Integrated Care Manager – North Clinic
Location: Wawa or Chapleau (with regular travel between the sites)
Seeking a full-time Integrated Care Manager – North Clinic to oversee services to our member communities of Chapleau Cree First Nation, Brunswick House First Nation, Chapleau Ojibwe First Nation and Michipicoten First Nation. The scope of this position is to provide primary health care services within an inter-disciplinary team to clients and their families through a client-centred care model emphasizing health promotion and client education.
Under the direction of the Director of Comprehensive Primary Health Care, the Integrated Care Manager will be responsible for the overall coordination and operation of the clinic sites at Chapleau Cree First Nation, Brunswick House First Nation, Chapleau Ojibwe First Nation, Michipicoten First Nation/Wawa through leadership, HR management, site management, client experience and stakeholder engagement.
By joining our team, you will work for a dynamic organization well known and recognized for its innovative programs and services. We value our employees and strive for a quality workplace environment that provides lifelong learning, growth and well-being. Become part of an organization that provides:
- Competitive salary and comprehensive health care benefits
- HOOPP pension plan
- Professional development opportunities including individual PD budget and leave allowance
- Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
- A supportive and friendly work environment
- Opportunity to participate in exciting research projects
- Bachelor degree in business administration, healthcare, public administration or other related discipline or other post-secondary education and related experience
- Three to five experience working in a healthcare setting
- One to three years of supervisory and/or leadership experience
- Knowledge of multi-service, inter-professional teams and collaborative professional practice
- Ability to work with multiple stakeholders across broad sectors, including health, social services, government, First Nations and Indigenous organizations
- Program management experience
- Demonstrated experience in relationship and partnership development, networking
- Strong leadership skills including human resource management, team development and teamwork
- Comprehensive knowledge of Indigenous history and the impacts on health
- Experience working with Indigenous populations
- Excellent communication, interpersonal, analytical and problem-solving skills
- Strong presentation skills and meeting facilitation skills an asset
- Demonstrated competence in conflict resolution and organizational skills
- Must be self-directed, resourceful and possess critical thinking skills
- Willing to work flexible hours as required
- Regular travel between sites/communities is required (agency vehicle is available)
- Possess a valid driver’s licence, safe driving record as demonstrated in a driver’s abstract and access to a reliable vehicle
Given the traditional practices of Aboriginal people, from time to time exposure to smoke from the burning of sacred medicines such as tobacco, sweet grass, sage or cedar may occur.
- Accommodations for the disabled will be available upon request
- An offer of employment will be conditional upon an acceptable vulnerable sector police records check.
- Hiring of Aboriginal People will be given preference, as allowed under Section 14 of the Ontario Human Rights Code – Special Programs
Deadline for Submission: August 10, 2018 – 4:00 p.m.
Qualified individuals are invited to submit via email to HR@nmninoeyaa.ca a covering letter along with a current resume, certificates, diplomas, along with three current work-related references to:
Maamwesying North Shore Community Health Services c/o Human Resources
473 B Highway 17W, Cutler, ON P0P 1B0
Tel: 705-844-2021 Fax: 705-844-2844
Thanking you in advance to all who apply, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.