Job Posting 86343

Analyst, Diversity and Inclusion
Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
Work From Home - Toronto Metro area
closed 4 days ago (Mon, 8 Aug)
full time - temporary / contract  •  $77,523- $104,885

Position: Analyst, Diversity and Inclusion

Location: Hybrid/Remote. The Partnership’s head office is in downtown Toronto. Candidates can work anywhere in Canada with the expectation to travel to the head office on occasion.

Status: 12-month fixed term contract 
Closing date: August 8, 2022

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (the Partnership) is the steward of the Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control (the Strategy). Its work is guided by the Strategy, which was refreshed for 2019 to 2029 and will help drive measurable change for all Canadians affected by cancer and a future where fewer people get cancer, more people survive cancer and those living with the disease have a better quality of life.

 

The Partnership works with those on the front lines of cancer care, and people living with the disease, to make system-level changes that improve all aspects of the cancer continuum from prevention, screening and diagnosis through to treatment, clinical care, palliative care and survivorship. Partners include provincial and territorial governments, cancer agencies, health organizations, health-care professionals, people living with cancer and those who care for them, as well as First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities, governments and organizations.

 

The Partnership’s work is guided by a commitment to reducing inequities in cancer care for underserviced people in Canada such as those living in rural and remote areas, those with low income and new immigrants, and addressing First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples-specific cancer control priorities and actions, outlined in the Strategy, reflecting Canada’s commitment to reconciliation.

 

The Partnership is funded by Health Canada. Learn more about the impact being made by the Partnership with partners across Canada at: www.partnershipagainstcancer.ca.

 

The CEO is responsible for delivering on the Partnership’s stewardship of Canada’s national cancer strategy through its four Divisions, each headed by a Vice President. The Divisions are:

  • Cancer Control
  • Cancer Systems, Performance and Innovation
  • Finance and Corporate Services
  • Strategic Partnerships

Together, they are accountable for delivering on the Partnership’s strategic priorities in its role as steward of the Pan-Canadian Strategy for Cancer Control.

 

The CEO is also accountable for the implementation of the organization’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) strategy and the Board DEI and Reconciliation strategy.

 

The Office of the CEO is also responsible for supporting the Partnership’s Board of Directors, through the Vice President, Finance and Corporate Services in the capacity of Board Secretary.

 

Overview of Role

 

The Analyst, Regional Office supports the Cancer Systems, Performance & Innovation Division in carrying out projects and initiatives to achieve organizational priorities. Reporting to the Regional Integration Lead & Lead, Ontario & Federal Partners, the incumbent coordinates and provides support to deliver on program/project objectives. As a highly organized professional with strong time management skills, this position delivers on the tasks of the job while contributing to CPAC’s overall vision to reduce the burden of cancer on all Canadians.

 

Program Specific Responsibilities

  • Support the Lead, Regional Integration in the implementation of the Regional Integration Office
  • Work with program teams, Strategy, Project Management Office and Corporate Services to coordinate and support information collection and dissemination both internally and to external partners
  • Build and maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders and communicate regularly with key contacts across all jurisdictions
  • Lead the synthesis, analysis and reporting of partner intelligence
  • Act as a source of information and main point person for information requests from and to the Regional Integration Office
  • Plan and organize meetings with internal and external participants

 

General Accountabilities

  • Drive innovation and culture change by delivering accelerated impact and reinforcing a collaborative and respectful culture
  • Accountability for collaboration across divisions and portfolios and with external partners
  • Support achievement of strategic priorities and core enabling functions
  • Responsible for supporting division strategy and goals, and delivering results on time and within budget

 

Essential Skills and Attributes

  • Previous experience in a role requiring external stakeholder management; strong stakeholder relationship and partnership development skills reflected in the ability to establish effective working relationships with key internal and external stakeholders, partners and colleagues
  • Self-motivated with strong initiative and ability to work independently, prioritize and multi-task within a fast-paced environment
  • Strong organizational, process development and project management/coordination and anticipatory skills
  • Strong communication skills with experience interpreting, synthesizing research and technical information
  • Excellent research, analytical, interpretive and problem-solving skills
  • Experienced in literature reviews and environmental scans
  • Experience in knowledge transfer of technical concepts to both technical and non- technical audiences
  • Experience working with provincial, national, and international cancer organizations and professional associations
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A commitment to collaboration and shared accountability

 

Competencies

 

The Partnership’s core competencies are a key element to reviewing performance. While the duties and responsibilities of a position tell you the “what,” the competencies tell you the “how.”  We have developed five universal competencies which we expect to be exhibited by all employees regardless of level or position, as well as five leadership competencies which we expect to be exhibited by staff in people management positions.

 

Universal Competencies

 

  • Inclusive – values diversity and applies an equity lens; consciously thinks about who needs to be included
  • Agile – is constantly adapting to partners, priorities and outcomes; is committed to continuous learning and improvement; promotes new ways of doing things
  • Collaborative – partners and builds strong relationships; works effectively with team members, focusing on delivering individual contributions to meet collective outcomes
  • Outcomes-focused – focuses on the ultimate impact, prioritizes work with a focus on underserved groups
  • Systems-thinking – connects the dots between their work and the broader system, has political acuity

 

Experience and Qualifications

  • Postgraduate or undergraduate degree in Health Administration, Health Policy, or other relevant discipline, or an acceptable combination of education and experience.
  • Minimum 3 years’ experience, preferably in the non-profit or healthcare sector.
  • Microsoft 365 (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Microsoft Teams, OneDrive)
  • Education or experience with First Nations, Inuit and Metis is an asset.
  • Accreditation in Project Management e.g. PMP designation an asset.
  • Bilingual in both English and French is an asset.

 

Deadline

March 22, 2022

 

 

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