Director – Clinical Programs & Quality Initiatives, Cancer Care Ontario
VACANCY/POSTE VACANT: Director – Clinical Programs & Quality Initiatives
STATUS/SITUATION: Permanent Full-Time
No. of VACANCIES/Nombre de POSTES VACANTS: 2 Hires
Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) — an Ontario government agency — drives quality and continuous improvement in disease prevention and screening, the delivery of care and the patient experience, for cancer, chronic kidney disease and access to care for key health services.
Known for its innovation and results driven approaches, CCO leads multi-year system planning, contracts for services with hospitals and providers, develops and deploys information systems, establishes guidelines and standards and tracks performance targets to ensure system-wide improvements in cancer, chronic kidney disease and access to care.
Our employees are our greatest asset. They bring our vision to life, embody our culture, represent what we stand for and most importantly, are the face of CCO.
We are committed to creating an environment where you are inspired to do your best work, feel valued for the work you do, and have an opportunity to make a difference. To enable a culture that fosters a sense of community where we work together and support each other for a better future, we embody the following People Values:
- We are rooted in integrity
- We are driven by accountability
- We are empowered by our partnerships
- We are unified in our purpose
Our People Values are essentially how we do our work and how we treat each other. As a people-centered organization, we are looking for employees who model our values so that together, we can create the best health systems in the world.
POSITION SUMMARY/RÉSUMÉ DU POSTE:
Bring your talent, initiative, and innovation to CCO’s Clinical Program and Quality Initiatives (CPQI) portfolio in one of two roles- Director, Clinical Engagement Programs or Director, Person Centred Care. The Directors, in conjunction with provincial clinical leaders, lead a quality agenda in the following programmatic areas: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Cancer Imaging, Surgical Oncology, Radiation Treatment and Systemic Treatment and Specialized Services Oversight, Person Centred care, Patient Reported Outcomes, Symptom Management, Psychosocial Oncology, Patient Education, and Nursing. The Directors participate in strategic planning, oversee the management of projects and services and lead program evaluation within the group, as well as collaborate and support the development, implementation and evaluation of cross portfolio multi-program projects.
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