- First Aid Certification
- Communication skills
- CPR Certification
RESIDENT CARE PARTNER (Health Care Aide)
Amica Westboro Park
Imagine working for a growing, industry-leading organization where people join together for meaningful work!
Amica is the #1 choice of Canadian seniors who want to continue living on their terms in an elegant setting with discerning care, enriching activities and outstanding dining. Our 4,000 Amica Team Members currently serve 3,600 seniors in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. In over 31 residences, and growing, we provide premium independent living, assisted living and memory care living options.
Why should I join Amica?
We are committed to your personal and professional growth
Our nurturing environment encourages learning, innovation and excellence
Team members are supported by a culture of collaboration and teamwork
New ideas and approaches are encouraged by leaders
Our teams are diverse and reflective of the communities we serve; we embrace diversity and inclusion as an opportunity to innovate, thrive and grow
Easy to use app available for you to pick up additional shifts at your residence and other Amica residences
Master scheduling that provides consistency
Local leaders that provide in-person leadership in service to you
Industry competitive wages and benefits
What does a day in the life of a Resident Care Partner (Health Care Aide) look like?
As the Resident Care Partner you have the opportunity to engage and interact with residents throughout their daily activities in a meaningful and supportive way. Some of these activities include:
Getting to know each resident you serve
Asking residents how they are doing
Providing personalized care
Participating in life enrichment activities together
Coordinating communication with loved ones
Reminding residents of and supporting them to meals or appointments.
What do I need to be a Resident Care Partner (Health Care Aide) at Amica?
Must be a graduate from a recognized Health Care Aide program; students currently enrolled in a nursing program and internationally certified nursing candidates with one-year Canadian nursing/PSW experience or more will be considered
Level 1 First Aid, CPR / AED Certificate
Good verbal and written communication skills – English is essential
Interacts with others in an effective, compassionate, empathetic and supportive manner
Respects each resident as an individual and is aware of their need for self-respect and privacy, and the right to share in decisions about their care
Keen observation, decision making and problem-solving skills
Ability to develop harmonious relations with team members, residents and families
Demonstrates ability to organize workload and adapt to unexpected tasks and situations
Ability to use related technology and equipment
Medication administration with training provided through Amica
What Covid-19 precautions have been taken to keep you safe?
Remote interview process
Personal protective equipment (PPE) and in-depth, ongoing hand hygiene training provided
Daily screener completed by team members, residents and visitors
Vaccination rates of over 80% for team members and 97% for our residents in our residences
On site Covid-19 testing and vaccinations
Trust – Compassion – Excellence – Teamwork – Growth
At Amica Senior Lifestyles we are passionate about working together in a supportive and inclusive environment that fosters innovation and turns ideas into action. We remain committed to creating workplaces that reflect the communities in which we operate. We are actively seeking applicants from all religions and ethnicities, LGBTQ2s+, Black, Indigenous, racialized people, and persons with disabilities and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for our positions.
Amica Senior Lifestyles recognizes the importance of immunization to protect our residents, team members and visitors from COVID-19. Effective October 2021, a condition of employment is requiring that all new hires have received all required doses of a COVID-19 vaccine approved by Health Canada.
Requests for accommodation can be made at any stage of the recruitment process providing the applicant has met the Bona-fide requirements for the open position. Applicants need to make their requirements known when contacted.