Who you are:
You are an innovative and patient centered individual who provides excellence within their profession
You are a team player with excellent communication, critical thinking and customer service skills
You have vision, flexibility, transparency, honesty and practicality
You are organized, accurate, able to multi task and meet deadlines
You support the patient experience, your colleagues and others cultural and spiritual beliefs
You encompass Oak Valley Health’s core values and live the words of Respect, Trust, Commitment, Compassion and Courage
Who we are:
Oak Valley Health is one of Ontario’s leading community Healthcare Organizations. Across our two sites (Markham and Uxbridge) and Reactivation Care Centre (RCC), we provide high quality, patient-centred care to more than 435,000 patients each year. We offer diagnostic and emergency services and deliver clinical programs in acute care medicine and surgery, addictions and mental health, and childbirth and children’s services. We are also proud to be part of the Eastern York Region North Durham Ontario Health Team (OHT).
Our 526 physicians, 28 midwives, 2,400 staff and 1,000 volunteers serve patients and families with an honoured to care mindset and are focused on delivering an extraordinary patient experience to the residents of Markham, Whitchurch-Stouffville, Uxbridge and beyond.. We are dedicated to providing access to the right care, at the right time, in the right place by the right people and at the right cost. Are you ready to join us?
What we need:
Reporting to the Director of Interprofessional Practice & Education/Patient Care Manager for Adult Diabetes Services and Inpatient Allied Health, the Clinical Leader for Inpatient Allied Health Disciplines will work in in close collaboration with the Clinical Leader for Inpatient Allied Health & Adult Diabetes Programs to assist with the day-to-day operations of personnel across 9 health professions and 14 departments. Responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) scheduling and day-to-day supervision of staff; recruitment, coordination, and on-boarding of new staff; assisting with coordination and procurement of equipment; and other duties as assigned by the Interim Director/Patient Care Manager. The Clinical Leader will also be required to assist front-line staff by providing direct patient care within the scope of his/her profession, as needed. The Clinical Leader in a small hospital must build and understand the interrelationships between departments and strive for creative solutions to ensure high quality patient care. Your well-developed leadership and critical thinking skills, coupled with an outcomes-focused approach, will enable you to successfully lead and coordinate care within our services. You will be a self-directed health care professional and will work in a dynamic, fast-paced environment dedicated to the delivery of high quality, patient-focused interprofessional care.
BAND F: $42.29 - $52.79 per hour
What you bring to Oak Valley Health :
A member of an allied health or nursing profession with a demonstrated record of maintaining a high level of professionalism, punctuality, and reliability to practice within the scope of their profession and organization policies & procedures..
If a regulated health professional, in good standing with COTO, CPO, CDO, CNO, OCSWSSW, or CASLPO
A minimum of 5 years recent clinical experience in an acute or subacute care environment
A minimum of 2 years in a supervisory role/related experience is an asset
Advanced clinical skills and certifications relevant to your clinical field
Demonstrated leadership skills
Exceptional interpersonal, communication, and organization/prioritization skills
Experience leading quality improvement projects within the ambulatory setting is an asset
Demonstrated understanding of clinical operations within a community hospital setting including Emergency, Acute, Subacute and Ambulatory patient populations
Advanced knowledge of an interprofessional collaborative model of care in a community hospital setting,
Advanced knowledge of the RHPA, PHA and discipline-specific acts/scopes of practice setting is an asset
Proven excellent collaborative, negotiation, and conflict resolution abilities with talents in complex analysis and critical thinking
Demonstrated ability to coach and support effective team building and functioning
Demonstrated good attendance record with the ability to maintain this same standard
Demonstrates a commitment to a healthy and safe workplace for self and others (staff, patients, families, etc.) by taking all reasonable precautions and working in compliance with organization related policies, health and safety legislation and best practices and completing relevant mandatory education as required
Oak Valley Health takes pride in serving some of Canada’s most diverse communities. We are committed to fostering an environment of equity and inclusivity where every person can work and receive care safely, openly and honestly. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, nation of origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, marital or family status, belief system, or other factors related to one’s personal identity and/or values. Furthermore, Oak Valley Health is committed to meeting the needs of all individuals in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Should you require accommodations during the recruitment and selection process, please contact Human Resources.