#222-19 Education/Implementation Specialist, Connecting the Dots, Temporary Full-time, Stratford

Stratford, ON

POSTING DATE: June 10, 2019                                                                                  POSTING # 222-19 (Non-Union)
EXPIRY DATE: June 17, 2019

                                          CONNECTING THE DOTS FOR FAMILY CAREGIVERS PROJECT
                                                                                     NOTICE OF VACANCY

POSITION: Education/Implementation Specialist
Primary Site: Stratford
Temporary Full-time

Connecting the Dots for Family Caregivers is a regional project aimed to improve quality of care and experience for family caregivers, patients and healthcare providers in Huron Perth (HP). The project is one of four funded projects in Ontario, funded by The Change Foundation. Six healthcare providers in HP are partners in this project: HPHA, One Care, North Huron Family Health Team, Star Family Health Team, Alzheimer’s Society, and the SWLHIN Home & Community Care. Partner organizations and caregivers are working together to create tools and resources that will help raise awareness about the role of the caregiver, while helping them feel more supported, valued, and engaged in their important role.
The Education/Implementation Specialist will be responsible for delivering education within project partner organizations, as well as supporting implementation of the educational materials, resources, and tools. They will facilitate organizational learning and deliver education activities by utilizing strong leadership characteristics, effective application of adult learning principles, change management methodology and successful coaching and mentoring techniques. The candidate will work collaboratively with project leadership, project team, staff, caregivers, and partner organizations, as well as The Change Foundation and the other funded projects within the Changing CARE initiative. The Education/Implementation Specialist follows all safe practices and procedures to support a safe patient and working environment.

REPORTS TO: Anne Campbell, Executive Lead

DATE REQUIRED: As soon as possible (to March 31, 2020)

- Degree or Diploma in a health related discipline
- Adult Education Certificate (attained or in progress) preferred
- Leadership Certificate preferred

- Minimum 3 years adult education and training experience
- Background in healthcare including the community sector or public education role
- Preferred experience with educational program instruction, evaluation, and health promotion
- Experience with using a variety of creative learning techniques and presentation skills
- Demonstrated commitment to ongoing professional development
- Preferred background with co-design principles, project management, and quality improvement

- Creative, flexible, and work effectively with diverse group of individuals with sound understanding of the many different adult learning styles and educational backgrounds
- Computer literate with a demonstrated competence in technology
- Exceptional communication, interpersonal, problem solving, team building and conflict resolution skills
- Proficient written, verbal and non-verbal facilitation skills
- Self-directed, positive, and professional work ethic and demonstrated initiative
- Effective time management skills; manage competing demands and deadlines
- Act as a project ambassador and promote positive public relations with both internal and external stakeholders
- Strong knowledge of and effective application of adult learning principles and instructional strategies
- Commitment to Interprofessional Practice, Collaborative Care Model, and Person Centered Care
- Experience with delivery of education, implementation, facilitation and outcome evaluation
- Highly developed change management skills and ability to function as a change agent
- Experience working with caregivers and patients/ clients
- Effective personal/interpersonal skills;
- Communicate effectively in oral and written formats
- Excellent listening skills
- Leadership, group facilitation and presentation skills involving small and large multidisciplinary groups
- Strong organizational skills
- Flexibility and a self-starter

Please be advised that we are no longer accepting emailed or paper-based resumes. Please submit a complete resume by visiting our job opportunities page on our website: www.hpha.ca

Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance is an equal opportunity employer that strives to create a respectful, accessible and inclusive work environment. Upon individual request, hiring processes will be modified to remove barriers to accommodate those with disabilities. Should any applicant require accommodation through the application, interview or selection processes, please contact Human Resources for assistance.


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