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 direction of the Director of Multidisciplinary Services, adult sites (DMS) and of the mental health mission and responsible for the NSA / SAPA trajectory (henceforth named “director”), and in close collaboration with the assistants, technical coordinators, clinical department managers and medical directors, the incumbent ensures the planning, development, coordination, service offer and control of activities relating to the respiratory therapy, anesthesia and pulmonary function services of the Lachine hospital in addition to the management of the national home ventilator assistance program (PNAVD).
The incumbent ensures effective and efficient management of the human, financial, material and information resources of his services. He contributes to the development of an innovative organizational model based on a vision of a world center of excellence and he also participates in the implementation of an optimal organizational and functional structure. He ensures the integration of the activities of these services as well as the harmonization of practices according to the MUHC model.
The incumbent promotes a professional practice in respiratory care and services aligned with the highest quality standards. He is responsible for setting up a system that is able to assess, guarantee and improve the quality of services offered to patients. The incumbent is also responsible for ensuring a safe environment for patients and staff.
- Coordinates activities for respiratory therapy, Anesthesia, and the Respiratory Physiology Laboratory on the Lachine site as well as for the PNAVD, in accordance with the establishment’s mission, objectives and priorities. Ensures efficient coordination of human, financial, material and information resources of the services under his responsibility.
- In accordance with the MUHC’s vision and in collaboration with the other stakeholders, participates in the strategic, professional and technological development of the services under his responsibility, as well as the optimal integration of their activities.
- Manages activities related to teaching and research and participates in promoting the judicious use of resources.
- Oversees the development and promotion of professional expertise, ensures and coordinates the representation of services both inside and outside the MUHC.
- Assumes other responsibilities as requested by the director.
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- Diploma of Collegial Studies (DEC) in respiratory therapy,
- Undergraduate university degree in administration or equivalent,
- A master’s degree is an asset,
- A minimum of five (5) years of clinical experience including three (3) years of experience in a management / supervisory position for a diagnostic or therapeutic service in respiratory therapy in a hospital environment,
- Member in good standing of the professional Order of Respiratory Therapists of Quebec,
- Fluency in French and English, both written and spoken,
- Proactive, dynamic, autonomous and innovative, he is recognized for his mobilizing leadership and good knowledge of diagnostic and therapeutic care and services in respiratory therapy,
- Excellent communicator, demonstrates an ability to establish bonds of trust and collaboration between the various stakeholders in the field and to foster enthusiasm and commitment,
- Demonstrates strong skills working in a decentralized management environment. He effectively manages change as well as organizational, operational and human resources issues. Action oriented and able to work on complex and varied issues showing initiative and creativity,
- Demonstrates strong competencies and skills in the following areas:
a) Interprofessional relations,
b) Teamwork and collaboration,
c) Organizational skills,
d) How to solve problems in a professional and efficient manner,
e) Decision making,
f) The ability to prioritize,
g) The ability to adapt to changes,
h) Professional development and continuing education.
Class 16 Minimum : $77,926 Maximum : $101,304
January 20 to February 3, 2020
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Candidates must send us their resume before the end of the posting period.
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