FT - Registered Nurse Program Manager

Prince George, BC, Canada Req #10870
Friday, October 13, 2023
Connective is a dynamic non-profit organization that provides innovative programming in the social services sector. We strive to create safe, healthy, and inclusive communities for all.

The Registered Nurse Program Manager will apply leadership and innovation as the life force that sustains and enhances our programs. This position will make a difference by meeting the needs of our service users, funders and regulators. The manager inspires excellence and purpose into the program by planning, organizing, staffing, and monitoring activities that ensure key targets are achieved. The manager provides clinical care, administers medications and treatments, and collaborates with healthcare providers to develop and implement care plans.


Exempt. This position is open to applicants of all genders.


40 hours per week; Monday to Friday, 0800-1600

This position offers the ability to work flexible hours based on operational needs.



  • Implements and promulgates all policies and procedures, including developing appropriate manuals, brochures, and handbooks
  • Hires, supervises, evaluates, transfers, and terminates staff and/or contractors as necessary to fulfill the program goal in accord with the Collective Agreement and the Personnel Polices of Connective.
  • Arranges shift schedules, ensuring appropriate staff coverage
  • Implements a system of staff and volunteer orientation, supervision, in service training and evaluation
  • Ensures all appropriate daily, monthly, and annual documentation of resource staff and contractor’s files and records are maintained
  • Accepts responsibility for the daily and monthly financial and administrative aspects of the programs


  • Ensures effective, inclusive support programs are designed and maintained
  • Develops and implements group and individual social and recreational activities suited to clients’ individual and collective needs and interests
  • Liaises with other Connective’s staff and their programs
  • Facilitates person-centered planning opportunities for staff and clients
  • Provides educational opportunities for clients and their families on health-related topics and provides support and guidance as needed
  • Ensures that funder’s guidelines, based on all agreed goals and including all steps or success measurement and timelines, are completed


  • Assesses client health and safety and development of individual care plans
  • Administers medications and treatments as prescribed by the client’s healthcare provider
  • Monitors clients’ vital signs, symptoms and reactions to medications or treatments
  • Assists with diagnostic tests and procedures as needed
  • Collaborates with healthcare providers to develop and implement care plans for clients
  • Documents client health information, including vital signs, medication administration and progress notes


  • Maintains effective working relationships with related community services, government/stakeholders and agencies
  • Is knowledgeable of related agencies for effective client referrals and support, especially those in their respective communities


  • Ensures that the physical facilities fulfill all fire, health and safety regulations
  • Aderes to all healthcare policies and procedures, including infection control and client privacy
  • Ensures that the resource(s) is maintained as a clean, pleasant and safe environment

On Call

  • Is available to all resource staff, in case of emergencies; this may include carrying a pager or cell phone 24 hours a day and ensures on call coverage is arranged in their absence

Other Duties

  • Coordination and Administration of other teams and programs
  • All Human Resource Functions – recruitment, training, development


  • Completion of an accredited nursing program
  • Current registration with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM)
  • Minimum of 5 years of health-related experience, preferably in seniors’ care, including dementia, geriatrics and Acquired Brain Injury
  • Extensive experience in management in Licensed Community Care settings and Community Living
  • Extensive experience in management of the day-to-day aspects of community-based programs, including case planning, trauma-informed care, psychosocial rehabilitation
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skill in English
  • Knowledge and experience with relevant healthcare laws and regulations
  • Extensive knowledge and experience in hiring, training and supervising and motivating staff
  • Administrative experience and strong administrative skills


  • Ability to successfully complete a Criminal Records Check
  • Ability to successfully complete reference check
  • Ability to provide a record of work history
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
  • Current Emergency First Aid Certificate
  • Class 5 driver’s license
  • Personal transportation that is in good repair, insured for business up to $1,000,000 for liability, and which can be used to transport client


The annual salary range is $82,000 - $90200. The salary will be negotiated based on experience and qualifications. This role will also be eligible for Connective’s comprehensive Management Benefits Package.



  • Financial assistance may be available to support relocation for eligible positions
  • Assistance with Registered Nurse licensing with BCCNM; financial support for administrative and registration fees incurred up to $500
  • Committed Living Wage Employer
  • 2022 Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice Aware from NEOC
  • 2023 High-Performance Culture Award from SupportingLines
  • Competitive benefits package, including health, wellness, and pension plan
  • Career and personal development, with the ability to grow in a diverse range of programs and departments
  • Access to a range of staff mental health supports, including an in-house counsellor, Employee Family Assistance Program, and Critical Incidents Stress Management
  • Access to On-Demand Pay to withdraw earned wages before payday
  • Connective is part of a portability program where employees moving from a CSSEA-member employer to Connective will port their service hours for vacation and wage purposes (within last 12 months)



At Connective, we value and accommodate unique differences to ensure that our staff have the opportunity and are supported to thrive. To build a strong and representative workforce, we strongly encourage applications from BIPOC, LGBTQ2S+ people, immigrants, and people with disabilities or other marginalized communities.

Other details

  • Pay Type Salary
  • Min Hiring Rate $82,000.00
  • Max Hiring Rate $90,200.00
  • Job Start Date Wednesday, November 1, 2023
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  • Prince George, BC, Canada