Manager, Health Services Loon Lake
Loon Lake, SK
Permanent Part Time (0.80 FTE)Job Posting # GO-00656730-4THE ORGANIZATIONThe SHA is the largest organization in Saskatchewan, employing over 43,000 employees and physicians responsible for the delivery of high quality and timely health care for the entire province.We are driven by the commitment to improve frontline patient care for Saskatchewan people, and we are working together to better coordinate health services across the province to ensure patients receive high quality, timely health care, wherever they live in Saskatchewan. Establishing one provincial approach to plan and deliver health-care services will break down geographic boundaries and service silos, to provide more consistent and coordinated health-care services across the province.THE POSITIONThe Health Services Manager is accountable for the overall provision of a high standard of health care services to the communities served by the facility or facilities and its programs. They contribute to the operational direction of Primary Health Care, Continuing Care and/or Acute Care within the SHA by participating in program planning, implementation and the management, delivery, evaluation and improvement of the site(s) programs and services.Span of Control: Health Services Managers have a wide span of control and a wide breadth of functions which include urban/rural/northern components of health care. Some examples of current services may include, but are not limited to: primary health care, continuing care and acute care services. This position has accountability to provide clinical leadership in a matrix relationship with other network leaders through oversight of a large range of disciplines. Managers will be expected to participate actively in key committee's as determined by SHA leadership.Challenges: Maintenance of effective, ongoing communication to ensure that client, community, staff and program needs are identified and addressed consistently. Collaboration and communication in a matrix style of management including leading, supporting and engaging in crucial/critical conversations. Providing effective services within available resources and competing priorities. Managing multiple priorities in a developing role in a constantly changing environment as new sites/services are developed and population needs change.REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Licensed and in good standing with professional association and/or regulatory body, if applicable Undergraduate degree or diploma in health, social sciences or administration, along with professional leadership training or equivalent combination of education and experience. Valid Class 5 Driver's license EXPERIENCE Experience, at an operational level, as a leader who has developed and led innovative planning and programs in a complex, multi-stakeholder environment 5+ year of experience in a health care organization with extensive knowledge of community health services KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Demonstrates and is recognized for strategic and operational leadership that includes articulation of mission, vision and strategy and charts a path forward Demonstrates commitment to a diverse, culturally competent and culturally safe health system and representative workforce Exemplifies ethical practices, professionalism and personal integrity Has a proven ability to collaborate and partner with a wide variety of stakeholders, including community, to balance the needs and interests of these diverse groups while maintaining alignment with strategic priorities Has demonstrated: Ability to coach and develop others Strong critical thinking, financial and analytical skills Strong interpersonal and communication skills Is committed to: Delivering on Patient and Family Centered Care Quality, safety and continuous improvement striving towards zero harm Knowledge of: First Nations and Metis History in Saskatchewan along with an understanding of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to Action Legislation and applicable laws The healthcare system in Saskatchewan Mobilizes people, inspires and leads by example Promotes innovation, guides change and is committed to continuous improvement OTHER INFORMATION Travel within the province of Saskatchewan is required Where necessary, on-call responsibilities may be required in this position ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONSalary and benefits are in accordance with the Out-of-Scope Management Compensation Plan. Expected Start Date: As soon as possibleShift Information: 30 hours per 1 week rotation, 4 shifts of 7.50 hoursThe successful candidate is responsible to obtain and provide an original Criminal Record Check (CRC) & Vulnerable Sector Check (VSC) from their local police service, RCMP or previous country/countries of residence that is dated within the past six (6) months that is satisfactory to the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
Saskatchewan Health Authority
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