2L- Surgery, PACU
$40.776 to $57.578 per hour
At St Joseph's Health Centre Toronto, everything we do is aimed at living our mission and achieving our vision of advancing the health of our community by being Canada's best community teaching health centre. This means we are committed to delivering exceptional experiences, shaping care through teaching and education, and providing seamless services for patients.
A Catholic hospital fully accredited with exemplary standing by Accreditation Canada, St. Joe's Toronto is fortunate to be home to an entire community of people who live our values and mission every day — the staff, physicians, volunteers and students — that our patients and families will get to know during their experiences with us.
Working here means more than having a job; it means being part of a community where each and every member of our team is recognized and appreciated.
St. Joseph's Health Centre's Surgical Program is a leader in its field, providing high quality care to meet the diverse surgical needs of our catchment area and wider community. A university-affiliated program, our three in-patient surgical units and ten operating rooms offer a range of care and procedures from thoracic and general surgery to gynaecology, opthamology and urology.
Reporting to the Clinical Program Director, we are currently seeking a strong, visionary leader to manage our In-Patient Thorasic Surgical Unit and PACU Department. This portfolio provides an exciting opportunity to be involved in a high-interest, high-focus area within the current healthcare landscape. Linking with the Ministry and working with province-wide interest groups, you will lead the development of pathways and best practice guidelines for our surgical populations, with focus on the Hepatiobilliary and Thoracic populations, while ensuring exceptional patient and family centred care using key metrics to validate effectiveness. The successful candidate will be a skilled and accountable leader who is able to develop and lead the implementation of departmental strategic goals in line with our organizational strategy, while fostering and inspiring performance excellence across the health care team. With a track record of innovation in service delivery, you will excel at managing change in a fast paced environment while ensuring a consultative and collaborative approach to achieving our shared vision.
1. Baccalaureate Degree required, Masters' Degree preferred.
2. Regulated Health Professional in good standing with applicable Regulatory College.
3. Strong clinical background in surgery, including demonstrated knowledge of current best practices.
4. Three to five years recent leadership experience in a healthcare environment.
5. Demonstrated strong financial and human resource management skills.
6. Demonstrated ability to foster partnerships to advance patient and family centred care.
7. Demonstrated evidence of innovative leadership and critical thinking, with proven ability to foster a collaborative team and patient/family approach to decision making.
8. Demonstrates effectiveness in all categories of the OHA's Leadership Competency at the management level.
9. Superior communication, team building, conflict resolution and problem solving skills within an interdisciplinary milieu.
10. Proven success in the development and implementation of strategic objectives including quality indicators, volume targets, and budget management.
11. Proven success in managing change and fostering a positive workplace culture.
12. Demonstrated commitment to continuing professional development.
13. Satisfactory attendance record.
How To Apply
If you are interested and qualified for this position, we invite you to send us your resume by one of the following methods.
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