Careers at RNAO

Are you interested in joining a collaborative, professional and friendly group of individuals who bring their passion for equity, humanity and the principles that RNAO values to their work?

Benefits

We offer attractive salaries and a huge range of benefits, including health and dental, short-term disability, long-term disability, vacation and sick time coverage, top-up for mat leave, professional development, and we are members of HOOPP.

 

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Health-care coverage

We offer health and dental, short-term disability, long-term disability, vacation and sick time coverage as well as top up for mat leave.

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Pension plan

We are members of the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP).

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Competitive compensation

RNAO offers competitive salary and benefits and is continually scanning the market to ensure our compensation is equitable and competitive.

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Learning and development

RNAO encourages all employees to pursue their dreams of professional development. We offer annual reimbursement for education related to their field of work and make every effort to accommodate the time required to pursue education.

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Location

Located near the Yonge and York Mills subway station in Toronto, we are easily accessible by public transit or automobile.


Current job listings

Department
IMT
Closing date
Nov. 30

The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is a socially innovative organization that aims to transform health care for Ontarians, Canadians and people worldwide.

Working with the Information Management and Technology Team (IM&T), your passion for learning innovation will help deliver RNAO’s most sought after elearning courses. These courses are widely used in the health care sector, and in particular by nursing students and nurses. We use an open source, full featured LMS running on our in-house IT infrastructure.

Department
IMT
Closing date
Nov. 30

The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is a socially innovative organization that aims to transform health care for Ontarians, Canadians and people worldwide.

Working with the Information Management and Technology Team (IM&T), your passion for learning innovation will help deliver RNAO’s most sought after e-learning courses. These courses are widely used in the health care sector, and in particular by nursing students and nurses. We use an open source, full featured LMS running on our in-house IT infrastructure.

Department
IABPG
Closing date
Nov. 30

The Guideline Development Methodologist (GDM) is responsible for leading the planning, research and execution of best practice guidelines (BPG). The GDM will support the work of an interprofessional expert panel by: conducting systematic reviews of the literature; developing evidence -based recommendation statements; writing the guideline, reports and manuscripts peer-review; and prepare and present research for scientific meetings. The GDM works collaboratively with RNAOs Implementation Science and Evaluation/Monitoring Teams to support implementation , evaluation and sustainability of evidence-based practice cultures.

Department
IMT
Closing date
Nov. 30

Working with the Information Management and Technology Team (IM&T), your passion for data and highly usable websites will help shape RNAO’s web presence. We own a number of public and internal facing digital products including web content management systems, a web publishing platform, online education software, online stores, nursing resources, customer relationship management systems and more.

Department
IMT
Closing date
Nov. 30

The primary function of the Machine Learning Engineer is to develop and optimize next-generation intelligent translation using Machine Learning (ML) systems and natural language processing for the information collected in RNAO data systems: Nursing Quality Indicators for Research and Evaluation (NQuIRE®) and MyBPSO.

Department
IABPG
Closing date
Nov. 30

The Guideline Development Methodologist (GDM) is responsible for leading the planning, research and execution of best practice guidelines (BPG). The GDM will support the work of an interprofessional expert panel by: conducting systematic reviews of the literature; developing evidence -based recommendation statements; writing the guideline, reports and manuscripts peer-review; and prepare and present research for scientific meetings.

Department
IABPG
Closing date
Nov. 30

The primary function of the Implementation Science Manager - International Affairs and Best Practice Guidelines Centre is to facilitate the development, implementation and evaluation of knowledge transfer strategies and special projects funded by the Ministry of Health and/or Ministry of Long-Term Care and other funders.

Department
IABPG
Closing date
Nov. 30

The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario, with the support of the Government of Ontario, manages the Long-term care Best Practices Program to enhance quality care in long-term care (LTC) through the role of the LTC Best Practice Coordinator.    

We have a vacancy in the North York, North Scarborough and York Region catchment area, and we are seeking an accomplished RN to take a lead role in facilitating utilization of best practices in long-term care homes.  This is a full-time position.