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Coordinator, Statistical Reporting, Scarborough Community Care Access Centre


Health Care. Home Care. We Care.



At the Scarborough Community Care Access Centre, a provincially-funded, non-profit organization, our strength is in our ability to provide home health care and support services to a diverse community that includes people of all ages. We also offer placement into long-term care facilities, one-stop access to information, and referral to related community resources.



Do you enjoy problem solving? Are numbers something you have fun with? Do you like working with people? Is explaining statistics to people with a more healthcare client-focused background, one of your strengths? We are looking for a unique person who is all of these things: both technically strong and people oriented. Join us as...



Coordinator, Statistical Reporting



Effective management of our resources relies on accurate and timely information about our clients and their needs. As an integral part of the Finance team, you will focus on non-financial information derived from our client data base. An extremely analytical and self-directed individual, you will assist managers in defining their information needs. Using PowerPlay, Impromptu and other reporting tools, you will extract the needed data, verify, analyze, and organize it. Your presentation of the resulting information will be accurate, clear and concise.



Capable of designing clear and factual reports, you have a Baccalaureate degree in any discipline, and strong skills in MS Office 97 and Excel. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in PowerPlay, Impromptu, and Access.



If you're committed to making a difference, please apply in writing, stating file #2000-65 to



Cristina Amiana

Human Resources Specialist

Scarborough Community Care Access Centre

1940 Eglinton Avenue East, 3rd Floor

Scarborough, Ontario M1L 4R1

Fax: (416) 750-4116

cristina.amiana@scarbccac.on.ca



We encourage applications from those representing the ethno-racial diversity of the communities we serve.



http://www.scarbccac.org