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Project Lead, Medical Program Transformation

Project Lead, Medical Program Transformation

Competition #: 01453063
Bargaining Unit: NON-CONTRACT
Department: IH PHY COMP & MED PROG


Position Summary
Are you a confident self-starter who enjoys handling multiple projects and developing various stakeholder relationships? Do you have a passion for creating innovative solutions to complex challenges? Interior Health is looking for a permanent full time Project Lead, Medical Program Transformation to join our team in Kelowna, B.C.! If you are interested in expanding your career opportunities and have excellent communication skills, this is the position for you!About the Role: The Project Lead, Medical Program Transformation is responsible for the development of a comprehensive plan, framework, and tools to support stakeholder engagement and project management for various Medical Affairs and Physician Compensation initiatives across programs and sites within Interior Health (IH). The Project Lead utilizes communication, facilitation, conflict management, and interpersonal skills to carry out the accountabilities. Anticipated outcomes of the work will require systems-thinking and creativity in problem solving to facilitate consensus among the group of stakeholders. The Project Lead works both independently and as part of a team; most often in an informal team leadership role. This position provides project leadership for Medical Program Transformation priority initiatives set by the Director, Medical Program Transformation and the Executive Director, Medical Affairs to ensure consistent, timely, and appropriate change management and engagement practices and processes are utilized.

The Project Lead is also responsible for supporting to Medical Leaders, Senior IH Operational Leaders, and physicians and other stakeholders involved in the portfolio’s priority initiatives. This support may include, but is not limited to: problem-solving processes, use of change and project management tools, communications, contract development, and group facilitation. A clinical background is an asset for this position.

Some Key Duties may include:
• As the Medical Affairs representative, you will partner with Operations Program Directors to understand, analyze, and design efforts to respond to the Program’s service delivery needs and challenges with the appropriate physician compensation model. This includes identification of a potential physician compensation model, potential funding sources, and leading the stakeholder team through any relevant funding application processes associated with the physician compensation change and contract development.
• Facilitates change by collaborating with the clinical operations team in the development of implementation plans, data/info requirements, performance evaluation measures, quality improvement methodology, and communication and engagement strategy to successfully implement Physician Compensation service deliverable changes and contract terms.
• Leads projects to improve efficiency and effectiveness of processes within the Medical Affairs portfolio. Ensures improvement initiatives are completed in a timely manner and result in quantifiable improvements.
• Builds upon the data analysis to engage stakeholders and provide support for new Physician Compensation model planning and initiatives including new program funding applications and changes to existing compensation models.

Interior Health offers a very attractive remuneration package and excellent career prospects await the right candidate. In addition to a competitive wage, we offer one of the best benefit packages and pension plans in Canada. In addition to Medical, Dental and Extended Health coverage, we offer paid annual vacation starting at 4 weeks (20 days) up to a maximum of 7 weeks (35 days) along with a defined employee pension plan.

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• A university degree in Business Administration, Project Management, Human Resources, Leadership, Organizational Development, Health, or another related degree.
• Five to seven years of experience relevant to the duties of this position.
• An equivalent combination of related education and experience may be considered.

* All postings with a closing date specified close at 11:59 pm PT

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