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Care. Compassion. Love. Respect.Pretty much sums up the needs of those who live and work in our long-term care centres. Our Long Term Care Services Plan will guide our work over the next 4 years and plays a key role in the Region of Peel’s vision of Community for Life. What's an Absolute Requirement? Caring, Compassionate with Strong interpersonal Skills, Flexibility to meet the needs of our residents and Knowledge of the Long Term Care Act and regulations. To deliver integrated, person-centred care in an engaged workplace, come join our family as a Social Worker and make a positive difference in people’s lives! Social Worker - Long Term Care The role:The Social Workers reports to the Administrator of the home and collaborates with other disciplines to manage admissions, transfers, discharge processes, resident interventions, liaising with community resources and providing emotional support to our familiesResponsibilities:As a member of the interdisciplinary team you will provide input into initial, annual and special resident assessment, care planning and evaluation to ensure services are planned and updated according to resident needs considering privacy, cultural diversity, intimacy, dignity and quality of life You will provide counselling and support to residents and their families related to admission, discharge planning, palliative care and bereavement You will monitor the wait list and liaise with the Local Health Integration Network for resident admissions. You will act as staff liaison and conduct tours for prospective residents and their families, develop and facilitate presentations for Residents’ and Family Council meetings, chair ethics and palliative care committees and promote the centre within the community. You’ll also coordinate in home events and supervise and evaluate social worker student placements.You’ll be responsible for the completion of resident documentation in accordance with the College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers standards, and maintain accurate CQI records, and dashboard entries, ensuring compliance with relevant Regional and Provincial acts, standards and accreditation standards. You will develop, implement and make revisions to relevant policies and procedures as requiredQualifications: A Bachelor of Social Work degree from a recognized university and membership in good standing with the Ontario College of Social Work and Social Service Workers. Additional courses in gerontology, and experience with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia’s an asset An effective leader with conflict resolution skills and strong problem-solving skills to be innovative and creative in developing strategies that successfully meet the needs of clients and caregiversDemonstrated skills in assessment, facilitation and counselling, in long term care or social service agency that serves the elderlyKnowledgeable of the psychosocial needs of community seniors and the informal caregiver. In-depth knowledge of available community services/programs to assist clients and their families to navigate the health and social service systemsKnowledge of relevant Regional and Provincial legislation including the Consent to Treatment Act, Substitute Decisions Act, MFIPPA, PHIPA, and policies and procedures. Knowledge related to the Consent and Capacity Board and Powers of AttorneyStrong communication skills both written and verbal and interpersonal skills to effectively work with clients, caregivers, staff, volunteers and all internal and external resources. Strong public speaking skills to conduct presentations to promote community support servicesStrong administrative skills including ability to formulating and administer the budget Location: Peel Manor, 525 Main Street North, BramptonHours of work: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday – Friday (Flexibility required, may include some evening and weekend work to meet our residents needs) Please note: Successful candidates hired to work within any of The Region of Peel’s Long Term Care Homes are required to provide the following information prior to hire:- Vulnerable Sector Police Check- TB Skin TestingIf this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online and complete the attached questionnaire.
Representative New Accounts - StormwaterPublic Works – Operations SupportContract Full-Time, Duration: Thirteen (13) months Reporting to the Supervisor, Stormwater Billing, you will be responsible for providing clerical support to ensure continued billing for all Stormwater accounts. You will also be providing admininistrative support while inputting and maintaining information for the creation and continued quality control of Stormwater accounts. Responsibilities:- Create new Residential and Commercial Stormwater premises and set up accounts upon receipt of information from the local municipalities- Run quality control reports to review data inconsistencies and take corrective actions- Input data into Billing system, including new account information and information from other sources such as Billing Operations, client municipalities, or Municipal Connect- Process Stormwater related account and premise changes sent from local municipalities- Liaise with client municipalities regarding account details- Provide support for New Accounts area- Any other related duties as assigned by your SupervisorQualifications:- Completed Post-Secondary Education- 2-3 years of working experience related to the position- Polished communication skills with ability to speak, write, and report in a professional manner with a wide range of stakeholders - Experienced with Microsoft Excel, creating spreadsheets and working with large volumes of data- Extremely detail oriented with a keen eye for accuracy of information- Organized, timely, and able to prioritize the workload based on importance- Analytical thinker with ability to investigate inquiries when needed- Experience using billing software would be considered an assetLocation: 2 Copper Rd, Brampton, ONHours of Work: 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience please apply online
Senior Financial Analyst, BillingPublic Works – Operations SupportContract Full-Time, Duration: Thirteen (13) months Reporting to the Supervisor, Stormwater Billing, you will provide a Stormwater billing service to external clients using our own water billing software. Along with providing comprehensive data management and reporting support to the Stormwater Billing service, you will be asked to ensure a high level of accuracy and timeliness with your work. Responsibilities:- Oversee and monitor the interface process for Stormwater billing data updates between the Region of Peel and external clients- Manage external client’s Stormwater billing data within the Region of Peel’s billing software through the creation of automated quality assurance reports- Create and run various data management and financial management reports (including forecasting) according to the agreed service level with external clients- Analyze various aspects of Stormwater billing to make recommendations to management on streamlining processes to increase efficiency and effectiveness- Coordinate any system(s) testing when Stormwater data is impacted- Provide extensive financial analysis and modeling for various reporting components of the stormwater billing- Analyze and interpret detailed reports and complex data, and develop recommendations or actions- Engage in extensive problem-solving tasks including: utilizing advanced research techniques; extensive consultations with subject matter experts; employing independent and sound judgment- Collaborate with internal partners to support program requirements- Any other ad-hoc assignmentsQualifications- Completed post-secondary education in Finance or related discipline- Minimum five (5) years progressive experience in similar environment- Ability to work independently and analyze data effectively with limited supervision- Proficient using SQL Developer and database management skills to develop various reports- Polished communication skills with ability to tailor messaging to appropriate audiences- Excellent interpersonal, time management and organizational skills- Advanced knowledge of financial/program management principles and practices- Strong analytical mindset with problem-solving skills to work through complex issuesLocation: 2 Copper Road, Brampton, ONHours of Work: 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please apply online
Control Clerk - StormwaterPublic Works – Operations SupportContract Full-Time, Duration: (13) thirteen months Reporting to the Supervisor, Stormwater Billing, you will be responsible for the reconciliation of General Ledger accounts related to Stormwater, as well as, the collection of past due Stormwater accounts by investigating and responding to outstanding accounts Responsibilities:- Coordinate and reconcile Stormwater general ledger accounts- Research and resolve reconciliation variances- Prepare journals for month-end accruals, as well as any other journals as required- Review summary reports pertaining to daily balancing within CC&B- Monitor input/automated processing (cash receipts, billing and adjustments) to CC&B billing system to ensure correct totals are posted to the general ledger- Prepare year end write-off documentation to re-allocate accounts from holding account to write-off account- Coordinate the transfer of Stormwater accounts in arrears to municipal tax rolls- Respond to Collection related requests from customers using established guidelines and escalate any issues as needed to Stormwater Supervisor- Send Tax letter to property owners on outstanding arrears- Interact with law firms to resolve any outstanding amounts on prior owned properties.- Issue refund requests- Other duties as assigned by your Supervisor Qualifications:- Completed Post-Secondary Education in Accounting or related field- 2-3 years of working experience related to the position- Polished communication skills with ability to speak, write, and report in a professional manner with a wide range of stakeholders - Experienced with Microsoft Excel, creating spreadsheets and working with large volumes of data- Extremely detail oriented with a keen eye for accuracy of information- Organized, timely, and able to prioritize the workload based on importance- Analytical thinker with ability to investigate inquiries when needed- CMA/CPA/CFA certifications would be considered an asset- Experience using CC&B software would be considered an assetLocation: 2 Copper Rd, Brampton, ON Hours of Work: 35 hours per week, Monday-Friday If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience please apply online
HR Operations and Payroll Coordinator – PeopleSoftHuman Resources – Corporate Services Contract Duration – Approximately 18 Months Reporting to the HRIC Supervisor, as the HR Operations and Payroll Coordinator you will be responsible to process, analyze and maintain accurate and timely payroll and Human Resource related documents/transactions using the Human Resources Management system. In this role you will also be responsible for the processing of biweekly payroll administration on a weekly basis. Other duties include supporting biweekly and monthly reporting and remittances. Major Responsibilities:- Review and analyze HRIC and Payroll issues requiring a solid understanding of (including but not limited to) Job Data, Time & Labour, Pay for Performance and Payroll- Input, analyze and maintain HRMS employee transactions. This includes but is not limited to data changes for new hires, transfers, leave requests and returns, performance management increases, tax forms, additional pay, general deductions, banking, retirements, terminations and deaths.- Apply policy and Collective Agreement rules to all job data transactions received.- Responsible for OMERS and benefit enrolment and maintains a working knowledge of benefit plans.- Process employee benefits with regards to – change in marital status, name changes, change in beneficiaries, change in benefits, processing undeliverable cheques, calculating arrears or refunds if applicable and in a timely manner.- Follow-up with employees, HR clients, and third-party requestors.- Respond to requests for employee and Payroll information as they are received and in a timely manner.- Verify data on employee pay lines is correctly populated by source documents (Time & Labour, JBS).- Verify the calculation of premiums. This includes but is not limited to acting assignment premiums, performance management increases, learning assignment premiums, retiring allowances and severance.- Calculate retroactive payments resulting from Collective Agreement settlements, step increases, transfers, new hire delays, etc.- Analyze and prepare spreadsheets for electronic uploads to pay lines.- Make all entries on pay lines. This includes but is not limited to taxable benefits, benefit correction overrides, retroactive payments.- Create, edit and submit all Records of Employment.- Complete and submit all earnings verification requests for Service Canada or the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).- Update and maintain the electronic employee record for all staff.- Provide backup support to other Coordinators, as required.Qualifications:- Post-secondary education in accounting, public administration, Human Resources, or business administration with at least three (3) years of experience processing employee payroll transactional data or an equivalent combination of education and experience.- Knowledge of HR related policies, programs and processes.- Knowledge of CRA tax regulations, pertaining to payroll.- Previous experience navigating and interpreting Collective Agreement Language.- Knowledge of OMERS administrations, Employment Standards Act.- Payroll designation would be an asset.- Knowledge of HRMS processes.- Knowledge of Absence & Position Management modules in HRMS would be an asset- Strong computer knowledge and demonstrated experience in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook and Visio).- Excellent math, keyboarding and Excel skills to verify PA increase, acting premiums, learning premiums etc.- Strong attention to detail.- Well-developed verbal and written communication skills to address a variety of audiences.- Interpersonal and customer service skills to maintain effective relations with all levels of internal staff and external contacts.- Proven self-starter with a demonstrated ability to work well independently and as part of a team- Excellent organization and time management skills with an ability to manage in a changing priority environment- Demonstrated ability to work with a high degree of diplomacy, confidentiality and professionalism- Ability to work in fast paced, pressure environment and flexibility to work additional hours as required- Developed research, investigative, analytical, and problem-solving skills Location: Due to Covid 19, most of our offices are currently closed to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period of time. Once our offices re-open you will report to 10 Peel Centre Drive, BramptonHours of work: 35 hours/week If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply online.
Specialist, Enterprise Asset Management Change Management Contract Full-time up to 24 monthsFinance-Enterprise Asset Management Are you a change management professional who thrives on developing and implementing change management plans to ensure that the people side of change is managed successfully? We are looking for an experienced change management practitioner who can drive successful change, through the development and implementation of a comprehensive Change Management Strategy that supports program, department and corporate priorities. The Role: Reporting to the Director, Enterprise Asset Management, and working closely with designated Project Managers and Change Management Advisors from across the department, the Specialist will develop and lead tactical change management plans for various divisional priorities and projects. Working closely with senior leaders and program leadership teams to understand the culture of change and provide advice on change strategies for department and program initiatives, ensuring alignment with the broader systems planning. The Change Management Specialist will integrate a philosophy of ‘change awareness’ into the planning and performance of the Enterprise Asset Management division, ensuring that measures associated with change management principles are coordinated and reported to inform effective business execution and performance. By promoting a culture of change awareness and effectively managing the practical implications of significant change, the Specialist will necessarily focus on outcomes associated with successful integration of change awareness with project planning, performance measurement, strategy development, and project execution. Major Responsibilities:- Provide direction and expert advice to management and staff regarding the implementation of change initiatives- Gather and assemble information from the program areas having change implications in order to identify, plan and implement actions to achieve objectives- Coordinate with appropriate staff to ensure alignment of change management tactics with project plan, change management strategy and program/business area requirements/considerations- Partner with various staff across the department and organization to ensure effective change adoption and reinforcement for specified change initiatives. - Provide guidance and direction within a matrix environment, using advanced verbal and written communication skills to write business reports, briefing materials, newsletters, bulletins, and general correspondence- Develop and professionally deliver presentations tosenior leadership teams, staff and stakeholders to effectively persuade others on the benefits of new initiatives.- Develop tactical approaches to implement and reinforce new initiatives and ensures change management’ is kept top of mind. - Evaluate and organize complex information so that it can be easily understood by multiple audiences.- Develop tactics for communicating information and facilitating discussions and be accountable for the same. Must be able to explain the decisions/recommendations and explain the courses of action required to resolve an issue. The Specialist will use good judgment in the interpretation and communication of corporate and departmental policies, strategic plans, objectives and priorities in the context of change initiatives. Qualifications: - University degree in finance, education, communications, marketing, project management or related field, plus expert knowledge and further specialization in the change management - Exceptional communications skills and the ability to translate strategic directions and program plans into actionable tactics to ensure staff and leadership have the support needed to implement necessary change. - Current professional Change Management Certification (i.e. Prosci, etc.)- Expert knowledge of ADKAR Methodology as well as other change management methodologies - Demonstrate experience in applying, modifying and developing change management approaches for various types of change initiatives- Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of organizational change capacity and various change cultures across organizations- Practical knowledge and skills in project management processes (i.e. PMBOK, Pince2 etc.)- Project Management Certification is an asset- Exceptional interpersonal skills to liaise with every level of employee within the Region of Peel. - Demonstrated experience planning and providing tactical change management support to various types of initiatives- Proven ability in successfully influencing major programs and projects involving multiple participants.- Proven ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment.- Superior analytical and problem-solving skills (involving multi-stakeholder interests).- Superior writing and presentation skills Location: Due to Covid 19, most of our offices are currently closed to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and community. As such, this position will be required to work remotely for an undetermined period of time. Once our offices re-open you will report to 10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton. Hours of Work: 35 hours/week – Monday through Friday If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online.
Registered Nurse - COVID 19 Health Services – Long Term Care Temporary Full Time opportunities to support the Region of Peel's 5 Long Term Care Nursing Homes responding to the COVID-19 pandemic Why Should I Apply? Care. Compassion. Love. Respect Pretty much sums up the needs of those who live and work in our long-term care homes. Our Long Term Care Services Plan will guide our work over the next 4 years and plays a key role in the Region of Peel’s vision of Community for Life. What drives us? Providing excellent customer service to our residents and families - it’s in the heart of what we do! We have the unique ability to touch and make a positive difference in people's lives. If you thrive on a career built on rewarding experiences this may be the opportunity for you. Reporting to the Director of Care (or designate) you will provide nursing care in accordance with the College of Nurses Standards of Practice, administrative policies and procedures of the centre, and other applicable legislation. Responsibilities:- Apply the Nursing Process in the provision of individualized care to residents- Responsible for the completion and updating, as required, of the Resident Plan of Care with input from the multidisciplinary team as required- Communicate pertinent resident information to members of the nursing team and documents nursing care provided for each resident- Responsible for the administration of medications and treatment as prescribed by the physician and in accordance with the College of Nurses of Ontario- Responsible for the safekeeping of drug and narcotic keys- Confer with physician on issues regarding residents’ health and carries out physician’s orders with follow-up documentation, as required- Function effectively as a team member and leader in co-coordinating nursing assignment according to priorities established on her/his shift- Communicate effectively and liaises with residents, families, visitors, Director of Care and other members of the multidisciplinary team- Provide supervision and assistance in the dining room to ensure that all residents receive the appropriate diet and experience quality dining service- Responsible for ensuring prompt response to nurse call and alarm systems- Provide leadership, oversee and evaluate nursing care provided by nursing personnel on his/her team in accordance with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care standards and policies and procedures- Participate in the evaluation of staff members on the unit, as part of a team process- Complete and analyze resident incident/accident reports, and implement corrective action as appropriate- Maintain a safe working environment by adhering to proper procedures and prompt reporting of unsafe conditions- Complete staff incident/accident reports and forwards to DOC and/or designate- Provide health teaching to residents and family and acts as an advocate- Maintain good relationships with the residents, staff, volunteers and visitors- Attend in-service education sessions, staff meetings, workshops, etc., as directed by the DOC to maintain competency in long-term care- Assist in the orientation of new nursing staff as required- Participate in relevant aspects of the Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) program to evaluate and improve client services- Monitor CQI indicators and reports on a monthly basis to the DOC- Participate in committees as required- Present and assists in developing approved in-service education programs within the centre- Co-ordinate and attend resident care conferences- Monitor and control the usage of medical and personal care supplies- Report health and safety hazards, actively participates in eliminating causes of accidents, and performs emergency and occupational health and safety measures as required (WHMIS, Infection Control, Fire)- Perform other delegated duties as assigned Qualifications:- Current certificate of competence as a Registered Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario- Certificate in Gerontology is an asset- Experience in geriatric or long-term care, rehabilitation, medical/surgical, and psychiatric nursing is preferred- Strong leadership, interpersonal and teamwork abilities- Must have effective oral and written communication skills- Must be able to communicate appropriately with residents, staff, professionals, visitors and volunteers- Must be able to work independently and within a team structure- Proficiency in basic computer skills is a requirement- Must be physically able to perform all delegated dutiesCompensation: $32.21 per hour - As per the Collective Agreement (ONA)Location: Brampton, Mississauga and CaledonHours of work: Various shifts, including days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays If this opportunity matches your interest and experience, please apply online and complete the attached questionnaire.Please note: Successful candidates hired to work within any of The Region of Peel’s Long Term Care Homes are required to provide the following information prior to hire: · Vulnerable Sector Police Check· TB Skin Testing It is the responsibility of the successful candidate to pay for any associated costs of the above noted checks
Position: Articling StudentContract Duration: Approximately twelve (12) months, commencing August 2021Department: Corporate ServicesDivision: Legal Services The Region of Peel is able to offer a unique and highly attractive articling experience to our potential candidates. Working with Legal Services at the Region of Peel combines the work-life balance and supportive environment of a government office with the broad range of practice areas and commitment to service of a large full-service law firm. Primary Responsibilities: The Articling Student will:- Provide legal research assistance.- Prepare memoranda and legal opinions.- Provide legal support on a broad range of files in each of the three practice areas described below.- Dispute Resolution - providing legal representation by appearing in court, before administrative boards and tribunals, and in mediation and arbitration of all types. Diverse Regional client groups include all departments, as well as the Peel Police Services Board. Construction liens, labour and employment, personal injury and commercial litigation matters are typical. Expectations include: providing research support, preparing pleadings and documents and representing the Region of Peel before courts and tribunals.- Business Law - drafting legal documents and providing legal research to support clients in affordable housing, IT, waste management, water & wastewater servicing. Providing legal advice on the Municipal Act, 2001, Planning Act, Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, and other relevant municipal legislation. Preparation and enactment of municipal by-laws and creation of policy within the municipal jurisdiction for administrative decision making.- Property Law - assisting with the acquisition and disposition of real property, both residential and commercial, as well as preparing documents relating to leasing, licensing, expropriation and environmental site concerns. Exposure to title searching, agreements of purchase and sale and securing easement rights for roads and municipal infrastructure projects. Assistance with land development agreements and tribunal representation at the Land Planning Appeals Tribunal.Qualifications:To be eligible for the Articling Student position, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:- Completion of LL.B. or J.D. or enrollment in final year of academic study at an accredited law school, or LSO approved equivalency;- Class G driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle; and- Such other articling student eligibility requirements as required by the Law Society of Ontario. Application Requirements:Together with your resume, please provide a cover letter and your undergraduate, graduate (if applicable) and law school transcripts. A writing sample may be required from those students who are offered interviews. Compensation: Band 5 as per Non-Union Salary Structure, plus comprehensive benefitsLocation: 10 Peel Centre Drive, BramptonHours of work: 8:30am - 4:30pm Monday to Friday (35 hours per week) Please note that the 2020/21 articling position has been filled. Applications for the 2021/22 articling term will be accepted until a date in June which is yet to be decided by the Law Society of Ontario. Interview dates will be announced once decided by the Law Society of Ontario. Dates in the job posting will be updated once confirmed. If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online.
Personal Support Worker - Covid-19 Response (Future Opportunities)Health Services – Long Term CareTemporary - Up to 6 months durationReporting to Director of Care (or designate) you will be responsible for the provision of quality, resident-centered, personal care to the residents based on the residents’ abilities and preferences, the principles of customer service, the Regional Values, policies and procedures. Responsibilites:- Function as a participating member of the multidisciplinary health care team- Provide personal care to residents including bathing, dressing, toileting and ambulation- Assist in providing emotional and physical comfort and safety to the residents- Observe and report changes in the resident’s physical and emotional conditions- Help ensure that each resident receives the proper diet, assist with meal serving and feed or assist residents- Assist in maintaining the residents units in a clean and tidy fashion- Assist in-service training as required- Nursing Attendant responsibilities as per job descriptionQualifications:- High School Diploma is required- Personal Support Worker Certificate, graduation from a program whose curriculum has been approved by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities is required- Must have effective oral and written communication skills in English, and a good understanding of customer service concepts- Must be able to communicate appropriately with the residents, staff, visitors, volunteers and medical professionals- Must be able to work well with others in a team setting- Must be physically able to perform all delegated duties Locations: - Brampton: Peel Manor - 525 Main Street North- Brampton: Tall Pines - 1001 Peter Robertson Boulevard- Mississauga: Malton Village - 7075 Rexwood Road- Mississauga: Sheridan Villa - 2640 Truscott Drive- Caledon: Davis Centre - 80 Allan DriveHours of work: No guarantee of hours. Must be available to work days, evenings, nights, alternating weekends and holidays.- Shifts may include: 07:00 - 15:00, 15:00 - 23:00, 23:00 - 07:00.If this opportunity matches your qualifications and experience, please apply online and complete the attached questionnaire. Please note: Successful candidates hired to work within any of The Region of Peel’s Long Term Care Homes are required to provide the following information and will be required to complete an on-site Covid test:- Vulnerable Sector Police Check- TB Skin Testing