Clinical Coordinator Respiratory Services
Humber River Hospital
Humber River Hospital is the first digital hospital in North America serving a diverse community.
Accountable for the day-to-day operation of the Respiratory Therapy & Cardio Diagnostic departments and is accountable to the Program Director Critical Care, Cardiology, Respiratory and Oncology and the Director of Professional Practice.
Assist in providing program/service leadership to create an environment for innovation and excellence in patient focused care.
Provide high quality, safe, and efficient, and patient-focused care services through effective human, environmental and fiscal resource management.
Participate in the recruitment, performance planning/development, and employee/labour relations matters of employees in consultation with the Manager as appropriate.
In collaboration with the Manager, lead specific quality improvement initiatives.
Manage day to day processes that enable the delivery of high quality, patient-focused services to meet customer need and expectation.
Organize and coordinate activities of clinical areas to meet patient needs and in collaboration with all members of the health care team.
Co-ordinate and organize daily staffing assignments and scheduling while facilitating the development of staff to achieve advanced clinical practice standards.
Implement internal/external linkages and coordinate services in response to the needs of patients.
Ensure adherence to hospital policies, procedures and professional standards are maintained by all staff.
Provide leadership and consultation to staff in the development, implementation and evaluation of related projects and initiatives.
Registered member of the College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario (CRTO) in good standing with no restrictions to practice.
Completion of a Master’s degree in health administration and/or other related health discipline.
A minimum of 5 years of recent Cardio Respiratory leadership experience in a hospital setting.
Previous supervisory and teaching experience.
Demonstrated leadership abilities in day-to-day operations, HR management and financial management.
Demonstrated communication skills and ability towards team building, working collaboratively and building trust.
Excellent decision making and problem solving skills with ability to effectively prioritize multiple demands.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
Demonstrated commitment to professional practice standards and patient-focused care.
Ability to function effectively independently as well as collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team
Effectively perform clinical coordination and other cross-functional duties across sites consistent with job requirements as needed
Please apply online at: http://www.hrh.ca/careers