Community services, integration, and transitions
Education: Completion of a master's degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited university program or a bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited university program and related experience. Active registration and practice permit in good standing with the Alberta College of Occupational Therapists is required.
Experience: A minimum of three years’ experience with at least one year of experience within the last five years. Experience in one or more of the following areas: vulnerable, elderly, brain injury, addiction, mental health, and developmental disability patient populations. Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
Knowledge: Evidence of knowledge of continuing care service delivery options, assessment/placement criteria, and community supports and agencies that may serve behaviourally complex patients. Additional preparation in Psychiatric and Mental Health, P.I.E.C.E.S, Supportive Pathways, NVCI, capacity assessment or other related education. Case management education. AADL authorizer. Knowledge of third-party funding sources and eligibility criteria. Comprehensive seating assessment education.
Organization skills: Ability to multi-task and prioritize. Strong organizational skills. Proven ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines in a highly challenging environment.
Communications and customer relations skills: Strong communication, interpersonal, and relationship-building skills; able to handle requests and complaints in a professional, non-confrontational manner. Excellent follow-up and problem-solving skills with ability to make intuitive decisions. Discretion and ability to handle sensitive information and material appropriately.
Attention to detail: Precision, accuracy, and high attention to detail in all aspects of work.
Team-oriented: Ability to work effectively independently as well as with a team.
Safety conscious: Promotes a healthy/safe practice environment, recognizes safety issues and reports appropriately and participates in correction and prevention action plans.
Transportation: This role requires the incumbent to drive their personal vehicle for CWC PCN-related business; therefore, the employee must:
Background check: A clear Criminal Background check is required to start. If you have resided outside Calgary in the past 12 months, you will need to contact the local police or RCMP detachment in your previous residential municipality to be able to obtain a full report.
Employees of the CWC PCN enjoy a competitive salary and benefits package that includes employer-paid premiums for health and dental benefits, healthcare spending or wellness account, learning account, eligibility to contribute to our group RRSP plan and receive an employer match, flexible working options, generous vacation and personal time off allowances, and education days, as well as professional development opportunities.
The CWC PCN is a leader in the provision of primary care through collaboration, innovation and teamwork, creating healthy patients and satisfied providers.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive, only those who apply through the CWC PCN website will be moved forward in the recruitment process. This is a necessary step as we require important information from our online application form. Please include your cover letter and resume when submitting your application.
Submit your application through the CWC PCN Careers page.
Only submissions received with the following three (3) documents will be considered:
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Posting will remain open until the role is filled.
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