Covid Relief Supervisor-Nurse
McCain Foods (Canada) has an immediate opening for a Temporary Covid Relief Supervisor/Nurse in our Carberry, Manitoba Facility. This position serves to assist the Carberry and Portage facilities in their Covid-19 Relief Efforts. This position will support the plant by Supervising the Covid Program. It will provide support to the Plant Human Resources Team, as well as various other departments.
REPORTS TO: Human Resources Business Partner or other as designated by the Company
- Provide Coverage and support for our onsite Health Screening Process
- Understand and adhere to our confidentiality requirements
- Support the plants by keeping track of all Covid data and providing reports as necessary
- Provide support and training on safe and hygienic practices
- Supervise the Covid Program and ensure compliance with all necessary government requirements
- Communicate with both hourly and salaried employees as necessary and coordinate return to work plans
- Prepare and roll out plant specific communication in an effort to stay ahead and informed about Covid-19 in Manitoba
- Assist with site investigations as needed
- Other duties as assigned
- Daily work schedule will be primarily 12:00pm- 8:30pm Monday- Friday but will require daytime and weekend flexibility
- Fast paced Plant Environment that operated on a 24/7 schedule
- Bachelor?s degree preferred in one of the following disciplines or a related field: Nursing, Health Care, etc. or equivalent.
- Proficient with Microsoft Programs such as Word, Excel, Outlook.
Related Work Experience:
- 1-3 years of work experience in health care
- Preference will be given to those that are Registered Nurses(RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
- Experience working in Manufacturing will be considered an asset
If you meet the requirements and are interested in the opportunity, please visit www.mccain.com and apply through our careers portal. We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Posted Wednesday, January 13, 4:36 PM
Expires in 20 days (Saturday, February 13)