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Transformation and Partnerships Manager
Transformation and Partnerships Manager
The Indigenous Primary Health Care Council is an Indigenous governed, culture-based, and Indigenous-informed organization. Its creation is to support the advancement and evolution of Indigenous primary health care services provision and planning throughout Ontario, through partnerships, education, and advocacy.
We are Indigenous health care organizations that operate in cities, First Nations, rural and remote areas across Ontario, improving health care disparities for the people.
Like historic alliances, such as the Council of Fires, we have united, for the sole purpose of working collaboratively, collectively, and deliberately so that the health and well-being of the Indigenous People in Ontario, across each generation, is restored and assured.
We promote and develop models of Indigenous primary health care provision that support the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples.
We develop Indigenous solutions to transform Indigenous health outcomes.
*** IPHCC is an equal opportunity employer. As an Indigenous organization, Indigenous applicants that self-identify in their cover letter as First Nations, Inuit or Métis will be prioritized for this role. ***
Reporting to the Provincial Director, the Transformation and Partnerships Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing system-level initiatives to advance integrated care and partnerships. This position will lead partnership projects and build system capacity by envisioning, developing, and maintaining key relationships and partnerships that will support primary care across the Indigenous sector.
- Leads, champions, and directs the development of transformation and partnership strategies for the organization.
- Central point of contact and key organization networker for strategic stakeholder relations and partnerships.
- Develops and implements an organizational transformation strategy that focuses on building a more integrated and inter-connected health system and advancing partnerships across the continuum of care.
- Build and maintain relationships with a range of key primary care networks, community providers, public health units, hospitals, and governmental agencies to advance a partnership strategy that is integrated, solution-focused, transformative, and embedded in Indigenous ways of knowing.
- Ensures that the transformation and partnership strategy will align with and achieve the strategic priorities set out in the organization’s overall Strategic Plan and is tied to its Mission, Vision, and Values.
- Works with the Leadership Team and other key leaders managing the relationships of the partners.
- Consults with the Leadership Team around decisions that will have a substantial impact on system transformation.
- Understands member site specific requirements and is able to support partnership development and fostering that will meet required needs.
- Lived experience as First Nations, Inuit, or Métis
- Strong knowledge and understanding of Indigenous health services contexts and across the province.
- Post-secondary education in a discipline pertinent to the job function (e.g., public administration, Indigenous studies, etc.) or an approved combination of education and experience.
- Exceptional relationship developer, capable of inspiring teams and working with organizational partners to facilitate change while fostering a culture of creativity and innovation.
- Experience planning, developing and writing a broad range of materials including reports, briefing notes, strategic documents, proposals, frameworks, model designs.
- Experience building relationships and partnerships related to health system integration.
- Strong and innovative health care leader with a track record in provincial health system integration and successful track record of executing on a range of initiatives and inspiring system level change.
- Excellent community engagement and relationship skills both within Indigenous communities and non-Indigenous environments.
- Strong existing relationships across both the healthcare industry and the provincial government.
- Strong project management experience, including demonstrated ability to efficiently plan, organize, and manage complex, multiple projects simultaneously with limited supervision or direction.
- Superior critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Exceptional interpersonal, team building and communication skills.
- Ability to build consensus and foster change.
- Outstanding integrity, initiative, creativity, and passion.
- Comfortable managing a team that is located in home offices across the province.
Salary Range: $90,433 – $108,665 plus benefits.
IPHCC is a virtual working environment, and therefore can accept applications from all of Ontario.
We thank all applicants in advance however, only those under consideration will be contacted.
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