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SummaryThe RAI Coordinator will ensure the integration of RAI process into daily practice. Key Responsibilities - Participating in the planning and organizing of the home RAI process integration and sustainability - Providing on-site RAI MDS 2.0 education to all appropriate staff members as a component of staff orientation and regular reviews. - Managing the coordination of and participating in the timely completion of Resident assessments, tracking forms, Resident Assessment Protocols (RAPs), Resident Care Plans - Assisting RAI users to correctly code assessments and providing ongoing support for validation of coding - Overseeing the RAI process according to home policies, provincial and regional regulations, professional collegesï¿½ Standards of Practice and interRAI requirements (see CIHI Userï¿½s Manual) - Providing ongoing leadership and mentoring for education, data accuracy, data submission and computer applications of the RAI process - Implementing a data quality program to ensure data accuracy and promote capacity building and staff competency. - In consultation with management and interdisciplinary team members, developing processes that ensure data integrity, efficient data collection process, assessment completion and data utilization. - Work in a position of trust with vulnerable adults (residents). - Uphold and promote the organization's values and philosophy relating particularly to ethics, morality, and integrity as set out in Revera's Code of Conduct. - Complete other duties as assigned. Qualifications - Current regulated or licensed health care practitioner - A minimum of three (3) years clinical, project leadership or management experience - Demonstrated interest in the RAI Coordinator role - Proven ability to get things done - Demonstrated success leading new initiatives - Well-developed oral and written communication skills - Knowledge and experience with adult education strategies/facilitation - Previous experience presenting to groups - Well-organized, with excellent time management skills - Clear aptitude for detail-oriented work - The ability to work with and relate to interdisciplinary team members and other internal stakeholders - Strong problem solving abilities - Proficient computer skills - Must provide a complete and current (within six months) Vulnerable Sector Check (including a Criminal Background Check) or be willing to obtain one