Position: Project Manager - Health .File #: 2020- Status: Full Time.
Dept/Program: Institute for Better Health Site: Mississauga Hospital Posted: Internal Deadline: Trillium Health Partners (THP) is one of the largest community-based acute care facilities in Canada.
Comprised of the Credit Valley Hospital, the Mississauga Hospital and the Queensway Health Centre, Trillium Health Partners serves the growing and diverse populations of Mississauga, West Toronto and surrounding communities.
Our Mission: A New Kind of Health Care for a Healthier Community When we set out to build our vision and future, we connected with our community – patients, families, visitors, physicians, staff and volunteers. The foundational goals of our new strategic plan – quality, access and sustainability – anchor everything we do. Our mission for a new kind of health care is built on an inter-connected system of care organized around patients – inside and outside the hospital. At THP, we are relentless in providing high quality, compassionate care to our communities and take great pride in fostering an inclusive and accessible environment and we are all accountable for contributing to a healthy, safe and respectful environment for healing and promoting excellence in patient care though advancing patient and staff safety. If you are passionate about what you do, motivated to improve the health of the community, committed to excellence, quality and patient safety we would like you to join our Better Together team! As part of Trillium Health Partners’ new strategy, the hospital became a teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto and research became a strategic priority. In support of this priority, Trillium Health Partners’ research institute, the Institute for Better Health, was created.
Description: THP is seeking an experienced Project Manager for the CAN Health Network, a national network of health organizations working to test and scale promising Canadian health technologies. Reporting to the Director of Operations, CAN Health Network, the Project Manager will have a priority focus on developing and supporting multiple projects within the Ontario Network. Projects will likely include advancing the development of innovative technology solutions, leading change management efforts and designing new processes (including SOPs). This role will have exposure to high-profile projects involving multiple organizations across the province and the country, be instrumental in supporting the development of the regional Ontario Network, and require collaboration with a variety of stakeholders, including senior management, scientists, research staff, and private sector key stakeholders.
Key Responsibilities: * Oversee the work of the other Network partner organizations to ensure that they are following the CAN Health project methodology and increase their ability to execute CAN Health projects * Oversee and manage all aspects of multiple projects across the Network including planning, coordination, and evaluation, and budget management * Preparation of project documentation including proposals, project plans, budgets, meeting agendas and presentations * Monitor and report on progress, problems and solutions of the project to all stakeholders and escalate issues as appropriate * Engage and communicate with stakeholders on an ongoing basis and ensure changing resource and project requirements are met and understood * Provide project management leadership to staff across the Network, including the development and use of standard tools and processes * Work with the THP Institute for Better Health to grow THP’s ability to be a mentor organization to the other health organization partners in the CAN Health Network Qualifications and Skills:
- Successful completion of either a university degree or college diploma in business, clinical/health informatics, computer science, or health-related discipline * Minimum 5+ years of experience in project management in healthcare environments such as hospitals, government or private sector required. Project Management Professional (PMP) designation preferred but not required. * Previous experience running multiple concurrent projects tackling challenges with a high level of ambiguity. * Strong understanding of design thinking, agile and other innovation methodology preferred. * Excellent organizational, time management and project management skills with demonstrated ability to multi task and prioritize tasks effectively * Superior analytical and problem solving abilities. * Effective interpersonal communications skills and ability to successfully build relationships with senior leaders, scientists, frontline clinicians and business partners.
Expected start date: 2020-06-21
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
- Healthcare: 4 years (Required)