Bring your project management, creative problem solving and team leadership expertise to this exciting role with our Rural Surgical and Obstetrical team.
Reporting to the Health Service Administrator or designate the Project Coordinator, Rural Surgical and Obstetrical Networks (RSON) works in collaboration with Operation Manager(s) to identify and prioritize projects and is responsible for the coordination of projects, knowledge exchange, information dissemination, and education for key stakeholders including the public, service providers, and relevant policy/decision makers; and/or research, health system support, and academic development. The Project Coordinator is actively involved in the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of projects, and maintains primary project coordination responsibility. Supports team efforts with internal and external partners on ongoing programs and initiatives to improve the designated project objectives and deliverables. Coordinates one or multiple projects, varying size and scope in a complex and changing multidisciplinary environment.
Starting salary will be approximately from $65,884 to $82,355 and will be based on education, training, experience, and salaries of similar positions. Wrinch Memorial Hospital
Teaching is a time honored tradition at Wrinch Memorial hospital. There is an ongoing rotation of Medical Students, Nurse Practitioner Students and Medical Residents. It serves a population of 8,000 with:
• 9 Complex Care beds
• 1 Respite bed
• 10 Acute Care beds
• Dental Clinic
• Doctor's Outpatient Clinic
• 1 secure psychiatric observation room
• Medical Imaging including ultrasoundOther health and community care services include:
• Public Health
• First Nation's Health Authority encompassing Gitxsan Health
• Mental Health and Addictions
• Skeena Place Assisted Living Complex
• Home and Community Care support services
• Diabetic education
• Dietician services
• Visiting specialists including Podiatry, Pediatrician, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Rheumatology, OB/GYN, Cardiology and Geriatric Assessment Team
• Pre and Post-Natal outreach programs
The communities that make up what is collectively known as the Upper Skeena, The Hazeltons
, are situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Gitxsan Nation. The Gitxsan people have lived on these lands for 10,000+ years and along with the Wet'suwet'en Nation to the east, established the precedent setting Delgamuukw court decision in 1997.
Some of the communities included in the Upper Skeena are the incorporated municipalities of Hazelton and New Hazelton, unincorporated settlements of South Hazelton, Two Mile, Suskwa Valley, Miskinish (Cedarvale), Kitwanga Valley, Andimal and the Kispiox Valley, and the 7 Indigenous villages of Gitanyow, Gitwangak, Gitsegukla, Hagwilget, Gitanmaax, Sik-e-dakh, and Anspayaxw. Some would say the natural beauty of the land is unparalleled - it certainly holds a central place in health and wellbeing for many of the Indigenous and non-Indigenous people who live on these unceded lands.
Check out The Hazeltons , known as the historic heartland of northwest BC.What Northern Health has to offer you!
• Comprehensive benefit packages including extended health/dental and a municipal pension plan for part-time and full-time employees. Casuals have the option of paying for benefits.
• Four weeks vacation with one year of continuous service
• Financial Support for Moving Expenses is available for eligible positions
• Employee referral program
• Employer-paid training and leadership development opportunities
• Spectacular outdoor activities and the shortest commutes in BC
• "Loan Forgiveness Programs" offered through the Federal and BC Government for eligible professions.IMPORTANT NOTE:
As part of your application process, you will need to upload the following documentation:
• Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
• Registration number (if you are part of a regulated profession) Any supporting documents regarding education/qualifications for this position. Examples may include:
• Program certificates or diplomas
• High school/college/university transcripts etc.
• It is also recommended to provide a cover letter and resumeQualfications
• Bachelor's Degree in Health Services Administration, Business Administration, or relevant discipline.
• Two (2) to three (3) years' of recent, related experience in project coordination and facilitating and managing consultation processes with a wide range of stakeholder groups;
• Or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
• Formal project management education and certification an asset.Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to guide, coach, teach, and promote a learning environment and continuous quality improvement.
• Ability to take a "can-do" approach to resolving issues and working with multiple personalities.
• Ability to apply people change management and transformation techniques and practices.
• Strong documentation skills and demonstrated ability to develop detailed clinical or technical documentation, training aides and how-to documents.
• Intermediate computer skills and ability to work comfortably with spreadsheets, presentations, diagramming and word processing software (e.g. Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Visio and Word).
• Ability to see connections between issues, events and data points and to think clearly around complex systems, bridging community issues and regional and provincial activities.
• Demonstrated strategic thinking and analytical skills.
• Superior small and large group facilitation skills and individual coaching skills.
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; ability to foster collaborative partnerships using a team approach.
• High level of motivation with a positive attitude and high degree of flexibility in a rapidly changing environment.
• Strong organizational skills and experience in project management; ability to organize and prioritize work and balance multiple activities concurrently.
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team.Who we are
Northern Health covers an area of nearly 600,000 square kilometers and offers health services in over two dozen communities and 55 First Nation's communities. We deliver hospital and community-based health care for a population of 300,000.
Employing more than 7,000 staff throughout the region, Northern Health provides exceptional health services for Northerners, through the efforts of dedicated staff and physicians, in partnership with communities and organizations in Northern BC.
There is a wide variety of career opportunities available in our two dozen hospitals, 25 long-term care facilities, public health units and many other offices providing specialized services.
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