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Advisor, Health System Transformation Team, North Simcoe Muskoka Local Health Integration Network

Orillia, Ontario
Deadline June 28, 2013
The North Simcoe Muskoka Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) is one of 14 local entities designed to plan, integrate and fund local health services, including hospitals, community care access centres, community health centres, long-term care homes, mental health and addiction programs and a variety of community support services agencies within specific geographic areas.

The North Simcoe Muskoka (NSM) LHIN is home to close to 453,710 people and encompasses the District of Muskoka, most of the County of Simcoe and a portion of Grey County. Responsible for $783 million in funding to allocate amongst 75 health service provider organizations, North Simcoe Muskoka residents have benefited from numerous LHIN programs and initiatives.

The NSM LHIN is looking for professionals with the right skills to work with their multi-disciplinary teams to use best practices and leading edge approaches to meet their populations’ health needs today and in the future.

Advisor, Health System Transformation Team

As the Advisor with the Health System Transformation Team, you will play a pivotal role in enhancing integrated local health service delivery while supporting various priorities and projects within the local communities in the North Simcoe Muskoka .

In this role, you will use your community development skills to coordinate and organize local health system transformation while executing, reporting, and evaluating LHIN initiatives. You will provide knowledge regarding the planning and development of solutions, make linkages with stakeholders and facilitate the development and evolution of partnerships across the continuum of care.

You will also identify and monitor risks and develop mitigating strategies, provide analysis of information and data to assist with your stakeholder consultations and conduct evaluations of effectiveness of current programs to ensure the needs of residents in the local communities are addressed.

Qualifications: With a post-secondary education in health administration, finance, health/community planning, business administration or relevant field, you will have demonstrated experience in a planning and integration with an in-depth understanding of the Ontario health care system, its stakeholders, programs and issues. You are experienced in community development activities, group facilitation and outreach process, have proven problem solving, critical thinking and communication skills.

How to Apply: please forward your resume and covering letter to