* Collaborates with Healthy Environments Staff in planning and evaluating Quality Assurance components of Healthy Environments programs which includes reviewing program logic models.
* Designs and tests research and program evaluation tools and defines objectives of evaluation and research.
* Participates in statistical or complex analysis and evaluation reporting.
* Collects pertinent literature pertaining to Quality Assurance program evaluation.
* Responds to requests for day to day evaluation problems.
* Collaborates with Healthy Environments staff to determine training and other resource needs.
* Assists in planning and implementation of educational activities for staff on program evaluation and continuous improvements.
* Assists with research review and the implementation of the policy for evaluation of other research.
* Participates in surveys to determine customer satisfaction with Healthy Environments programs.
1. Masters degree in Health Sciences Education, Applied Social Sciences, Program Evaluation, Health Administration or approved equivalent combination of education and related experience.
2. Extensive experience with various forms of program evaluation, including the use of both qualitative and quantitative methodologies.
3. Several years experience in program evaluation in the health care field, or in an educational or similar setting.
4. Experience with microcomputer systems and statistical packages used for data analysis.
5. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
6. Experience working in a multidisciplinary team setting and with community agencies.
7. Good organization and time management skills.
Salary: $56,640 to $76,655 per annum (2001 rates)
How to Apply:
Please forward your resume and covering letter, by January 5, 2001, to: Jay Buttery, Acting Sr. Human Resources Consultant, Human Resources, Public Health, Suite 200, 277 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario M5B 1W2. Phone: (416) 392-7994, Fax: (416) 392-1230, or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Committed to employment equity, the City of Toronto encourages applicants from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, racial minorities and women.