Health Care Aide – Care Supervisor (PV2651)

  • Full Time
  • Coquitlam
  • 33 - 33

ProVita Care Management



Health Care Aide (HCA) – Care Supervisor

Pro Vita is looking for strong, experienced Health Care Aide – Care Supervisor with a passion for the elderly to join our teams to support our residents in Long Term Care in Burnaby


Company Name: Pro Vita Care Management 
Job Title:  HCA – Care Supervisor 
Term of Employment: Part-time
Shift(s): 4 days per week with 1 day to be performed on the weekend, 30 hours/week
Wage*:  $33.00 /hour
 
HCA – Care Supervisor Must Haves: 

  • Provincial Registration with the BC Care Aide Registry.
  • Graduation from a recognized Resident Care Aide/Nursing program which includes a Dementia Care component or has completed a recognized Dementia Care program.  
  • Food Safe Level 1. 
  • Satisfactory proof of COVID-19 vaccinations. 
  • Passes and complies with Ministry of Justice Criminal record Check upon hire and every 5 years thereafter. 
  • Ability to effectively communicate in English, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to work flexible hours as required (monitoring of evening and night shift and weekends).
  •  Available for Rotational On-call Schedule and/or as needed based on facility demands.
  • Basic computer literacy with word processing, email applications, spreadsheets, and/or database programs and excellent knowledge of healthcare technology software and MDS

HCA – Care Supervisor Nice to Haves: 


  • 1+ year related managerial experience preferred. 
  • Maintains Occupational First Aide Level 1 or 2, and CPR “C” certification.

HCA – Care Supervisor Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership and direction to the HCAs, ensuring strict compliance with the HCA Job Routines.
  • Provides input into resident care quality improvement goals in collaboration with the Care Manager, DRC and the Interdisciplinary Team.
  • Through hands on assistance, monitor staff’s clinical skill levels, develop an improvement plan and implement corrective measures to ensure compliance with established care standards.
  • Coordinates and leads orientation for new hires for HCAs.
  • Ensures ADLs are reviewed monthly and reflects current residents’ care needs as indicated in the nursing care plans (i.e., bathing schedules, bathing preferences, etc).
  • Complete performance evaluations on all RCAs prior to the end of their probationary period, and annually thereafter, ensuring policies are reviewed and signed off on. 
  • Manage the day-to-day operations of residential care within the scope of the contract.
  • Ensure compliance with all government, employment and industry laws, regulations and requirements by staying informed of changes and their impact on the organization and its goals.
  • Ensure all CQI audits (i.e., monthly Compliance Audits, Care Audits, & Hand Hygiene Audits) and HR audits are completed as required and posted on SharePoint.
  • Develop and post an action plan with target dates to address areas of non-compliance following discussion with the necessary leadership.
  • Participates in on-going formal/informal education.
  • Participates with licensing inspection of the facility, a review of the operations, enforcement of policies and procedures in all matters of care.
  • Communicates performance issues to care manager.
  • Managing budget for supplies.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.
  • May be required to assist with medication administration as per contingency plan


If you are a kind, caring individual who enjoys connecting with and making a difference in the lives of elders – Apply Today!
 *Please note that Healthcare wages are being adjusted and topped up by the government currently, February 2023.