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Program Coordinator, Diabetes Education Community Network of East Toronto (DEC NET)

Toronto, Ontario
Deadline: January 5, 2011

1 FTE POSITION – until March 31, 2011(Possible extension based upon funding)

Reporting to senior management of SRCHC, the DEC NET Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all aspects of the program including development, implementation and evaluation; and the roll-out of a performance improvement plan;  It also entails management, supervisory and administrative functions; and  collaboration with all partners and their program staff. This position will also be involved in broader organizational initiatives in the Centre as appropriate.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of three years management and staff supervision experience within a community setting including working with agencies and networks, excellent leadership, planning, communication, and supervision skills; and knowledge / experience of Primary Care issues and  challenges. Previous experience in quality improvement and performance management required .The applicant will also need to demonstrate solid interpersonal, organizational, critical thinking competencies; and value diversity, equity, partnerships and advocacy in keeping with South Riverdale Community Health Centre’s Strategic Directions.  Experience and understanding of diabetes will be an asset.

Deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday Jan 5, 2011.

Please send your resume in confidence to:
DEC NET   Program Coordinator Hiring Committee
South Riverdale Community Health Centre
955 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON   M4M 3P3
No faxes or emails please

For more information see our website
http://www.srchc.ca/downloads/JobPostingDECNETProgramCoordinatorDecember...

South Riverdale Community Health Centre is an equal opportunity employer. We would like to thank all those that apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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