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Organization Overview  
Trillium Health Partners is a newly merged hospital serving Mississauga, West Toronto and the surrounding communities. It is one of Ontario’s largest community-based academic health networks and has a teaching affiliation with the Mississauga Academy of Medicine at the University of Toronto Mississauga.
Industry Healthcare and Medical Services
Site/Location Credit Valley Hospital
City Mississauga
Province Ontario [ON]
Job Title Regional Program Director, Cancer Services
Job ID 130077
Job Type Full Time
Department Cancer Centre/Cancer Care
# of Positions 1
Division Regional Cancer Program
Date Posted 2/13/2013
Internal Deadline 2/20/2013
Position Description

 

Position Summary:
 
Reporting to the Regional Vice President, Cancer Care Ontario, you will be involved in the management of the Regional Cancer Program, specifically in ensuring that the performance targets set forth by Cancer Care Ontario are monitored and adhered to and be involved in the distribution of funds designated by Cancer Care Ontario for the establishment of quality initiatives. Along with the Regional Vice President, you will implement the goals and strategic priorities of the Ontario Cancer Plan III.
 
In addition, as a member of our management team at Trillium Health Partners you will be, the Program Director, for the Integrated Cancer Program. As such, you will be accountable for the quality of all aspects of patient care within the Oncology Programand the efficient utilization of hospital resources within the program.In this capacity,you will work in partnership withthe Medical Director of the Oncology program to meet these goals and be accountable to the Vice President of Clinical Services, Oncology.
 
 
Key Qualifications:
 
·          Master’s degree in business or health related field and/or professional experience in health discipline and/or combination of related    work experience
·          Exceptional business management skills (strategic planning, budgeting, resource allocation and analytics)
·          Well developed leadership and management skills deeply rooted in teamwork and mutual support
·          Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills
·          Results-oriented and client-focused with a commitment to excellence
·          Strong conceptual skills; systems thinking and ability to deal with ambiguity
·          Strong ability to link strategic direction to front-line programs
·          Superior analytical, problem solving, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
·          Ability to build effective working relationships with a dynamic, professional team
·          Highly effective coaching and mentoring skills
·          Capacity to thrive in a multi-disciplined, diverse environment
 
 
Accountabilities:
 
·         Lead, develop and manage program safety and quality, day to day operations of the integrated Cancer Program and organization and direction of the integrated Region Cancer Program.
·         With respect to the Integrated Cancer Program, deliver overall programs in collaboration with the Program Medical Director in accordance with goals of the organization
·         Promote a positive climate, resolving conflict, and creating alignment within and across internal/external partners & stakeholders
·         Develop, implement and evaluate program quality plans that are interdisciplinary and focused on patient outcomes
·         In collaboration with the Regional Vice President, overseethe fiscal operational and patient care activities of the programs, the distribution of money from Cancer Care Ontario as it is directed to quality initiatives in the Regional Program, and  the distribution of cancer surgery, agreement funds and Regional Systemic Therapy funds and other quality initiatives set forth by Cancer Care Ontario.
·         Manage human resources effectively and provide ongoing performance feedback and evaluation
·         Oversee the development, maintenance and continuous improvement programs of clinical practice standards and compliance with licensing and regulatory requirements
·         Monitor budget statements and provide projections, variance analyses and recovery plans as needed
·         Participate on external committees and represent Trillium Health Partners at professional organizations and agencies as necessary.

 
 
To pursue this career opportunity, please visit our website: www.trilliumhealthpartners.ca
 
Date Added 2/13/2013
Statement  
Trillium Health Partners is committed to fostering a healthy and positive work environment in accordance with applicable legislation, including the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations, as well as the organizations policies and procedures. We will accommodate your needs under the Ontario Human Rights Code.
 
Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada.
 
Trillium Health Partners is identified under the French Language Act.

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest in this position, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted
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