Clinical Manager

  • Hamilton Health Sciences
  • Apr 07, 2021
Full time Manager

Job Description

Unit Summary:

McMaster Children’s Hospital (MCH) and Women’s and Children’s Health Program, part of the Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) family, is one of Canada’s fasted growing Children’s Hospitals and provider of the most advanced Women’s Reproductive Health Care. We are an academic teaching center affiliated with McMaster University, and provide care to a growing regional population of more than 2.3 million, as well as regional and provincial leadership in the provision of the highest quality, integrated maternal/newborn/child & youth health care.

MCH and the Women’s and Children’s Health Program is committed to continuous quality improvement and a safety culture in order to be the safest, and highest quality care provider for the children, youth, women and families we serve and for our teams who care for them.
McMaster Children’s Hospital and the McMaster Children’s Hospital, located on the campus of McMaster University, are home to our inpatient pediatric, newborn and women’s health programs as well as many of our pediatric and women’s health outpatient clinics.  The Ron Joyce Children’s Health Centre (RJCHC) is an outpatient campus of MCH, with 70,000 centre- and community-based visits each year. The Autism Spectrum Disorders and the Ambulatory Child and Youth Mental Health Programs are delivered from this site.   

 Position Summary: 

This Senior Advisor Patient Safety position is accountable and responsible for the development and delivery of the Safer Together safety program across the MCH/Women’s & Children’s Health portfolio.  This includes variety of patient safety initiatives across programs and services in alignment and collaboration with counterparts from across HHS.  The incumbent develops partners with the lead physician, as well as the entire portfolio leadership team to continue the journey toward ZERO harm.

Schedule Work Hours: 

Monday to Friday Days


  1. Current registration with a recognized Regulated Health Discipline College.
  2. Graduate Degree in related field.
  3. Minimum 5 years recent relevant experience.
  4. Completion of recognized certification programs (LEAN, IHI, PSEP, PSO).
  5. SPS knowledge and experience preferred
  6. Advanced knowledge expertise and proven success related to leadership, change management, knowledge transfer and systems theory.
  7. Ability to translate and synthesize abstract models and analytic results into concrete operational processes.
  8. Ability to apply and adapt improvement methods/tools to pediatrics and complex clinical environments.
  9. Senior leader “presence” and ability to lead discussions with HHS Quality Committee and Quality Committee of Board.
  10. Capacity to work across all levels of the organization and system to address safety and improvement opportunities.
  11. Advanced communication (written, verbal) and presentation skills with demonstrated ability to interface with all levels of the organization.
  12. Report writing, charter development and curriculum development skills.
  13. Demonstrated ability to evaluate, synthesize and interpret outcomes using a Harm Index
  14. Demonstrated ability to critically appraise health care literature, legislation, policy, evaluate and synthesize findings, and guide implementation of evidenced based practice.
  15. Demonstrated expertise and ability to teach/mentor in the use of quality improvement methods, leadership methods, approaches to family engagement and relevant theoretical frameworks and principles.
  16. Demonstrated creativity and innovation in the delivery of information, education and patient care services.


$51.89 – $66.52  hourly

Please apply via and search for Requisition #87488

Job Category



Hamilton, ON