Project Coordinator – Temporary Full-Time (6 months secondment or contract opportunity)
Nucleus Independent Living provides person-centered services to support frail seniors and adults with physical disabilities living at home in the community. Known for our innovation and service philosophy, our employees bring our values to life through a passion for quality service delivery. We are committed to creating an environment where you feel valued for the work you do, you are able to hone your skills and you have an opportunity to make a difference.
Reporting to the Director of Quality, Systems and Accreditation, the temporary full-time Project Coordinator is responsible to lead the implementation of multiple projects.
The Project Coordinator will be required to work with various individuals and departments to deliver the following:
• understand current state and best practice;
• make recommendations for improvements and implementation
• develop and execute work plans
• develop required materials to support implementation
• lead the roll-out of projects; and
• evaluate the success of project implementation.
Skills and Qualifications
As the ideal candidate, you have completed a degree in a health related field (Master’s preferred) and have at least three (3) years program operations experience (ideally at a management level). You have exceptional communication and facilitation skills to support collaborative project implementation with diverse stakeholders. You will utilize Lean methodologies and your knowledge of delivering excellent health care services to develop and/or improve processes. You also have:
• evidence of successfully leading, implementing and evaluating large projects
• the ability to collect and analyze information to guide sound recommendations and planning
• LEAN certification (minimum Green Belt) or equivalent skills and experience
• superior decision-making, problem-solving, and project planning skills
• the ability to deal with multiple priorities through highly developed time management skills
• experience in the delivery of services within the community service sector
• evidence of successfully leading groups or committees to achieve deliverables
• a high level of emotional intelligence and are able to inspire and motivate people to achieve results
• an understanding of unregulated healthcare workers roles and functions
• demonstrated attention to detail, systems level-thinking and a strong strategic orientation
• proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and client based software applications