BONNECHERE MANOR IS HIRING PSWS
If you are a Personal Support Worker (PSWs), or know someone who is,
you may be interested in this information!
Bonnechere Manor, a well-established long-term care home in Renfrew, Ontario is hiring PSWs.
What do the staff who work at Bonnechere Manor say – they agree it is a caring place to work. Suzie Robertson, a long-time PSW states “after 29 years and still counting as a PSW at Bonnechere Manor, the things I love about working here are the high standard of care, on the job training and opportunities to go to seminars and education sessions. I have met some lovely residents and families that appreciate all I do, and that is a wonderful feeling when you hear them say…’you do a great job’. I am proud I started my career here and hope to end my career at Bonnechere Manor.” On the other end of the spectrum, relatively new PSW Matt Pollice notes “there are plenty of hours, great hourly wage, great co-workers, benefits and pension”. Meagan Godda says, “what makes the Bonnechere Manor stand out is that our care is very resident oriented - this is their home. I have been working here as a PSW for 4 years. I can truly say I am proud of the care we provide, the teamwork and the love we have for our residents” while Kaylin Griffin adds “I have the privilege of being scheduled on a specific floor which allows me to get to know the residents which in turn enhances the residents’ experience; staff and departments support one another”.
For more information, contact Shelley Yantha, Director of Care at syantha countyofrenfrew.on.ca
or send your resume to:
County of Renfrew
Human Resources Department
9 International Drive
Pembroke ON K8A 6W5
Bonnechere Manor is a 180 bed municipal (not-for-profit) long-term care home. It is owned and operated by the County of Renfrew and has provided quality care to the frail and elderly since 1958. A wide-range of long-term programs and services including 24 hour nursing care, accommodation, meals, as well as physiotherapy programs and a variety of social and recreational activities. In addition to long-term care services, the Manor also offers a variety of community services such as respite care, an adult day program in Cobden and Renfrew, and a Parkinson’s support group. Bonnechere Manor holds Accreditation with Accreditation Canada which provides the Home with the opportunity to benchmark their programs and services to national standards and assists in continuous quality improvements.
For more information, visit our website at www.countyofrenfrew.on.ca or call:
Shelley Sheedy Director of Long-Term Care, County of Renfrew 613 433-8307
Michael Barber Media Relations/Grants Coordinator, County of Renfrew 613-73-57288