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REGIONAL LEAD, HOME & CLINICAL PROGRAM STANDARDS (PERMANENT FULL TIME) (WORKSITE LOCATION IS FLEXIBLE)
Location:Flexible
Facility:Flexible
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Competition #:05496326
Employee Type:PERMANENT FULL TIME
Bargaining Unit:NON-CONTRACT
Facility:Flexible
Department:NHR REGIONAL RAI TEAM
Reports To:EXECUTIVE LEAD, ELDERLY SERVICES
Close Date:APRIL 17, 2021*
Comments:This is a regional position and does not need to re-located to Prince George.

Position Summary

The Regional Lead, Home Health Clinical Program Standards supports the planning, implementation and evaluation of clinical program areas relating to home and community care service provision. This will include regional planning processes focused on home care redesign, information management, quality improvement, the development and evaluation of pilot projects and/or demonstrations, identification and monitoring of outcome metrics, the development and implementation of clinical guidelines, standards and policy. Participates in research knowledge exchange and evaluation. Builds capacity within the organization to sustain and embed the InterRAI Assessment tools to achieve full integration of the tools in
Northern Health.
 
Qualifications

Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree in business or health-related discipline plus five (5) to seven (7) years of relevant experience in community and/or residential health-care settings including three (3) years’ experience with project or program management, administration, planning and education;
- Experience with the InterRAI tools and clinical information systems;
- Or, an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
- Class 5 BC Drivers License.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Proven ability to work as a team member and foster a cooperative team environment.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively in a variety of settings (e.g. group educational sessions) with diverse audiences.
- Working knowledge of community and residential care nursing practice and current Home and Community Care services and programs.
- Understanding of the broad determinants of health/chronic disease and how these relate to nursing practice and services across health care settings. .
- Demonstrated administrative and clinical leadership in the implementation and application of data to nursing practice.
- Demonstrated leadership in effectively managing change.
- Demonstrated competency in management (including “people-management” skills), research and education.
- In-depth knowledge of policy and program development processes and principles.
- Demonstrated proficiency and comfort with computerized information systems, especially as applied to clinical settings.
- Working knowledge of data quality management processes and techniques, including an understanding of basic statistics and principles of epidemiology (e.g. prevalence and incidence).
- Proficiency with general computer office applications.
- Demonstrated problem-solving and project management skills.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
- Ability to organize workload and priorities.
- Physical ability to perform duties of position.

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