We currently have an opportunity for a Regular Full Time Director of Operations – Trauma Program located at the 2075 Bayview Aveune Campus.Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre is a large academic health sciences centre in the heart of Toronto. With 1.2 million patient visits each year, Sunnybrook has established itself across three campuses. Sunnybrook is proud to be fully affiliated with the University of Toronto and each year the hospital provides educational opportunities for more than 4,000 students from around the world.
As the Director of Operations, Trauma Program, you will be leading Canada’s first and largest regional Trauma Centre. The Trauma Program at Sunnybrook provides highly specialized care to severely injured adults with serious life or limb-threatening conditions where time is critical. The Trauma Program cares for over 1600 trauma patients per year and has achieved some of the best patient outcomes in Canada.
This program encompasses services related to Trauma, Critical Care, Burn, Neurosurgical, and Plastic surgical care. We have one of the largest critical care services in the province caring for critically ill populations short of solid organ transplantation. The Trauma Program has an annual budget of over $50M, this includes operational oversight for 5 critical care units and 2 inpatient units.
Reporting to the Executive Vice President, Chief Nursing and Health Professions Executive, the successful candidate must have extensive experience in strategic and operational planning; performance and quality management. Ideally, the candidate should have developed these skills in the context of a large academic health sciences centre. A critical success factor is the ability to build strong teams and be a strategic and operational partner to the Program Chief.
This role works in collaboration with respective Medical Directors, Senior Leadership, Directors, Managers, interprofessional teams, patients and their families. The role responsibilities include clinical and financial administration, program planning, and providing representation at regional and provincial fora relevant to Program activity. The Operations Director will have over 10 direct reports, including several Patient Care Managers, Advanced Practice Nurses, Clinical Educators and a Nurse Practitioner.
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Caring for patients and their families at critical times in their lives, conducting leading-edge research, discovering innovative approaches to care, teaching the latest advances in health care, and our affiliation with the University of Toronto, all distinguish Sunnybrook as one of Canada’s premier academic health sciences centres. Sunnybrook provides expert and compassionate care for patients in their time of greatest need: from premature newborns, to those requiring critical care, specialized trauma, musculoskeletal, oncology, mental health, dementia, cardiac or stroke care, to elderly war veterans living at Sunnybrook.