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Project Lead, Health Authorities Workplace Health Services

Surrey, BC
Full Time
5 days ago

Are you passionate about leadership, innovation and project management? If so, bring your skills to this key role leading a variety of projects related to workflow improvement, system optimization and knowledge transfer within the Occupational Health Nursing portfolio (Local and Provincial) servicing the Health Authorities within BC.

Build on your education and career experience as you:
    •Lead project development by assessing and identifying clinical and user needs in consultation with the program managers and clinical guides; •Handle the review of clinical needs, products and systems ensuring detailed specifications; •Lead, plan, develop, implement/evaluate new or redesigned clinical services/programs to support service improvement priorities while ensuring alignment with operational requirements and provincial mandates; •Incorporate current evidence-based clinical practice with change and/or project management methodologies for new initiatives or redesign of existing clinical programs to transform service delivery, culture and system structure; •Facilitate consensus with partners and lead project resources including project budgets and expenditures; identifies, negotiates and/or resolves issues to ensure new/redesigned clinical programs are ready for implementation. •Contribute to the overall project team and establish good working relationships with team members.

To join our team, we will look for you to have:
    •Bachelor's Degree in health care discipline. •Five (5) years recent, related project management or process improvement experience with an occupational health, infection control or public health setting, or equivalent of combination of education, training and experience.

In this key role, you will:
    •Lead, occupational health related projects and function as a resource for management teams. •Develop, implement and evaluate new technical solutions in order to redesign processes, ensuring clinical objectives and provincial mandates. •Develop and lead education and training strategy related to projects.

This is a full time position, based at our Central City offices in Surrey, BC, with access to rapid transit, shopping, restaurants, on-site gym and other amenities.

Valued Benefits:

Are you passionate about building an engaging environment that supports and challenges others to achieve their goals? If so, we encourage you to apply today and take the next step in your career so we can continue the conversation and make a difference in the communities we serve. We value diversity in the work force and aim to maintain an environment of Respect, Caring & Trust.