VP, Clinical Care & CNE, IWK Health Centre

Closing date: May 11, 2018 

Reporting to the President & CEO, the Vice President, Clinical Care and Chief Nurse Executive (CNE) brings the strategic leadership and operational oversight to our acute and primary health programs in Children’s Health, Mental Health & Addictions, Women’s & Newborn Health, as well as Pharmacy, Inter-Professional Practice and Clinical Initiatives. This includes a direct operating budget of approximately $170 million and over 2,000 staff. The VP also has a significant shared leadership role, in particular with the Chief Operating Officer (COO), and Vice President, Medicine & Academic Affairs, in driving change, continuous improvement and innovation in care and service delivery.

The IWK is responsible for shaping, cultivating and stewarding the health agenda for women, children, youth and families in Nova Scotia, and the Maritime Provinces through its regional mandate and partnerships. With over 57,000 in-patient days of care/year and 260,000 ambulatory visits/year, we have charted an ambitious course to world-class outcomes, as exemplified in the unveiling of our state-of-of-the-art NICU in April 2018.

For more information: IWK VP Clinical Care CNE





Associate Dean, School of Nursing

Thompson Rivers University (TRU) seeks an experienced, confident, innovative candidate to join the leadership team in the School of Nursing (SON). Reporting to the Dean, the Associate Dean will support teaching, clinical practice, administration, leadership, service activities and development of domestic and international educational and research initiatives.

The Associate Dean plays a key role in support of increasing student success, promoting excellence in practice, intercultural understanding, research capacity, entrepreneurial activity and sustainability. The Associate Dean is responsible for management and supervisory functions as assigned by the Dean including the academic coordination of existing nursing programs, curriculum renewal, program reviews and the development of new programs on campus and through the Open Learning Division.

For more information: Associate Dean School of Nursing 2018