Job Posting 72087

Clinical Quality and Standards Coordinator
Community Care Durham
York / Durham area
Whitby, ON
closes in 2 days (Wed, 16 Jun)
full time  •  Starting at $39,475.17 annually

Clinical Quality and Standards Coordinator

Full-Time

 

We are currently seeking a Clinical Quality and Standards Coordinator to join our Corporate Services team. Reporting to the Quality and Standards Clinical Practice Specialist, the Clinical Quality and Standards Coordinator is responsible for supporting quality improvement initiatives across the organization. 

 

Responsibilities include but, are not limited to the following:

  • Support quality improvement initiatives across the organization using the principles of project management
  • Assist with documenting, maintaining and communicating Incident Management System
  • Assist with documenting, supporting and communicating of Accreditation process
  • Conduct research to produce documents, materials, presentations, etc. 
  • Compile clinical/evidence research to support Quality and Standards decisions
  • Assist with coordination of training programs and initiatives of organization
  • Collect and compile statistical data; produces spreadsheets and reports
  • Assist in the development of communication materials, including but not restricted to, PowerPoint presentations, reports, administrative manuals and documents such as policies and procedures relating to group clinical functioning

 

Qualifications required:

 

  • Post-Secondary Diploma in Medical or Office Administration or equivalent
  • Three (3) years of office experience in a healthcare setting
  • Project Management experience (certification is an asset)
  • Technically savvy with a high level of proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Demonstrate high levels of initiative and critical thinking skills
  • Focused, accurate, great attention to detail
  • Clinical knowledge gained through education or experience
  • Experience working in non-profit and community services sector is an asset
  • Satisfactory Police Vulnerable Sector Check
  • Sensitivity to adults with needs related to aging, physical and/or mental health
  • Adhere to COVID-19 safety practices
  • Must work in a safe manner and promote the health and safety of all staff, volunteers, clients and the community as outlined within CCD policies

 

 

Compensation: Starting at $39,475.17 annually; three (3) weeks’ vacation per year of work; 11 paid (including stat) holidays; health, insurance and pension benefits when eligible.

* Pay will be commensurate based on education and experience

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