Four Corners Group Newmarket, ON, Canada
Apr 26, 2018Full time
C reating Strong, Caring, Safe Communities Administrator, Long Term Care Services Maple Health Centre & Newmarket Health Centre (2 roles) The Regional Municipality of York (www.york.ca), the second largest regional municipality in Ontario, is one of six regional governments in Ontario. From 2011 to 2031, the population of people aged 65 and older in the Region will grow at a faster pace than any other age group, and one in five residents will be 65 or older out of a projected population of 1.5 million in 2031. With a commitment to the highest quality healthcare standards, York Region provides services to promote the health, well-being, safety and independence of all individuals requiring care. York Region’s two long-term care homes are part of the integrated Paramedic and Senior Services branch. Our homes provide nursing and personal care and specialize in meeting the complex care needs of our residents who are no longer able to live in their own homes. York Region is seeking two senior leaders for the roles of Administrator, Long Term Care Services in Maple, Ontario and Newmarket, Ontario. Reporting to the Director, Long Term Care Services, the Administrators are responsible for the daily administration and management of the designated Home (Long Term Care Centre) and related programs; administering, directing and coordinating the delivery of medical, nursing, dietary, environmental, safety, therapeutic, social, and recreational activities in the Home to ensure residents and visitors are provided with services that reflect the York Region’s commitment to a safe, secure and customer focused environment. The Administrator is passionate about shaping the organization’s culture, leading change initiatives, and thrives in a high profile and publicly accountable role. The Administrator is known for consistently demonstrating integrity and respect for regulations and consistent policies and practices and having a proven track record of applying in- depth knowledge of labor relations; building collaborative relationships, positive workplace culture and enhancing client experience. The successful candidates will have a minimum of five years progressive experience in the Health Care sector with responsibilities for administering long term care and seniors’ programs and services. With significant managerial experience that includes financial, budget administration and human resource management in a unionized environment, the new Administrators will use exemplary communication skills to support the Homes through change, to manage sensitive issues as they arise and to deal effectively with various stakeholders including clients and families. Successful completion of a University Degree in Health Services Management, Business or Public Administration, Clinical or related field, coupled with Certification as a Long-Term Care Administrator by a recognized Provincial Standard is required. For more information on this outstanding opportunity, please contact: Pamela Colquhoun, Partner at firstname.lastname@example.org .