Why this role is important?
Join us on an exciting new project to help improve flow for student clinical placements through partnerships with our Public Sector Institutions (PSIs) and target placements for students to "hard to recruit" practice sectors. Further, you will develop clinical laddering programs to enable nurses and allied health professionals to pivot into new practice sectors or further increase their specialized body of knowledge in their current practice sector.
Are you passionate about leadership, innovation and project management? If so, bring your skills to this key role of Project Leader, Clinical Operations
, leading planning, implementation and evaluation of sustainable clinical operations initiatives for the Clinical Laddering and Career Development Program (CLCDP). Specifically, provide leadership to support the work and define the necessary human and fiscal resources to enable the successful completion of the work over the next 1-3 years.Responsibilities Include:
•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 care improvement priorities while ensuring alignment with operational requirements and provincial mandates; •Incorporate current evidence-based clinical practice with change and/or project management methodologies in the new 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. What you'll need?
•Bachelor's degree in Nursing, Allied Health Science and/or other relevant clinical discipline. •Plus 7 years' recent clinical experience in a health care environment relevant to the designated initiative (surgical or interventional setting and/or operations) •Including five (5) years' experience responsible for managing and leading program development and/or quality improvement initiatives/projects, and (2) two years' as a supervisory in a large complex organization. •You will also require a valid BC Driver's License and access to a personal vehicle for business-related purposes. Preferred candidates have recent experience in a clinical operation leadership role within a clinical area or program.You are ideal for this role if you have:
•Working knowledge of change and project management principles, methods and tools coupled with a strong understanding of the healthcare system. •Knowledge of other health care disciplines and their role within the health care continuum. •Ability to motivate and persuade leaders, physicians and staff at all levels to embrace and take action on change management initiatives. •Proven critical thinking and analytical skills including statistical analysis and evaluation methodology. •Expertise with technology integration.
Be part of a team committed to excellence in service and care! Are you ready to take the next step in your career? Apply now and make a difference in the communities we serve. Fraser Health is an equal opportunity and diverse employer.Valued Benefits
A career at Fraser Health will offer you the opportunity to work in a fast growing and exciting organization with professionals who are eminent in their respective fields. We offer a competitive compensation package, including comprehensive health benefits coverage. Fraser Health values diversity in the work force and strives to maintain an environment of Respect, Caring & Trust.