opportunities-st-josephs-villaIf you are interested in employment with St. Joseph’s Villa please apply to:

Human Resources
St. Joseph’s Villa
56 Governor’s Road
Dundas, Ontario L9H 5G7
Fax (905) 627-2012

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Please indicate the position you wish to apply for in the subject line of your e-mail or fax.

We are currently recruiting for:

If no positions are currently open we encourage you to forward a resume for future opportunities which we will place on file for six months.




BSO Transitional Lead

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The Behavioral Supports Ontario (BSO) program is a provincial initiative focusing on providing quality care for individuals with complex and challenging mental health, dementia or other neurological conditions, in an environment that is based on safety, high quality, evidence-based care and practice.

We are expanding our service to include TRANSITIONAL SUPPORT to seniors in the community transitioning to Long Term Care. These TRANSITIONAL LEADERS will work in collaboration with client, family, and community partners to facilitate a holistic and supportive approach to care for persons presenting as high risk for responsive behaviours on transition to a long term care facilities.

We are seeking one TRANSITIONAL LEAD for the HAMILTON AREA. Successful applicants for these permanent full time positions must possess:

  • University degree and/or current registration in a regulated Health Care Profession (RN, RSW, OT, PT).
  • A minimum of five years health care experience working with complex older adults with mental health illness.
  • Demonstrated well developed knowledge of psychiatric and geriatric disorders.
  • Proven experience working as a leader, mentor, preceptor, educator and problem solver with Health Care Professions and families.
  • Extensive working knowledge of community resources for Geriatrics/Mental Health.
  • Proficiency in computer and software use such as Microsoft, PCC, Clinical connect.
  • Ability to adapt professionally and efficiently to changing conditions and priorities.

Positions offer a competitive salary and benefit package.

A valid Drivers’ License, Car, and Valid Professional registration is required. Applicants must be willing to travel daily throughout their regions and occasionally throughout the HNHB region. Deadline for applications is 4pm ON FRIDAY MARCH 32017. Please address applications to BSO OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE and email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. or Fax applications to 905 627 2722 attn Erin Adams BSO HR.

We thank all applicants for their interest but please note that previous applicants need not apply.

For further information on the BSO project refer to website www.hnhblhin.on.ca
For job descriptions for TRANSITIONAL LEAD AND LTC PSW positions refer to St.




BSO Mobile Team Manager

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Provides clinical and administrative leadership and coordinates all activities and services provided by the BSO. Directs and supervises the coaching, mentoring, and support services provided to all homes in the LHIN participating in the BSO. Manages the referral process and prioritizes clinical responses based on BSO model for care pathways.

  • Develops and Implements all BSO promotion activities and material circulation.
  • Directs staff by assigning duties and establishing priorities for service delivery.
  • Develops and maintains an effective working relationship with each BSO member home through regular communication with Senior staff.
  • Conducts regular speaking engagements and education inservices in member homes and throughout the LTC community in their assigned regional hub.
  • Develops and Implements regular quality improvement activities , implementation and evaluation of such.
  • Develops and maintains effective referral and follow up system in collaboration with existing community resources. Manages and prioritizes new referrals, transitions, and wait lists
  • Assesses and prioritizes referrals and schedules staff appropriately based on requirements and resources available and collective agreement
  • Monitors service delivery and mediates disputes between BSO and client LTC homes
  • Performs spot checks on team at random hours and locations to ensure regular and timely service delivery.
  • Provides support to team for transition admissions through communications with hospital, LTC, and community mental health professionals.
  • Conducts regular probationary visits with new staff and completes Employee Probationary report
  • Responsible for implementation of all HR activities for BSO staff. Interviewing, performance appraisals, performance improvement activities, and terminations of staff as per the CUPE collective agreement, attendance monitoring, conflict resolution
  • Ensures regular and consistent communication with the HBHN LHIN through committee involvement and regular reporting.
  • Implements program changes as directed by the HBHNLHIN.
  • Supervises and maintains all required BSO program documentation and database as per established BSO pathways.
  • Maintains relationships and ongoing training and awareness with mental health program and supports within the community.
  • Represent BSO Long Term Care mobile team at required CCAC, LTC Regional meetings.

Occupational Health & Safety

Employees of St. Joseph’s Villa are responsible for:

  • Ensuring their familiarity with the Health & Safety Program.
  • Ensuring that they work in a safe and healthy manner using the prescribed measures and procedures, and protective devices.
  • Actively participating in the identification of workplace hazards with the aim of continuously improving the work environment.

In addition to the above responsibilities, employees shall be responsible for all the duties outlined in the Occupational Health and Safety Act (R.S.O. 1990 c.0.1).

Note: Any persons who, in their relationship with St. Joseph’s Villa, do not conduct themselves in accordance with St. Joseph’s Villa Safety Policy and Procedures will be subject to disciplinary actions.




RN Manager

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The Behavioral Supports Ontario (BSO) program is a provincial initiative focusing on providing quality care for individuals with complex and challenging mental health, dementia or other neurological conditions.

We are recruiting an RN Manager to manage mobile teams in Brant and Haldimand Norfolk. This PERMANENT FULL TIME POSITION requires at least two years FT experiencing managing in a LTC setting. (ADOC, DOC). Experience with GPS, PIECES and Montessori and asset. Competitive salary and benefit plan.

A valid Driver’s License, car and Valid registration with the College of Nurses is required. Applicants must be willing to drive regularly throughout Brant, Haldimand Norfolk counties and occasionally throughout the HNHB region.

For further information on the BSO project refer to website www.hnhblhin.on.ca Pls. fax or email applications to 905 627 2722 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. by 4 pm on Friday February 24, 2017.