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Nurse - Case Coordinator, Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS)

Organization Name Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) Durham Regional Police Services
Industry Municipal Government
City Whitby
Province/State Ontario [ON]
Country Canada [CA]
Organization Overview / Background

A rare nursing opportunity to support the community!

The Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) is the police service operated by and serving the Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario. The DRPS has a strength of over 900 sworn officers and over 300 civilian members and serves a local population of over 700,000 through the municipalities of Pickering, Oshawa, Whitby, Ajax, Clarington, Scugog, Brock, and Uxbridge.

At DRPS, we are looking for community-minded individuals to join us in our vision to have the safest community for people to live, work and play. We currently have more than 300 civilian employees in more than 100 different civilian positions, offering positions in a wide range of professional and educational backgrounds. From Records to Finance, and Communications/911 to Information Technology, there are a variety of jobs that support the Service.

Position / Responsibilities / Requirements

The Durham Regional Police Service is seeking a Nurse Case Coordinator to join our people-oriented team in supporting our members. Reporting to the Manager of Health & Wellness, the Nurse  Case Coordinator is responsible for providing proactive disability and rehabilitation management services to employees with short-term or long-term disabilities and workplace injuries or illnesses. This includes facilitating employee re-integration to the workplace through planning, implementation and co-coordinating timely modified work programs; liaising with other health care professionals, disability insurance carriers and the WSIB; and coordinating employee health surveillance programs including the Designated Officer Program.

You possess a Degree or Baccalaureate in Nursing or equivalent and are a Registered Nurse with the Ontario College of Nurses in good standing. In addition, you possess 3-5 years of nursing experience and demonstrated knowledge and passion for occupational health. Experience working with Police, municipal government, or the broader public sector and experience dealing with unions is considered an asset. The ideal candidate is also someone who can remain calm under pressure and has conflict management experience.

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Search & Application Process

If you wish to be considered for any of the positions, please forward a cover letter and your resume by email addressed to Lorraine Atik at by October 1st, 2023 @ 11:59 pm.

Please be assured that any information shared with Legacy Partners will be treated with the strictest confidence and shared only with the client for the purposes of this search.

Thank you once again for your interest.

Legacy Partners and the Durham Regional Police Service are committed to equity, diversity and inclusion and recognizes that a diverse staff is essential to organizational excellence. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals and encourage women, members of racialized communities, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity to confidentially self-identify at the time of application. In accordance with the provincial legislation, accommodation will be provided by Legacy Partners and the organization throughout the recruitment, selection and/or assessment process, upon request, to applicants with disabilities.

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