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Aboriginal Healthcare Services Accreditation, Team Associate

Job Type : Direct
Hours : Full Time
Required Years of Experience : 2+
Travel : Yes
Relocation : No
Job Industry : Not for Profit - Charitable
Job Category : Healthcare - Support Services

Job Description :

Aboriginal Healthcare Services Accreditation, Team Associate

Full Time, with full benefits – Work from home to start, Offices centrally located, “post-COVID-19”




Out client, proudly Canadian is one of the World’s leading organizations focused on developing standards, assessment programs and other tools to help care providers do what they do best, save and improve lives. 




They are searching for an exceptional Team Associate who shares their passion for achieving quality health services for community and in this instance, Aboriginal/Indigenous Services. In Canada and around the world, they are building a bold and bright future for our enterprise and their clients. If you are looking for a challenge and seeking to be part of something larger than yourself, this position could be for you.




If you’re right for this opportunity, you are ready to jump in! You have an engaging attitude, you’re a natural connector, and you make a great first impression. Our client is looking for someone who is passionate, dynamic, smart, and strategic. You’re a self-starter and will work tirelessly to find solutions to any problem that may arise. You love to learn from and collaborate with others. You find fuel in meeting deadlines and surpassing expectations.




They are looking for someone who is both doer and thinker, with organizational agility, mindfulness, and preparedness to efficiently support organization readiness for a quality accreditation experience. Having a full plate doesn’t intimidate but motivates you and you have a knack for triaging multiple priorities and juggling tasks while maintaining attention to detail.


Ideally, you are a people person with a laser-like focus and understanding of how health and community organizations work, completely comfortable working with people in Indigenous settings. You’re a self-starter. You love to learn from and collaborate with others. You can cut through the noise to craft and deliver smart and strategic communications.




 


 


 


Required Qualifications :

Let’s break it down:


·         Working within the Aboriginal Services Accreditation and Community teams to facilitate surveys


·         Work with organization leaders to identify process gaps that will be captured in continuous improvement plans for impactful results


·         Facilitate and enable processes that have a cross-functional impact within Canadian Accreditation to eliminate waste, reduce process time and improve operational performance while establishing a sustainable model for continuous improvement


·         Contribute to cross functional collaboration across the Canadian Accreditation teams


·         Shaping and driving a holistic approach to resolving business issues and bringing new processes and concepts into the organization that provide added value to the people you relate to within and outside the organization.


·         Contributing to problem identification and advanced data analyses to gather relevant information, identify key issues and generate resolutions


·         Contribute data and insight to proposals to respond to business development opportunities and coordinate, collate knowledge and expertise from various stakeholders


 


You have a unique history. Does it include the education and experience listed below?




·         Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Practice or Community Development, or related field


·         Minimum 2 years of experience executing excellence in client service, community programs, or related field


·         Exhibit strong scientific and analytical understanding of business processes with ability to function within a diverse team / working environment


·         Strong MS Office skills with proficiency in Excel and PowerPoint


·         Competence in solving difficult problems using appropriate process improvement methodologies


·         Excellent oral and written communication skills – ability to review and edit reports;


·         Effective Interpersonal skills


 


You'll Stand out if you....




·         Are bilingual in French and English.


·         Understand the Canadian health ecosystem and the challenges it faces. 


·         Technical knowledge of MS Office, including Teams, and Project Management software tool, CRM, ERP,


·         Are enthusiastic and passionate! (Or client has an ambitious mission and it will be your collective energy that will get them there. 


 


We’re looking for someone who cares about what they do!


 


World Class benefits and Retirement Savings plan included!


 


For more information or for consideration, kindly apply online and/or send your resume directly to jobs@thesourcestaffing.com


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