Job Posting 99377

Performance Measurement Specialist
BC College of Nurses & Midwives
Vancouver & Lower Mainland
900 - 200 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC
closed 4 days ago (Mon, 19 Feb)
full time  •  $91,202 - $95,761 per annum

Are you fascinated by finding patterns and drawing insights from data? Do you have a passion for guiding and supporting the assessment, measurement, and advancement of operational and strategic outcomes? Are you an outstanding communicator who thrives in a collaborative environment? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you!

In this role, you will apply advanced skills and experience in quantitative analytics and data analysis and interpretation to turn data into usable insights. You will also have the unique opportunity to collaborate with people and teams across the organization and multiple external stakeholders to lead, coordinate, and support performance measurement, program reporting and continuous improvement efforts for nursing and midwifery regulatory policy and programs.

Status: Regular, Full-Time
Work Location:  Hybrid (a combination of in-office and remote work)

Compensation: $91,202 - $95,761 per annum

What you’ll be doing

Reporting to the Director, Research & Evaluation, the Performance Measurement Specialist (PM Specialist) works cross-functionally to assess, measure and report on Regulatory Policy and Program effectiveness, continuous improvement efforts and progress towards attaining operational and strategic outcomes. The PM Specialist applies advanced experience in quantitative data analysis and interpretation to turn data into usable insights, infographics, reports, and reporting resources to support data-driven decision making.

Key responsibilities include:

  1. Under the direction of the Director, R&E, applies quantitative data analysis methods to develop, implement, measure, and evaluate registrant and program-derived data for the purpose of creating useable insights, summaries and reports to drive program performance and continuous improvement.
  2. Leads, coordinates, and supports the development, implementation, and evaluation of program level metrics.
  3. Writes reports and creates resources including infographics, presentations, surveys, charts, tables and other materials to help people readily engage with and understand program data.
  4. Informs the review and development of data collection and database management approaches, and the creation of supporting documentation.
  5. Leverages, assesses, and interprets registrant and program data to ensure that programs are using accurate and reliable sources of information for measurement, reporting and evaluation.
  6. Analyzes data to identify trends, patterns and insights to support data-driven and evidence-based decision making.
  7. Supports teams to identify initiatives with the biggest potential and to determine the best methodological approach for the situation.
  8. Applies concepts of design thinking and leads process management initiatives from ideation to completion. Supports teams to integrate and embed measurement initiatives and methods into program workflows.

Your education & skills ​

  • Master’s degree and other specialized education in epidemiology, public health, statistics, bioinformatics, economics, or a related field.
  • 1 to 3 years of experience related to organizational performance measurement or quantitative data analysis.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to translate complex data and results into written reports and presentations for various audiences.
  • Knowledgeable of statistical analysis software including R, SAS, SPSS or Stata.
  • Knowledgeable of descriptive and inferential statistics including the interpretation of results.
  • Knowledgeable of best approaches in data collection and database management. Familiarity with how to create databases using software (i.e., Access) considered an asset.
  • Advanced knowledge and experience in quantitative data collection, assessment and analysis.
  • Experience in creating insights from data and identifying causes, effects, strengths and weaknesses in program models and delivery.
  • Experience using specialized statistical analysis and data visualization software, such as Power BI, Excel, Tableau and other related software applications to interpret results and to create data visualization resources and infographics for performance measurement and report preparation.
  • Proficiency using design, data, and content building programs such as Microsoft 365, CRM, SharePoint or other relational databases, Adobe, and Visio.
  • Project management experience including leading project workgroups or components of projects.
  • Demonstrated ability to engage effectively with various levels of internal and external teams fostering collaborative work environments.
  • Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability, including the capacity to re-prioritize projects as emerging needs occur.
  • May be required to conduct data analysis as part of research activities.
  • Demonstrated understanding of diversity, inclusion, and cultural humility as they apply to nursing and midwifery practice and health care is an asset 

About the BC College of Nurses & Midwives

The British Columbia College of Nurses & Midwives (“BCCNM”) is the college empowered under the Health Professions Act to regulate the practice of all licensed practical nurses, nurse practitioners, registered midwives, registered nurses, and registered psychiatric nurses in British Columbia. Regulation helps to protect the public by ensuring that professional care or service received by the public is competent, ethical, and meets the standards that society views as acceptable.

As western Canada’s largest health profession regulator, we believe a diverse and inclusive team enriches our efforts to protect the public. We welcome applications from all who reflect of the communities we serve, and especially encourage Indigenous Peoples and members of equity-seeking groups to apply. We believe diverse perspectives and experiences bring both innovation and better outcomes to the work we do and the decisions we make.

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