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What Ontario Health offers:
Achieving your career goals is a priority to us. Benefits of working at Ontario Health may include the following based on employment type:
Fully paid medical, dental and vision coverage from your first day
Health care spending account
Premium defined benefit pension plan
3 personal days and 2 float days annually
Individual contributors start at 3 weeks’ vacation with 4 weeks at 2 yrs.
Career development opportunities
A collaborative values-based team culture
A Wellness programs
A hybrid working model
Communities of Inclusion
Want to make a difference in your career? Consider this opportunity.
As part of the CorHealth program at Ontario Health, the Lead, Provincial Emergency Services contributes their growing subject matter knowledge, experience, and insight to improving the quality of emergency care for Ontarians.
As part of the Provincial Emergency Services team in the CorHealth program, the Lead will advise and actively collaborate with project teams, colleagues, and clinical and administrative stakeholders to synthesize evidence, develop strategies, establish workplans, and produce materials for high priority projects. This position leads project/program workstreams and key deliverables to advance the delivery of key initiatives and optimize business functions across the portfolio.
The successful applicant should be able to work effectively as a part of a dedicated team and be passionate about supporting initiatives that improve the quality-of-care delivery in emergency care.
Here is what you will be doing:
Leads and manages engagement with diverse groups of clinical providers, health system administrators, regional partners, funders, and other key stakeholders to support the implementation of multi-year initiatives related to emergency medicine
Collaborates with OH teams to ensure alignment with broader strategic CIQP initiatives in support of health system planning, performance measurement, and reporting
Leads project/program workstreams and key deliverables to advance the delivery and quality of key initiatives
Leads the development, implementation, and optimization of internal business processes
Actively engages with subject matter experts to provide thought leadership and strategic advice
Develops relationships with colleagues within the team, across the organization, and externally to understand best practices, risks/issues, and program needs
Based on evidence and best practices, prepares reports, briefings, and presentations using excellent written, verbal, and graphical communication skills
Demonstrates leadership and integrity in interactions with internal and external stakeholders
Here is what you will need to be successful:
Education and Experience
Undergraduate degree in health sciences, health policy, health administration, or a related field of study (master's degree preferred) or equivalent combination of education and experience
7+ years relevant work experience
Experience developing, leading, and enabling health system strategy
Experience developing best practice guidance, health policy, health system improvement initiatives, reports and/or evaluations
Experience planning and implementing large scale, multi-year programs/projects in complex environments
Knowledge and Skills
Strong understanding of Ontario’s health care system and the public sector
Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills, with demonstrated experience engaging and building relationships and alignment among diverse stakeholders
Proven ability to establish positive working relationships; must be team-oriented, possess a positive attitude, and work well with a broad network of teams, individuals, and stakeholders
Excellent problem recognition and critical thinking abilities to manage complex problems and inform CorHealth leadership of potential/emerging risks/issues and associated solutions
A novel thinker who enjoys generating and exploring innovative ideas and solutions
Strong attention to detail to ensure accuracy
Demonstrated initiative and independence to take appropriate action and anticipate organizational needs
Ability to seek and weigh opinions and evidence, compromising where necessary on ways and means but not on principles or goals
Ability to lead and facilitate effective and productive meetings
Capacity to work effectively in a rapid-pace work environment
Ability to complete tasks, as assigned, in a timely manner with high-quality results
Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time
Salary Band: 6
Location: Toronto, Ontario (currently hybrid; subject to change)
All applicants must be a resident of Ontario to be considered for roles at Ontario Health.
Internal Application Deadline Date: July 19, 2023
Ontario Health encourages applications from candidates who are First Nations, Métis, Inuit, and urban Indigenous; Francophone; Black and racialized; members of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities; trans and nonbinary; and disabled.
We encourage applicants with accessibility needs to notify us if they have any accommodation needs in the application and/or interview process.
Note: As part of the initial recruitment screening process, applicants must confirm that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. If applicants are not fully vaccinated, they will be required to identify any accommodation needs pursuant to a protected ground under the Code. Applicants who identify an accommodation need will be required to provide supporting documentation with respect to their need for accommodation when requested by Ontario Health. If no such accommodation is identified, the applicant will not be eligible to proceed through the recruitment process.