Part Time Bilingual Care Coordinator
Champlain CCAC - Cornwall, ON

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Hours: 35 hours per 2 weeks
Location: Cornwall, Hawkesbury, Alexandria
Environment: Hospitals

As the focal point by which client’s access a range of services, the Care Coordinator collaborates with clients, families, caregivers or substitute decision makers to assist clients in achieving their short and long term health care goals.

Care Coordinators are committed to:

  • Assessing referred clients for admission and establishing a helping relationship with eligible clients and their families
  • Goal setting and service planning by establishing a care and service plan that balances client's needs, choices and available resources
  • Accessing resources by collaborating and partnering with networks of service providers
  • Initiating the implementation of the care plan
  • Reviewing, monitoring, and adjusting the care plan in compliance with quality standards and outcome measures
  • Conducting discharges from the service process and/or redirecting clients and families to alternative resources

To join our dedicated team of professionals as a Care Coordinator, you have:

  • Degree in Nursing (with current Certificate of Competence from the Ontario College of Nurses) OR,
  • Degree or Diploma in Physiotherapy (registered with the College of Physiotherapy of Ontario) OR,
  • Degree or Diploma in Occupational Therapy (registered with the College of Occupational Therapy of Ontario) OR,
  • Degree in Social Work (registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers) OR,
  • Masters’ Degree in Speech Language Pathology (registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario) AND,
  • A minimum of 2 years related professional experience within your discipline OR,
  • Degree in Foods and Nutrition or equivalent (registered with College of Dietitians of Ontario), OR
  • Registered Nurse (with current Certificate of Competence from the Ontario College of Nurses) and a minimum of 3 years related professional experience

Your knowledge base and skill set includes:

  • Professional experience in health care including linking with other community health agencies, needs assessment, case management and/or discharge planning
  • Client centred, multi-disciplinary team approach to client care
  • Understand and embrace opportunities for improvement
  • Demonstrates initiative and understands “team dynamics” vs. “team player”
  • Effective decision-making and problem-solving in crisis situations
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing in both official languages (English and French) is required for some positions
  • Positive teamwork with ability to accept and adapt to change

There are opportunities for Care Coordinators to work in a variety of settings; in the community, in a hospital environment or in a main/branch office location. To find out more about “A Day in the Life of a Care Coordinator”, and how to build a career with the Champlain CCAC please visit

Employees at the Champlain CCAC enjoy a generous compensation package which includes extended health and dental benefits and a registered pension plan. We are committed to lifelong learning and continuous professional development and offer ongoing opportunities for participation in in-house learning sessions, local training events and national conferences.