Nurse Case Manager – 18 Month Contract

Canadian National Railway

*Temporary contract – 18 months
At CN everyday brings new and exciting challenges. You can expect an interesting environment where you’re part of making sure our business is running optimally and safely―helping keep the economy on track.

We provide the kind of paid training and opportunities that long-term careers are built on and we recognize hard workers who strive to make a difference. You will be able to thrive in our close-knit, safety-focused culture working together as ONE TEAM.

The careers we offer are meaningful because the work we do matters. Join us!
Job Summary
The Nurse Case Manager ensures compliance with legal, regulatory and policy requirements when assessing medical fitness for duty and managing the disability management program.

He or she acts as a member of a multi-professional team which includes responsibility for evaluating disability and medical fitness for duty of individuals occupying safety sensitive or safety critical railway positions, non-safety sensitive position with physical demands as well as for other CN positions. These medical disability assessments and on-going case management may be required throughout the career of a CN employee from pre-employment through retirement.
As a member of the O.I.I.Q., or CRNA, the NCM is bound by professional scope of practice, continuing competencies, and ethical standards.

At all times the NCM is responsible for the collection and protection of highly confidential medical information regarding CN applicants, employees, and former employees.
Main Responsibilities
· Responsible to assess and monitor fitness to work of applicants and employees using specific indicators and criteria as approved by CN CMO and in accordance with CN Policies, practices and procedures and applicable regulations such as Canadian Railway Medical Rules Handbook
· Perform medical evaluations for pre-placement, periodical, job transfer, return to work, fitness to work, health monitoring assessment (illnesses, chemical exposures) and surveillance, precision testing such as audiometric and lantern, disability retirement, etc.
· Monitor substance use – Be considered as an expert in CN’s D&A Policy and act as a resource to CN Managers
· Perform or assist with arranging pre-placement, follow-up, random post incidents testing and arrange assessments for employees being reinstated following dismissal/arbitration decision or after leave of absence
· Medically monitor CN employees with substance use disorders under RPA’s and continuing employment contracts
· Manage disability cases and medical follow-ups efficiently and keep information up-to-date in SAP system
· Understand and apply policies and procedures currently in place
· Coordinate and prepare action and return to work or accommodations plans for employees with conditions covered under the Railway Medical Guidelines
· Maintain complete and accurate employee health records (paper files as well as SAP) respecting legislative requirements, security, privacy and confidentiality (e.g.: levels of security of both electronic and paper documentation, access, transfer, release, retention and disposal)
Working Conditions
The role has standard working conditions in an office environment with a regular workweek from Monday to Friday and may require periodic overtime. Due to the nature of the role, the incumbent must be able to meet tight deadlines, handle pressure and manage stress.

The role requires respecting the legal obligations of a registered nurse, including confidentiality of medical information and area of practice.
Disability Management
· Minimum of 3 years of experience in disability management (occupational or non-occupational) or of acute nursing care
· Bachelor’s Degree in nursing
· Valid Nursing licence
· Member of Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec (OIIQ) or College of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CRNA)
· Inspires others with impactful communications and adapts to the audience
· Applies analytical thinking to make recommendations that pursue sustainable performance
· Influences by translating expertise into practical business outcomes
· Builds and maintains networks
· Deals with pressure and change by staying calm to quickly adapt to changes
· Makes informed decisions
Technical Skills/Knowledge
· Good knowledge of computers (SAP, Cornerstone) and Windows environment (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
· Good organizational skills and the ability to work independently
· Administrative skills, research skills (on-line medical resources)
· High degree of clinical skills, maintain high degree of alertness, ability to collect medical data objectively and to record and interpret it concisely and accurately
About CN
As a leading North American transportation and logistics company, CN is a true backbone of the economy. With a team of approximately 25,000 railroaders, our focus is on moving both our company and the economy forward.

We transport US$200 billion worth of goods annually for a wide range of business sectors from resource to manufactured products to consumer goods, across a 20,000-mile network spanning Canada and mid-America. CN is the only Canadian company listed in the Transportation and Transportation Infrastructure sector of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI).

Launched in 1999, the DJSI World represents the gold standard for corporate sustainability. At CN, we work as ONE TEAM, focused on safety, sustainability and our customers, providing operational and supply chain excellence to deliver results.
CN is an employment equity employer and we encourage all qualified candidates to apply.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please monitor your email on a regular basis, as communication is primarily made through email.