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Our innovative environment allows you the opportunity to help carve out the future of complex continuing care and make a difference in the lives of our patients and the community. If you have what it takes to be a part of our dedicated interprofessional team, check out our current career opportunities below: 

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Staff: Account Receivable Coordinator

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Position Number : ARC-1019 | Date Updated : October 8th, 2019

Temporary Full-time - The accounts receivable coordinator (coordinator) works collaboratively, delivering consistent, accurate and timely information while providing excellent customer service to patients and their families. The coordinator will ensure the organization’s billing and receivables functions are met to include but not limited to the monthly patient billings, maintaining the accounts receivable sub-ledgers, monthly journal entries, account reconciliations, accruals and patient collections and refunds.

Application Deadline: October 23, 2019 @ 16h00

Responsibilities include:

  • Prepares patient file for new admissions
  • Tracks, prepares and posts all day-to-day patient billing invoices and payments
  • Prepares and posts all transactions related to patient trust accounts
  • Completes and analyzes monthly patient operating and trust account reconciliations
  • Documents in a timely and accurate manner for patient operating and trust account refunds for director of finance approval
  • Collaborates with internal and external stakeholders related to patient revenues, receivables and bad debt
  • Completes, analyzes and produces accurate and timely monthly journal entries
  • Responsible for the collection of all receivable balances
  • Ensures patient transfers are recorded accurately and verifies any discrepancies
  • Reconciles, provides information and/or resolves accounting issues and discrepancies
  • Processes credit card and pre-authorized payments charges for patient billing
  • Applies cash receipts to the correct aged patient receivable balance
  • Tracks, monitors and issues all donation tax receipts to donors in a timely manner
  • Responsible for all petty cash floats and prepares and processes parking charges
  • Sets up all new vendors into the Great Plans General Ledger

The successful candidate will have the following qualifications/experience:

  • University degree – accounting, business or commerce
  • Professional accounting designation (CPA-CGA, CPA-CMA, CPA-CA) is an asset
  • Previous relevant experience in hospital/healthcare environments
  • Solid experience in computerized financial programs including G/L and A/R
  • Windows Operating System, Microsoft Word, Intermediate Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Large Integrated Accounting Systems (Microsoft Dynamics/GP is an asset) and MediAR
  • Proven ability to calculate, post and manage accounting figures and financial records
  • Solid experience in computerized financial programs including G/L and A/R
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and must be able to effectively answer queries from patients and families

                                              Staff: Application Support Specialist

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                                              Position Number : ASS-1019 | Date Updated : October 7th, 2019

                                              Permanent Full-time - The application support specialist is responsible for the maintenance, support, and security of all the applications required for supporting hospital operations, including but not limited to databases and interfaces. The application support specialist also provides expert application support for all internal users, employing a high degree of customer service, technical expertise, and timeliness. The incumbent may also be assigned to projects and be required to provide business analysis support.

                                              Application Deadline: October 22, 2019 @ 16h00

                                              Responsibilities Include:

                                              • Participates in a seven-day support schedule with support hours covering planned and unplanned events
                                              • Provide end-user technical support for applications, databases, reports, and interfaces
                                              • Plan and support application upgrades in conjunction with sponsors, users and vendors
                                              • Manage service levels (fielding calls, requests, incidents, etc.)
                                              • Perform system administrator functions for hospital sites
                                              • Use system administrator privileges to set up and edit hospital profiles
                                              • Assist users as needed with application on-boarding (user management)
                                              • Monitor system performance and identify whether contractual performance levels are being met
                                              • Conduct problem recognition, investigation, resolution and follow-up steps
                                              • Apply change management procedures in the application of vendor patches/upgrades and customer enhancement requests
                                              • Document and conduct application monitoring to reduce potential for application downtime
                                              • Track and maintain inventories
                                              • Participate in business requirements definition, testing, training, implementation and support
                                              • Use industry standard analysis techniques to uncover customer requirements such as dataflow modeling, use-case analysis, workflow analysis, functional decomposition analysis, data modeling and object modeling
                                              • Lead working group discussions with end users to optimize application usage and functionality
                                              • Document the results of analysis activities using the appropriate templates or analysis tools
                                              • Research and evaluate emerging applications for the future direction of the hospital
                                              • Provide technical expertise, usually as a member of a project team, in the analysis, design, and development of business applications
                                              • May be required to conduct classroom and individual training on various systems, including new employee orientation and application proficiency training
                                              • Participate in special projects, as required and assume ‘on-call’ responsibilities as per Hospital policy

                                              The successful candidate will possess the following skills/qualifications:

                                                  • Diploma or post-secondary education in computer science
                                                  • Desired certifications: HL7 certification, Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS), Microsoft Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA), Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Database Administrator (MCITPD), Oracle Database Administrator Certified Professional, Oracle Database Administrator Certified Associate
                                                  • Four to six years of experience in business application design, development, installation and modification in an online environment
                                                  • Experience in the healthcare industry or in a similar production/service environment
                                                  • Knowledge of project management techniques and ITIL best practice
                                                  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills; customer service etiquette
                                                  • Ability to organize multiple deliverables and respond to changing priorities
                                                  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, and conceptual skills
                                                  • Strong oral & written communication skills, with exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail

                                                  Staff: Environmental Aide - CAS

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                                                  Position Number : EA-1219 | Date Updated : October 7th, 2019

                                                  Casual - As a member of the environmental services team, the environmental aide will provide all user departments with adequate linen and patient care items for each 24 hour period. Additionally, the environmental aide will provide in-house laundry service for all non-standard linens as well as preparation of soiled linen for shipment and receive clean linen when delivered. The environmental aide will also maintain a clean environment and necessary clean supplies, and participate in continuous quality improvement program.

                                                  Application Deadline October 15, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                  Responsibilities Include:

                                                  • Deliver adequate linen and patient care items to all nursing units daily
                                                  • Prepare soiled linen for shipment to purchased hospital laundry services
                                                  • Maintain a clean and safe environment and follow proper infection control practices
                                                  • Order linen and supplies as required
                                                  • Unload clean linen from external laundry service, reload soiled linen containers for shipment (weigh all outgoing linen) on a daily basis
                                                  • Sort and restock all linen carts, as per quota; transport all clean linen to user department
                                                  • Deliver additional requests i.e. linen, patient care items, etc.
                                                  • Launder patient care items, special protective devices and cubicle curtains
                                                  • Deliver cleaning supplies to user departments
                                                  • Maintain record of all activities
                                                  • Keep the linen department clean, including counters, carts and other equipment
                                                  • Attend educational sessions as requested
                                                  • Support the occupational health and safety program, make health and safety a daily routine, ensure that safe work methods are followed and comply with relevant legislation

                                                  The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications/experience:

                                                  • Completion of secondary school or equivalent
                                                  • Experience in a hospital or healthcare setting is preferred
                                                  • Computer skills are an asset
                                                  • Must be capable of pushing heavy carts, lifting heavy cartons and frequent bending
                                                  • Must be able to stand and/or walk for the majority of the day
                                                  • Good communication skills in both oral and written English
                                                  • Excellent time management and organizational skills


                                                  Staff: Utilization Coordinator - Revenue

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                                                  Position Number : UCR-1019 | Date Updated : October 2nd, 2019

                                                  Permanent Full-Time - The utilization coordinator - revenue, reporting to the manager of operational effectiveness and excellence will be responsible for resident assessment instrument (RAI), minimal data set (MDS) and national rehabilitation reporting system (NRS) data entry, auditing, training/ educating, reporting and analyzing all aspects of MDS/NRS. This role supports the clinical teams and provides expertise i.e. estimated length of stay, clinical/statistical analysis and participates in the implementation of software systems and enhancement. The utilization coordinator - revenue will also be responsible for identifying, communicating and implementing process to identify issues and generate revenue opportunities using MDS and NRS findings.

                                                  Application Deadline: October 16, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                  Responsibilities include:

                                                    Data entry/coordination/analysis of all required resident assessment instruments (RAI), Minimum Data Set (MDS), National Rehabilitation Reporting System (NRS) per Ministry of Health and CIHI regulations to ensure timely completion
                                                  • Meets the mandated reporting requirements of the Ministry of Health and the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) Chronic Care Reporting System (CCRS)
                                                  • Timely transmission of all required patient assessment data per CIHI guidelines
                                                  • Identify the need for and appropriately coordinating in-house training including access to online CIHI training to continually improve data quality
                                                  • Provide the education, training and MDS/NRS to clinical staff in the use of the MDS/NRS tools and software
                                                  • Maintain and revise educational/assessment required materials for MDS/NRS
                                                  • Acts as an expert resource regarding the assessment tool content and process requirements
                                                  • Acting as resource person for NRS/MDS issues and troubleshooting as necessary
                                                  • Collaborate with staff, patient care managers (PCMs) and others to ensure data quality is of the highest standards
                                                  • Reviews and validates overall MDS/NRS assessment schedule for all patient care floors and communicates any changes
                                                  • Monitors MDS/NRS activities on the patient care floors and immediate notification to the PCMs of any deadlines that are at risk of not being met
                                                  • Audit MDS/NRS data submitted to ensure accuracy and consistency
                                                  • Collaborate with staff, PCMs, manager of operational effectiveness and excellence and other team members to ensure data quality is of the highest standard
                                                  • Revision and modification of information gathering tools and assessor processes to enhance assessment accuracy and efficiency
                                                  • Responsible for the implementation, maintenance and revision of processes to ensure data quality within the clinical documentation systems
                                                  • Development and revision of procedural guidelines whenever there are any changes to MDS/NRS indicators or CIHI guidelines or Runnymede policies and procedures
                                                  • Reviews all CIHI reports (i.e. submission, verification, data quality, rug weighted patient day (RWPD) (provincial and facility), generated from the submission of RAI-MDS/NRS assessments and takes necessary action (i.e. corrections) to promote superior data quality and decision support
                                                  • Stays abreast of best practices and changes to reporting requirements by liaising with the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), CIHI, attending MDS/NRS conferences, as well as other rehabilitation and complex continuing care hospitals
                                                  • Liaise with clinical staff regarding admission and discharge assessments
                                                  • Liaise with professional practice leaders, decision support analyst, patient flow and patient program staff regarding ongoing NRS/MDS practice and data quality issues

                                                  The successful candidate will have the following qualifications/experience:

                                                    Current Certificate of Competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario
                                                  • Diploma from a recognized RPN training program or equivalent      
                                                  • If graduated prior to 1995, must have medication administration certificate from an approved community college
                                                  • Good understanding of the College of Nurses of Ontario standards of practice
                                                  • Current Basic Cardiac Life Support certification (BCLS) required

                                                  Staff: Receptionist

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                                                  Position Number : REC-0919 | Date Updated : September 30th, 2019

                                                  Permanent Part-Time - The receptionist provides professional and courteous reception and switchboard services to patients, family members, visitors, staff, volunteers and community members, and plays an integral role in emergency/disaster procedures and communications.

                                                  Application Deadline: October 7, 2019

                                                  Responsibilities include:

                                                  • Greets visitors and responds to queries from staff, patients, families and visitors in a professional and courteous manner
                                                  • Receives incoming calls, screens and re-directs calls to appropriate staff and/or department
                                                  • Operates paging system to communicate announcements and emergency situations/codes
                                                  • Processes security cards and photo ID badges in accordance with hospital policies
                                                  • Receives and signs for registered mail and deliveries
                                                  • Sorts and distributes all incoming mail and processes outgoing mail
                                                  • Provides faxing, printing, photocopying and lamination services as requested
                                                  • Maintains and updates reception operations manual

                                                  The successful candidate will have the following qualifications/experience:

                                                  • College diploma or combination of education and experience
                                                  • Strong skills with Windows Operating Systems, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Outlook
                                                  • General office equipment, fax, photocopy etc.
                                                  • 1-2 years reception and/or switchboard experience preferred
                                                  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including excellent oral and written communication skills
                                                  • Must be able to work cooperatively with all staff
                                                  • Ability to deal with emergency situations in a calm, efficient and prompt manner

                                                  Staff: Kinesiologist

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                                                  Position Number : KINE-0919 | Date Updated : September 25th, 2019

                                                  Temporary Full-time - The primary functions of the kinesiologist include the assessment of patients; interpretation of findings; implementing and evaluating the impact or effectiveness of intervention strategies; and education of patients and/or their caregivers.

                                                  Application Deadline: October 9, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                  Responsibilities include:

                                                  • Assesses assigned patients through the administration of formal and informal assessments
                                                  • Formulates and implements individual treatment plans based on analysis of assessment findings and clinical reasoning
                                                  • Establishes goals in collaboration with the patient and/or substitute decision maker
                                                  • Develops the therapy program considering the overall health care plan of the patient
                                                  • Monitors change in the patient’s functional status and adjusts treatment programs accordingly
                                                  • Participates in the provision of hospital committees, task forces, and therapeutic seating
                                                  • Collaborates with members of the interprofessional team through documentation and/or direct consultation to provide a coordinated program of patient care
                                                  • Orients, supervises and assigns aspects of the treatment plan to the therapy assistant as appropriate
                                                  • Supports the therapy assistants as they carry out assigned treatment and other tasks
                                                  • Recommends equipment for patient use e.g., mobility devices, foot orthosis
                                                  • Attends, participate and contributes to departmental meeting and patient care conferences
                                                  • Maintains accurate and up-to-date assessment, treatment, goals and relevant administrative records for each patient according to Runnymede and the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario
                                                  • Participates in ongoing educational opportunities both internally and externally to maintain clinical competencies
                                                  • Educates patients, appropriate family members, students and other health care providers with regard to physiotherapy and the management of patient’s health problems
                                                  • Completes workload measurement and minimum data set (MDS) reporting per Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care guidelines and Runnymede policy
                                                  • Complies with college standards, guidelines, position statements, code of ethics, Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, and all Runnymede and departmental policies and procedures

                                                  The successful candidate will have the following qualifications/experience:

                                                  • Degree in kinesiology and member in good standing with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario
                                                  • Membership with the Ontario Kinesiology Association an asset
                                                  • Assistive devices program authorizer an asset
                                                  • Experience with Windows Operating System, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint
                                                  • Clinical experience in rehabilitation/complex continuing care hospital or acute care hospital preferred
                                                  • Demonstrated expertise with geriatric, neurological and MSK conditions
                                                  • Active involvement in own continuing education
                                                  • Must be capable of repetitive bending, stretching and lifting while assisting patients as per Runnymede minimal lift policy
                                                  • Must be able to stand and/or walk the majority of the day
                                                  • Basic cardiac life support certification
                                                  • Effective verbal and written communication to successfully work with all levels of the organization
                                                  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
                                                  • The ability to work independently and in a team environment
                                                  • Excellent work performance and attendance

                                                  Staff: Environmental Aide

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                                                  Position Number : EA-1019 | Date Updated : September 24th, 2019

                                                  Permanent Part-time - As a member of the environmental services team, the environmental aide will provide all user departments with adequate linen and patient care items for each 24 hour period Additionally, in-house laundry service for all non-standard linens will be provided as well as preparation of soiled linen for shipment and receive clean linen when delivered. The environmental aide will also maintain a clean environment and necessary clean supplies, and participate in continuous quality improvement program.

                                                  Application Deadline: October 7, 2010 @ 16h00

                                                  Responsibilities Include:

                                                  • Deliver adequate linen and patient care items to all nursing units daily
                                                  • Prepare soiled linen for shipment to purchased hospital laundry services
                                                  • Maintain a clean and safe environment and practice infection control
                                                  • Order linen and supplies as required
                                                  • Unload clean linen from external laundry service, reload soiled linen containers for shipment (weigh all outgoing linen) on a daily basis
                                                  • Sort and restock all linen carts, as per quota; transport all clean linen to user department
                                                  • Deliver additional requests i.e. linen, patient care items, etc.
                                                  • Launder patient care items, special protective devices and cubicle curtains
                                                  • Deliver cleaning supplies to user departments
                                                  • Maintain record of all activities
                                                  • Keep linen department clean including counters, carts and other equipment
                                                  • Attend educational sessions as requested
                                                  • Support the occupational health and safety program, make health and safety a part of your daily routine, ensure you are following safe work methods and are complying with relevant legislation.

                                                  The successful candidate will posses the following qualifications/experience:

                                                  • Completion of secondary school or equivalent
                                                  • Hospital or healthcare setting preferred
                                                  • Computer skills an asset
                                                  • Must be capable of pushing heavy carts, lifting heavy cartons and frequent bending
                                                  • Must be able to stand and/or walk for the majority of the day
                                                  • Good communication skills in both oral and written in English
                                                  • Excellent time management and organizational skills
                                                  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment

                                                  Staff: Site Operations and Practice Leader

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                                                  Position Number : SPL - 0919 | Date Updated : September 23rd, 2019

                                                  Temporary Part-Time Position - Reporting to the Manager- Operational Effectiveness and Excellence, this position assumes responsibility and accountability for hospital wide management during evenings, nights, weekends and /or statutory holiday. The Site Operations and Practice Leader will ensures safe, effective utilization of systems, protocols and resources in the delivery of inter-professional patient centered care and is the senior administrative person on-site for the Hospital during evenings, nights, weekends and/or statutory holidays.

                                                  Application Deadline: October 7, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                  Responsibilities include:

                                                    Assumes a leadership role and takes appropriate action in emergency situations that may arise in the Hospital (e.g. Code Red, Code White etc.) and adheres to the Hospital protocols and procedures as outline in the emergency measures manual
                                                  • Keeps VPs, Directors and Patient Care Managers abreast and informed of any issues and/or concerns occurring on the patient care floors and the hospital facility via verbal and/or written reports
                                                  • Develops a positive climate among staff and provides support and assistance in managing conflict.
                                                  • Addresses patient/family concerns and facilitates resolutions as appropriate
                                                  • Completes safety walkabouts on the patient care floor in conjunction with staff, taking appropriate actions as required
                                                  • Completes clinical, operational and infection control audits as assigned during evening, nights, weekends and/or statutory holidays
                                                  • Ensures regular safety checks on all clinical equipment and that equipment is in good state of repair
                                                • Employ advance clinical assessments and interventions, guided by integration of clinical experience with theory and research, to guide nurses’ clinical decisions.
                                                • Takes a lead role in resolving any clinical related issues or complaints that arise during the shift, documenting the incident for follow up as appropriate
                                                  • Identifies issues related to staff performance and/or behaviour and takes immediate actions to address such issue
                                                  • Assists with evenings, nights, weekends and/or statutory holidays orientation and other Hospital Wide education
                                                  • Collaborates with Central Scheduling Office to manage unit’s staffing to ensure appropriate level and nursing skill mix ratio.
                                                  • Monitors attendance of all staff and documents sick and absent calls by completing the Record of Absence form
                                                  • Collaborates with Managers on performance appraisals for staff working evenings, nights, weekends and statutory holidays.
                                                  • Demonstrates knowledge of existing collective agreements relevant government legislation and adheres to those requirements in the supervision of staff.
                                                  • Coordinates, manages, organizes and prioritize patient care activities and resource utilization
                                                  • Ensures staff functions productively and cooperatively as a team.
                                                  • Conducts evening/night/weekend meetings with staff as necessary
                                                  • Ensures adequate staffing levels are maintained for next shift using the appropriate allocation of staff on the units and other departments as required for suitable coverage.
                                                  • Bachelors degree in Nursing or Health Discipline required. Masters in a related field preferred. Candidates who are actively pursuing their Masters will be considered.
                                                  • 2-3 years experience in a hospital setting, with evidence of previous experience at the supervisory level preferred
                                                  • Good knowledge of the operation of Hospital departments
                                                  • Proficient in Windows Operating System, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint
                                                  • High accuracy and attention to detail and excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
                                                  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills
                                                  • The ability to work independently and in a team environment

                                                  Staff: CLINICAL EDUCATOR - EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE AND PERFORMANCE

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                                                  Position Number : CE-0919 | Date Updated : September 9th, 2019

                                                  Permanent Full-time: Reporting to the Manager of Professional Practice, Programs, Education & Research, the Clinical Educator – Evidence-Based Practice and Performance will be responsible for leading and co-leading scholarly evidence-based best practice initiatives across the interprofessional clinical teams, including implementation of the RNAO’s BPSO program. This individual will work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders to develop, implement, evaluate, and sustain best practice initiatives that are aimed at improving the overall quality of care and patient experience at Runnymede Healthcare Centre. Additionally, the Clinical Educator – Evidence-Based Practice and Performance is accountable for managing, analyzing, and reporting performance data as it pertains to nursing and interprofessional practice.

                                                  Application Deadline: October 7, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                  Responsibilities include:

                                                  • Coordinate, in collaboration with key internal and external stakeholders, the planning, implementation, evaluation, and sustainability of the RNAO’s BPSO program
                                                  • Collaborate with key stakeholders to identify opportunities for practice improvement
                                                  • Develop, implement and monitor best practice initiatives and projects, using a quality improvement methodology
                                                  • Identify process and outcome indicators, aligned with existing organizational scorecards and industry standards, to track progress and success
                                                  • Develop and monitor project plans, including current state analysis, piloting, implementation, evaluation and sustainability phases, to ensure that timelines are met
                                                  • Collaborate to monitor and mitigate risks in implementation of best practice initiatives
                                                  • Use multiple data sources, including but not limited to, best practice guidelines, research literature, incident reports, audits, quality indicators, surveys, etc., to inform, monitor, and evaluate best practice initiatives
                                                  • Coordinates the development, analysis, and reporting of nursing and allied health scorecards, dashboards, and best practice indicators
                                                  • Regularly scan literature and industry standards to identify emerging best practices
                                                  • Collaborate to engage the interprofessional team in the use of evidence-based best practices and continuous practice improvement
                                                  • Communicate progress and successes to internal stakeholders and seek external opportunities to showcase Runnymede’s best practice work
                                                  • Collaborates with the Clinical Education team in the development and delivery of education for interprofessional team members
                                                  • Supports and participates in corporate initiatives as required

                                                  The successful candidate will have the following qualifications/experience:

                                                  • Masters degree (e.g. Nursing, Quality Improvement, etc.) required
                                                  • Health care professional registered in good standing with an appropriate regulatory College (Nursing preferred)
                                                  • Minimum 5 years of clinical experience in an Acute Care or Rehabilitation/Complex Continuing Care hospital setting
                                                  • Minimum 3 years of progressive leadership in a health care setting strongly preferred
                                                  • Superior knowledge of quality improvement methodology
                                                  • Superior knowledge of project management and program evaluation
                                                  • Excellent facilitation, change management and organizational skills

                                                  Staff: Team Lead - Health Information and Privacy

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                                                  Position Number : HIP-0919 | Date Updated : September 6th, 2019

                                                  Permanent Full-time - Team Lead - Health Information & Privacy Office is responsible for the daily oversight of the Health Information Services (HIS) department, including activities related to data collection and analysis (census, chart audits, Runnymede partnerships, Case Costing, OHIP Billing), off-site records storage, retrieval and destruction, release of information and freedom of information requests, investigation of all PHI/PI privacy breaches and draft, implement and maintain departmental policies and procedures. The Team Lead ensures the accuracy, quality and integrity of overall departmental functions within mandated timelines.

                                                  Application Deadline: October 18, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                  Responsibilities Include:

                                                    Establish and maintain departmental policies, procedures and routines set out by all applicable
                                                  • Prepare external reports for senior administration (IPC, GTA Rehab Network)
                                                  • Participate in the operating and capital budget process; Reconcile/validate monthly billing.
                                                  • Responsible for management of all PHIPA/FIPPA requests and ensuring that hospital process is followed and legislative timelines are met
                                                  • Ensure that departmental reports are completed in an accurate and timely manner as required (daily, weekly, quarterly, monthly, annually)
                                                  • Update Admission/Discharge/Transfer (ADT) system based on any changes.
                                                  • Prepares all admission documents (e.g. patient profile, consent forms, copies of Power of Attorney documentation, etc.) as well as prepares the addressograph card, identification wristband labels, patient profile and forwards to the Patient Care Unit.
                                                  • Records any personal health information (PHI) consent directives and notifies required stakeholders.
                                                  • Processes and accurately enters internal transfers, readmissions, separations and/or change of information requests into ADT system on a real-time basis.
                                                  • Facilitates PHI access requests, disclosure requests, and withdrawal of consent requests.
                                                  • Coordinates the retention and storage of separated patient records on-site and off-site.
                                                  • Audits ADT data transfers to feeder-systems as required e.g. workload, etc. and identifies issues and works with Information Services for resolution/process improvement.
                                                  • Conducts monthly audits of health records for compliance with documentation and order standards.
                                                  • Prepares monthly/quarterly reports for Senior Administration and Health Records Committee and implements strategies for quality improvement activities as required.
                                                  • Provide support in the transition from paper to the electronic patient record (EPR).
                                                  • Assists with Hospital compliance with Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA)
                                                  • Assists with PHI privacy complaints and incident investigations as requested.
                                                  • Collects indicators and compiles PHIPA report for Ontario’s Information Privacy Commission (IPC).

                                                  The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications/experience:

                                                  • Graduate from accredited Health Information Management program and active CHIMA certification in good standing from College of Health Information Management
                                                  • Excellent knowledge of Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA), Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA), Quality of Care Information Protection Act (QCIPA), Public Hospitals Act and hospital guidelines with regards to release of information/freedom of information and protection of PHI/PI records
                                                  • Strong demonstrated interpersonal skills and a willingness to help as an information resource
                                                  • Advanced skills and knowledge in MS-Suite of applications, (i.e., MS-Word, Excel)
                                                  • Minimum 2+ years experience in a hospital Health Information Management/Services Department.


                                                  Staff: Senior Financial Analyst

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                                                  Position Number : SFA-0919 | Date Updated : September 6th, 2019

                                                  Senior Financial Analyst – Permanent Full-Time: The function of the senior financial analyst is to work collaboratively within the finance department delivering consistent, accurate, and timely information while providing excellent customer service to all internal and external stakeholders. The senior financial analyst will ensure the preparation of monthly financial statements accurately reflect the financial health of the organization. This position will provide a leadership role in the hospital’s annual operating planning process, decision support and case costing functions. In addition, the senior financial analyst will support all Ministry of Health and Long Term Care reporting requirements and support an environment of continues improvement in order to achieve operational efficiencies.

                                                  Application Deadline: October 18, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                  Responsibilities include:

                                                  • Prepare and post all necessary journal entries in accordance with Public Sector Accounting Standards
                                                  • Maintain the general ledger financial reporting structure
                                                  • Coordinate, plan and develop the monthly financial statement package provided to internal users
                                                  • In collaboration with the general accounting team, ensure that transactions are kept with identified reporting requirements
                                                  • Coordinate, plan and submit timely Ministry of Health and Long Term Care reports such as MIS Trial Balance, HAPS and case costing submissions
                                                  • In collaboration with health information services, ensure statistical information is consistently recorded and reported
                                                  • Provide a leadership role during the annual operating planning process by developing inflation assumptions, projecting the budget deficit, providing management with analytical trending data and developing an effective method of tracking identify initiatives
                                                  • Drive the case costing initiative at Runnymede by working in collaboration with information services and clinical leadership and ensuring compliance with the Ontario Case Costing Guidelines
                                                  • Prepare and present educational material to the management team to advise how decision making will impact the hospital’s cost per case
                                                  • Provide a leadership role in developing the annual capital budget
                                                  • Monitor capital acquisitions against plan by providing quarterly status and year-end forecast reports
                                                  • Develop as necessary financial reports that streamline financial process and improve the department's efficiencies
                                                  • Support a vice president’s portfolio as the finance business partner
                                                  • Promote an environment for excellent customer service
                                                  • Significantly contribute to the department’s continuous process improvement initiative

                                                  The successful candidate will have the following qualifications/experience:

                                                  • University degree in accounting, business or commerce
                                                  • Professional accounting designation (CPA-CGA, CPA-CMA, CPA-CA) required
                                                  • Previous relevant experience in the hospital/healthcare environment
                                                  • In-depth knowledge of accounting standards is required
                                                  • Proven ability to calculate, post and manage accounting figures and financial records
                                                  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and collaboratively with a positive customer service focus


                                                    Staff: Occupational Therapist / Physiotherapist Assistant

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                                                    Position Number : OPTA-0719 | Date Updated : July 30th, 2019

                                                    Permanent Part-time and Temporary - The occupational therapy/physical therapy (OT/PT) assistant carries out delegated patient treatment as prescribed by the occupational therapists and physiotherapists and assists the therapists in patient-related activities.

                                                    Application Deadline: September 30, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                    Primary Responsibilities:

                                                    • Conducts individual and group therapy sessions under the direction of the occupational therapist (OT) and/or physiotherapist (PT)
                                                    • Monitors and progresses patient’s therapy program as needed within the range directed by the OT and/or PT
                                                    • Transfers, and ambulates patients, and supervises exercise programs as assigned by the OT and/or PT
                                                    • Positions patients and performs range of motion exercises directed and assigned by the OT and/or PT
                                                    • Trains and instructs patients in completing activities of daily living under the supervision of the OT
                                                    • Provides assistance to the OT/PT during treatment
                                                    • Prepares and applies modalities as directed by the OT/PT
                                                    • Transports patients to and from the therapy area

                                                    The successful candidate will possess the following skills/qualifications:

                                                      • Graduate from a recognized occupational therapist assistant/physiotherapist assistant program
                                                      • Experience in a rehabilitation/complex continuing care or acute care hospital preferred
                                                      • Previous experience working with seniors in a healthcare setting under the direction of an OT/PT an asset
                                                      • Demonstrated experience with geriatric, neurological and MSK conditions
                                                      • Basic Cardiac Life Support certification
                                                      • Effective verbal and written communication to successfully work with all levels of the organization
                                                      • Excellent time management and organizational skills

                                                      Staff: Registered Practical Nurse

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                                                      Position Number : RPN-1519 | Date Updated : July 1st, 2019

                                                      Permanent Part-Time and Temporary: The registered practical nurse (RPN) in collaboration with the interprofessional team will deliver care and treatment to stable; non-acute patients whose care needs are well defined and established, with predictable outcomes and manageable responses. This is accomplished through assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation, education and preventative measures for the maintenance of health and functional abilities, to a diverse patient population. The RPN provides excellent care by demonstrating compassion, professionalism and respect.

                                                      Application Deadline: October 7, 2019

                                                      The successful candidates will posses the following qualifications/experience:

                                                      • Current certificate of competence as a registered practical nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario
                                                      • Diploma from a recognized RPN program or equivalent
                                                      • Minimum 2 years of nursing experience in a rehabilitation/complex continuing care hospital or acute care hospital preferred
                                                      • If graduated prior to 1995, must have medication administration certificate from an approved community college
                                                      • Physical assessment course essential
                                                      • Good understanding of the College of Nurses of Ontario Standards of Practice
                                                      • Current Basic Cardiac Life Support certification (BCLS) required
                                                      • Active involvement in own/our continuing education
                                                      • Good organizational skills and ability to manage workload
                                                      • Experience with Windows Operating Systems, Microsoft Office
                                                      • Demonstrated excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with the interprofessional team, patients and their families
                                                      • Excellent oral and written communication
                                                      • Demonstrated ability to provide culturally sensitive and senior friendly patient care
                                                      • An excellent attendance record is a prerequisite



                                                      Staff: Registered Nurse

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                                                      Position Number : RN-1019 | Date Updated : July 1st, 2019

                                                      Permanent Part-Time: Runnymede Healthcare Centre is expanding the services that we are providing to the community and are looking to increase the number of registered nurses within the hospital to help support the patient care areas with this new program. If you would like to work with a team of professionals who are committed to enriching the lives of patients, we invite you to join Runnymede as a Registered Nurse (RN). In collaboration with the interprofessional team, RNs provide care and treatment to patients undergoing rehabilitation to achieve restoration of their abilities. This is accomplished through delivery of assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation, education, preventive measures and maintenance of health and functional abilities to diverse patient population within our hospital.

                                                      Application Deadline: October 7, 2019 @ 16h00

                                                      Responsibilities include:

                                                      • Applies the appropriate knowledge, skill, judgement and competencies required for safe practice by adhering to the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) Practice Standards, Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) Rehabilitation Nursing Clinical Competencies Domain, Runnymede's policies and procedures as well as other professional associations
                                                      • Utilizes nursing process (assessment, planning, implementation, evaluation) including observation, listening and physical assessment skills to plan the provision of nursing care
                                                      • Partners with patients and families, in collaboration with the interprofessional team, to facilitate appropriate, timely and effective discharge/transition planning, beginning at the time of admission
                                                      • Initiates and updates integrated care plan for his/her assigned patients
                                                      • Identifies, educate and coaches the patient to reach their maximum potential for self care and independence
                                                      • Integrates principles of chronic illness, disability, frailty and aging into nursing care delivery
                                                      • Adheres to therapists' recommendations regarding patients' treatment plans
                                                      • Communicates and documents as required by Runnymede's policies/procedures, CNO and other legislated requirements
                                                      • Meets the ethical and legal requirements for professional practice within the policies and procedures of Runnymede and the CNO standards
                                                      • Mentors students and newly hired RNs and registered practical nurses (RPNs)
                                                      • Attends and participates in patient care conference and interprofessional rounds for assigned patients with other members of the interprofessional team by preparing verbal and written reports as per Runnymede's policies and procedures
                                                      • Collaborates with the interprofessional team, the patient, substitute decision maker (SDM) and family in setting patient-centered goals and objectives
                                                      • Advocates for protecting and promoting the patient’s autonomy, respect, privacy and dignity
                                                      • Ensures relationships with patients, SDMs, and families are therapeutic and professional in nature
                                                      • First line for conflict resolution with the patient, SDM, family and/or team members
                                                      • Evaluates own practice and behaviour and its impact on the team

                                                      The successful candidate posses the following qualifications/experience:

                                                      • Undergraduate degree in nursing is preferred
                                                      • Current certificate of registration as a registered nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario is required
                                                      • Current Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certification required
                                                      • Completion of the Canadian Nurses Association Rehabilitation Nursing Certification – CRN (C) credential preferred
                                                      • Good understanding of the College of Nurses of Ontario Standards of Practice
                                                      • Active involvement in own/our continuing education
                                                      • Two (2) years of nursing experience in a rehabilitation/complex continuing care hospital or acute care hospital preferred
                                                      • Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage workload, demonstrated leadership and decision making skills
                                                      • Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and the ability to work well with the interprofessional team, patients and their families