• Registered Nurse, Childbirth

    Job Location CA-ON-Kitchener
    Posted Date 11 months ago(3/12/2019 11:52 AM)
    Job ID
    Job Type
    Temporary unscheduled part time
    Childbirth and Children's Programs
    Career Level
  • Job Description


    Temporary Unscheduled Part-Time Registered Nurse
    Until Approximately May 31, 2020



    11.25 Hour Shifts


    Responsible for the provision and coordination of care for the high and low risk antenatal, intrapartum, and postpartum women and neonates within a family/patient centered care framework. Contributes to ensuring there is a safe environment for patients, staff and visitors.


    • Current Certificate of Competence from College of Nurses of Ontario
    • Current BCLS
    • Recent, relevant experience in perinatal nursing. Graduate nurses who have completed their final practicum consolidation in obstetrics may be considered. OR
    • Completion of or current enrollment in a perinatal certificate course (college-level) or Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) Perinatal Certification. Applicants will be required to obtaining their perinatal certificate or CNA certification after hire.
    • Successful completion of an 18hr breastfeeding course preferred.
    • Successful completion of a Fetal Health Surveillance course. Applicants not having taken this course may be considered however as a condition of hire, course will be required to be completed within 6 months of hire.
    • Current NRP Provider status. Applicants not holding NRP provider status may be considered however as a condition of hire, certification must be obtained prior to unit orientation.
    • Commitment to patient and family-centred care
    • Commitment to continuous learning and professional development
    • Excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills
    • Demonstrated ablility to work within a high acute, fast-paced environment
    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
    • Good attendance record


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