Executive VP, COO and CNE, Mackenzie Health

Reporting to the President & CEO of Mackenzie Health, the Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Nursing Executive (EVP, COO & CNE) is a key member of the Senior Leadership Team and is responsible for overall strategic and operational leadership, working collaboratively to achieve Mackenzie Health’s mission, vision and values.

The EVP, COO & CNE will be instrumental in leading a very broad and complex clinical portfolio, as well as providing oversight for the opening of the Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital. With a dual focus at all times, the EVP, COO & CNE will lead and support a full range of initiatives related to improving the Patient Experience across all clinical programs, as well as play a significant leadership role in the operational readiness planning process related to the opening of the new hospital.

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Manager Acute Care Program – ACU/GPU, CAMH

Closing date: August 3, 2018 by 5pm EDT

Reporting to the Clinical Director of the Acute Care Program, and working closely with the ACU/GPU Leadership Team and Acute Care Leadership, the Manager is responsible for providing leadership in a dynamic environment. Leading an inter-professional team that includes Registered Nurses, Social Workers, Psychiatric Assistants, Psychiatrists, Psychiatric Residents, Medical Students and other trainees, the Manager will ensure safe operations and the promotion of best practices in acute mental health and addictions care. The Manager will work closely with Acute Care Leadership and front line staff on program planning and continuous quality improvement initiatives. The Manager will represent the department both within CAMH and with external stakeholders. The ACU/GPU will move to the Queen Street site as part of the next phase of the CAMH Redevelopment, and the Manager will work closely with the CAMH Redevelopment Team.

For more information: CAMH – Manager (FR) Acute Care (ACU GPU)



Senior Manager Operations and Practice, After Hours, CAMH

As a member of the Professional Practice Office, the Senior Manager of Operations & Practice, After Hours provides after-hours clinical and operational leadership and support to all sites at the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health (CAMH). Your nursing and leadership skills will be evident as you offer guidance and education to support care delivery aligned with the vision, principles, policies and best practices of CAMH, while facilitating and coordinating the effective operations of the hospital during evenings, nights, weekends and holidays.
As the most senior manager on-site, you will work closely with, and provide leadership to, clinical and support staff to ensure overall smooth operations through the coordination of patient services and organizational activities. You will also coordinate after-hours responses to crisis and emergencies, provide support and initial investigations to ensure optimal management and communication of the event, and identify any residual requirements. Your accountabilities include addressing issues that arise among patients, families, staff and other stakeholders related to patient care. You will provide continuity in management, care and services by liaising with Unit Managers, Directors and the Senior Manager on-call. You will mentor and coach charge nurses in developing their leadership potential and effective decision-making skills within a framework of collaboration and team engagement. You will be required to make decisions regarding the best utilization of resources across the hospital, and generally support and foster a workplace that embraces diversity, encourages teamwork and complies with all applicable and regulatory requirements. You will support CAMH quality initiatives by examining current patient care practices and processes, identifying areas of concern or risk, and recommending or taking action, as needed.

For more information: CAMH – Senior Manager Operations and Practice After Hours