Good care starts with good people, every day.
About our positions:
The Health Care Aides (HCAs) are responsible for a Resident’s individual experience and provide for care that supports Residents in being engaged and happy. HCAs assist with personal care, food service, housekeeping and laundry, and try to make each day special. They encourage Residents to manage their own care as much as possible, and they support the Residents in retaining independence and control over their lives.
*Must be a Certified Health Care Aide to qualify for application
Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are expected to work professionally with all stakeholders involved in the coordination of Resident Care Services, including Resident families or advocates, physicians, pharmacies and other interdisciplinary team members. LPNs are required to have a thorough understanding of their scope of practice set forth and governed by the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA), as well as in Legacy Lodge policies and procedures. They work closely with AHS Case Managers (RNs) who are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
LPNs are responsible for directing and providing personal care to Residents in a mindful and respectful way, and for providing guidance and support to the Health Care Aides. LPNs assist with personal care, food service, and housekeeping and encourage Residents to retain as much independence and management of their own care as is possible.
*Must have a current and in good-standing license with CLPNA to qualify for application
The Food Service Assistants are responsible for serving meals to Residents in a timely, professional and courteous manner. They are also responsible for some food preparation assistance, preparing the dining rooms, keeping the dining rooms and serveries clean, and for dishwashing.
Legacy Lodge employs a Chef, Cooks, and Cook Assistants who are responsible for food preparation and service, following a master menu plan which features home-style cooking and caters to a variety of dietary needs and preferences.
The Administrative Assistants support the Administrative Coordinator and perform clerical and administrative duties related to the needs of the Residents and of the Lodge. Most importantly the Administrative Assistants provide a consistent, warm and hospitable point of contact for the Residents, their families, staff and the community.
Housekeepers are responsible for scheduled weekly cleaning and spot cleaning of the Residents’ rooms. They are also responsible for the cleanliness of the common areas. Further to the safety and comfort housekeepers provide Residents, staff and guests, housekeepers also build important relationships with Residents and their families.
Employee Handbook (PDF)
Choices in Community Living’s Policy Manual
Online Training Modules
Employee Benefits & Claims
Injured at Work? Important Worker’s Compensation (WCB) Information and Policies
Leave of Absence Information