Full Time

Clinical Nurse Leader

Louis Brier Home and Hospital 1055 West 41st Ave., Vancouver BC

About Us:

A Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice™, we pride ourselves on a strong reputation for excellence. Our work environment is community-oriented, warm and inclusive. Appreciation is embedded into our culture and staff feel valued for their contributions.

Louis Brier has dedicated leaders who are available and responsive to our needs. An HR Coordinator is devoted to promoting our health, wellness, and engagement. An Infection Control Practitioner helps keep us safe. Everyone is committed to quality and safety and it shows.

By enhancing funding that enriches the quality of life for our residents, the Louis Brier Foundation truly sets our organization apart. State of the art equipment, music and entertainment, culture and education, are all generously funded through the Louis Brier Foundation and this greatly improves work life.

Providing outstanding care is not always easy but making a difference feels good. Working at Louis Brier gives us a feeling of purpose and a sense of belonging. It’s more than a way of working, it’s a way of life.

Be yourself and feel a sense of belonging within a team that embraces differences.
Contribute to an award-winning organization that recognizes passionate and hardworking employees.
Engage within our community and thrive in an unbeatable work culture that celebrates LIFE.
ARE YOU READY for the #LouisBrierLIFE?


Situated within the Louis Brier (LBHH) & Weinberg (WR) Residence, the CNL reports directly to the Director, Resident Care and is responsible for monitoring the quality of nursing care throughout the organization, as well as, mentoring and supporting the care team.
In collaboration with the Director, the incumbent identifies, practice/clinical concerns and develops and delivers appropriate training and education activities, monitors, audits, and revises policies and procedures to meet current standards of practice (as applicable), best practice and evidence based performance.
The CNL is responsible to ensures that resident needs (including clinical, psychosocial, and spiritual) are met through the adherence to established skill mix and staffing levels, focusing on the delivery of safe quality care. The CNL is expected to exercise clinical and professional judgement, should staffing and skill mix level require changes to reflect the changing needs of the resident needs.
The CNL models and promotes excellence through extensive knowledge and experience in Geriatric nursing and additional in depth knowledge in particular areas such as Palliative Care, Wound Management, Falls Prevention, Documentation, and Quality Improvement. If necessary and relevant the CNL may assume a hands on delivery of nursing care to residents, as part of her/his role of training, education, and mentoring (if and when required) or by providing seasoned advice and/or recommendations to the registered and non-registered staff, when faced with difficult or unusual circumstances.
As a member of the multi-disciplinary care team, the CNL acts as an educator, resource, and mentor to guide the care team (when appropriate) from being task oriented to assume a more empowered analytical thinking and care giving approach and practice. These provisions have a direct and significant impact on the quality of services delivered to residents and their families, and on the cost of the services provided. Based on resident needs and acuity, the CNL may be required to provide hands on direct resident care in accordance to BCCNP standards of practice for Registered Nurses.
Works collaboratively with the Management Team to develop a culture that supports the Facilities Code of Conduct and the behaviors flowing from it. Investigates and recommends a course of action on all Code of Conduct complaints.
· Bachelor of Nursing Degree required.
· Certification in Gerontological Nursing preferred.
· Current practicing registration as a Registered Nurse with the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (CRNBC) required.
EXPERIENCE: A minimum of 3 (three) years recent related clinical nursing experience in a geriatric practice environment


Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: $47.77- $61.62 per hour




Dental care
Employee assistance program
Extended health care
On-site parking



Day shift - 7:00 am to 7:00 pm