Headwaters is committed to creating an environment where we work collaboratively to ensure that we provide the best possible standard of care to our patients and their families. If you are interested in joining our team, contact us at hr@headwatershealth.ca
William Osler Health System, Central West CCAC, and Headwaters Health Care Centre have committed to an innovative partnership to integrate non-clinical support functions across the three organizations to better serve patients and families, protect health care services and support a unified local health care system.
Career opportunities for Central West CCAC and William Osler Health System can be accessed at the following:
Current Opportunities
Health and Safety Coordinator (Full-Time)

As the site lead for Health and Safety you will be responsible for supporting both the disability and rehabilitation management services to employees with short term absence, long term disability claims and workplace injuries and the overall safety program. In this role you will support reintegration through planning, implementation on-going coordination, case management and timely modified return to work programs. Working proactively with staff and leadership, liaising with health care professional, union representatives, disability insurance carriers and WSIB you promote, support and implement opportunities for early intervention and return to work. In this role you will report directly to the Regional Health and Safety Manager and work closely with a larger Occupational Health and Disability team. The Health & Safety Coordinator will have site lead accountability for Occupational Health & Safety programs at Headwaters Hospital. The Health and Safety Coordinator is a subject matter expert and acts as a consultant to the workplace in health and safety related matters, who provides consultation, guidance and support to the workplace parties on health and safety related initiatives and concerns in the elimination of workplace hazards and concerns. The Coordinator develops, promotes and educates on health and safety initiatives, and supports the programs within the workplace that contribute to workplace that includes safety awareness in the day to day activities. The Coordinator monitors and promote compliance with the OHSA, and applicable regulations.

The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:
  • Minimum of Post-secondary diploma with a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience (preferably in health care), managing accommodations, return to work obligations and attendance management support program related issues in a large and complex work environment preferred
  • Ability and comfortable discussing and managing sensitive, confidential information
  • Ability to work efficiently and effectively within in a fast paced work environment and prioritize to provide high quality customer service
  • Strong organizational skills with demonstrated ability to be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities
  • Ability to take initiative and practice proactive case management
  • Strong analytical, problem solving, and critical thinking skills to evaluate complex medical information identify solutions and make timely, responsive and accurate decisions/recommendations
  • Current registration with CRSP (BCRSP), CHSC (CSSE) or CIH (AIHA) required
  • Licenses Paralegal for Occupational Health & Safety/WSIB (LSUC) an asset
  • Specialized knowledge of occupational wellness programs and Health & Safety legislative requirements
  • Demonstrated ability in program design, implementation and evaluation, problem solving and conflict resolution, preferably in a health care environment
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically/conceptually
  • Excellent planning, organization and administrative skills
  • Ability to set priorities and manage competing projects, issues and initiatives
  • Resolution focused
  • Ability to work and travel between all hospital multiple sites as required
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate at all levels and prepare letters to physician, return to work programs and reports
  • Excellent interpersonal, analytical, oral and written communication skills
  • Experience in negotiating positive outcomes with work place parties
  • Strong computer skills (Email, Internet) and intermediate level in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) , Parklane
  • Through knowledge of WSIA, OHRC, OHSA and disability management principles
  • Demonstrated knowledge of collective agreements
  • Experience in interpreting and applying relevant legislation
To confidentially explore this opportunity, please e-mail your resume and cover letter by November 27, 2015 quoting job number A-4494-15 to hr@headwatershealth.ca
While we appreciate all resumes, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
Registration Clerk (Part-Time)
The Registration Clerk is accountable and responsible for the general and specialized duties required to support the daily activities of patient registration.
The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:
  • Recent patient registration experience
  • Meditech admissions as well as staffing and scheduling required. Experience using Community-wide scheduling, Windows NT Workstation, MS Word/Outlook
  • Medical terminology certificate or equivalent
  • Excellent communication skills and interpersonal skills dealing with both internal and external clients
  • Ability to work collaboratively with physicians and other allied health professionals in a very dynamic work environment
  • Ability to multi-task and work with a minimum of supervision. Flexibility with scheduling of shifts to meet team needs
To confidentially explore this opportunity, please e-mail your resume and cover letter by November 25, 2015 quoting job number C-4492-15 to hr@headwatershealth.ca

While we appreciate all resumes, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
Regional Executive Director - Finance
The Regional Executive Director, Finance is a self-directed leader, a motivated professional and an enthusiastic individual who will work well in a challenging, fast paced, progressive environment. He/she will assist the Joint VP and CFO in ensuring financial objectives are met through strategic planning, budgeting, financial reporting, long term operational and capital planning, revenue optimization and expenditure control functions.
As a member and leader of the Finance Team, this position works in collaboration with clinical and non-clinical leadership. He/she is responsible for ensuring the efficient operation and supervision of all resource aspects of the Finance work team in all three organizations. He/she is expected to exercise sound judgment, tact and to demonstrate exceptional levels of customer service to other departments by providing professional expertise, advice and assistance as required. This role will be required to achieve the goals and objectives of the Finance Department in alignment with the Vision, Mission and Values of each organization.
This role will ensure that the strategic and operational plans and control functions are in place to operate effectively and efficiently within the operational and capital resources available. The incumbent will also provide coaching to stakeholders and enabling business partner cultures in a climate of very complex fiscal challenges. As a business partner, the Regional Director, Finance will support and improve business performance across the organizations, and provide operational leadership to the leadership teams, in the areas of Finance and Materials Management. This role will assist the Joint VP and CFO in providing innovative leadership and direction on further opportunities for integration throughout the Central West region, ultimately enabling a more seamless care delivery system for patients and their families.
  • Maintain the integrity of each organization’s financial planning, reporting and analysis processes, procedures, and outcomes.
  • Advise leadership of opportunities and risks impacting business and investment performance, including recommended solutions.
  • Collaborate with leadership teams to establish long-range operational and capital plans, annual business plan, forecasts and budgets.
  • Lead the delivery of the executive reporting packages, financial reports to program units, and all relevant financial reporting to the LHIN and the Ministry of Health.
  • Provide leadership in the areas of controllership/accounting to ensure the efficient and effective delivery of all accounting functions and services including oversight of financial audits, provisions of recommendations for procedural improvements and treasury functions.
  • Establishes and maintains strong relationships with stakeholders including but not limited to working with management, physicians, staff, auditors, banks, investment managers and vendors.
  • Explore opportunities to improve the quality and the value of the data, and the information being collected; and apply a more unified and streamlined approach in finance/business services across the organizations to create opportunities for innovation and the development of a greater business partner culture.
  • Foster delivery of innovation and best practice solutions in all aspects of the portfolio.
  • Manage financial and employee resources to support the achievement of goals and objectives.
  • Gauge customer service/patient satisfaction levels, responding to broadly impacting customer/patient service issues.
  • Develop and establish excellent relationships with the Foundations who support the respective organizations.
  • Lead staff within the Finance portfolio, including hiring, performance management and succession planning.
  • Work closely and effectively with all people external to the three organizations and the CWLHIN. This includes the continued development of excellent relationships with business partners, the LHIN, educational partners, and other stakeholders in healthcare.
  • Provide support and leadership to the senior teams, program/service leaders, and related working committees across all three organizations on major capital acquisitions, new technologies, and any major changes to the principles within their own portfolio.
  • Work with the CFO and funding authorities to identify new funding opportunities for new programs or projects outside the scope of budgeted or strategic plans that have impact across the organizations and the Central West health system.
  • Establish rapport and respectful relationships built on trust with other leadership team members, physician leads, the medical community, finance and materials management teams and the communities served by CWCCAC, Headwaters and Osler.
  • CPA designation
  • Master's degree in business administration, accounting, or finance an asset
  • Knowledge of health systems and planning at the provincial, LHIN and local levels
  • Great capacity to think strategically to link team priorities to organizational priorities and drive results
  • Excellent business leadership and acumen, including experience and deep understanding of business and financial concepts.
  • Strong visionary with an energetic strategic leadership approach with the ability to coach, mentor and develop others
  • An energetic and proactive systems thinker with strong relationship management, communication and organizational skills
  • Ability to impact and influence key decision makers, working across organizational and cross-functional boundaries
  • Strong business acumen (including proficiency with business/case development) with an ability to maintain a strategic perspective at the system level
  • Demonstrates effective communication skills that are evidenced by exceptional one on one and group communication as well as strong negotiation, consensus building and conflict resolution skills;
  • Known for, and demonstrates, an ability to coach, mentor and build effective teams.
  • Demonstrated ability to work in an exciting, fast paced, fast changing environment
APPLY ON OR BEFORE: Monday November 23, 2015
POSTED: Monday November 16, 2015

Interested applicants are requested to apply directly to the William Osler Health System, Career Section https://recruit.williamoslerhs.ca/eRecruit/ with a current resume.
Registered Nurse, Emergency Department (Temporary Part-Time)

The Registered Nurse is accountable and responsible for the provision of general and specialized nursing duties and work assignments on a daily basis, according to the standards of Nursing Practice of the College of Nurses of Ontario, and approved standards of care of the Corporation.

The successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:
  • Current certification with the College of Nurses of Ontario
  • Current certification CTAS training/experience (preferred)
  • Minimum 2 years of current Emergency Room experience (preferred)
  • CTAS Triage Certified in 6 months (preferred)
  • Medical Directives certification in 6 months
  • ACLS certification and experience
  • BIPAP/Vent training to be completed in 6 months
  • Delegated Controlled Act – Defibrillation
  • IV Therapy initiation and maintenance (Parenteral Therapy)
  • Trauma Management course (TNCC) or equivalent (preferred)
  • Coronary Care course – Level 1 or equivalent
  • Critical Care or Emergency Room courses (asset)
  • Able to work independently under medical directives
  • Experience with pediatrics (preferred)
  • Required to be cross trained in the ICU department and regularly scheduled
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Demonstrated critical thinking decision making skills
To confidentially explore this opportunity, please e-mail your resume and cover letter quoting job number N-4470-15 to hr@headwatershealth.ca

While we appreciate all resumes, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
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