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Halton Healthcare (Halton Healthcare Services Corporation) is a regional healthcare organization located in the Greater Toronto Area. It is composed of three community hospitals in Ontario, Canada. It serves the communities of Milton, Oakville, and Halton Hills. The three hospitals serve over 350,000 residents. As at 2017/18, Halton Healthcare has 4,022 staff, 1,750 volunteers and 350 physicians. It falls within the boundaries of the Mississauga-Halton Local Health Integration Network.

Halton Healthcare Job Opportunities & Application Process

Halton Healthcare is applying for open positions almost every season: it does not require much qualification for some positions, but in many positions experience and quality are at the forefront. Even though the completion level of the graduation is not expected at the entry level, there is a expectation of graduation for higher-level positions requiring proficiency.
If you meet these requirements, you should apply to the relevant position and wait for the result of the application.

Unit Clerk

This is what you’ll be doing:

The successful candidate will assist with all clerical functions necessary for the smooth operation of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging including patient reception and registration, order entry, film and report filing, telephone reception, bookings, and communication with physicians, staff, patients and visitors. Other cross-functional duties as required.

This is what you’ll need to do it:

Halton Healthcare endeavors to hire individuals who are competent in their chosen profession and who exemplify our mission, vision and values of accountability, respect and compassion which guide our individual behaviours and attitudes.

  • One (1) year recent relevant clerical experience in a healthcare setting required OR recent Medical Office Administration diploma from a recognized post-secondary institution required
  • Medical Terminology Certificate required
  • A minimum of 30 wpm typing speed required
  • Must have fast and accurate computer data entry skills
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office applications including Outlook, Word and Excel
  • Must be able to prioritize workload and function independently in a busy environment
  • Demonstrate excellent interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Must have a strong command of the English language to communicate effectively, understand verbal and written instructions and to read and write effectively
  • Demonstrate strong customer service skills and the ability to diplomatically respond to patients, physicians, staff, patient and family in a demanding work environment
  • Satisfactory employment record and good attendance record required

The ideal candidate is strong in patient centred care in a dynamic, rapidly changing environment and should be ready to drive change and innovation. We require a person with good communication skills with a clear patient focus with the ability to foster teamwork and cooperation.

Organizational Development (OD) Consultant

The Organizational Development (OD) Consultant is the first point of contact for front-line employees and managers on OD-related inquiries and issues. This role supports internal clients to define, create and sustain performance improvement solutions and interventions that enhance the overall organizational effectiveness by building collective and individual capacity and capabilities.

The OD Consultant is responsible for implementing initiatives that foster employee engagement, develop employee functioning and build organizational and team effectiveness alignment with organizational strategic plans and competencies and participates in cross-functional and/or corporate-wide initiatives. These initiatives could be delivered through a variety of mediums including in-person facilitation, electronic formats (e.g. learning management systems), etc.

Key Responsibilities:

Intervention Development and Implementation

  • Partner with internal stakeholders including, but not limited to, Human Resources and front-line leadership, conduct needs assessments and root cause analyses to determine the focus, scope and desired outcomes of intervention activities
  • Develop innovative and evidence-based solutions focusing on creating positive and effective work environments at department and program levels and support solutions at the organization-wide level
  • Contribute to the research, design, development and implementation of tactics and interventions that may include work relationship development and management, specific program design and implementations and HR applications and processes
  • Identify and apply approaches and/or interventions to improve effectiveness of the organization and its people including evaluation of effectiveness and results

Program Initiatives

  • Support the identification, development and implementation of program and department level initiatives that are aligned with the organization’s strategic plan
  • Research and evaluate systems in the organization to understand functions and/or goals of the systems in the organization
  • Partner with internal and external stakeholders on OD-related tactics that are part of significant initiatives with organization-wide implications including Performance Appraisals, Leadership Development, Patient Experience, Recognition and Employee Engagement programs, etc.
  • Develop, maintain and evaluate OD programs, both department-level and organization-wide, including financial (tuition) assistance, succession planning, engagement strategies, change management, leadership and employee development programs, tools, and resources, etc.
  • Provide group facilitations for strategic planning sessions, health workplace, task forces and project teams
  • Engage in peer-to-peer mentorship activities
  • Monitor best practices and identify trends in the field of Organizational Development and Human Resources in health care by networking with other hospitals, joining industry associations, etc. and find opportunities to partner with and learn from health care leaders

OD Metrics and Evaluation

  • Support the identification of metrics related to the implementation of OD programs and initiatives and ensure the collection of those metrics
  • Provide overall analyses of identified metrics and report on them in various forums (e.g. the annual Quality Report, huddles, etc.)
  • Utilize metric analyses to ensure the effectiveness, improvement and alignment to organizational strategy of OD programs and initiatives and make recommendations for change as appropriate

Candidate Profile:

Halton Healthcare endeavors to hire individuals who are competent in their chosen profession and who exemplify our mission, vision and values of accountability, respect and compassion which guide our individual behaviours and attitudes.

  • Undergraduate degree in a related discipline (e.g. Organizational Development or Human Resources, Adult Education, Instructional Design, etc.) required
  • Related certification is an asset (e.g. Adult Education, Instructional Design, etc.)
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Human Resources professional with experience in change management, relationship management, project management, consulting (process and execution), employee engagement, competency development and facilitation
  • Healthcare experience is preferred
  • Practical understanding and experience in real world application of best practice methodologies and approaches for learning, organizational development, leadership development, coaching, diversity, work/life efficiency, and conflict management
  • Knowledge of appropriate resources, techniques and approaches for addressing organization learning needs, change management concepts, adult learning principles, diversity and needs assessments
  • Excellent communications skills (both written and verbal) as well as interpersonal skills to manage stakeholder and client relationships internal and external to the organization
  • Demonstrated project management skills and the ability to prioritize multiple tasks and deliver results in a changing environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project and Visio) and familiarity with learning management systems and eLearning content development including authoring tools

Business Operations Consultant (BOC)

This is what you’ll be doing:

The Business Operations Consultant (BOC) is an expert financial analyst that provides leadership and support across the organization particularly in the areas of financial reporting, variance analysis, financial planning and budgeting. This role is responsible for coordinating the evaluation and analysis of corporate and programmatic performance data. A BOC supports a portfolio of programs within the organization by providing thoughtful and constructive guidance and reporting around a variety of financial performance issues including, but not limited to: financial planning, financial reporting guidelines; benchmarking and efficiency analyses; statistics and key performance indicators. This position also adds value through knowledge building, bringing into the organization external information in the areas of performance measurement and financial reporting and recommending how the organization can integrate these and ensure optimal performance.

This is what you’ll need to do it:

Halton Healthcare endeavors to hire individuals who are competent in their chosen profession and who exemplify our mission, vision and values of accountability, respect and compassion which guide our individual behaviours and attitudes.

  • Undergraduate degree with a professional accounting designation (CPA);
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in a financial reporting role;
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills;
  • Hospital experience, particularly in the area of finance, reporting, statistics, case costing, Meditech and MIS/OCDM would be a definite asset;
  • Familiarity with provincial government and other healthcare agencies (e.g. CIHI), funding formulas, abstracting and coding systems and methodologies preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to prioritize workload and function in a changing and sometimes demanding work environment;
  • Exceptional organizational and time management skills;
  • Strong analytical thinking;
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently;
  • Satisfactory employment and attendance record;

 Discharge Planner

The Social Work and Patient Flow team consists of staff that provide scope of practice social work and discharge planning for all four sites of Halton Healthcare (including the Burlington Satellite Dialysis Program), and patient flow to the Oakville site only.

This is what you’ll be doing:

The successful candidate will work within a fast-paced environment as a collaborative team member of an interdisciplinary team. Using critical thinking and working with the interdisciplinary team, the Discharge Planner collaboratively formulates, facilitates and coordinates discharge plans focused on the needs and goals of the patient and their family system. The Discharge planner understands the Flow and Capacity challenges of a hospital system and works to achieve that the patients are in the right place, at the right time, receiving the right care.

  • Coordination, formulation/development, documentation, and implementation of care plan for hospital discharge and safe transition back to community or institutional setting.
  • Identification of both short and long term goals to ensure/enhance continuity of care for patient/family.
  • Ensure plan is communicated to all stakeholders and that appropriate referrals have been processed and received
  • Ensure that patient and/or SDM understands the discharge plan and has the relevant contact information for community partners.
  • Ensure efficient use of hospital and community resources
  • Early identification of patients requiring complex discharge planning case management through high risk screening criteria, bullet rounds and referrals.
  • Planning which is a dynamic process and involves continuous review and communication of potential plans and time lines in partnership with the multidisciplinary team, client/SDM, family, and community agencies/facilities.
  • Facilitation of safe patient discharge through: ongoing assessment, case coordination and development of appropriate discharge plan. Included but not limited to: patient/family education; referral and completion of application to specialized treatment programs; coordination of family meetings; coordination of legal/financial capacity or SDM issues including potential PGT involvement. Participation in daily bullet rounds, twice weekly Joint Discharge Operations – JDO- meetings and (where appropriate) weekly multidisciplinary team rounds. Ongoing review and monitoring of ALC designation and discussion with SDM, family and patients regarding HHS DCP policy and related copayments; ongoing re-evaluation of discharge plan especially if other special needs identified, e.g. significant behavioral/psychiatric concerns.
  • Advocate to identify gaps in services, need for individualized program consideration and system level changes required to meet changing needs of patient population.

This is what you’ll need to do it:

Halton Healthcare endeavors to hire individuals who are competent in their chosen profession and who exemplify our mission, vision and values of accountability, respect and compassion which guide our individual behaviours and attitudes.

  • BScN or BSW or MSW required
  • Current registration and membership in good standing with respective regulated College (OCSWSSW, ONA)
  • 2-5 year clinical experience in an acute care hospital setting
  • Minimum of three years, including community work and/or gerontology, discharge planning
  • Current knowledge of community resources and initiative to proactively search for new resources
  • Experience with legislation that governs Public Hospitals (Public Hospitals Act, Substitute Decisions Act, Consent to Treatment Act, etc.)
  • Demonstrated extensive knowledge base of resources in the public and private sector, and medical and clinical language and procedures.
  • Extensive knowledge of how to effectively serve an increasingly aging and diverse population with complex medical, functional, cognitive and psychosocial needs
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the impact of social determinants of health on discharge planning, hospital LOS, Patient Flow and hospital system capacity
  • Expert communication, collaboration, organizational and problem solving skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as with an interdisciplinary team
  • Demonstrated ability to set priorities
  • Skilled working with a broad range of client groups and their significant supports
  • Satisfactory employment and attendance record

Work Facts of Halton Healthcare

Age Requirement:

  • 16 years old

Halton Healthcare Working Hours

  • Varies by position and department.

Open Positions:

  • Registered Nurse – Nursing Resource Team NEW, Executive Assistant, Registered Nurse, Registered Practical Nurse,  Helper, Discharge Planner, Registered Nurse Temporary Full-Time Outpatient Mental Health, MDR Technician Temp. Part-Time- Oakville, Clerk II Temporary Part Time Laboratory

Halton Healthcare Printable Application Form

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