Manager - Site, Seniors, Health and Medical Clinic
- Alberta Health Services
- Manning, AB
- $36.68 - $62.91 per hour, incentive up to $3,000
- Job Category
- Healthcare Services and Wellness, Nursing/Healthcare
- Job Type
The town of Manning is located on the banks of the beautiful Notikewin River in northern Alberta, and is known as the "Land of the Mighty Moose". Residents enjoy a wide range of indoor and outdoor recreational activities including golfing, hockey, camping and swimming, just to name a few. The town is a service centre for the local agriculture, forestry and gas industries. Pleasant summer days and midnight sunsets make living in Northern Alberta a truly unforgettable experience. If nothing feels better than making a difference in the lives of families in your own community, this is the opportunity for you. In addition to a competitive rate of pay, AHS currently has a Remote Retention Allowance in place to an annual maximum of $3,000. This allowance is non-pensionable and is payable on an hourly basis for all hours paid at the basic rate of pay.
As the Manager, Site, Seniors Health and Medical Clinic, you will be responsible for providing the direction, leadership and organization of site, senior’s health and medical clinic services within the Manning Community Health Center. This is a key leadership role in the North Zone, Area 2 and reports directly to the Director of Clinical Operations. You will be responsible for the implementation, operational management, and monitoring of integrated acute care and long term care services within site by assessing, planning, directing and evaluating the operations and activities within established policies, guidelines, and regulations. You will be accountable for providing leadership in establishing and contributing to the achievement of the goals of Clinical Operations within the North Zone and in support of the vision, mission and business plan of Alberta Health Services. You will also participate in the budget process and monitor financial position of the site through variance report analysis and make key decisions regarding the integration of various resources to ensure effective delivery of health services.
A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in healthcare profession, healthcare management or related field. A minimum of 2 to 5 years in a management role in a healthcare organization of significant size, complexity and diversity.
Additional Required Qualifications:
In addition, the incumbent will possess a record of accomplishment in the following areas: Effective communicator with strong organizational skills, influential skills, client focused orientation and commitment to providing quality services. Leadership skills, including demonstrated ability and comfort with decision making responsibilities, coaching and teaching, and the ability to inspire and build confidence in others. Demonstrated ability to manage change and create innovative solutions for complex and diverse issues. Ability to manage human, financial and physical resources within an operating environment. Proven ability to foster partnerships and to achieve organizational goals within an organization and ideally managing within a unionized sector. Strong track record in establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Effective leadership abilities combined with a strong commitment to operating within a team environment and the ability to motivate and inspire other to achieve common goals. Excellent analytical and decision-making skills. Ability to plan, organize and manage short and long term plans and projects and deliver customer-focused results. Ability to foster a climate of cooperation amongst, and build solid relationships with external stakeholders.
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