Help us enable even more peace of mind
Iridia was founded on the premise that broader access to Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) would save lives. Since then, we’ve built and staffed Canada’s first privately owned mobile hospital and deployed it to provide care to BC’s resource sector workers in the far North. Along the way we’ve been shortlisted as a Top 100 employer, acknowledged for rapid growth, and nominated as having one of the best corporate cultures.
The journey to date has been a rich one to be sure, but there is much left to do. Our values are our fundamental driving forces for decision-making. We have our sights set on making an even bigger difference in the health and well-being of everyone we connect with. And this is where you come in.
We have an exciting opportunity for one registered nurse to work closely with our senior team to setup, open and staff an on-site medical clinic at a well-established industrial worksite in Whitehorse, Yukon. This is a full-time position working 2/2 weeks rotations. This project provides the unique opportunity to assist in the build-out of a new model of care which will positively impact the lives of a large employee group.
- Act as the on-site medical lead
- Perform emergency first aid for occupational and non-occupational injuries and illnesses
- Practice to your full nursing scope
- Liaise with our on-call physicians, when necessary, to expand your treatment options and ensure that injured workers receive appropriate and correct treatment if medical aid is required
- Ensure compliance with WSCB regulations and laws affecting the workplace as it relates to first-aid and patient care
- Perform wellness health assessments and provide specialty medical referrals and follow-up for patients as needed
- Lead a variety of occupational health programs including hearing tests, provision of flu shots and biometric testing.
- Perform direct on-site medical examinations and annual fit-for-duty evaluations as required.
- Work closely with the company Disability Case Manager and help support the Return to Work and Stay at Work programs
- Provide Medical Case Management oversight as necessary.
- Provide referrals to Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) or any other community resources required and coordinate follow-up care as needed.
- Maintain and safeguard confidentiality of employee health information and health records of employees.
- Maintain accurate, complete and timely medical record documentation Assist with administering and supporting the client’s Drug and Alcohol Program.
- Assist with administrative duties including the inventory and maintenance of medical supplies to ensure clinic medical facilities and equipment are properly maintained.
Skills and Qualifications:
- Holds a valid RN license with YRNA (Yukon Registered Nurses Association) in a good standing or is willing to obtain one
- Strongly Preferred – experience in industry, remote or rural settings
- Preferred - Certification in Occupational Health Nursing
- Preferred – Remote Nursing Certification
- Preferred – Emergency Nursing experience
- Valid OFAIII Certificate (or be willing to obtain one)
- Ability to support managers and supervisors on attendance, accommodation and disability management-related issues
- Excellent organizational and communication skills with the ability to effectively manage the day-to-day operations within an everchanging work environment
- Demonstrated ability to write a concise report, prepare project plans, conduct workshops, and give presentations
- Conflict resolution experience and ability to persuade or influence individuals to change