The TB Clinic is an outpatient specialty service providing care to people in Edmonton Zone as part of provincial AHS TB Services within Communicable Disease Control and Public Population Indigenous Health. The Clinic Manager performs an important leadership role in AHS TB Services and reports to the Provincial Director, AHS Tuberculosis Services. The Manager works collaboratively with the Clinic Medical Director in a dyad leadership partnership. The Manager is responsible and accountable for providing strategic direction, team leadership and operational management to the TB Clinic in alignment with Provincial TB Services standards. The Manager makes unit-level decisions and has direct leadership of the TB Clinic multidisciplinary team comprised of Nurses, Social Worker, Pharmacist, and Administrative staff. Key responsibilities include: Strategic and operational planning. Leadership of the delivery of quality, accessible, patient-centred services. Team leadership, including all aspect of HR management including recruitment, supervision, coaching, competency development, performance management. Promotion of a positive and healthy work environment. Program evaluation, quality improvement. Development of policies, procedures, educational programming. Collaboration with partner agencies and departments. Financial and resource management and reporting.
2 years related supervisory or leadership experience. Demonstrated effectiveness working within a multidisciplinary team. A relevant clinical degree from a recognized school (e.g. Nursing, Social Work, Pharmacy). 5 years direct frontline health care experience including 3 years of relevant clinical experience (e.g. public health, outpatient clinics) in an organization of significant size, complexity and diversity.
Self-directed and highly motivated. Demonstrated conflict resolution and change agent skills. Demonstrated interpersonal, communication and leadership skills. Excellent analytical and decision making skills. Demonstrated organizational, problem solving, decision making, project and financial management skills. Ability to work and lead in a collaborative manner within multidisciplinary teams.
Preference will be given to candidates with: Demonstrated ability to foster positive change within a team. An applicable graduate degree (e.g. Master Business Administration, Public Administration, Nursing). 3 or more years of clinic leadership/management experience. A demonstrated clear pattern of professional and personal development. Demonstrated experience and skill with AHS management systems including: ePeople, eManager, Markview, etc.