Project and Member Support Lead

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Toronto, ON 


Health Care, Public Affairs, Research, Strategy-Planning



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Business-Strategic Management: Public Health Administration
Medical-Health: Public Health Administration

Job Description:

TAHSN is seeking a Project and Member Support Lead to fill a 12-month maternity leave (expected to begin mid-November 2018). The Lead’s primary role will be to work with executive-level TAHSN committees to create, implement and evaluate specific initiatives that will increase quality, efficiency, standardization, scale and innovation across the network and heighten the overall impact of Toronto as a world-leading health cluster.

Specific responsibilities include:
  • Work collaboratively with the Executive Director, Manager and the TAHSN team to facilitate committee work and initiatives in alignment with the strategic directions of the organization.
  • Manage and support committees in the role of project and issues manager. Working with committee Chairs in overseeing the committee and its working groups, developing and maintaining relationships with committee members and other stakeholders, and helping to facilitate the committee’s objectives in line with TAHSN’s mandate.
  • Develop meeting agendas, briefing materials, project plans, and related material to support committee governance, operations and projects.
  • Help develop and execute committee strategic planning retreat and ensure that committee work aligns with overall TAHSN strategic objectives.
  • Liaise between the committee and the organization’s governing body.
  • Actively monitor and report on emerging issues pertinent to committee initiatives.
  • Conduct quantitative and qualitative research, policy analysis, literature reviews, and environmental scans to enable evidence-based decision making at an executive level.
The successful candidate can demonstrate the following characteristics:
  • Minimum of 4-5 years of relevant experience in health administration, health policy, public policy, and/or related environment
  • Graduate level education in a related field
  • Critical thinker, with solid research and analytical skills
  • Self-starter with proven experience managing multiple complex projects in a multi-stakeholder environment
  • Strong oral and written communications skills
  • Strong interpersonal, presentation and facilitation skills
  • Ability to develop and maintain relationships with internal and external executive-level stakeholders
  • Highly organized, accurate and detail-oriented
  • Thrives in a fast paced, highly productive team environment
  • Enthusiasm, drive and focus
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Toronto Academic Health Science Network 200 Front Street West, Suite 2501
Toronto, ON, Canada

Phone: 4166946101
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