The Cadet Camp Registered Nurse will work at a Cadet Training Centre (CTC) clinic and will be responsible for the provision of primary health care and first aid. This will involve direct patient care to onsite Regular Force, Reserve Force, Cadet Instructor Cadre and cadet members. They are also responsible for first aid only to cadet civilian instructors and onsite civilians. The provision of service to patients is on a walk-in basis.
These activities include conducting patient history and physical assessment, patient screening, performing selected diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, counselling of patients on preventative health care as well as facilitating access to health services and referrals.
The HCP must be available for either eight or twelve-hour shifts as per clinic schedule including weekday and weekend shifts. No overnight or field duty will be required.
Language of work may be in English and/or French, depending on geographic location.
All Cadet Camp Registered Nurses must, as a minimum, have:
A Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing OR Diploma in Nursing from a recognized university/college
A Registered Nurse licence from the provincial or territorial professional college or association in the province of practice;
A current Certificate of Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider or Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation/Automated External Defibrillator (CPR/AED) Level C or HCP;
Must successfully complete the Reliability Status Check (RS) ; and
Must successful complete the Police Records Check (PRC)/Vulnerable Sector Screening (VSS) process. These documents are mandatory and necessary as you will be working with youth.