benefits package offered (Extended Healthcare/Dental/Vision Care)


Hours of Work: Continental shift timings



Skills & Qualifications:



Must be a Registered Nurse in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO).


Minimum 1- 3 years of experience in Occupational Health Nursing is a must 


Minimum 2-5 years of experience as an RN or RPN is a must.


A Diploma (DOHN) and/or Certification in Occupational Health Nursing (COHN-C) is considered an asset.


Valid CPR and First Aid certifications are a must.


Demonstrated working knowledge and understanding of disability legislation and regulations, including Duty to Accommodate, Employment Equity Act, Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, Human Rights Legislation, Accessibility Ontario Disability Act (AODA), Occupational Health and Safety Act.


Demonstrated problem-solving abilities.


Demonstrated ability to maintain strict confidentiality in all areas of responsibility.


Excellent interpersonal, diplomacy, and communication skills.


Proficient in computer programs including Electronic Medical Records (EMR), Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.



COVID-19 precaution(s):



Remote interview process


Personal protective equipment provided or required


Social distancing guidelines in place


Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place



         If you feel like this is an ideal opportunity for you then apply today!

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