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Wellness Centre Nurse, The Bishop Strachan School


We are seeking a passionate and caring Registered Nurse to respond to student, staff , and parental concerns and proactively develop and implement health and wellness initiatives in our fast-paced twelve month educational environment.
Maternity Leave April 25, 2005 to May 26, 2006



The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) is an undisputed leader in education for girls. We are a year-round, day and boarding school located in mid-town Toronto, with a student population of 870 JK to Grade 12 students. BSS embraces and enhances the latest educational methodologies designed specifically for the way girls learn. To support our mission of providing our students with the best educational experience, we strive for excellence in every facet of the organization --including providing a stimulating, creative and lively work environment that attracts the best faculty and staff.



We require strong clinical and emergency skills, as well as experience working with young and adolescent women in our day and boarding school. Solid organizational skills, including file and claims management, plus strong technical expertise in Windows XP, particularly Excel, are essential. Superior interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills and proficient clerical skills are also required. The ability to multi-task, prioritize, and juggle tight timelines within our confidential setting are definite success factors. Our nurses are required to be current members with the Ontario College of Nurses.



In return, we offer a competitive compensation package and the opportunity to grow in a dynamic, leading-edge organization.



Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume, by Friday, February 18, 2005, to



Human Resources

The Bishop Strachan School

298 Lonsdale Road

Toronto, ON M4V 1X2

Fax: (416) 481-5632

http://www.bss.on.ca



We thank all candidates in advance. We will, however, contact only those selected for an interview. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer