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Manager, Program Delivery
Date Posted: June 19, 2017
Organization: Health Quality Ontario
Position Title: Manager, Program Delivery
Location: Toronto, ON
CPHIMS-CA: No
Level: –
Domain: –

Manager, Program Delivery

Health Quality Ontario (HQO) is the provincial advisor on the quality of health care in Ontario, evaluating the effectiveness of health care technologies and services, providing evidence-based recommendations, reporting to the public on the quality of the health system, and supporting the spread of quality improvement throughout the system.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Are you a passionate health care manager looking for an exciting opportunity to shape the high-quality care for all Ontarians? The Quality Improvement Branch has an opening for a dynamic individual to provide leadership in Quality Improvement Program Delivery.

  • The Manager of Quality Improvement (QI), Program Delivery provides leadership, coordination, mentorship and expertise to a diverse team, in collaboration with key stakeholders, to achieve the successful implementation of quality improvement initiatives provincially. The Manager is a member of the QI Management team and a participant in other key leadership/management committees and forums across HQO. The Manager is knowledgeable about the overall HQO strategy, and how efforts in QI contribute to overall goals for improved quality in Ontario
  • The Manager provides leadership, to staff responsible for all aspects of program development and delivery, including the spread of best practices and development of relationships across the Province through multiple, cross-sectoral and collaborative partnerships, with Ontario’s Local Heath Integration Network (LHINs) and other regional health care system stakeholders
  • The Manager is responsible for development of an approach that ensures strong regional relationships (with LHINS), and use of HQO resources to foster a strong collaboration and knowledge of QI capacity and initiatives across regions of Ontario. The Manager identifies opportunities to establish pan-provincial communities of practice, and leverage existing regional networks to advance the goals of quality improvement in Ontario
  • The Manager develops and maintains effective relationships with QI experts in leading organizations for collaborative efforts and with provincial government leaders to influence provincial policies
  • The Manager collaborates with other Managers and leaders within the branch and across the organization to support the execution of key QI Branch deliverables and corporate deliverables. This includes the deployment of staff to support QIP analysis, and/or use of QIP reports, etc.

 

WHAT CAN I EXPECT TO DO?

Leadership and Staff Management

  • Act as a role model providing team leadership and management support to team members
  • Manage an overall program of work, both within the Quality Improvement Branch and with system partners
  • Actively contribute as a member of the QI Management team and support the achievement of overall QI deliverables and, where required, across HQO goals and objectives
  • Supervise the day-to-day activities of staff, assigning and directing work, providing mentorship and advice and overseeing work produced by staff, resolving issues, ensuring ongoing work quality and monitoring workloads. Provide guidance and support the Team Lead with staffing requirements, and strategic support to the design and delivery of major program deliverables
  • Manage staff through performance reviews, setting objectives and personal development plans, mentoring, providing practical support and advice on day-to-day work, creating a strong culture of team work, ensuring staff have access to appropriate training opportunities and undertaking disciplinary and grievance procedures as required
  • Identify staff performance issues/areas of concern, developing and recommending improvement plans and/or corrective courses of action
  • Participate in appropriate training and development activities and encourage and support the development and training of other staff
  • Recruit and supervise program and project team members within an approved staffing structure to facilitate delivery of the program
  • Support operational and reporting activities, including ensuring consistency and compliance with corporate human resource, procurement, financial and general administrative policies and approval processes
  • Foster and support the development of an overall culture consistent with the values of HQO.  Collaborate well with other managers and colleagues across the QI branch and HQO
  • Plan and implement knowledge exchange events and learning programs to support a culture of continuous quality improvement
  • Ability to relate the theory and practice of quality improvement to the design and effective implementation of quality improvement projects; be skilled in working cooperatively in teams, manage team dynamics, harness the best out of team members, and facilitate conflict resolution
  • Manage projects, people, time and other resources to achieve agreed-upon goals and targets, under strategic and policy direction 

Relationship Management and Partnership

  • Apply knowledge of the roles, authority and priorities of the various external stakeholders in the health care system to manage operations and develop operational strategies/solutions in the context of the system as a whole
  • Collaborate with internal and external project teams, partners, government, working groups, committees, and colleagues on projects and deliverables
  • Ensure alignment of program activities with HQO’s mission, vision, values and strategic plan and the work of the other branches within HQO
  • Develop collaborative working relationships with senior leaders, peers and employees across the HQO to identify opportunities to share information, resolve issues and collaborate on projects and initiatives
  • Develop effective working relationships with industry colleagues to remain current on industry best practices, emerging trends and/or shifts in regulatory requirements
  • Implement policies and procedures, monitoring progress against the strategic plan and adjusting plans and strategies in line with a changing environment
  • Contribute to leading Quality Improvement Branch strategic, operational and business plans

Communication

  • Employ written and oral communication skills in order to develop a range of materials, including project status reports, executive correspondence, reports, presentations and a wide variety of other materials for third parties
  • Ensure effective and timely communication with committees, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and other stakeholders
  • Support the Vice President and Director in acting as a key contact point for the unit’s area of work, which often requires liaising and networking within HQO and with external partners
  • Attend relevant meetings where the Manager will be required to carry out presentations and provide information to committees and/or stakeholders on Quality Improvement processes and current activities
  • Work with the Communications team to develop and maintain a communication strategy for the work of the unit
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships and engagement with internal teams and external colleagues
  • Represent the unit at conferences, meetings and events and report back to colleagues as appropriate
  • Produce and present evaluation and progress reports to the Senior Management Team and HQO’s Board, when required

Planning and Organization

  • Contribute to business planning as an active participant in the program teams
  • With the Director, and in consultation with other stakeholders, develop and implement the annual work plan, translating strategic program objectives into actionable projects
  • Support the Director in the planning, monitoring and allocating work for the unit to ensure delivery according to the agreed timetable, high standards and allocated budget
  • Set targets and monitor performance and quality. Ensure that the planning and co-ordination of resources and processes delivers on business plan commitments
  • Implement measurement and evaluation tools, methods and processes for the unit’s activities
  • Work closely with senior staff to inform the future strategic direction of the branch 

Financial

  • Manage and monitor budget and financial performance for the work of the team.  Report on variance from approved budget and recommend or take action to manage expenditures within approved levels
  • Support the commissioning of external work and overseeing the management of contracts and working relationships with external field evaluation partners as appropriate
  • Support the Vice President and the Director in strategic and budget planning for the branch

HOW DO I QUALIFY?

To be considered for this opportunity, you will have:

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in health sciences, health informatics, science or other related discipline.
  • Master’s degree in a health discipline (e.g., health science, health policy or health administration), or in a discipline relevant to quality improvement is preferred

Experience:

  • 7+ years of experience working in the health or public sector, with evidence of progression
  • 3+ years of experience as a manager in the health or policy field leading quality improvement initiatives and/or other significant change, preferred
  • Experience that cross multiple sectors of the health field (Acute, community and primary care, LTC), an asset

Preferred Technical Skills:

  • Certification in one of the following: Lean Six Sigma Green or Black Belt, Society of Manufacturing Engineers Bronze Lean Certification, IDEAS Advanced Learning, or Institute for Health Care Improvement Advisor.
  • Change Management Certification

Key Competencies:

  • Excellent understanding of Ontario’s health care system, including gaps between actual and ideal care, reasons for these gaps and understanding of potential mechanisms available to close them
  • Ability to effectively manage, mentor and motivate direct reports
  • Excellent understanding of the challenges related to translating evidence to practice
  • High level of tact and diplomacy to enable effective working across organizational boundaries and to influence without authority
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong relationships with a wide variety of stakeholders and experience in building consensus
  • Excellent analytical skills.  In particular, the ability to take relatively amorphous concepts and express them precisely, in a measurable way
  • Highly organized with priority setting and workload management skills to coordinate multiple, concurrent issues and projects and provide direction to staff
  • Able to effectively respond to multiple, changing demands and tight timelines
  • Ability to negotiate, motivate and respond flexibly to complex and challenging situations 

Key Organizational Competencies:

  • Think Strategically. Able to relate the theory and practice of strategies that support, implement and drive relevant HR principles and best/leading practices
  • Develop People. Exhibits a commitment to developing others. Demonstrates outstanding team building to build a high functioning and high performing team
  • Act as one organization. Works cooperatively in teams, harnessing the best out of team members, and resolving conflicts. Maintains a strong presence as a leader
  • Nurture partnerships and relationships. Able to develop, cultivate and leverage positive working relationships and partnerships, both internally and externally. Values diversity and demonstrates respect for others
  • Build credibility through commitment to ethical behaviour. Exercises sound judgement and is decisive, including confidential/sensitive situations where the use of discretion is required
  • Being Agile by proactively shaping and thriving in complex and changing environment

Location: Toronto

Duration: Regular, Full-Time

Qualified applicants are invited to submit a covering letter and resume to HQORes@hqontario.ca by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, quoting competition number 2017-081 as well as their name. We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Health Quality Ontario is committed to meeting the needs of all individuals in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code. Should you require accommodations during the recruitment and selection process, please contact Human Resources.

For additional information on Health Quality Ontario, please visit our website at www.hqontario.ca.

Digital Health Project Analyst
Date Posted: June 19, 2017
Organization: COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association
Position Title: Digital Health Project Analyst
Location: Toronto, ON
CPHIMS-CA: Preferred
Level: –
Domain: –

COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association is a professional association with more than 2,200 members. COACH members are a diverse group of accomplished, influential professionals who work to make a difference in advancing healthcare through information technology. The COACH team works together to offer member support, continuing education, thought leadership, and career development through networking, education and professional certification. COACH offers: an annual conference and tradeshow; regional events; continuing education; virtual communities, and weekly webinars. Our mission is to connect, inspire, and educate digital health professionals who are creating the future of health in Canada. Our vision is to connect digital health communities, incubate knowledge, and advocate for professional members and the industry.

We offer a unique and enviable work environment in which COACH team members work. Our high-performing staff team works remotely from home, a quiet café, or at our shared office space in downtown Toronto. We support each other with open chat sessions, conference calls, regular check-ins, and weekly face-to-face meetings in downtown Toronto. Our job satisfaction levels are high. We believe that encouraging team members to manage their own office environment leads to greater productivity (and happier pets). COACH team members are creative, flexible, collaborative, and very hard-working.

Are you an independent self-starter and enjoy working on multiple projects? Consider joining our team as:

Digital Health Project Analyst

The Digital Health Project Analyst will liaise with multiple stakeholders and project teams to assist with scope- and schedule-compliant completion of association projects. Project examples include: planning, coordinating and conducting a national survey of industry leaders, compiling and reporting survey results, and managing delivery of final report document; business modeling; and industry research and reporting as directed by the CEO.

As Digital Health Project Analyst , you will use your strong project management and analysis, research, planning, organization, problem-solving and communication skills to directly contribute to the success of the organization.

Key Responsibilities

Project Analyst

  • Establish clear communication with project members and stakeholders
  • Assess member and stakeholder needs and develop a plan of action for each project
  • Coordinate business case development, value / benefits analysis, and proposal development
  • Track, assess and report on project performance
  • Find opportunities for improvements and value-added components
  • Initiate industry research with members and other stakeholders (including public, professionals, committees, volunteers, other associations, private vendors and/or consultants) to understand requirements and contribute to new project development
  • Develop new project pilot, test, and launch plans
  • Perform other such duties as may be prescribed or assigned by the CEO or ED

Desired Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or similar credential in Health Informatics, Information Technology or Information Management
  • Minimum of one to three years’ experience in the public/private sectors in health information technology or digital health innovation
  • CPHIMS-CA preferred (or readiness to challenge CPHIMS-CA exams, upon meeting credential qualifications)
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills
  • Creative and flexible with a positive attitude
  • Demonstrated ability to work with people at all levels of the organization
  • Ability to work under pressure on multiple projects with tight deadlines
  • Self-motivated and entrepreneurial with a proven ability to work independently

To apply

Applications will be accepted until June 29, 2017. Apply by email to: HR@COACHorg.com

Submissions must include:

  • Subject line: Digital Health Project Analyst
  • Cover letter (with salary expectations) and resume in one file
  • Assurance of candidate’s ability to work remotely (i.e. private space, laptop, monitor, wifi, phone)
Program Coordinator
Date Posted: June 19, 2017
Organization: COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association
Position Title: Program Coordinator
Location: Toronto, ON
CPHIMS-CA: No
Level: –
Domain: –

COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association is a professional association with more than 2,200 members. COACH members are a diverse group of accomplished, influential professionals who work to make a difference in advancing healthcare through information technology. The COACH team works together to offer member support, continuing education, thought leadership, and career development through networking, education and professional certification. COACH offers: an annual conference and tradeshow; regional events; continuing education; virtual communities, and weekly webinars. Our mission is to connect, inspire, and educate digital health professionals who are creating the future of health in Canada. Our vision is to connect digital health communities, incubate knowledge, and advocate for professional members and the industry.

We offer a unique and enviable work environment in which COACH team members work. Our high-performing staff team works remotely from home, a quiet café, or at our shared office space in downtown Toronto. We support each other with open chat sessions, conference calls, regular check-ins, and weekly face-to-face meetings in downtown Toronto. We believe that encouraging team members to manage their own office environment leads to greater productivity and job satisfaction. COACH team members are creative, flexible, collaborative, and very hard-working.

Are you an independent self-starter who enjoys working with volunteers? Consider joining our team as:

Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operation and support of the volunteer-driven programs COACH offers to Members, primarily Communities of Action (COA), a program that brings Members together to produce a deliverable on any Health Informatics or digital health topic in which they share an interest. Past COAs have brought together IT executives, hospital CIOs, and digital health executives to develop and produce important digital health industry throught-leadership materials.

The Program Coordinator will work with COA members and offer support and guidance with planning, scheduling, reporting, and final project delivery.  As Program Coordinator, you will directly contribute to the success of each COA by utilizing strong project management, planning, organization, problem-solving, and communication skills.

Key Responsibilities

  • Establish and maintain clear communication with members and stakeholders
  • Assess member and stakeholder needs and develop a plan of action
  • Coordinate and support steering, working, task, expert or other committees
  • Continually track and assess committee performance and prepare weekly update reports
  • Establish and adhere to committee deliverable deadlines
  • Coordinate with COACH staff to optimize production and delivery of final deliverables
  • Find opportunities for operational improvements and value-added components to develop and deliver
  • Perform other such duties as may be prescribed or assigned by the CEO or ED

Desired Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum of one to three years’ experience in the association industry
  • Experience working with volunteers
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills
  • Creative and flexible with a positive attitude
  • Demonstrated ability to work with people at all levels of an organization
  • Ability to work under pressure on multiple projects with tight deadlines
  • Self-motivated and entrepreneurial with a proven ability to work independently

To apply

Applications will be accepted until June 29, 2017. Apply by email to: HR@COACHorg.com

Submissions must include:

  • Subject line: Program Coordinator
  • Cover letter (with salary expectations) and resume in one file
  • Assurance of candidate’s ability to work remotely (i.e. private space, laptop, monitor, wifi, phone)
Senior Administrative Assistant
Date Posted: June 19, 2017
Organization: COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association
Position Title: Senior Administrative Assisant
Location: Toronto, ON
CPHIMS-CA: No
Level: –
Domain: –

COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association is a professional association with more than 2,200 members. COACH members are a diverse group of accomplished, influential professionals who work to make a difference in advancing healthcare through information technology. The COACH team works together to offer member support, continuing education, thought leadership, and career development through networking, education and professional certification. COACH offers: an annual conference and tradeshow; regional events; continuing education; virtual communities, and weekly webinars. Our mission is to connect, inspire, and educate digital health professionals who are creating the future of health in Canada. Our vision is to connect digital health communities, incubate knowledge, and advocate for professional members and the industry.

We offer a unique and enviable work environment in which COACH team members work. Our high-performing staff team works remotely from home, a quiet café, or at our shared office space in downtown Toronto. We support each other with open chat sessions, conference calls, regular check-ins, and weekly face-to-face meetings in downtown Toronto. Our job satisfaction levels are high. We believe that encouraging team members to manage their own office environment leads to greater productivity (and happier pets). COACH team members are creative, flexible, collaborative, and very hard-working.

Are you results-oriented and efficient self-starter? Consider joining our team as: 

Senior Administrative Assistant

The Senior Administrative Assistant will report to the COACH National Office Senior Management Team (Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director) and provide support with all tasks related to the important daily administration of the Association, both complex and routine, including meeting planning and scheduling, communications, calendar maintenance, and data input and analysis.

As Senior Administrative Assistant, you will develop and maintain familiarity with Association policies and practices, and will use your excellent interpersonal and organization skills to ensure efficient and effective communications, cooperation and interaction with COACH members and stakeholders.

Key Responsibilities

  • Support and assist the Senior Management Team and COACH Staff with administrative duties
  • Respond to routine enquiries (calls and e-mails) and refer complex issues to appropriate resources
  • Collect data and information as directed and assist with compiling reports
  • Support meetings/teleconferences: facility booking, scheduling, agenda creation, minutes, and material coordination and distribution.
  • Manage meeting follow-up (e.g., tasks generated, minutes, action lists)
  • Provides admin support for COACH programs as required

Desired Skills and Experience

  • College Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in related filed (i.e. office administration)
  • Minimum of three years’ experience working in an office setting (preference given to a healthcare related field)
  • Excellent and proven interpersonal, organizational, communication and administrative skills
  • Microsoft Office Suite and database experience required
  • Minute-taking experience is a bonus
  • Creative and flexible with a positive attitude
  • Demonstrated ability to work with people at all levels of the organization
  • Discretion and sound judgment are essential
  • Self-motivated and entrepreneurial with a proven ability to work independently

To apply

Applications will be accepted until June 29, 2017. Apply by email to: HR@COACHorg.com

Submissions must include:

  • Subject line: Senior Administrative Assistant
  • Cover letter (with salary expectations) and resume in one file
  • Assurance of candidate’s ability to work remotely (i.e. private space, laptop, monitor, wifi, phone)
Manager, Technical Services & Customer Support
Date Posted: June 12, 2017
Organization: Baycrest Health Sciences
Position Title: Manager, Technical Services & Customer Support
Location: Toronto, ON
CPHIMS-CA: No
Level: Expert
Domain: Information Technology

COACH: Canada’s Health Informatics Association is a professional association with more than 2,200 members. COACH members are a diverse group of accomplished, influential professionals who work to make a difference in advancing healthcare through information technology. The COACH team works together to offer member support, continuing education, thought leadership, and career development through networking, education and professional certification. COACH offers: an annual conference and tradeshow; regional events; continuing education; virtual communities, and weekly webinars. Our mission is to connect, inspire, and educate digital health professionals who are creating the future of health in Canada. Our vision is to connect digital health communities, incubate knowledge, and advocate for professional members and the industry.

We offer a unique and enviable work environment in which COACH team members work. Our high-performing staff team works remotely from home, a quiet café, or at our shared office space in downtown Toronto. We support each other with open chat sessions, conference calls, regular check-ins, and weekly face-to-face meetings in downtown Toronto. Our job satisfaction levels are high. We believe that encouraging team members to manage their own office environment leads to greater productivity (and happier pets). COACH team members are creative, flexible, collaborative, and very hard-working.

Are you results-oriented and efficient self-starter? Consider joining our team as:

 

Senior Administrative Assistant

The Senior Administrative Assistant will report to the COACH National Office Senior Management Team (Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director) and provide support with all tasks related to the important daily administration of the Association, both complex and routine, including meeting planning and scheduling, communications, calendar maintenance, and data input and analysis.

As Senior Administrative Assistant, you will develop and maintain familiarity with Association policies and practices, and will use your excellent interpersonal and organization skills to ensure efficient and effective communications, cooperation and interaction with COACH members and stakeholders.

 

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Key Responsibilities

  • Support and assist the Senior Management Team and COACH Staff with administrative duties
  • Respond to routine enquiries (calls and e-mails) and refer complex issues to appropriate resources
  • Collect data and information as directed and assist with compiling reports
  • Support meetings/teleconferences: facility booking, scheduling, agenda creation, minutes, and material coordination and distribution.
  • Manage meeting follow-up (e.g., tasks generated, minutes, action lists)
  • Provides admin support for COACH programs as required

 

Desired Skills and Experience

  • College Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in related filed (i.e. office administration)
  • Minimum of three years’ experience working in an office setting (preference given to a healthcare related field)
  • Excellent and proven interpersonal, organizational, communication and administrative skills
  • Microsoft Office Suite and database experience required
  • Minute-taking experience is a bonus
  • Creative and flexible with a positive attitude
  • Demonstrated ability to work with people at all levels of the organization
  • Discretion and sound judgment are essential
  • Self-motivated and entrepreneurial with a proven ability to work independently

 

To apply

Applications will be accepted until June 29, 2017. Apply by email to: HR@COACHorg.com

Submissions must include:

  • Subject line: Senior Administrative Assistant
  • Cover letter (with salary expectations) and resume in one file
  • Assurance of candidate’s ability to work remotely (i.e. private space, laptop, monitor, wifi, phone)

 

Manager, Technical Services & Customer Support Date Posted: June 12, 2017
Organization: Baycrest Health Sciences
Position Title: Manager, Technical Services & Customer Support
Location: Toronto, ON
CPHIMS-CA: No
Level: Expert
Domain: Information Technology

Innovation & Technology Department at Baycrest has an opportunity for a

MANAGER, TECHNICAL SERVICES & CUSTOMER SUPPORT

Full Time, 70 Hours Bi-weekly

The e-Health program is comprised of Information Technology, Clinical and Business Informatics, Health Records, Admissions-Discharge-Transfer, Business Intelligence and Privacy services. The main purpose of the department is to enable Baycrest to achieve its mission through information, information technology systems and associated services while ensuring patient privacy is protected in accordance to law.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Manages staff to ensure service levels are met and customer satisfaction is at the highest level while encouraging staff to utilize good problem-solving and troubleshooting skills
  • Manages the daily operations of data centre
  • Leads IT department operational planning and projects, and organize and negotiate the allocation of IT resources
  • Works with stakeholders to define business and system requirements for new technology implementations
  • Ensures the development of annual operational plans for the designated services
  • Develops and maintains IT security posture to ensure patient privacy and business confidentiality
  • Develops and maintains appropriate relations with other health organizations, associations, government agencies and suppliers, including managing supplier Service Level Agreements
  • Oversees all reports and documentation related to network and systems operations
  • Leads the team to follow strong change control procedures and documentation
  • Available for planned maintenance during off hours and weekend
  • Develops best practices, manages service level agreements (internal and external), develops quality standards, develops policies, establishes governance and complies with regulatory/ministry requirements
  • Recommends capital purchases required to ensure network and systems stay up to date and meet capacity, availability and performance requirements

Qualifications include but are not limited to:

  • University Degree in Information technology or equivalent required
  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional (‘CISSP’), Microsoft Certified Solution Expert (‘MCSE’) and Information Technology Information Library (‘ITIL’) certifications
  • Minimum five (5) years’ experience leading and managing IT Operations and Infrastructure teams in a technical Hospital environment
  • 4+ years’ experience managing and configuring virtualization technologies
  • Demonstrated experience leading a team.
  • Expert knowledge of IP networking and voice communications, including Unified Communications
  • Expertise knowledge with Active Directory, Exchange 2010/2013, DNS, IPSEC VPNs, IP Switching, and Microsoft domains
  • General knowledge of UNIX and Linux sysadmin skills
  • Familiar with leading industry standard concepts, best practices, and routine procedures related to the installation, configuration, management, and health of server and network based systems
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • High level of organizational skills, working effectively both internally and external to Baycrest
  • Proven leader with strong interpersonal and communication skills, and expertise in project management

It is preferred for applicants to apply online. Please ensure that your updated resume is submitted with your application. Failure to submit your resume, may affect your candidacy for this position. Alternatively, you may also apply in person by submitting your application and resume to Human Resources.

Posting # 17-0203

Position # MIT001

Remarkable people of Baycrest Health Sciences are changing the future of brain health and aging.

Thank you for your interest in joining Baycrest. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. All successful candidates will be required to complete a police reference check/vulnerable sector screen. As staff we all share in maintaining a safe care environment for clients, families, and visitors and a safe work environment for staff, students, researchers, physicians and volunteers. Baycrest is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (‘AODA’). If you require accommodation for disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please notify Human Resources at 416-785-2500, ext. 2961.