- Develops, implements and evaluates divisional programs and projects
- Identifies quality improvement processes, methods, systems and analysis, using a best practices approach and evidence informed decision making
- Develops and implements quality assurance processes to monitor and support programs to achieve and maintain standards and to comply with legislative mandates
- Conducts current state assessments, environmental scans, literature reviews and documents business processes and work flows for the purpose of business process redesign and program evaluations
- Plans and coordinates projects (e.g. requirements gathering, gap-fit assessment, implementation of appropriate technology, return on investment analyses, budget monitoring)
- Develops and implements communication strategies to inform stakeholders (e.g., performance measures, quality improvement initiatives, best practices and legislative changes)
- Creates and maintains resource information for stakeholders
- Represents the directorate or program on various committees
- Provides expert advice on staff training, professional development and policy development
- Drafts and revises related program plans, policies and procedures
- Develops and facilitates in-service training, staff orientation and staff development programs
- Attends workshops, conferences, seminars, etc.
Your application must describe your qualifications as they relate to:
- A Master’s degree in a related field (e.g., Quality Improvement, Health/Nursing Informatics, Health Sciences, Nursing, Health Administration, etc.) or an equivalent combination of a baccalaureate degree and extensive experience relevant to the primary duties of the position.
- Experience supporting program performance management including designing, implementing and monitoring quality improvement projects and evaluations.
- Experience documenting business processes and workflows for the purpose of improving business process design.
- Experience developing program plans, and policies and procedures within tight deadlines and competing priorities.
- Experience managing concurrent projects utilizing excellent organizational, planning, project management skills.
- Experience in the development, planning and implementation of training and education sessions.
You must also have:
- Knowledge of Communicable Disease Control and related legislation.
- Knowledge of the College of Nurses of Ontario Compendium of Standards and their relevance to public health practice.
- Knowledge of various federal, provincial and municipal legislation as they relate to public health standards and requirements.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Excellent consultation, facilitation, team building and conflict management skills as they apply to multidisciplinary teams.
- Excellent problem solving skills.
- Ability to work independently and with little supervision.
- Ability to build relationships with stakeholders and to proactively contribute to joint initiatives.
- Ability to work with quality improvement and performance management frameworks, planning processes, change management, risk management, continuous quality and process improvement practices and evaluations.
- Ability to lead and motivate others to excel in an environment that fosters innovative approaches to problem resolution.
- Ability to facilitate and lead project teams and activities and participate as an effective team member utilizing effective communication, human relations, facilitation and persuasion skills.
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