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Analyst, Screening & Early Detection–Cancer Control, Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

Toronto, Ontario
May 20, 2016
Reporting to the Program Manager, Screening & Early Detection, the Analyst is primarily responsible for supporting implementation of a national initiative to increase appropriate participation in and the quality of cancer screening.  The Analyst will help develop and execute plans to integrate types of cancer screening into the portfolio, and to integrate work plans within the Screening portfolio to maximize synergies.  The Analyst will support the Program Manager in developing new priorities including large scale pan-Canadian quality initiatives.  In addition, the Screening Analyst will play an ongoing role in supporting the development of the Early Detection program and initiatives. 

  • Masters Degree in health sciences, epidemiology, or equivalent
  • A minimum of 3 years work experience in the health care system or public health involving analyzing and interpreting system data, gathering and synthesizing evidence, preparing reports and presentations on technical topics, project coordination and management, and interaction with internal and external stakeholders
  • Excellent research, analytical, interpretive and problem solving skills
  • Solid project management and organization skills
  • Excellent knowledge and demonstrated experience of health sector issues/challenges, preferably cancer
  • Experience in cancer system and/or public health, specifically cancer screening is a strong asset
  • Knowledge of major medical academic databases (PubMed, MedLine, etc.) and ability to execute effective literature searches
  • Strong internal and external relationship management skills, including ability to work with senior executives and academic experts in a professional manner, and to establish excellent working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders, vendors and colleagues
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills; in both official languages an asset
  • Quality orientation and attention to detail
  • Ability to proactively manage and respond to change
  • A commitment to collaboration and a joint-accountability approach
  • Self-motivated and able to manage a project from inception to conclusion

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How to Apply: Please forward CV and cover letter to 
Closing Date: May 20, 2016
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