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

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Finance

The Accounting Manager’s primary function is to perform various aspects of financial management, including accounting, regulatory and financial reporting, budget and forecast preparation, and assist the Director of Finance & Administration (DoFA) in developing internal control policies and procedures to mitigate risk for the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario.

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IABPG

The Implementation Specialist is a member of the IABPG Centre, whose role focuses specifically on RNAO’s Best Practice Guideline (BPG) Clinical Pathways Program. The goal of this Program is to promote technology-enabled evidence-based practice in Ontario’s long-term care (LTC) sector through the implementation of digitized versions of RNAO’s Best Practice Guidelines (BPGs) known as BPG Clinical Pathways. The primary function of the implementation specialist is to support the LTC homes that are participating in this Program. The role incorporates the application of implementation science which at RNAO includes two frameworks; knowledge to action and social movement action at the individual and organizational levels.

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IABPG

The Research Associate is a Registered Nurse who is an integral team member of the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario’s (RNAO) Research Unit. The primary function of the Research Associate is to conduct research activities based on assigned projects and/or programs, as well as support operational planning and administration of the RNAO Research Unit. As part of this role, the incumbent will work with interprofessional and cross functional teams as well as work independently to support health outcome research at RNAO.

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Membership

The primary function of the Membership Outreach Coordinator is to seek out opportunities to liaise with registered nurses, nurse practitioners and nursing students to develop and grow membership retention & recruitment programs for the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario. This is a Level 7 position under a Collective Agreement with the Canadian Office & Professional Employees Union, Local 343, with an annual starting salary of $63,874 with annual increments reaching $82,882 after four years, plus a full benefits package including a defined benefit pension plan.

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IMT

The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is seeking a full-time full stack Drupal Developer who will thrive as part of the innovative and supportive Information Management and Technology team (IM&T). We are looking for someone who writes organized, well-documented code, strives to follow coding standards and implement best practices, and who succeeds when working collaboratively on a team comprised of content editors, designers, developers, and project owners.

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IABPG

The primary function of the Quality Improvement Specialist is to ensure that indicator data collected and processed by the Nursing Quality Indicators for Research and Evaluation (NQuIRE®) data system meets informational (e.g., methods, protocols, terminologies and guidelines for the collection, exchange, storage and retrieval of information) and quality standards (e.g., completeness, timeliness, consistency, accuracy of the data, etc.). The Quality Improvement Specialist will support the resolution of data quality challenges experienced by end users.

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IABPG

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.

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IABPG

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.

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