As part of Clinical Applications team, the Project and Clinical Change Manager will be responsible for the planning, facilitation and implementation of information system projects as required by the Information Management Strategic Plan. The successful candidate will also act as a clinical change management lead and resource for the Information Technology Department, bringing demonstrated change management leadership skills in a clinical setting.
- Bachelor’s degree in business, management or clinical
- Health Professional designation is preferred
- Project Management Professional (PMP) certification preferred
- Minimum of 3 years of clinical experience in a health care environment
- Minimum of 3 years of formal Project Management experience, with a leadership role in the implementation of Clinical Information Systems.
- Understanding of Project Management framework
- Demonstrated successful experience leading clinical change management for IT systems
- Demonstrated successful project management of a medium to large IT system preferred.
- Experience with and knowledge of Hospital Information Systems includingdesign and configuration is required.
- Experience with and knowledge of LEAN methodologies and applications for information gathering and process redesign
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and negotiation skills
- Ability to make important decisions under pressure
- Ability to manage multiple projects/priorities
- Demonstrated skills in facilitation, team work and leadership.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite of products & project planning software required.
- Ability to facilitate the achievement of milestones/deadlines.
- Experience with preparation, monitoring, analysis and evaluation of project costs.
- Autonomous, independent worker.
- Ability to exert influence and work successfully in matrix reporting relationships.
- Ability to be flexible in hours worked including some work after hours and on weekends.
- Good work and attendance record required.
- All employees of Michael Garron Hospital (MGH), a division of Toronto East Health Network (TEHN) [formerly Toronto East General Hospital (TEGH)] agree to work within the legislated practices of the Occupational Health and Safety Act of Ontario.
- All employees of MGH are responsible to contribute to a transparent culture of patient and staff safety by adhering to and abiding by patient and staff safety policies and procedures set by MGH.
- All employees are accountable for protecting the psychological health and safety of themselves and their co-workers through adherence to MGH's policies and practices.
Vaccines (COVID-19 and others) are a requirement of the job unless you have an exemption pursuant to the Ontario Human Rights Code.