Resident Care Liaison

Reference Number 2023-030

Perley Health is a unique and innovative community that empowers Seniors and Veterans to live life to the fullest. Home to more than 600 Seniors and Veterans in long-term care and in independent apartments, Perley Health provides a growing number of clinical, therapeutic and recreational services to residents, tenants and people from across the region.

One of the largest and most progressive long-term care homes in Ontario, Perley Health is also a centre for research, education, and clinical innovation. Our Centre of Excellence in Frailty-Informed Care conducts and shares the practical research needed to improve care. Future caregivers come here to study and to acquire hands-on skills and experience.

Perley Health’s values are brought to life each day by our over 800 employees. And more than 400 regular volunteers connect us closely with the community. Together, we improve the well-being of Canada’s aging population.

We are embarking on a multi-year growth strategy, and are seeking an experienced

Resident Care Liaison Regular Part Time – 3 days per week

Reporting to the Director of Nursing, this regular part time position (3 days/week, varied hours/days), you will be primarily responsible for supporting residents and their families of the Convalescent program and LTC. Social workers consider the psychological, social, biological, spiritual and financial factors that may affect physical and mental health of residents and families.

As a member of the multidisciplinary team and resident advocate, you will work in collaboration and consultation with other health care disciplines to:

Support residents and their families throughout their time in Convalescent Care/LTC, including coping with transitions when moving into LTC and when care requirements increase

Provide specialized person-centred care to those living with dementia

Support residents and caregivers with grief and bereavement

Help residents adjust to new life crises, including helping them make plans for end-of-life care


Candidates will possess a post-secondary education in Social Work (Preferred Bachelor degree in SW or Master’s in Social Work)

Membership in the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) if applicable by education.

Two or more years’ experience in a geriatric setting preferably Long Term Care or relevant education and experience deemed acceptable 

Bilingualism considered an asset.

Please forward your cover letter and CV to:

We thank all candidates for applying; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  No phone calls please.

For candidates selected for consideration, Perley Health, upon request, will make reasonable accommodation for any disability-related needs with respect to the recruitment process and materials.