The Baycrest Innovation Engine develops, evaluates and transfers new practices, knowledge and products from our health sciences platform to the division at Baycrest responsible for bringing products to market, and has a system-wide impact on care delivery, quality of life and health and wellness.
Baycrest, a world-class leader in innovation in aging, provides care through a unique continuum of care system ranging from wellness programs, residential housing and outpatient clinics to a 472-bed nursing home, and a 300 bed complex continuing care facility.
Baycrest, a world-class leader in innovation in aging, provides care through a unique continuum of care system ranging from wellness programs, residential housing and outpatient clinics to a 472-bed nursing home, and a 300- bed hospital that includes both Acute and Complex Continuing Care.
A strategic focus of Baycrest is to be a workplace of choice - where we attract, develop and retain the most talented and committed leaders and staff, a workplace that supports and encourages an environment where our people can excel and achieve their personal best.
The Baycrest Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation (‘LRI’) team has an opportunity for an
who will be responsible for coordinating, planning, implementing and evaluating interprofessional clinical training and education activities. Reporting to the Manager, Baycrest Centre for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care, the Interprofessional Educators provide expertise in interprofessional clinical training and education, and deliver educational programs to staff and trainees.
Non-Union – 70 hours bi-weekly (1.0 F.T.E.)
Full Time Temporary (Approximately 3 years)
- Coordinating/delivering interprofessional clinical education programs to staff and trainees; some travel required.
- Conducting training, assessing progress and reporting regularly to the Manager and Baycrest Executive sponsors.
- Working collaboratively with the Manager, Steering Committee members, and advisory board members in establishing a program framework for the Inter-provider Learning Unit (‘ILU’) and Core Course.
- Preparing and presenting the Centre’s educational initiatives to various stakeholders.
- Planning, implementing and evaluating educational strategies that support and promote the goals of the Centre for LRI.
- Engaging in scholarly activities, such as presentations and publications.
- Participating in guiding external visitors through the ILU.
- Participating in the coordination of a core course in long-term care/geriatrics, an annual Long-Term Care conference, a summer institute for trainees and intensive mentorships.
- Working collaboratively with the Manager and Steering Committee members in coordinating a teaching curriculum for the ILU and for external long-term care homes.
- Participating in the coordination of the research, evaluation and innovation components of the Centre for LRI.
- Participating and engaging the Centre for LRI Advisory Board and Baycrest Executive sponsors and keeping them informed of the educational program offerings in the ILU
- Maintaining records and statistics related to skill training and certification.
- Consulting with staff and trainees to assess their current and future interprofessional learning needs while developing and coordinating sessions to meet these needs.
Quality Management and Best Practice Integration
- Participating in the continuous improvement of services and operations.
- Promoting concepts of best practice guidelines through articulation of knowledge skills and attitudes required for health care providers within an interprofessional practice environment and integrating research into practice to ensure best practice standards are maintained.
- Ensuring practices and processes are in accordance with legislative, regulatory and professional standards/requirements.
- Master’s degree in a health care discipline.
- Registered and in good standing with their college or equivalent
- Certificate in gerontology is an asset.
- Three (3) years related experience as an educator.
- Health Disciplines background is required.
- Long Term Care experience
- Experience working with regulated and unregulated care providers.
- Advanced clinical skills in gerontology.
- Knowledge of the quality and related reporting requirements under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, Local Health System Integration Act (i.e. the performance obligations and indicators needed to support Baycrest’s Hospital Service Accountability Agreement (‘HSAA’), the Excellent Care for All Act and other pertinent legislation and regulations.
- Excellent knowledge of curriculum design and program evaluation.
- Proficiency in the Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, Outlook, Project and PowerPoint.
- Strong analytical and quantitative skills.
- Strong group facilitation and debriefing skills
- Effective stakeholder engagement, interpersonal skills and communication skills, and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization,
- Superior verbal, written, listening and presentation communication skills.
- Ability to influence and establish credibility with individuals at all levels of the organization, challenging the status quo and being a catalyst for positive change.
- Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills.
- Ability to direct and motivate team and others and to distill complex information into clear, concise messages.
- Demonstrated ability to develop and deliver training.
- Excellent organizational, planning and time management skills, and the ability to manage multiple, often competing priorities.
- Strong analytical, problem-solving, negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
- Customer-focused in defining quality and establishing priorities.
- Demonstrated commitment to process improvement.
- Demonstrated advanced facilitation skills
- Demonstrated expertise and ability to apply, teach, coach and mentor individuals and teams.
- Demonstrated commitment to achieving results through collaboration.
- Demonstrated success in establishing, leading and maintaining positive change through quality improvement initiatives.
- Ability to work with a range of professional disciplines and levels of staff across the organization.
As staff we all share in maintaining a safe care environment for clients, families, and visitors and a safe work environment for staff, students/researchers, physicians and volunteers.
Baycrest is committed to providing accessible employment practices that are in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (‘AODA’). If you require accommodation for disability during any stage of the recruitment process, please notify Human Resources at (416) 785-2500, ext. 2961.
Please apply online at: http://baycrest-hospital-openhire.silkroad.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.dspjob&jobid=32&company_id=30045&jobboardid=1713