Not to mention the best nursing team.
We care for seniors from Penticton to Salmon arm, and are expanding our foot care nurse team into the Fraser Valley and British Columbia interior. Won’t you join us?
We’re currently looking for Foot Care Nurse subcontractors to work across the British Columbia Interior and the Fraser Valley. We’d love for you to join the One Step Foot Care team.
If so, we’d like to meet you. Please read through the job description below. If it seems like a good fit, click the Apply Today button to send us your resume.
Sector: Health Care
Title of Immediate Supervisor: District Manager
Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, Daytime Hours
Foot Care Providers are Frontline, and play a crucial role in overall health!
We are seeking skilled and compassionate Foot Care Nurses to join our team. The Foot Care Nurse will be responsible for providing exceptional foot care services to our clients, primarily seniors in care home facilities.
The successful candidate will be a LPN, RPN, RN or NP who has successfully completed the Advanced Foot Care certificate and is committed to promoting the health and well-being of our clients through education and preventive measures. Key responsibilities include providing nail care, treating foot conditions, and monitoring the overall health of clients' feet. The ideal candidate will be personable, professional, compassionate and highly dedicated to delivering quality care.
Under the direction of the District Manager, the Foot Care Nurse manages a client base, records and keeps up to date records, maintains provided equipment, manages monies from appointments and communicates regularly with on-site staff, admin and District Manager.
We encourage interested candidates to submit their resume in confidence. While we appreciate the interest of all applicants, we will contact only those selected for interviews.
As the primary provider of foot care services to our clients, Foot Care Nurses play a crucial role in promoting their health and well-being.
We are seeking an experienced and compassionate individual who is highly dedicated to delivering quality care to seniors and other clients in need. The following are the key requirements for the Foot Care Nurse position:
Active registration with Licensing Body of Nursing
Completion of an Advanced Foot Care certificate
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a team
Strong organizational and time management skills
Availability to work flexible hours Monday to Friday, daytime hours
Access to reliable transportation for travel to care homes and retirement residences
Valid driver's license and insurance coverage
Entry-level computer knowledge is a must (Excel, email, Internet)
“I’ve helped seniors struggling with pain and immobility for YEARS get back into their walking programs. Because I was able to fix the situation on their foot.
Before, every patient was just a room number. Not anymore. Being able to work one-on-one with clients again is amazing. And it doesn’t hurt that I get to make my own schedule. Goodbye weekends and night shifts. I actually get to spend time with my family now.”
– Samantha, Foot Care Nurse
Like you, we went into nursing to make a difference. We’ve chosen to specialize in foot care, and specifically foot care for seniors, because we’ve seen the difference excellent foot care makes to every individual’s quality of life.
Our nurses have had extensive nursing experience in other disciplines prior to becoming a foot care nurse. You name it, we’ve done it. What we all have in common though, is a drive to care for our clients. REALLY care for them in a way that most nurses in BC don’t ever get to do.
We’re in the business of helping seniors take back control of their foot health. And we hope you’ll join us.
Kaarina Schrott, Founder and CEO of One Step Foot Care INC.
We value your personal life as much as your professional life, which is why we offer a variety of scheduling options. Create a work schedule that allows you to balance your work and personal life. Part-time or full-time, it’s your time to choose when you work.
We believe in recognizing and rewarding the hard work and dedication of our Foot Care Nurses. That’s why we offer a competitive salary and benefits package that includes comprehensive health and dental coverage and paid time off.
We are committed to staying up-to-date with the latest research, technologies, and techniques in foot care, and we’ll provide you with access to regular training sessions, webinars, and other educational resources to help you develop your expertise, achieve your career goals, and advance your skills.
We value diversity and inclusivity in our team. When you join the One Step Foot Care, you’re part of a team committed to making a positive difference in the lives of our clients and creating a supportive and inclusive workplace culture.
Chart your own course and make decisions with confidence. Working autonomously means you have the freedom to design care plans that best suit your patients’ needs and to use your expertise to make informed decisions. And the freedom to choose your own career path.
Help seniors regain their independence and enjoy a more active lifestyle through compassionate and high-quality foot care, When you join our team, you get to make a real difference in the lives of clients who need it most.
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