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Saskatchewan Health Authority
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$44.930 to $55.040 (6 step range)
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Saskatchewan Health Authority
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Employer Job Number: GO-00692742
Job Description: The COVID Communicable Disease Control Coordinator is accountable for planning, implementation and evaluation of COVID related Communicable Disease Control (CDC) programs within the Saskatchewan Health Authority. The COVID CDC Coordinators scope of practice requires a broad knowledge base and autonomous decision-making skills, with a specialized focus on implementation of provincial standards related to Communicable Disease Control.  The coordinator role provides program orientation, ongoing in-servicing and support to designated COVID response staff, including Public Health Nurses within an interdisciplinary service delivery model. CDC. This position is also responsible for auditing program standards for staff adherence, as well as CDC reporting required by the Ministry.
Required Qualifications

Valid Class 5 driver's license
Bachelor's degree in Nursing with course credits in community health and public health nursing required.
Registered or eligible for registration with the College of Registered Nurses of Saskatchewan (CRNS)
Minimum of 5 years recent relevant experience
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Knowledge of population health
Effective oral and written communication skills
Knowledge of epidemiologic principles, statistics, microbiology, infectious diseases, patient/resident care practices, quality improvement, program development, product evaluation, and adult education
Knowledge and experience in evaluation and leading process improvement projects, Continuous Quality Improvement methodology and tools (including Lean), change management and performance measurement
Demonstrates leadership and organizational skills
Knowledge of the Public Health
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