Health Careers In Saskatchewan
Health Careers In Saskatchewan Australia Australia
3 weeks ago
Job Description The Primary Health Care (PHC) Manager contributes to the operational direction of Health Networks within the SHA by participating in Health Network site planning, leading the implementation of Health Networks and managing the delivery, evaluation and improvement of Primary Health Care Network programs and services. The PHC Manager works collaboratively with the other PHC Managers and Health Services Managers (urban, rural and north) in order to ensure consistency in approach and integration of service delivery across the various service/program areas. Span of Control: Primary Health Care Managers will have a wide span of control and a wide breadth of functions which include urban/rural/northern components of primary health care. Some examples of current services include, but are not limited to: chronic disease prevention/management, home care services, primary care services, mental health, public health services, therapies, client navigation, and all aspects of... preventive and reactive health, intermediate care services and some complex 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 Network needs and clinical standard operations. Challenges:? Maintenance of effective, ongoing communication to ensure that client, community, staff and program needs are identified and addressed consistently while staff function in a matrix style of management. This includes leading, supporting and engaging in crucial /critical conversations? Providing effective services within limited resources and competing priorities? Managing expectations of stakeholders including the public, physicians, community groups, municipalities, First Nations and Metis organizations and non-governmental agencies? Managing multiple priorities in a developing role in a constantly c Job Qualifications Required QualificationsLicensed and in good standing with professional association and/or regulatory body, if applicableUndergraduate 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 licenseExperienceExperience, at an operational level, as a leader who has developed and led innovative planning projects or programs in a complex multi-stakeholder environment.5+ years of experience in a health care organization with extensive knowledge of community health services.Valid Class 5 driver's licenseKnowledge, Skills and AbilitiesDemonstrates and is recognized for strategic and operational leadership that includes articulation of mission, vision and strategy and charts a path forwardDemonstrates commitment to a diverse, culturally competent and culturally safe health system and representative workforceExemplifies ethical practices, professionalism and personal integrityHas 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 prioritiesHas demonstrated ability to coach and develop othersHas demonstrated strong critical thinking, financial and analytical skillsHas demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skillsIs committed to delivering on Patient and Family Centered CareIs committed to quality, safety and continuous improvement striving towards zero harmKnowledge of First Nations and Metis History in Saskatchewan along with an understanding of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Calls to ActionKnowledge of legislation and applicable lawsKnowledge of the healthcare system in SaskatchewanMobilizes people, inspires and leads by examplePromotes innovation, guides change and is committed to continuous improvement
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