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Full Time Analyst, Performance & Accountability

Full Time Analyst, Performance & Accountability

Competition Number 
X.18/19.11-E
Branch 
Hamilton
Site 
HAMILTON - Office
Position Group 
Non Union
Type 
Permanent
Closing Date 
5/27/2018
Length of Term 
n/a
Hours of Work 
Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wage 
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Position Summary

Responsible for coordinating and supporting the monitoring and management of health service accountability and performance.

Core Duties - Responsibilities

  • Leads coordination of the SAA agreements with other members of the team
  • Assists with the multi-year monitoring, stakeholder engagement and legal compliance for SAA agreements
  • Provides first drafts of key documents including briefing notes, letters and board presentations
  • Assists the team in working with providers to ensure high quality data submissions. This requires working directly with agencies on submissions, understanding technical specifications, and continuous interaction
  • Assists with the implementation of Enterprise Risk Management through the identification and assessment of key system and provider risks. Works to ensure that risks are managed consistent with ERM guidelines
  • Supports the creation, development, implementation and maintenance of information scorecards (excel, access, web-based). Key support for the LHIN balanced scorecard and works with suppliers on establishing and monitoring work plans, working with staff on search and query definitions, and managing updates as data needs change
  • Assists with the planning, work plans and implementation of key corporate committees, including Quality Guidance Council and Local Partnership
  • Acts as back-up for C,P &A team and other teams as required
  • Assists with other duties as assigned
     

 

Patient Safety

  • Promotes patient safety in alignment with the Vision, Mission, Values and Strategic Directions of the LHIN
  • Works within the basic principles of patient safety by doing the right thing for the right patient, using the right method at the right time
  • Adheres to the LHIN’s patient safety policies and procedures

Qualifications

Education

  • Graduation from a recognized post-secondary institution with a degree, diploma, or certificate in administration, business management or other appropriate course

Preferred Experience

  • Demonstrated experience in successfully planning, executing and managing projects
  • Demonstrated experience and certification in quality improvement methodologies such as LEAN/Six Sigma
  • Experience in responding quickly to emerging issues and priorities
  • Excellent, demonstrated communications skills (written and oral) to effectively communicated with internal and external stakeholders
  • Advanced knowledge and experience in MS Office Professional (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint)
  • Ability to analyse and resolve office administrative and procedural problems, interpret policies and procedures
  • Ability to perform advanced mail merges, create tables, create complex formulas and develop dynamic presentations
  • Success in working in small, knowledge based teams