Director, Nursing Practice & Education – St. Michael’s Hospital

by Admin on December 17, 2014

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Job ID: 52429
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Job Category: Director, Nurse, Nurse Manager
Employment Type: Full time
Posted: 12-03-2014

Job Description

Director, Nursing Practice & Education

As a Catholic hospital, founded in 1892 by the Sisters of St. Joseph to care for the sick and the poor of Toronto’s inner city, St. Michael’s Hospital has a long and proud history of caring and compassion. Today, St. Michael’s Hospital is one of the most exciting and diverse hospitals in Canada and the world. Fully affiliated with the University of Toronto, St. Michael’s Hospital leads the way in heart disease, trauma and critical care, neurosurgery, arthritis and osteoporosis, keyhole surgery, diabetes, cancer care and care of the homeless and vulnerable populations in the inner city. As the designated adult trauma centre for downtown Toronto and a major referral centre for Ontario, the Hospital treats the most critically ill and complex patients in the province.

St. Michael’s seeks to create an environment of constant learning, leading with innovation, and serving with compassion. Its patient-centred education and research culture brings all disciplines together so that synergies can be observed and integrated skills can be honed. With the recent creation of the new Li Ka Shing International Centre in Health Care Education, the Hospital will be creating new paradigms of learning.

The Director, Nursing Practice and Education will establish and maintain a collaborative practice environment by providing professional leadership and structures and processes for the advancement of: profession specific and interprofessional clinical practice standards and education within a program-based management structure. He/she will develop Professional Practice Governance strategies and tactics that contribute to the achievement of broad programmatic and corporate goals.

A key focus of the role will be to advise on and provide leadership to initiatives related to professional practice, including: interprofessional collaboration and communication; communication among and between health professionals and management on matters related to nursing professional practice; education; quality improvement; professional advocacy; and professional standards and regulatory requirements.

The successful candidate will possess a Masters degree in Nursing and have current knowledge of regulatory bodies and the Regulated Health Professions Act, as well as demonstrated knowledge of professional governance, operation of the colleges and directives. In addition, he/she will possess a management style that is visionary, creative, collaborative and supportive of the vision, goals and mission and values of the Hospital.

If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please contact Hayley Becker at 416-366-1990, or please submit your resume and related information online at: http://www.odgersberndtson.ca/en/careers/12576.

Director, Nursing Practice & Education – St. Michael’s Hospital

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