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Please click here to see information about an upcoming Job Fair at St. Clair College on September 21, 2017.


Below is a listing of our current job openings.  If you are interested in applying, please visit our 
Our Hiring Process section for details.  

Even if there are no part-time or full-time positions listed which are of interest to you, please submit a resume.  New vacancies may arise at any time and we are continually hiring on a casual basis, in all areas of the hospital, to complement our part-time and full-time staff.

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Current Opportunities

WECYAC, Victim Advocate
17.779 Manager, Cancer Prevention & Screening
The Manager works within a provincial and regional framework and with multiple community partners and organizations to develop and implement cancer prevention and screening strategies aimed at reducing the incidence and impact of cancer within the Erie St Clair region. The Manager works to develop robust regional clinical programs with Regional Clinical Leads through annual development and execution of work plans. The Manager works closely with the Manager, Regional Cancer Program and the Cancer Program leadership team. Quality Improvement initiatives, leading to LHIN wide system of care improvements, are critical to the success of all ESC clinical programs. The Manager provides leadership to the identification, planning, implementation and evaluation of regional Quality Improvement projects and initiatives across the continuum of cancer care. The Manager provides leadership to ESC Regional Clinical Leads: Primary Care (screening), Primary Care (clinical programs: Survivorship, PSO, DPM, Palliative Care), Imaging (QMP), Breast Imaging, Colorectal Screening (QMP)/GI Endo, Cervical Screening, Aboriginal Navigator, as well as program management for Diagnostic Assessment Program (DAP) and Genetics Program. Health promotion strategies across ESC are a critical component to the success of the work within this portfolio. In support of organizational strategies and staff satisfaction initiatives, the Manager promotes the development of a motivated and cohesive team and supports educational strategies to enhance staff knowledge with respect to professional practices and patient care.
17.551 After Hours Manager

The On-Site After Hours Administrator is the most senior management person on site and is responsible for addressing any and all issues that arise in consultation with the Senior Leadership Administrator on-call as required.  Responsibilities include the coordination of patient flow for all corporate programs and services; providing support to staff and coordinating nursing staff.

17.781 Patient Representative
The Patient Advocate is the primary contact to assist with and identify problems relating to quality, service and concerns of patients, families, employees and physicians.  Based on outcomes the incumbent makes appropriate recommendations and referrals to address identified issues.  The Patient Advocate is an advocate for the patient from a neutral perspective and provides an unbiased presence on all issues. The Patient Advocate will assist with planning, implementing and evaluating educational programs that would reduce concerns of patients associated with hospitalization and minimize liability to the hospital.
17.782 Supervisor, Guest Services
Guest Services is comprised of Food and Nutrition, Environmental Services, Patient Transporting, OR cleaning, Retail Services and Materials Management.  Reporting to the Coordinator, Guest Services Network (GSN), the Supervisor supervises and instructs employees engaged in the operation of the Guest Services Department; responsible for overseeing the production, service and delivery of food to the patients, and also the ware-washing, as well as housekeeping, portering and retail services and other related functions; responsible for daily replacement of staff, conducting and summarizing patient satisfaction surveys and for ensuring high standards of patient satisfaction, food quality, safety and sanitation.
17.785 Manager, Medicine Program
Responsible for overall leadership of the assigned patient care program/units in the development and delivery of innovative programs and services to ensure the delivery of quality care to all patients/families in the program.
17.660 Clinical Pharmacy Manager
Under general guidance and supervision of the Pharmacy Director, the Clinical Pharmacy Manager provides leadership in the training, staff development and quality improvement aspects of clinical pharmacy services. Serves as the co coordinator of the Windsor Regional Hospital Pharmacy Practice Residency and provides oversight to undergraduate and new pharmacist training programs, taking responsibility for assuring appropriate competencies of all assigned staff. Responsible for assessment and quality assurance activities of clinical pharmacy services consistent within the model of pharmaceutical care. The Clinical Pharmacy Manager, in collaborations with the Director of Pharmacy Services, is also responsible for the coordination of P&T subcommittees and coordination of implementations of associated P&T directives or formulary revisions.
17.624 Director, Perioperative Services
The Program Director is responsible for managing all aspects of the perioperative program and services provided at Windsor Regional Hospital. The Director will work collaboratively to strengthen and develop partnerships within WRH and the Erie St. Clair LHIN to ensure the delivery of high quality care and outcomes and to facilitate integration and coordination of excellent patient care.  The Director will apply strategic operations knowledge and a broad-based clinical or management expertise across an integrated patient care portfolio.
17.531 Radio Isotope Technician
Under the direction of the Manager and Radiation Safety Officer of Nuclear Medicine, they will assist in the daily compounding of radiopharmaceuticals and dispensing of patient doses. The role will include daily, monthly and quarterly Quality Control of prepared products along with all Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission’s required documentation. They will assist with the maintenance and quality control of various pieces of equipment used within the Hot lab. They will be responsible for following the procedures outlined in the Radiation Safety Manual developed in accordance with the CNSC License requirements. They will be required to monitor inventory and order specific Radioisotopes under the direction of the Manager or Senior Technologist. They will prepare and package daily cases following TDG requirements for the safe transport of radiopharmaceuticals as needed. They will be responsible for generating patient prescriptions for each dose dispensed. They will perform White Blood Cell labelling as required while maintaining sterility under a Laminar Flow hood. They will demonstrate good Radiation Safety practices by the proper use of lead aprons, syringe shields and exposure badges. They will participate in the development of Standard Operating Procedures and Process Improvement. They will be required to run reports using the Radiopharmacy Software.
17.494 Cardiovascular Tech II (Echo)
The Cardio-Vascular Technologist II (Echo) is responsible for the performance of echocardiography. The Cardio-Vascular V Technologist II (Echo) is responsible for delivery of care consistent with the vision and values of the hospital and the standards of relevant professional organizations. The incumbent must comply with the Occupational Health and Safety standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.
17.532 MDR Tech
Decontamination of a variety of Medical/Surgical instruments, supplies and equipment; processing surgical packs, needles and syringes, setting up trays, packaging special dressings, sterilizing and pasteurising; maintaining the equipment, instruments, and supplies to proper standards and in good repair; maintaining the required records to meet quality assurance standards; maintaining harmonious working relationship with Departmental and Inter-Departmental Staff. The CSR Tech complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.
17.524 Manager, Emergency Department, Ouellette Campus
Responsible for overall leadership of the assigned patient care program/units in the development and delivery of innovative programs and services to ensure the delivery of quality care to all patients/families in the program.
17.226 Occupational Health Nurse
Reporting to the Coordinator Employee Health, the Employee Health Nurse is responsible to provide a comprehensive occupational health program according to hospital policy and legislation. The Employee Health Nurse is responsible to support, promote, and lead through example, the adoption of the organization’s mission, vision and values.  The Employee Health Nurse complies with the Occupational Health and Safety standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.
17.483  Sonographer
Under the overall direction of the Manager, Diagnostic Services or designate, the Sonographer performs a variety of technical procedures that require independent judgment using skill, ingenuity, and initiative and may assume responsibility for designated areas or procedures as required. The Ultrasound technologist complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.
17.482 Registered Radiological Technologist (CT Scan)
Under the direction of the Manager of X-Ray or designate, the Radiological Technologist performs at a technical level not requiring constant supervision. Performs a variety of technical procedures that require independent judgment, with skill, ingenuity and initiative to apply prescribed ionizing radiation for radiological diagnosis. May assume responsibility for designated areas or procedures as required. The incumbent is responsible for the application of current theory and research in the delivery of care consistent with the vision and values of the hospital and the standards of relevant professional organizations. The incumbent must comply with the Occupational Health and Safety standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment
16.1165 Nurse Practitioner (RN EC), Renal Program
Reporting directly to the Program Manager, the Renal Nurse Practitioner (RN EC) provides comprehensive patient care using advanced assessment skills and a sound knowledge of clinical therapeutics.  To provide direct and indirect comprehensive patient care services to support patient care in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team. The Nurse Practitioner (NP EC) is responsible in promoting professional education through involvement in research and scholarly activities.  The Nurse Practitioner (RN EC) is responsible to support, promote, and lead through example, the adoption of the organization’s mission, vision and values.  The Nurse Practitioner (RN EC) complies with the Occupational Health and Safety standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.
17.401

Clinical Supervisor, Medical Device Reprocessing Department
The Medical Device Reprocessing Department (MDRD) is a support department responsible for reprocessing of medical devices for the health care facility consisting of two campuses. The service includes the selection and use of new technologies, as well as chemical disinfection, steam sterilization, and computerized processing equipment, in response to environmental, occupational and infection control standards. The expectation of the Clinical Supervisor is to base practice on evidence based, industry standards for the reprocessing of medical devices used on patients as well as knowledge and the CSA sterilization standards.

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Registered Radiological Technologist, Interventional Angiography
Under the direction of the Manager, Diagnostic Imaging or designate, the Radiology (MRT) Interventional Angiography Technologist performs a wide variety of minimally invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. They will be responsible for the basic operation of the imaging systems and associated equipment within the Angio Suite. They will require knowledge of the various catheters and associated supplies used for the interventional procedures. The incumbent will be required to demonstrate knowledge and skills in sterile and aseptic techniques. They will be responsible for the application of current theory and research in the delivery of care consistent with the vision and values of the hospital and the standards of relevant professional organizations. The incumbent must comply with the Occupational Health and Safety standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.
Various Registered Nurse
Reporting to the Program Manager, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for the provision of safe, effective, patient focused nursing care to patients and families. In collaboration with the family and other team members, the registered nurse is responsible for ongoing assessment and monitoring of the patient’s health status, identification of patient/family needs and the development of plans to meet those needs, the provision of direct patient care and the evaluation of care. The registered nurse also participates in the ongoing professional development of self and others, and in unit and hospital wide quality improvement initiatives.
After Hours Administrator
The On-Site After Hours Administrator is the most senior management person on site and is responsible for addressing any and all issues that arise in consultation with the Senior Leadership Administrator on-call as required.  Responsibilities include the coordination of patient flow for all corporate programs and services; providing support to staff and coordinating nursing staff.
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17.124
Physiotherapist
Reporting to the Manager of Allied Health Services and Program Manager of assigned area, the Physiotherapist is responsible for provision of direct client services including consultation, assessment and treatment. Responsible for participation in departmental, program and corporate professional activities supportive of direct services and corporate objectives. The incumbent is responsible for delivery of care consistent with the vision and values of the hospital and the standards of relevant professional organizations. The Physiotherapist complies with the Occupational Health and Safety Standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.
16.934 BioMed/Renal Technician
Reporting to the Manager, Clinical Engineering (Biomedical Services) or designate this person maintains the biomedical and renal department machines and equipment, works on the jobs given priority by the Manager. The Biomedical/Renal Biomedical Technician, performs routine, complex and specialized tasks involving the installation, maintenance servicing, modification, troubleshooting and calibration of complex therapeutic, diagnostic or life support biomedical/renal instrumentation by interpreting engineering and vendor information, schematic diagrams and graphic illustrations. The technician maintains a log of repairs/service calls and provides valuable clinical support to staff in dealing with new methods and machinery and helps with the purchase evaluation and implementation of new equipment and systems. The Technician assists in the setup of new facilities upon the completion of construction and assures that all standards are met. The Biomedical/Renal Biomedical Technician complies with the Occupational Health and Safety standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.
N/A Registered Nurse, Operating Room
Reporting to the Program Manager, Operating Room, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing safe, effective and ethical nursing care. Duties include ongoing monitoring of patient condition (data collection and record keeping); identifying nursing care problems; developing patient care and discharge plans and evaluating outcomes; providing direct patient care using the nursing process; guiding and assisting performance of other health care team members; and investigating, documenting and appropriately communicating patient care incidents. Availability for all shifts and "on call" is required.
N/A    Registered Nurse, Critical Care
Reporting to the Program Manager, Intensive Care Unit, the registered nurse is responsible and accountable for the provision of safe, effective, patient focused nursing care to patients and families. In collaboration with the family and other team members, the registered nurse is responsible for ongoing assessment and monitoring of the patient’s health status, identification of patient/family needs and the development of plans to meet those needs, the provision of direct patient care and the evaluation of care. The registered nurse also participates in the ongoing professional development of self and others, and in unit and hospital wide quality improvement initiatives.
N/A Registered Practical Nurse, Operating Room
The Registered Practical Nurse is accountable for the provision of care in accordance with the ‘standards of practice’ as delineated by the College of Nurses of Ontario. The Registered Practical Nurse provides care autonomously to meet the holistic needs of individuals experiencing less complex care situations with predicable outcomes and low risk for negative outcomes. When the RPN provides aspects of care in situation beyond this, they will do so in collaboration/consultation with the RN and other care providers.
15.895 Painter
Reporting to the Building Systems Supervisor, the Painter applies paint, wallpaper and other finishes to interior and exterior surfaces of buildings and other structures. The Painter prepares a variety of surfaces (wood, masonry, drywall, plaster, concrete, synthetics, stucco and metal) prior to the application of materials such as paint, high performance coatings, waterproofing, fireproofing, varnish, shellac, wall coverings and specialty finishes. The Painter complies with the Occupational Health and Safety standards for the hospital and is proactive in promoting a safe work environment.