Advanced Practice Clinician
As a member of the Leadership Team under the direction of the Director of Clinical Operations, the Advanced Practice Clinician
functions as a consultant and resource to clinical staff and program leadership with respect to professional practice, promoting person-centred care within an interprofessional practice environment. The Advanced Practice Clinician is accountable for the oversight and validation of each team’s performance in relation to provincial clinical standards; supports the application, implementation, and maintenance of professional practice standards within a program-based structure and is accountable for the quality assurance, professional scope and the supervision of college standards of practice across the organization. The Advanced Practice Clinician liaises with educational facilities, professional associations, regulatory Colleges and other appropriate groups to inform processes that promote excellence in professional practice.
A seasoned clinical leader with a genuine understanding of, and commitment to, the clients being served by the agency with a Master’s Degree in Clinical Counselling, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, or Nursing;
Active, unrestricted license to practice with the respective regulatory College, plus five (5) years of recent related experience including progressive professional practice, education, research, and leadership experience;
Experience with interprofessional processes in the delivery of person-centered recovery-oriented care; familiar with professional standards of practice and with applicable legislation including the Regulated Health Professions Act, Mental Health Act, Personal Health Information Protection Act, and profession-specific acts;
Demonstrated ability to prioritize clinical and non-clinical work effectively, manage a full workload and meet deadlines in a busy environment with frequent interruptions; committed to continuous quality improvement, excellence and best practice, in all aspects of the profession including clinical practice, education, leadership, and research;
Demonstrated ability to positively influence professional practice and clinical education internally and externally with experience in working with people from diverse backgrounds and a demonstrated understanding of cultural awareness, sensitivity and competency in culturally informed treatment modalities;
High level of integrity, confidentiality and accountability; sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization, and execution skills;
Strong verbal and written communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills. Bilingual in French and English language, preferred.
Interested candidates are encouraged to submit their résumé to:
Palmer & Associates
Venture Business Centre
556 O'Connor Drive
Kingston, ON K7P 1N3
We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.