Brant Community Healthcare System Brantford, ON, Canada
Jul 05, 2018Full time
Brant Community Healthcare System is seeking a dynamic leader who is engaging, committed to quality care environments, excels at building successful teams and focused on ensuring positive patient outcomes to join our Medically Complex Care leadership team. Your excellent leadership and management skills are exceptional and as a highly motivated leader you have a proven track record of developing and maintaining strong community partnerships and relationships with all stakeholders across the continuum of health care. Position Summary: Reporting to the Clinical Program Director, the Clinical Manager is responsible for the effective unit operations and the provision of clinical services resulting in safe, high quality patient care and outcomes. The Clinical Program Manager guides and supports an interdisciplinary healthcare team to ensure positive patient and family experiences in a quality care environment. Positions Requirements: Baccalaureate degree in Nursing or Health-care related field. 3-5 years leadership experience in a health care related field. Registration held in good standing with the applicable regulatory body. Specific Responsibilities: In collaboration with the Director, the Manager: Oversees the daily operations of the clinical unit to ensure safe, evidence base care is provided at the unit level for our patients and the community we serve. Manages the unit resources (Human, Financial, and Physical) to deliver effective, efficient and safe patient care. The Clinical Manager is responsible for: Human Resource Management, Financial Resource Management, Utilization Management, Continuous Quality Improvement and Leadership. Key Accountabilities: Ensures clinical excellence including high quality and safe patient/family experiences. Manages day to day basis operational excellence: Human, Financial and Physical resources. Leads high-performing teams and supports a healthy work environment for staff. Ensures compliance with required hospital policies and all legislative requirements. Builds positive relationships across the organization and with external partners/agencies. Communicates organizational strategy (vision, mission, values). Required Skills: Strong commitment to patient and family centred care and exceptional patient/family experiences Demonstrated people-centred leadership capacity Highly effective interpersonal and communication skills Strong collaboration skills Holds self and others accountable Strong knowledge of quality improvement, utilization, risk and financial management, collective agreements Knowledge of legislation applicable to areas of responsibility PEOPLE-CENTRED LEADERSHIP CHARACTERISTICS Humility, Compassion, Authenticity, Inspirational, Relationship-oriented and emotionally intelligent CULTURE ALIGNED TO PEOPLE-CENTRED LEADERSHIP Team-based Engagement and empowerment Decentralized decisions Accountability Collaboration/partnerships Openness/ transparency Tapping into collective wisdom of staff Compassion and empathy Patient/ family needs central to all decisions Supportive learning environment Brant Community Healthcare System is an equal opportunity employer. In order to ensure equal opportunities during the recruitment and selection process, Brant Community Healthcare System provides accommodations for applicants with disabilities upon request.