Salary Range: $56,678 - $76,682 (35 hrs/week)
* Functions as leader of the prevention team (centralized) or one of two case management teams (each team has staff in two regions)
* Supervises the day to day operations of the TB Control Program including staff scheduling and workload
* Provides consultation, direction and guidance regarding TB case and contact management
* Provides consultation, direction and guidance regarding TB prevention activities
* Communicates on a routine basis with individuals and organizations in the community, including physicians and health care facilities
* Assists in the planning, implementation and evaluation of the TB Control Program
* Assists in the development and implementation of the TB control program's policies and procedures, including the development, implementation, and evaluation of effective and efficient client services
* Makes recommendations for hiring and orients and trains new staff, handles labour relations issues, as required
* Provides staff development opportunities that are effective, efficient and innovative, monitors staff performance and conducts regular staff performance appraisals
* Assists in budget preparation
* Prepares written reports, correspondence, etc.
* Participates in research project design, implementation, analysis and evaluation
* Utilizes computer systems designed to gather statistical information and maintains required statistics
* Takes "on call" responsibilities as assigned for the Communicable Disease Control Programs, including after hours and weekends
1. Bachelor degree in Health or Social Science or the approved equivalent combination of education and experience.
2. Experience in the supervision and/or leadership of staff groups.
3. Knowledge of current issues in TB control.
4. Current Certificate of Competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario would be an asset.
5. Considerable experience in client case management.
6. Experience in working with relevant legislation and standards.
7. Experience in community health would be an asset.
8. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with individuals and organizations within the community, including physicians and health care facilities.
9. Demonstrated ability to work in multidisciplinary teams.
* Applicants are required to demonstrate in their applications that their qualifications for the position match those specified. The assessment may include a suitability interview, written and/or practical test.
* This position will involve travel to various sites within and across regions. Access to a vehicle is required.
How to apply for this opportunity: Interested candidates should mail their resume and cover letter quoting File # X1CNS6477 by Thursday, March 15, 2001 to
Employment Services, Human Resources
Metro Hall, 5th Floor, 55 John Street
Toronto, ON M5V 3C6
or fax to (416) 397-9818.
Committed to employment equity the City of Toronto encourages applications from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, racial minorities, and women.