- Assumes responsibility for coordinating/planning resident care on their designated units on an ongoing regular basis.
- Directs all levels of nursing staff on the designated shift by ensuring that optimal quality of care is provided to all residents.
- Fosters the client-focused multi-disciplinary team approach to resident care.
- Practices within the CRNM standards of nursing care, Simkin Centre standards and the CNA code of ethics.
- Performs all duties in accordance with established health and safety regulations/guidelines, policies and procedures.
- Current registration in the College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (CRNM).
- Bachelor of nursing degree an asset.
- Continuing education courses related to gerontology, ethics, leadership, behavioural management skills, psychiatry or general upgrading in current nursing skills are an asset.
- Current certification in Heart Saver or B.C.L.S.
- N.A. certification in Gerontology an asset.
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
- Preferred three years experience in Geriatric and/or Rehabilitative Nursing.
- Must possess good organization and communication skills.
- Must have a high level of human relations and communication skills.
- Must have a good performance and attendance record.
- Must be innovative, self-motivated and progressive.
CLOSING DATE: November 15, 2017 @1300
From Saturday’s Globe and Mail.
The donors: Sheila and David Brodovsky and Maurice Tauber
The gift: Raising $70,000 and climbing
The cause: Scholarships for staff at Winnipeg’s Simkin Centre
When David Brodovsky was growing up in Winnipeg in the 1930s, his family faced sudden hardship when his father died.
“My father died when I was an infant, leaving mom with three kids under four in the middle of the Depression,” Dr. Brodovsky, 83, recalled from his home in Winnipeg. “She worked very hard and taught at school.” The example of their mother’s hard work and commitment to education left a lasting impression on the children. They all ended up in the medical profession; Dr. Brodovsky and his brother as doctors and their sister as a nutritionist.
For many years, Dr. Brodovsky’s elderly relatives lived at the Saul & Claribel Simkin Centre in Winnipeg, a care home based on Jewish traditions. The father of his friend Maurice Tauber also stayed there and they all wanted to do something to thank the staff after their last family member died in 2009. They decided to set up a scholarship and began donating money together with other family members. Today, the fund has grown to around $70,000, and each year the group awards one scholarship worth $2,500 to the child of a staff member.
“We’re very grateful for the care and consideration of many of the employees,” said Dr. Brodovsky, who added that they hope to eventually fund another scholarship. “This is a way to thank them for the many kindnesses they gave.”
Our Resident Tuck Shop had it’s Grand Opening Sunday, October 1st. There was a wide variety of items for residents to choose from. If you are interested in volunteering for this once a week opportunity, please visit our website at this link http://www.simkincentre.ca/volunteer/ and sign up.
New Garden Cafe Hours – Monday to Friday (11:00 am to 3:30 pm), Closed Saturday and Sunday.
Resident Council asked for a Tuck Shop. We listened. Residents will now be able to purchase kleenex, tooth paste and other small items. Items offered will depend on resident requests.