If you want to align yourself with a career that gives you the opportunity to hone your professional skills while making a real difference in people’s lives, Riverview Heights is for you. We are passionate about building a team that really cares about making a difference. As an employee of Riverview Heights, we expect our staff to take great care to ensure that our residents, families and staff are treated with compassion, courtesy and kindness at all times.
Riverview Heights Retirement Residence is committed to provide accommodations for people with disabilities. If you are interested in applying for a position with our company and require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance by contacting our Human Resources Department by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We always recruit fantastic team members. Please submit your resume in confidence for the following positions:
Under the supervision of the Director of Care, the RPN is responsible for the day to day health and safety of the residents. The RPN provides direction and supervision to the Care Services Team in the absence of the Director of Care.
Our RPNs must possesses a valid Certificate of Registration from the College of Nurses of Ontario in good standing and a Medication Administration Certificate. Be a self-motivated individual with effective communication, analytical and assessment skills and good decision-making abilities. With demonstrated skills in Dementia Memory Care and/or has Gentle Persuasive Approach Certificate and experience in the care of the elderly.
The Care Services Attendant is a principle member of the Care Team. Under the direction of the Director of Care, they are responsible for providing safe and compassionate care services to our residents.
Our Care Services team is composed of members with Community College Health Care Attendant Certificate, Personal Support Worker Certificate, Social Service Worker Certificate, Developmental Service Worker Certificate, Physiotherapy Assistant Certificate, Occupational Therapy Assistant Certificate, or combination of equivalent experience and education. They must exhibit compassion, have experience in the care of the elderly and holds current first aid and CPR certification.
The Front Desk Attendant is the first impression for all guests, residents and families entering the building. She supports the administration functions of the home as well as creating a warm welcome for all of our guests. These team members have previous reception, administrative experience, preferably in a retirement home or long-term care setting and exhibit an ability to work with the elderly and physically/cognitively challenged in a respectful manner.
The Dietary Server is a key member of the dietary team. This is primarily a customer service position focused on excellent delivery of resident meals and snacks as well as cleaning and maintaining sanitation standards in the kitchen and dining room.
Our servers have completion of a recognized food services course, serving experience or combination of equivalent education and experience. As well a critical focus on customer service experience with a ‘resident’s first’ attitude.
The Cook is a key member of the dietary team. The position involves active, preparation and cooking of meals and snacks as well as cleaning and maintaining sanitation standards in the kitchen. In the absence of the Dietary Services Manager, the Cook serves as team leader and directs the activities of the servers based on established standards.
Our cooks have a Red Seal Certification, completion of a recognized food services course, or combination of equivalent education and experience. Combined with customer service experience with a ‘resident’s first’ attitude and knowledge and experience in quantity food preparation.
The Guest Services Attendant is responsible for maintaining the appearance and cleanliness of the common areas and resident rooms in the building. They are passionate about cleanliness and have previous housekeeping/laundry experience, preferably in a retirement home or long-term care setting. Our best team members are able to work with the elderly and physically/cognitively challenged in a respectful manner and to do extensive standing, walking, squatting, kneeling, and lifting/pushing of objects of various sizes and weights.