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Executive Director

Queen Square Family Health Team (QSFHT) in Brampton is one of 183 family health teams across the Province working towards a vision that all Ontarians will have timely access to high-quality, comprehensive team-based primary care in their local community. QSFHT is also a proud partner in the recently announced Brampton/Etobicoke and Area Ontario Health Team (OHT), one of the first wave of Ontario Health Teams  which will focus on creating an integrated care hub as part of the vision, which will make it easier for patients, caregivers and providers to access health and social services, care navigation and co-ordination of care.

QSFHT provides comprehensive primary health care for more than 30,000 patients through a group of 19 dedicated physicians working in partnership with a group of interdisciplinary professionals including Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Social Workers, Dieticians, a Pharmacist, an Occupational Therapist and a Chiropodist.  QSFHT works in partnership with the Queen Square Doctors Family Health Organization which is committed to serving the local community through the delivery of high-quality medical care and maintaining access to a full range of services and timely care as well as being a leader in the implementation of best clinical practice and the education of family practice residents.

The Board is seeking to recruit a passionate and collaborative leader who will support the Board in developing the strategic direction for QSFHT and provide administrative leadership and day-to-day management for the organization. Reporting directly to the Board and working closely with an active and engaged Board of Directors and a team of dedicated staff, the Executive Director will communicate both the substance and importance of the organization’s mission to the public, government and strategic partners across the healthcare community and continuously enhance the impact of FHT’s programs and services as a key facilitator and collaborator in the new Ontario Health Team paradigm.

The Executive Director is central to the successful operation of the FHT. It is a position of leadership, requiring excellent interpersonal and team building skills, planning skills and management expertise. The FHT operates within a shared administrative and clinical leadership model. In fulfilling the FHT’s mandate, the ED works in close collaboration with the Family Health Organization to ensure that primary health care objectives are achieved.

As an inspirational and inclusive organizational leader, the Executive Director will create a cohesive and unified team across the organization and bring highly visible leadership credentials and exceptional communication and relationship building skills to the role.  As a strategic thinker, the Executive Director will have a good understanding of the current and future needs of primary care and family medicine as they relate to the implementation of the Brampton/Etobicoke and Area OHT. As an accomplished consensus builder and collaborator, the Executive Director will build strong partnerships and strategic alliances with other primary care providers, hospitals and community partners.

The Executive Director will have a successful track record of six (6) or more years at the senior management level in health or public administration ideally within an integrated healthcare delivery model or primary care environment, and hold a graduate degree in health sciences, health or business administration or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. The Executive Director will possess excellent communications, public relations and interpersonal skills as well as being able to demonstrate strong analytical and conceptual skills and an acumen for quality improvement. This includes broad base experience dealing with business, finance, information technology and human resources. The Executive Director will be an accomplished team builder and team leader who can bring out the best in all members of the team and foster a culture of success through teamwork. The Executive Director will also bring strong governance experience, collaborating with and reporting to a Board of Directors. Above all, the Executive Director will be an individual who has a passion for excellence in the provision of high quality accessible primary care for all patients and families.

To express your interest in this exciting leadership position and to obtain a Position Profile, please contact Tony Woolgar, Senior Partner and Head of National Healthcare Leadership Practice at 416 902 2974 or forward your resume, in complete confidence, to tony.woolgar@lesp.ca. To learn more about the Queen Square Family Health Team please visit their web site at www.queensquarefht.ca. The closing date is February 7, 2020.

QSFHT is an equal opportunity employer and committed to hiring staff that reflect the full diversity of the communities served.

 
 

CHE Select Program

The Certified Health Executive (CHE) Program is the only leadership designation in Canada for health leaders. The CHE is aligned to the LEADS Domains which supports self-directed, life-long learning.

CHE Select intensifies the College’s role in supporting leaders in Canadian health system to define and understand their leadership and the role they play in leading systems change, it includes individual development and will also support organizational culture and systems change.

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