|Our Mission: The AOHC provides leadership for the promotion of Community Health Centres, Aboriginal Health Access Centres and other non-profit community-governed multidisciplinary primary health care organizations.
Our Vision: All Ontarians have access to non-profit community-governed multidisciplinary primary health care.
The AOHC is leading a variety of exciting IT/IM projects on behalf of Ontario's Community Health Centres (CHCs) that will position CHCs as leaders in the use of electronic information for client care, planning, and service delivery.
We are seeking a skilled Transition Coordinator to support our Information Management System (IMS) Strategy. The incumbent will coordinate and facilitate the transition from a legacy system to a new EMR system, serving as the primary contact and liaison between the AOHC IMS project team and the CHCs.
In this context, you will:
• Act as the primary coordinator and contact for all transition activities and provide oversight of overall transition plans to achieve system target dates;
• Assist in the development of pre-deployment planning including site specific project plans outlining key project activities, milestones, schedules, and roles and responsibilities;
• Contribute to the development of methodologies, tools and resources to facilitate CHC planning, readiness, project management, change management and system adoption;
• Facilitate pre-deployment activities such as workflow planning and data quality activities at CHCs to advance readiness for new system deployment;
• Travel extensively throughout the Province to CHC sites to monitor business transition activities and to identify and resolve risks and issues impacting timelines
Qualifications and Experience:
• Experience in such in areas including but not limited to: Change Management, account management, IT project management, primary care or other health care systems.
• Demonstrated knowledge of electronic medical record systems, change management methodologies, content management systems, e-commerce, and contact database management.
• Bilingual in English and French.
• Exceptional change management skills and experience, preferably in a healthcare setting
• Exceptional interviewing, data-gathering and analysis skills
• Strong computer skills, and an ability to explain and simplify basic I.T. concepts
• Skills to provide effective decision-making and inspire good work and team spirit
• Experience in communicating technical language to non-technical users
• Excellent planning and organizing skills to plan and coordinate projects, resources and reports and to prioritize work among competing demands
• Excellent verbal communication and presentation skills to respond articulately, knowledgeably and pleasantly to a range of inquiries
• Experience in working independently
• Experience in project estimating/budgeting and contract management
• Experience in managing customer relationships for assigned accounts
• Skilled in developing user-friendly training manuals and training users on technologies
• Excellent written communication skills to write project related reports using both technical and business language
• PMP an asset
• General understanding of the CHC sector an asset
• Conducts work in keeping with AOHC’s commitment to Anti-Oppression, Cultural Competency and as per the Ontario Government Employment and Safety legislation
AOHC offers competitive salaries and an excellent benefits package.
Salary will be offered based on qualifications, experience and within the organization’s established salary grid policy guidelines.
Application deadline: Tuesday May 8, 2012 at 10:00am
How to apply:
|Please e-mail your cover letter and resume in confidence to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please have “Transition Coordinator 645-042012-003” in the subject line of your email.
We thank all applicants in advance however, only those under consideration will be contacted. The Association of Ontario Health Centres is an equal opportunity employer.
AOHC is an equity employer and encourages applications from aboriginal peoples, individuals from racialized and minoritized groups (e.g. diverse ethno-racial and francophone communities and people of all sexual orientations and genders) and persons with disabilities. Fluency in both French and English is an asset.
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