Nurse Practitioner- 4D Heart Centre Inpatient Unit

The Hospital for Sick Children

The Hospital for Sick Children

Toronto, ON, Canada
Posted on Sunday, June 9, 2024

We are currently seeking a Nurse Practitioner to join our Heart Centre Inpatient Unit - Post-op team.

In this role, you will provide leadership and promote excellence in family centred nursing care through the five main role components of expert practice, education, consultation, research and leader/change agent.

Here's What You'll Love

  • A focus on employee wellness with our new Staff Health and Well-being Strategy. Self-care helps us support others.
  • A hospital that welcomes and focuses on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
  • The opportunity to make an impact. Regardless of your role or professional interest, you will be making a difference at SickKids and contributing to our vision of Healthier Children. A Better World.

Here's What You'll Get To Do

  • Integrate nursing and medical skills and knowledge within a broad scope of advanced nursing practice.
  • Assume a leadership role in influencing clinical nursing practice and the provision of care. Integrates research into practice.
  • Create, utilize and/or disseminate new knowledge.
  • Conduct environmental assessments (home, community, school) and help guide child/family through the treatment program. You will identify and link to services and resources in community, provide assistance with acquiring specialized equipment for children in the program and participate in planning for transition to adult services.

Here's What You'll Need

  • Master's of Nursing or equivalent with a clinical focus.
  • Completion of an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner program or equivalent.
  • Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario within the RN (Extended Class)
  • 3-5 years of clinical nursing experience in paediatrics.
  • Proven ability to be visionary and provide leadership, act as a change agent, and foster teamwork and consensus.
  • Demonstrated ability to be an innovative critical thinker with excellent communication, public speaking and problem solving skills.
  • Knowledge of theoretical frameworks and research application.
  • A commitment to understanding and aiding in the pursuit of equity, diversity & inclusion

Employment Type: Temporary Full-Time, 1 year contract