Established over 60 years ago, Bellwoods is a charitable, not-for-profit organization providing community-based, client directed support services, client and family centered care, Independent Living education programs, and accessible, affordable housing. Services are provided to individuals 16 years of age or older with physical support needs, seniors, and individuals with mental health and addiction challenges as well as those at risk of homelessness. Bellwoods has been accredited by Accreditation Canada since 2007 and in 2013 and 2018, received the highest accreditation decision of “Accredited with Exemplary Standing.”
Bellwoods focuses on meeting community needs through partnership development to support health system priorities. Bellwoods provides personal support services to people living in the community and at its seven housing sites. It also offers a range of Transition Programs that include a reintegration unit, in-home respite, outreach, education and care navigation to support clients ready to leave hospital following an illness or a debilitating injury. Our voluntary Board of Directors represent the communities we serve.
This is an exciting opportunity for a seasoned quality improvement professional who enjoys working in a fast paced, team-oriented environment focused on enhancing services to our clientele and our community support service sector via innovative programs and initiatives. Reporting directly to our CEO, the incumbent will play a critical leadership role to inspire, motivate and lead the development and implementation of an enhanced continuous quality improvement and client-centered service culture for Bellwoods.
The incumbent is responsible to ensure the organization implements actions that ensure excellence and safe service experience; oversee quality improvement/risk management for the organization; timely response and processes to investigations and ensure compliance with both required organizational practices and standards affiliated with Accreditation Canada, and any relevant legislation.
The organization will be looking to the incumbent in this role to be a key source of leadership and counsel on all quality improvement initiatives, staff education, and client engagement methodology. As the organization’s designated Privacy Officer, the ability to provide guidance and leadership on related communications and record custody matters is also a core responsibility.
Bellwoods is committed to inclusive and accessible recruitment practices for applicants with accessibility needs in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA). Reasonable accommodations are available on request for candidates with disabilities taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Interested and qualified applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to:
3 Concorde Gate, Suite 200
Toronto, Ontario, M3C 3N7
Organizational Website: http://bellwoodscentres.org
No phone calls please, applicants selected for an interview will be contacted
Bellwoods is a charitable, not-for-profit organization that delivers community based and client needs based support services. Bellwoods provides independent living education programs for individuals with physical disabilities.