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Fully paid medical, dental and vision coverage from your first day
Health care spending account
Premium defined benefit pension plan
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Individual contributors start at 3 weeks’ vacation with 4 weeks at 2 yrs.
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A hybrid working model
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Want to make a difference in your career? Consider this opportunity.
As part of the CorHealth program at Ontario Health, the Analyst contributes their growing subject matter knowledge, experience, and insight to the implementation of products and services to improve cardiac, stroke, vascular, and emergency care for Ontarians.
As part of the Health System Change Management & Program Delivery team in the CorHealth program, the Analyst is responsible for contributing to the planning, implementation, and orchestration of activities involved in a range of medium to large-scale program and provincial initiatives aimed at improving the quality of care for patients in Ontario.
The Analyst may lead smaller scale projects, and will participate in multiple initiatives, providing a cross-project lens to identify collaboration and efficiency opportunities. The Analyst will also support a project leader (Project Manager, Manager, Director, or other Lead) in risk analysis and issue management.
The Analyst carries out analytical and support functions to advance the delivery of strategic projects. As an action-oriented resource on the project team, the Analyst helps complete tasks and project deliverables in a timely and organized fashion. The Analyst will play a key role in monitoring timely completion of tasks and activities to help ensure project delivery remains on time, within budget, and within scope.
Here is what you will be doing:
Provides project management and change management support for initiatives of varying size and scale
Contributes to day-to-day activities of the project/program including capturing and documenting of decision, issues and risks, and tracking action items
Assists clinical and project leadership to clearly articulate the business challenges and opportunities
Facilitates program-level discussions, bringing thoughtful analysis to support decision-making, ensuring the required approvals as appropriate
Provides project plan trend analysis and control including analysis and maintenance of the project data
Excellent analytical skills to prepare and maintain documentation, use databases, produce accurate reports, and to report on trends, key risks/issues, and recommendations
Superior ability to analyze and define problems, evaluate alternatives, and find solutions
Assists in all phases of project management including completion of project activities and deliverables e.g., project charter, project plan, project schedule, status reports, issue/risk logs, change requests, resource utilization etc., as required
Provides support to facilitate effective project governance and committee structures, ensuring meetings are scheduled, agenda and materials are in place, and actions are followed up and closed off in a timely manner
Creates, builds, and maintains strong respectful relationships with internal stakeholders, staff, and senior leadership; communicating regularly to all levels
Monitors project deliverables, issues, and risks to ensure successful project delivery within the constraints of scope, schedule, cost, and quality
Assists with establishing a project management and change management service for the organization, including methodologies, templates, tools, and governance structures
Provides recommendations for improvement of project management processes currently in use, and ensures quality, effectiveness, efficiency, and standards are maintained to meet business and service objectives.
Here is what you will need to be successful:
Education and Experience
Undergraduate degree in business, project/program management, or a health system related field or equivalent combination of education and experience
Experience with PMI, Change Management (ACMP/Prosci), and/or Lean methodologies preferred (CAPM, PMP, Prosci, or similar designation preferred)
4+ years relevant work experience
Experience within public healthcare organizations is preferred
Knowledge and Skills
Understanding of the healthcare sector and experience in a healthcare system environment
Ability to work within a matrix management structure, while also successfully engaging a wide range of stakeholders in support of organizational objectives
Strong verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills, including demonstrated ability to collaborate and cultivate productive relationships with a diverse range of key stakeholders
Demonstrated stakeholder relations skills, including the ability to maintain collaborative working relationships, build credibility, and resolve conflicts; experience working with clinical subject experts, technical staff an asset
Excellent judgment in setting priorities, identifying issues and determining action required; adept at balancing major concurrent tasks and projects
Excellent organization and priority setting skills, with the flexibility and adaptability to respond to shifting business needs
Excellent problem-solving, critical thinking, deductive reasoning, inductive reasoning, and analytical skills
Ability to work independently, manage multiple tasks and deadlines, and solve challenging problems in a fast-paced, environment while also working collaboratively in a team environment
Forward-thinking team player who understands the value of collaboration across teams, and integration with the business
Self-motivated, a self-starter and have high-energy
Excellent proficiency with use MS Project, and advanced MS Office Suite (O365) skills, in particular MS Teams, PowerPoint and Excel
Employment Type: Permanent Full-Time
Salary Band: 4
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.