Working at McCormick
Working at the McCormick Care Group offers a unique and enriching experience, defined by a commitment to excellence, compassion, and a supportive community. As a part of our dedicated team, you’ll find yourself immersed in an environment where values aren’t just spoken but lived out every day.
At McCormick, we believe in fostering a culture that goes beyond the ordinary, embracing the diverse talents and perspectives of each team member. Here, you’ll discover a workplace that celebrates individuality while collectively striving for the highest standards in compassionate care. Our commitment to integrity and respect creates a positive and inclusive atmosphere where collaboration and mutual support are the cornerstones of our success.
Join us at McCormick Care Group, where your work is more than a job; it’s a fulfilling and impactful mission. Together, we shape a workplace where values are lived, relationships are nurtured, and the pursuit of compassionate care is a shared endeavour.
As you embark on your journey with McCormick, you’ll witness firsthand the intersection of empathy and excellence. Our team actively works towards not only meeting but surpassing the highest benchmarks in compassionate care. Your contributions, fuelled by your unique talents, will play a crucial role in enhancing and delivering extraordinary care experiences to those we serve.
Secure your future with McCormick’s comprehensive pension plan, designed to support your long-term goals.
Opportunities Currently Available
The ideal candidate is respected as an innovative, action-oriented and forward-thinking leader with a clear focus on the care experience of Home residents and Dementia Services clients. With a proven track record in change management and inspiring service excellence, the CEO will bring McCormick’s values to life through a passion for quality service delivery and safety. The successful candidate will embrace and advance McCormick’s mission: We champion care that enables people with dementia to lead meaningful lives. We strategically invest in innovative programs, staff development, knowledge sharing, best-practice applications, and research projects that focus on improving care.
As the senior operational executive and through the leadership of seven direct report staff members, the CEO is responsible for strategic leadership, financial oversight, team development, and successful management of the organization. In the context of changing political, economic, and social realities, the CEO must constantly evaluate programs and services in terms of their efficiency and effectiveness, stability and sufficiency of funding, as well as the delivery model of staff and contracted workers. Externally, the CEO will build and maintain close working relationships with decision makers at funding agencies as well as with relevant senior officials in municipal, regional, and provincial government.