Concurrent Nurse Case Manager
CMHA Primary Health Care Clinic
Part-Time Contract Position
Under the direction of the Clinical Nurse Coordinator, the Concurrent Nurse Case Manager will provide coordinated primary and mental health care to individuals served by the Primary Health Care Clinic (PHCC) at the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Hamilton Branch. This is a part-time contract position, 2 days per week for one year.
The Concurrent Nurse Case Manager will:
- Demonstrate advanced knowledge, specialized skills and understanding of individuals experiencing homelessness.
- Deliver client-centred care based on the physical, psychosocial, cultural, safety and learning needs of the individual.
- Manage clinic intakes and facilitate day-to-day operations of the clinic.
- Work within the Policies and Procedures of CMHA Hamilton and the Agency’s requirements including Accreditation Canada’s standards and quality improvement initiatives.
- Represent the agency and program in a professional, collaborative manner and remain receptive to professional development opportunities.
Candidates must possess a degree in nursing, registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario and current practice insurance. Valid driver’s license and access to a reliable, insured vehicle is required. Experience working with individuals who have a serious mental illness and co-occurring substance use disorder is required. French speaking is an asset. Please quote competition #PHCC1118.
APPLY IN WRITING TO:
Canadian Mental Health Association, Hamilton Branch
131 John St. S.
Hamilton, ON L8N 2C3
The Canadian Mental Health Association is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals, including visible minorities, aboriginal people and persons with disabilities.
We thank all who apply, but only those to be interviewed will be contacted.
Community Mental Health Careers Website
The Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care has a free web resource, “Working in Mental Health,” that includes job postings and information about:
- community mental health careers;
- related College and University programs;
- profiles of persons currently working in the sector, and
- a short description of the range of community mental health supports and services.