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Project Developer, Mental Wellness (Term)

Job Type: Full Time, Temporary
Start Date: As soon as possible

Language: English
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree
Positions Available: 1

NOC Group: Social Policy Researchers, Consultants and Program Officers (4164)
NOC Job Title: Program Planner, Social Services
Expires in 9 days
Expires: 2018-12-18
Last Updated: 2018-12-06

Job Number: 532258

Job Location(s)

Vancouver, British Columbia

Job Description

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of First Nations communities? The Project Developer, Mental Wellness liaises with First Nations and health systems partners through established regional processes to develop local, sub-regional and region-wide project documentation and plans, including work planning, drafting, and budgeting as well as developing reports presentations and briefings as required.

Project Development * Undertakes service needs identification, assessment, and analysis * Undertakes research, analysis and development related to health care administration, delivery, services, and models * Develops project, program, and initiative documentation, work plans and budgets utilizing standardized tools and templates as required * Designs, develops, or utilizes standardized processes, tools, and templates, undertake the tracking, review, and synthesis of reporting, including regarding planning targets and/or budget allocations * Designs, develops, or utilizes standardized processes, tools, and templates, and identifies, tracks and supports the management of risks related to projects, programs and initiatives * Provides project development advice to executive, senior management, and others * Organizes and drafts content for funding arrangements associated with approved projects * Utilizes established procedures and processes and contribute to the development of new procedures and processes where necessary * Prepares briefings, reports, and presentations as required * Attends and summarizes meetings, proposes and provides follow-up, including briefing others as required

External Relations * Supports regional and community planning and engagement activities and processes with First Nations, regional health authority, and other health system partners, both in one-on-one and group contexts * Prepares or oversees preparation of presentations, including the delivery of presentations to diverse audiences * Leads or participates on committees and working groups * Builds and maintains effective working relationships within the FNHA and with the FNHC, FNHDA, First Nations, tripartite partners, and others * Supports the Executive Director and Manager, Projects with planning and participation in discussions and meetings with external parties relating to the regional envelope.

Management Support * Operates as a member of a Project Developer Community of Practice * Supports the implementation of quality standards and appropriate processes in the work of the team * Develops and oversees work plans, project plans, and budgets as required * Undertakes meeting coordination and facilitation * Co-leads the development and implementation of Joint Project Board and management of the regional envelope * Performs other related duties as assigned

Education * University Degree in a related field such as health policy, public policy, health systems management, political or social science, finance or an acceptable combination of education and experience

Experience * Recent and relevant experience in policy, project, or program development, including financial and resource management (usually acquired over a period of 5-7 years) * Experience in working with First Nations and First Nations health programs and services

Employee Class: Temporary Application Deadline: December 18, 2018 at 4:00PM

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