Deadline September 16, 2011
The South West Community Care Access Centre (South West CCAC) is dedicated to supporting and enhancing the quality of life, independence, health and well-being of individuals in the communities we serve by offering a single point of access for community services and demonstrating leadership and excellence in community care.
Located in Southwestern Ontario, the South West CCAC partners with clients and care providers, including hospitals, community support agencies, LTC homes and other to ensure appropriate care is available to clients.
Project Management Office Lead (PMO Lead)
Join the South West CCAC’s leadership team in providing optimal client-centered care across Southwestern Ontario! The South West CCAC is currently seeking an experienced PMO Lead to spearhead the establishment and implementation of a Project Management Office (PMO) and to lead the provision of on-going project management services across the organization. Reporting to the Senior Director, Strategic Planning and Integration, this position will ensure that priority projects benefit from project planning, organizational awareness, appropriate resource allocation, assignment and role clarity, active implementation, and outcome reporting and tracking.
Specifically, the PMO Lead will be responsible for: providing project management guidance/expertise across the organization to establish project scope, goals and deliverables that support the organization’s strategic and internal operating plan; analyzing and determining resource capacity; working with project teams to develop project charters, identifying resource requirements, and setting timelines leading to the development of standardized project plans; publishing project plans to ensure a shared understanding across the organization of overall project scopes; identifying and mitigating risks associated with achieving project goals and deliverables; and developing effective partnerships/relationships to ensure successful projects.
Qualifications: The successful candidate will have: post secondary education in healthcare, business administration and/or equivalent education and experience; in-depth knowledge of project management frameworks, methodologies, tools, and techniques supported by relevant experience; strong ability to train, support and coach others in the application of the above; good knowledge of performance improvement approaches used in healthcare and community settings as well as good knowledge and understanding of legislation governing health care; proficiency in Microsoft Project and/or other project planning software and in Microsoft Office applications (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.). Project Management Professional (PMP) designation is an asset.
Deadline was September 16, 2011.