Credit Valley Family Health Team
Oct 30, 2018Full time
The Credit Valley Family Health Team Board of Directors is seeking a demonstrated dynamic and innovative health care leader to serve in the position of Executive Director. The Credit Valley Family Health Team is an Academic Family Health Team affiliated with Trillium Health Partners and the University of Toronto. It is an engaging multi-disciplinary primary care team dedicated to continuous learning and excellence within primary care with a demonstrated track record of impactful quality improvement activities. The Executive Director role also has an exciting growth opportunity, as the team has recently received $1.3M additional base funds to expand the Interprofessional Care Team (IPCT) model into the North West Mississauga Care Community. The successful candidate will be an experienced and seasoned health care leader with demonstrated excellence in executing in a lean organization. They will be working closely with the Board of Directors in setting the future direction of the organization through the upcoming cycle of strategic planning. The successful candidate will have a clear vision on how to articulate the strategic plan into deliverable key activities. They will be experienced in program development, measurement, and quality improvement methodologies. They will demonstrate in their previous work impeccable integrity and excellent communication skills with employees, stakeholders and community members. Key Duties and Responsibilities Managerial/Operational To provide effective strategic leadership, guidance and management to the CV FHT staff including human resources and financial resources management To establish a culture of excellence in patient care and customer service and collaborate with the CV FHO to deliver this across the organization To work closely and collaboratively with the CV FHO to effectively and efficiently manage the day to day operational activities of the CV FHT as a means Financial Management To establish and maintain a financial management framework that supports the decision making capabilities of the CV FHT and makes use of the appropriate financial systems to ensure the CV FHT continuously operates within its approved business plan and allocated funds Organizational Management To empower and inspire the team to conceive, develop and plan programs the CV FHT can deliver to the benefit of patients and the broader community To provide balance organizational priorities by facilitating the efficient function of the organization and the attainment of strategic goals To position the CV FHT to be responsive to the changing health care environment and the needs of the population Privacy To act as the Privacy Officer and ensure adherence to the freedom of information and protection of privacy Communication To engage in two way communication with all team members to create a cohesive team and seamless collaboration with the CV FHO To communicate effectively with all patients, families, peers, other health care professionals and community partners To act as the spokesperson for the FHT as delegated by the Board of Directors External Partnerships To actively participate with health care planning processes occurring at the neighbourhood, care community (Sub-Region) and LHIN level To establish and foster collaborative working relationships with local organizations in the Community Care Sector (CCS) and Social Services Agencies (SSA) Governance To act as the Secretary (ex-officio) to the Board of Directors and also to report on monthly basis to the Board on operational risk issues and strategic direction of the FHT To lead the organization and the Board in a strategic planning process which will set the strategic direction for the next 3-5 years DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS NOVEMBER 30, 2018 Contact To apply for this position, please submit a CV/resume with covering letter, via email to the CV FHT Lead Physician, Dr. James Pencharz at email@example.com The Credit Valley Family Health Team is a respectful, caring and inclusive workplace, committed to Employment Equity. We welcome diversity in the workplace, and encourage applications from all qualified individuals including women, members of visible minorities, aboriginal persons and persons with disabilities. We will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment and selection and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities. Applicants need to make their accommodation needs known when contacted.