POSITION: Clinical Informatics Specialist
DEPARMENT: Health Promotion and Survivorship
DURATION: 1 year Contract, Full-time
LOCATION: Preferably Downtown Toronto
JOB CLOSING DATE: March 6, 2015
Prostate Cancer Canada has an exciting opportunity to make a difference for patients and their families, for health care providers, for researchers and institutions and for government and policy makers through a unique blend of project management, communication and health outcome measurement skills. This one year contract in a fast-paced, high performance and growth environment is ideal for a committed and passionate health informatics or statistics specialist to further the cause of a patient-centric approach to health care.
SUMMARY OF JOB:
The Clinical Informatics Specialist will work closely with key stakeholders (cancer registries, cancer agencies, hospitals, clinicians, researchers, etc.) across the country to develop an enhanced pan-Canadian prostate cancer registry to gain greater insight into men’s outcomes and quality of life following diagnosis and/or treatment of prostate cancer. The incumbent will guide collaborative processes, building on existing initiatives at a provincial and territorial level that will ultimately be able to provide valid country-wide comparisons of critical outcomes for men living with prostate cancer in order to guide system improvement at all levels.
Reporting to the Director of Health Promotion and Survivorship, the Clinical Informatics Specialist will be responsible for the implementation and successful execution of all assigned health outcomes/informatics initiatives through established project management practices and manage relationships with key internal and external stakeholders and partners and function as a subject matter expert for prostate cancer data collection.
Please apply to HR2@prostatecancer.ca with “Clinical Informatics Specialist” in the subject line by March 6, 2015. Thank you for your interest; however, only those candidates moving forward in the process will be contacted.