Deadline November 4, 2009
The South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), is one of 14 local organizations that have been created in Ontario to plan, coordinate and fund local health services, including hospitals, community care access centres (CCACs), long-term care homes, community health centres (CHCs), community support service agencies, and mental health and addictions agencies.
The Ontario Diabetes Registry (ODR) will be a secure online registry where people with diabetes and their health care providers can input and access information. The Diabetes Registry is part of the Diabetes Strategy (DS), which aims to improve health outcomes for Ontarians living with diabetes, and reduce health care costs through health promotion and disease prevention programs, self-care management and access to specialized resources and healthcare professionals.
If you have a passion for excellence, an entrepreneurial spirit and a desire to transform the Ontario healthcare system, then consider the South West Local Health integration Network (LHIN) for your next career move.
ODR Project Manager (6 month contract assignment – London, Ontario)
This challenging opportunity will require you manage the implementation of the Ontario Diabetes Registry (ODR) in a select number of sites across the South West LHIN.
Reporting to the Information Management Team Lead, the Project Manager, will be responsible for managing and maintaining the project in all of its functions including: developing and monitoring a regional implementation plan with clearly defined deliverables, budget, work plans and timelines. The Project Manager will also be responsible for liaising with stakeholders at various levels to ensure the success of the ODR project. You will be required to successfully identify and resolve project issues while developing mitigation strategies to ensure the successful delivery of regional goals. The project manager will also produce monthly and quarterly performance reports for key stakeholders involved in the ODR.
Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a post secondary education in the field of education in health sciences/administration, business administration or a relevant field. You will also have an extensive and successful track record working with a broad range of stakeholders in the health sector combined with an in-depth understanding of Ontario’s health care system and its stakeholders. You must have demonstrated self-management experience along with strong leadership and communication skills, excellent customer relations and team building skills. You will be goal oriented and be able to work across complex projects. The successful candidate will have experience in project administration, be familiar with project management methodologies, including the use of project management software. Exceptional time management and problem solving skills are required.