The Regional Manager, Community Care Facility Licensing is responsible for the management and operation of Community Care Facility Licensing (CCFL) programs within Northern Health in accordance with the Community Care and Assisted Living Act and associated regulations. The Regional Manager is responsible for ensuring leadership and management of human, financial and material resources and completion of the department's objectives in the annual business plan, and for supporting the goals, policies and vision of NH.
The Regional Manager participates as a member of the Public Health Protection (PHP) Management Team in the coordination and integration of planning and evaluation strategies into the service delivery system of Northern Health. The Manager is responsible for the management of internal and external partnerships and the integration of CCFL and Public Health Protection services within Northern Health.
Bachelor's Degree (Master's degree preferred) in a relevant healthcare or related discipline;
- Ten (10) years of experience including five (5) years in progressive management/leadership roles responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of operational and strategic plans;
- Five (5) years' experience as a Licensing Officer;
- Or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
- Valid BC Drivers License.
- Criminal Record check may be required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Comprehensive knowledge of current Acts and Regulations pertaining to community care facility licensing.
- Thorough knowledge of the principles of administrative law and the application of outcome based legislation and regulations.
- Strong leadership and management skills with an ability to motivate and delegate.
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with all levels; and the ability to prepare or review reports for legal applications.
- Excellent facilitation skills.
- Ability to make presentations to diverse stakeholders.
- Demonstrated ability to analyze and problem-solve complex issues towards creative solutions.
- Demonstrated ability to function effectively, both independently and as part of a team.
- Demonstrated ability to foster effective working relationships, both internally and externally at all levels.
- Demonstrated ability to organize work, respond to changing priorities and balance multiple activities.
- Demonstrated ability to be effective in an environment subject to continuous change.
- Knowledge of applicable collective agreements.
- Ability to operate related equipment, including software applications.
- Ability and willingness to travel, as required.
PRINCE GEORGE COMMUNITY
Prince George is one of the larger cities in British Columbia with a population of approximately 75,000. Built on the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako rivers, Prince George is close to the geographic center of British Columbia and has become a transportation hub as well as an important link in the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor. It is a major centre for shopping and a service centre for surrounding communities, as well as home to the University of Northern British Columbia. In Prince George, BC's Northern capital, you are just minutes from being fully immersed in the wonders of our natural surroundings - this is a true outdoor person's paradise. A warm, friendly and diverse population attests to our community spirit. You can be assured of discovering a myriad of entertainment and recreational options year-round, from heritage and cultural opportunities to good old family fun.