LTC Homes Inspector
- Posted by: OPS
- Closing Date: N/A
- Rate of Pay Amount / Range: $1,583.75 / week
- City: Various Northern Region Locations
- Rate of Pay: Salary
- Positions Available: 15
- Type: Full Time
- Duration: Permanent
- Avg. Hours/Week: 36.25
- Schedule: Days
- Education: N/A
Organization: Ministry of Long - Term Care
Division: Long-Term Care Operations Division
City: Barrie, South Porcupine, Sudbury, Thunder Bay
Job Term: 15 Permanent
Job Code: 50122 - Nurse 2, Public Health
Salary: $1,583.75 - $1,904.80 Per Week*
*Indicates the salary listed as per the OPSEU Collective Agreement.
Posting Status: Open
Job ID: 181203
Are you a passionate health care professional who is ready to join a dynamic team to ensure the highest quality of care for societies most vulnerable?
The Ministry of Long-Term Care, Long-Term Care (LTC) Inspections Branch is an exciting and high-volume team responsible for inspecting long-term care homes for compliance with applicable legislation, regulation, and ministry policy. The Sudbury Service Area Office is seeking Long-Term Care Home Inspectors across the region with opportunities in Sudbury, Thunder Bay, South Porcupine and Barrie.
At the Ministry of Long-Term Care, we are focused on ensuring licensees are providing high quality, compassionate care to our communities and take great pride in fostering an inclusive and accessible environment. We are all accountable for contributing to a healthy, safe, and respectful environment for healing and promoting excellence in resident care through advancing accountability within the regulations.
If you are passionate about what you do, motivated to improve the health of the community, committed to excellence, quality and resident safety we would like you to join our team of Long-Term Care Home Inspectors
Please note: The position requires extensive travel within the province. You may also be required to work at locations other than the head office or satellite offices.
In this role, you will work as a member of a highly trained inter-disciplinary inspection team to:
- Evaluate and assess the care, practices, processes and operations within LTC homes using evidence-based inspection methodology and provincial inspection program principles
- Monitor, evaluate and promote the health, safety, comfort and rights of LTC residents
- Interpret and apply relevant legislation and policies to ensure compliance and standards are met
- Identify, collect and document evidence for non-compliance, and determine the appropriate action/sanction and timeframes required
- Provide expert technical knowledge on resident careation tasks.