The Manager, Strategy, will oversee the development and management of the corporate strategy. This includes the development of annual objectives, initiatives, targets and measures, responding to new opportunities, including potential partnerships and supporting the Governance and Nominations Committee of the Board.
The Manager, Strategy with facilitate stakeholder engagement, conduct analysis, and develop key themes, to provide recommendations to director, executive team and ultimately the Board. He/she will facilitate the annual planning process including, setting objectives, initiatives, targets and measures and will subsequently monitor the implementation of the strategic plan, including reporting to the board. Overall, she/he will manage the strategy through a strategy management framework. This includes facilitating engagement across all levels of staff of the strategy to ensure work across the organization is supporting the achievement of the strategic goals. In addition to the corporate strategy, the Manager will also support the development of select departmental level strategies.
The Manager will identify and assess potentially beneficial corporate partnership for consideration of the Executive Committee and, potentially the board. He/he will apply the integration and partnership framework to inform decision making on a partnership. He/she will also support the active management of corporate partnerships. The Manager will support the Chair and VP sponsor of Governance and Nomination committee by developing agendas, supporting materials and briefing notes. She/he will ensure policies and procedures are up to date and support the nomination cycle of board members.
On Aug. 1, 2017, Providence Healthcare, St. Joseph’s Health Centre and St. Michael’s Hospital (the Network) officially united under a single health network, to advance the health of our patients, clients and residents, and our urban communities. The Network’s more than 10,000 staff and physicians serve communities from Etobicoke to Scarborough. With an annual budget of more than $1 billion and 1,100 inpatient beds, the Network provides the full spectrum of care from primary, secondary, community, tertiary and quaternary care services to post-acute through rehabilitation, palliative care and long-term care.
Rooted in the legacy of our founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph, the three organizations share a commitment to Catholic healthcare, a vocation to serve the most vulnerable and those most in need with compassion and dignity; to improve health and the overall social determinants of health, rather than just treat disease. True to Catholic Social Teaching, a calling to social justice and the common good, our organizations prioritize a holistic and compassionate approach, recognizing the whole person in the community, the fundamental link between spirituality and healing, and the diverse cultural and spiritual needs of those served.