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Provincial Lead, Child Health BC

AgencyPHSA
Labor AgreementExcluded
Posting #075121-2311009
Grade9
DepartmentCHBC-ProvSvc Inno&Quality Core
UnionExcluded/Non-Contract
Work Site4500 Oak Street, Vancouver
StatusRegular
Position StatusFull-time
FTE1.00
Hours of Work0900-1700
Work DaysMon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
Days OffSat, Sun, Stat
Position Start Date ASAP
Applications Accepted Until 10AM31-Jan-2019
Job Summary


Job Summary:

In accordance with the Mission, Vision and Values, and strategic directions of Provincial Health Services Authority patient safety is a priority and a responsibility shared by everyone at PHSA, and as such, the requirement to continuously improve quality and safety is inherent in all aspects of this position.  

This Provincial Lead , Virtual Care and Outreach is responsible for leading and facilitating the strategic planning, implementation, promotion and evaluation of virtual care health program. Through intentional and intelligent evidence based methodology the Provincial Lead will collaborate with members of the health team to reimagine the care continuum - virtually - which includes virtual visits to patients from providers, using technology such as Telehealth rooms, mobile devices,mobile apps and feedback loops to enhance care. The Provincial Lead manages a team through all aspects of virtual care development and implementation, including but not limited to proof of concept projects, analysis of the workflow, implementation within the clinical operation and evaluation.

The Provincial Lead, Child Heath BC is responsible for leading and facilitating the development of practice and policy to promote program initiatives. This work will occur in collaboration with internal and external partners including but not limited to: the Ministry of Health (MoH), the Ministry for Children and Family Development, Ministry of Education, Doctors of BC, Division of Family Practice, GPSC, GPAC, health authority partners, provincial stakeholders, leaders in the community, and the public. 

The Provincial Lead will ensure that an overarching comprehensive approach to regional service delivery has been taken while executing specific actions that benefit children and local communities and regions.  The Provincial Lead will lead activities related to the CHBC priorities focusing on evidence-based solutions.  The role is responsible to support current and ongoing regional service delivery strategies and developing enhanced innovative delivery models, through leveraging opportunities. The Provincial Lead represents Child Health BC on local, provincial and national committees and liaises with organizations as required. The work of the Provincial Lead will be done in the context of the Child Health BC Tiers of Service Framework and the academic context of the University of British Columbia.

Qualifications:

A level of education, training and experience equivalent to a Master’s degree in Health Administration, Business Administration, Nursing or an applicable health discipline and a minimum of five (5) years of recent related experience in a healthcare environment.. Experience working with networks, coalitions and multi-partnered projects in a healthcare environment including a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a progressively responsible leadership role.  

Demonstrated ability to lead change, inspiring and engaging others in promoting change behaviors.  Ability to lead, to build and maintain effective relationships. Demonstrated ability to develop, implement and/or evaluate health promotion, prevention and care initiatives.  Demonstrated analytic and critical thinking skills including the ability to provide information in a concise and meaningful manner.  Demonstrated ability to establish courses of action for self and others that are result oriented.  Demonstrated excellence in oral and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate effectively and tactfully with individuals at all levels including the general public.  Demonstrated ability to create resources and/or knowledge translation initiatives and materials.

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