ab-healthDirector, Integrated Quality Management, South Zone – Alberta Health Services

Are you ready to be a champion for Quality, Patient Safety, Patient Relations and Patient & Family Centered Care? Our ideal candidate will be able to develop and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders and leaders. They will be able to lead an operational team who spans across the South Zone and will work collaboratively to oversee all related programs including Quality Improvement, Zone Accreditation and Medication Reconciliation.

The qualifications we are looking for are:

  • A degree in a healthcare profession or health care management
  • A master’s degree (preferred)
  • 5 years or more experience in a management role related to health care
  • The proven ability to be a strategic thinker with a demonstrated application of business planning and project management

For more information: AHS External Ad Director IQM Req #443873



Hamilton Health SciencesExecutive VP, Clinical Operations/COO,

Hamilton Health Sciences

The Executive Vice President, Clinical Operations and Chief Operating Officer (EVP/COO) reports to the President and CEO of Hamilton Health Sciences, and is a trusted advisor to the CEO. The Executive Vice President, Clinical Operations and Chief Operating Officer (EVP/COO) is accountable for strategic and operational leadership over patient care delivery across HHS. As a key member of the President’s Team and Executive Leadership Team, the EVP/COO’s leadership is integral to HHS being able to deliver on its Mission, Vision and Values in the context of a complex and challenging environment. This requires a strong appreciation for transformation of the healthcare system and the ability to strategically lead complex systems with creativity, innovation and operational acumen. The EVP/COO provides broad leadership on issues related to the quality of patient and family centered care and is responsible for leading, planning and directing the overall management of HHS’ clinical operations. The EVP/COO works collaboratively with the LHIN, community partners, physicians, other hospital organizations and McMaster University Faculty of Health Sciences to support and enhance the delivery of care within our region and community and to advance the academic mission of the Hospital.

For more information: Ad – HHS – EVP and COO – FINAL


Dean, College of Nursing, University of Manitoba

Reporting to Vice-Provost and Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, you will challenge students to develop as independent learners, problem solvers and innovators. You and your team will inspire minds through innovative and quality teaching, drive discovery and insight through excellence in research, scholarly work and other creative activities, create pathways to Indigenous achievement, build community that creates an outstanding learning and working environment, forge connections to foster high impact community engagement. You will expand inter-professional education and research in a dynamic partnership of professional colleges. You are a collaborator in the inter-professional community of practitioners and regulators of healthcare. As well as the academic leader and spokesperson, you will also excel in its operational stewardship through allocation of resources, strategic planning, fundraising and progressive development of your management group, teachers and support teams.

For more information: UMAN-DeanCollegeofNursing-FINALAD-01May2017



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Director, School of Nursing, York University

Application deadline: June 26, 2017

The School of Nursing at York University is seeking an exceptional nursing leader, mentor, and visionary to become its next Director. This is a unique opportunity to advance an innovative School and accelerate the faculty’s knowledge and practice in promoting health, healthy public policy, nursing care, research, and education that has impact at a local, provincial, national, and global level. This dynamic School offers multiple degrees, including three undergraduate BScN programs (one of which is a collaboration with Georgian and Seneca Colleges), a Master’s of Science in Nursing program that includes the field of Primary Health Care Nurse Practitioner, and, as of September 2018, a PhD in Nursing program.

The Director is expected to foster high quality education, research, and service in the School through the creation of an inspiring vision, teamwork, excellent management and administrative skills, a collegial work environment, and strategic partnerships. An advocate for the School, s/he will also play an important part in expanding research and graduate education within the School. The Director is expected to maintain positive relationships with the Dean, members of the Faculty of Health Leadership team, and others across the University and works with the Dean to secure key support resources within the University for accomplishing the School’s mission. The Director represents the School of Nursing with professional bodies external to the University, such as the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing and the Council of Ontario University Programs in Nursing, and is responsible for ensuring that programs meet the standards set by accrediting bodies and the College of Nurses of Ontario.

For more information:  YorkU_DirectorNursing