Kinesiologist – Ref #2022-64

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Kinesiologist (Ref # 2022-64)

 

The Sioux Lookout Area Primary Care Team (SLAPCT) provides primary health care, including chronic disease management, health promotion and disease prevention, to patients in Sioux Lookout Region including the 28 communities in the Sioux Lookout First Nations Health Authority catchment.

Under the Sioux Lookout Area Primary Care Team (SLAPCT), the Kinesiologist will provide assessment, consultation and programming for patients, caregivers & school staff. The Kinesiologist is a key part of the patient circle of care and will work to their full scope of practice. Responsibilities will include the provision of safe and competent care through the application of professional knowledge, technical aspects of professional practice and the demonstration of compassion and respect. The Kinesiologist will work in both the clinic environment and communities providing home visits and interventions within patients’ homes. The Kinesiologist will work with all ages; however, the priority area will be children and youth.

The Kinesiologist is directly accountable to their POD Manager of the SLAPCT.

This position is for a full-time one-year term.

The salary for this position is $71,442 to a maximum of $91,949/annum.

Who can apply:
Persons of First Nations ancestry will be given preference (s.16 (1)CHRA)

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology required, Master’s Degree preferred.
• Registration (in good standing) with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario
• At least 2 year working experience as a practicing Kinesiologist would be an asset
• Computer literate with experience in electronic client file entry
• Criminal Records Check
• Valid driver’s license

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Educate and counsel family members and caregivers regarding the impact of disability, injury or disease on the individual and their role in the treatment and recovery process.
• Empower and support patients to improve their ability to perform tasks in their daily living and working environments. Patients include those who have conditions that are mentally, physically, developmentally or emotionally disabling
• Educate and counsel to promote function and independence including health promotion and injury prevention.
• Provision of Treatment plans that will enable patients to reach their full functional and work integration potential, in collaboration with all stakeholders (Patient, Primary Care Team members, Mental Health workers, etc)
• Evaluate cognitive and/or perceptual abilities.
• Conduct clinical observations of gross and fine motor, visual-perceptual-motor, and in hand manipulation.
• Conduct self-care and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) assessments.
• Conduct ergonomic assessments.
• Sensitivity to the needs of parents/caregivers and the ability to support and involve them in programming
• Evaluate the home, work or school environment to assess the need for specialized equipment modifications and/or supports.
• Provide individualized treatment plans to develop, maintain, or augment function using evidence-based treatment modalities.
• Provides advice on modifications for physical, social, home, work or school environments.
• Collaborates with other health care professionals and community resources to promote comprehensive and coordinated care.
• Recommends and/or arranges for specialist referrals and appointments in consultation with physicians and other health care providers.
• Advocate on behalf of clients for service, equipment, navigation and funding including provincial services, Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB) and/or Jordan’s Principle processes.
• Exercises care and caution in protecting confidential and sensitive information related to clients and personnel.
• Maintain documentation as per college guidelines and SLAPCT policies and procedures.
• Continuous quality improvement activities
• Completes reports after each community visit (i.e.# of community members seen, planning/clinical meetings, meetings with leadership).
• Extensive travel is required.
• Experience working in a First Nations community and ability to communicate in one of the First Nations dialects of the Sioux Lookout Zone would be an asset.

 

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