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Supportive care Projects Coordinator

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Job Order #: 6141773

NOC: 3152
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Saskatchewan Health Authority
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$42.040 to $52.440 (6 step range)
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Saskatchewan Health Authority
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Employer Job Number: GO-00762443
Facility: Royal University Hospital
Job Description: Reporting to a manager in the Continuing Care and Seniors' Health department, the Supportive Care Projects Coordinator is responsible for mentoring and leading quality improvement and risk management in assigned long term care homes within SHA (Saskatoon). This encompasses planning, design, coordination, implementation and evaluation of projects and initiatives as identified by Continuing Care and Seniors' Health.
Required Qualifications

Bachelor Degree in Nursing
Registered or eligible for registration with the College of Registered Nurses of Saskatchewan (CRNS)
Valid Class 5 driver's license
Minimum 2 years experience in long term care. Knowledge of principles of adult learning and experience in working with adult learners.
Experience with LTCF an asset including experience conducting assessments and utilizing the outputs for care planning and quality improvement
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Ability to develop and maintain good interpersonal relationships and communication with other health care professionals
Ability to organize work, organize and manage multiple projects, work under pressure and establish priorities
Ability to plan, organize and coordinate efforts with other multidisciplinary team members as well as communicate effectively and adapt to changing conditions
Access to a reliable vehicle
Communication skills; both verbal and nonverbal, to create positive outcomes, build relationships, and support the change process.
Computer skills in such programs as Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc)
Knowledge of leadership strategies in order to lead, encourage, advise and cooperate with colleagues to prom
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