The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) is one of the world’s foremost academic health centres offering tertiary and quaternary (complex) care. With the medical leadership of its founding hospitals and in a bilingual environment, the MUHC offers exceptional quality multidisciplinary care focused on patient needs. Affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine of McGill University, the MUHC continues to shape the course of adult and pediatric medicine by attracting clinical and research expertise from around the world, assessing the latest in medical technology, and training the next generation of medical professionals.The MUHC is also a leading hub for knowledge development and transfer through its integrated health care, education, research, technology assessment and intervention, as well as for the quality of the patient experience.The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) has approximately 10,100 employees, 1,587 physicians, dentists and pharmacists, 2,100 researchers, investigators and research centre members, 2,200 volunteers and more than 1,200 graduate and postgraduate students.In collaboration with our network partners, we are building a better future for our patients and their families, for our employees, professionals, researchers and students, for our community and above all, for life.
Under the authority of the Director of Multidisciplinary Services - McGill University Health Center (MUHC) adult sites, of the mental health mission and of the NSA and SAPA trajectory (henceforth named 'Director'), the incumbent is responsible for the activities related to human resources, supplies, equipment and information and technological systems of the multidisciplinary services directorate - adult sites (henceforth called 'DSM'). This directorate includes the following services: audiology, speech therapy, social services, clinical nutrition, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy, perfusion, spiritual care, recreation therapy, volunteering, electrophysiology (Lachine), liaison nurses and food services. In collaboration with the managers of the DSM, the incumbent is:
- Responsible for manpower planning to achieve the objectives of the DSM,
- Advises DSM managers on work organization to increase efficiency and promote the standardization of processes,
- Ensures the development and maintenance of a healthy working climate on all DSM teams,
- Responsible for planning equipment, information and technological system needs for the DSM,
- Responsible with the support of the procurement department, for all DSM contracts ( material and equipment) and ensuring that clinical needs are met at the lowest cost,
- Ensures the management, coordination and evaluation of new DSM clinical or operational projects and programs that are delegated to him.
Under the general direction of the Director and in close collaboration with the three managers of respiratory services- adult sites, the professional coordinator of clinical perfusion and the medical directors, the incumbent ensures the planning, development, coordination, supply of service and control of activities relating to respiratory services (respiratory therapy, critical care, short and long-term respiratory therapy, respiratory physiology, asthma and MOPD clinic, sleep apnea, anesthesia and National Ventilation Assistance Program at Home (PNAVD)) and clinical infusion for all adult sites of the MUHC, including Lachine Hospital. He ensures that the services offered meet the needs of patients and their families and meet the highest standards in terms of quality and patient safety. The incumbent is also responsible for the clinical infusion services offered in pediatrics.
- Responsible for planning manpower, equipment, materials, information and technological systems and all DSM contracts. Promotes and implements an effective and efficient work organization across all DSM services.
- Coordinates and manages the activities of all of the departments under his responsibility in accordance with the mission, objectives and priorities of the MUHC. In this context, ensures effective and efficient management of human, financial, material and information resources of the services under its responsibility. Is responsible for the strategic, professional and technological evolution of respiratory and clinical perfusion services as well as the optimal integration of their activities. Manages activities related to teaching, supervision of trainees, and research.
- Ensures the development, management, coordination and evaluation of new DSM clinical or operational projects and programs which are delegated to it.
- Assumes other responsibilities mandated by the Director.
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- Undergraduate degree in one of the following clinical disciplines: audiology, speech therapy, social services, clinical nutrition, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy.
- Master’s degree in administration, project management or other discipline relevant to the function.
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in one of the clinical disciplines named above and a minimum of 5 years of experience in a management role in the health and social services network in a university hospital environment.
- Working knowledge of DSM professional disciplines.
- Member in good standing of a professional order.
- Dynamic, proactive, innovative, and recognized for his leadership abilities.
- Generates enthusiasm and engagement with team members.
- Excellent communicator with strong mentoring and training skills.
- Strong organizational and time management skills.
- Experience in project management.
- Demonstrates strong skills to work in a decentralized management environment.
- Effectively manages change and solve problems relating to organizational, operational and human issues.
- Action-oriented, able to work on complex and diverse issues, showing initiative and creativity.
- Proficient with IT management tools.
- Excellent command of French and English, both oral and written.
18 Minimum : $86,520 Maximum : $112,476
February 13 to 26, 2020
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