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Executive and Employee Recruiter (WORKSITE LOCATION IS FLEXIBLE)

Bring your superior recruitment experience to this exciting role! We are seeking a seasoned recruiter experienced in full cycle recruitment and creative sourcing specific to healthcare and leadership positions. The successful candidate will be client focused with exceptional relationship building and pipelining skills.

About the role:

The Executive and Employee Recruiter is accountable for designing, developing and executing full cycle executive recruitment strategies to deliver a high touch, high value sourcing and recruitment service for senior leadership positions (specifically those reporting to the Chief Executive Officer and Vice Presidents). The Executive and Employee Recruiter creates and utilizes innovative, creative and proactive professional sourcing methods to build and maintain a fresh pipeline of potential candidates. The Executive and Employee Recruiter builds strong working relationships with related IH departments including Health Human Resources Planning, Organizational Development and Career Marketing, and actively networks with external industry professionals, associations other organizations.

IMPACT:
• Developing and sustaining Interior Health (IH) recruitment capacity
• Building relationships to attract potential future talent
• A strong recruitment team that supports hiring managers in meeting their health Human Resource needs

Some key duties:

• Designs develops and implements full cycle executive recruitment strategies, tactics, processes and procedures to deliver a high touch, high value sourcing and recruitment service for senior leadership positions.

• Under direction of the Manager, establishes the long-term goals for the Executive Recruitment function, develops, and implements continuous improvement activities.

• Maintains a comprehensive knowledge of IH’s senior leader recruitment needs, and the BC healthcare sector and recruitment market.

• Works with Health Human Resource Planning to anticipate immediate, near and longer term sourcing needs, and provides expert recruitment advice and consultation to Senior Executive Team (SET) members.

• Maintains strong working relationships with the SET members, Health Human Resources Planning and Organization Development to proactively identify and fulfill current and future executive recruitment needs.

• Provides regular reports to the Manager, Director and Vice President, Human Resources regarding the status of recruitment strategies, issues and mitigation.

• Provides regular reports on recruitment activities to the Manager, Director and Vice President, Human Resources, and analyzes trends to enhance overall recruitment efforts.

• Maintains strong industry relationships to stay current on trends in competitive areas such as executive healthcare recruitment.

• Liaises and builds relationships with educational institutions, industry professionals, associations, executive recruitment agencies and other organizations to build positive relationships and maintain sources of potential applicants.

• Researches, analyzes and advises on current and emerging trends with a data driven approach; provides expert guidance on recruitment best practices.

• Leads in depth needs analysis to gain a thorough understanding of the role, the ideal candidate and develop an effective recruitment sourcing strategy.

• Leads the development of marketing strategies, working collaboratively with Career Marketing to ensure marketing strategies gain maximum exposure and target ideal candidates.

• Maintains an up-to-date pipeline of potential candidates using networking, cold calling, corporate search, social media, online tools, job fairs and other creative sourcing methods.

• Prescreens and short-lists candidates against specific role criteria and appropriateness for the role(s) determined in needs analysis. Prepares selected candidates and hiring leads for interviews including coordinating, interpreting and presenting psychometric testing results.

• Develops interview tools utilizing various behavioural, situational and competency-based questions supported by initial job analysis and testing results.

• Works with Senior Executive Assistants to organize interviews and reference checks.

• Works with Compensation to facilitate the offer process and prepares hiring managers with verbal offers.

• Monitors expenditures and hiring budgets.

• Follows up with both the successful candidate and hiring lead post hire to provide onboarding support and evaluate hiring lead and candidate experience.

• Understands, applies, and effectively communicates relevant policies and procedures (such as compensation, benefits and relocation).

• Provides full cycle, high touch recruitment to IH medical staff positions following established medical staff recruitment practices working collaboratively with medical staff leaders, Chiefs of Staff, Executive Medical Directors, and IH Administrators and Managers

• Maintains a positive and productive work environment respecting the value of a team approach to the provision of health services.

• Promotes the creation of a quality work environment.

• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Honouring Interior Health’s commitment to Truth and Reconciliation and the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (DRIPA), and Pursuant to Section 42 of the BC Human Rights Code, preferential consideration and/or hiring will be given to qualified applicants who self-identify as Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit).

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Clinical Informatics Corporate Director | Acute & Ambulatory (WORKSITE LOCATION IS FLEXIBLE)

Enjoy the satisfaction of a rewarding leadership career with Interior Health in beautiful British Columbia. We are seeking a collaborative and knowledgeable leader to join our Digital Health team as a Corporate Director, Clinical Informatics, Acute & Ambulatory. Led by a forward-thinking leadership team focused on innovation and giving people room to grow, we are looking for people who want to make a difference in the communities in which they live, work and play.

Vision, Mission & Values and Strategic Priorities

As a top 100 BC Employer, we also offer one of the best benefits packages in Canada, including Medical, Dental and Extended Health coverage, a defined pension plan and paid vacation starting at 4 weeks to a maximum of 7 weeks annually.

This position can be located in any of the beautiful communities within the Interior Health region.

For more information and to discuss this exciting opportunity further, please contact Lindsay Kikuchi, Executive Recruiter at Lindsay.Kikuchi@interiorhealth.ca.

About the Role

The Corporate Director, Clinical Informatics, Acute & Ambulatory is responsible for providing leadership for the definition, development, and implementation of strategic and tactical plans for a portfolio of clinical information systems. The Corporate Director is responsible for clinical information systems standards and clinical systems implementation throughout Interior Health (IH). In consultation with stakeholders, the Corporate Director will develop long- and short-range plans, strategies, priorities, and initiatives to support the goals and objectives of IH. The Corporate Director works in partnership with IH clinical operations leaders concerning the selection, implementation and ongoing optimization for clinical information systems and innovative solutions.

How you will make an Impact

Some key responsibilities include:

1. Develops strategic and tactical plans, goals, and objectives as they relate to clinical informatics for IH. Promotes and communicates the digital health strategy and tactical plans.

2. Develops awareness, commitment, and acceptance of emerging and innovative technologies and systems that support clinical programs and care delivery.

3. Develops operating and capital budgets for the Clinical Informatics portfolio and for clinical information systems projects.

4. Directs the activities of the Clinical Informatics portfolio, including digital health projects and transformational change management activities. Guides and mentors team members.

5. Promotes and leads new clinical software systems and technology investigation, evaluation, selection, approval, acquisition, planning, and transition.

6. Develops and fosters partnerships with key internal and external stakeholders (e.g., IH leadership groups, other Health Authorities, provincial stakeholders, and suppliers) to address requirements and issues related to clinical informatics.

7. Guides and directs teams to define information system needs, develop clinical information system project proposals, prioritize digital health initiatives, and resolve complex issues.

8. Develops policies, standards, and procedures including project planning, change management, issue management, and continuous optimization activities relating to the Clinical Informatics portfolio. This includes the review and implementation of new methodologies and operational services.

9. Selects, directs, organizes, evaluates, and, when necessary, disciplines subordinate personnel and develops and implements appropriate staff development and retention plans for clinical informatics staff.

10. Develops, implements, and monitors standards for service and performance and evaluates and effects changes as needed to improve services, simplify workflow, and assure compliance with regulatory requirements.

11. Represents IH in the digital health community by liaising with the BC Ministry of Health and other organizations, software vendors, associations related to advancements in digital health technology, and on various internal and external committees.

12. Stays current with advances in related technologies, anticipates future shifts, makes recommendations, and implements new practices and technologies as appropriate.

13. Establishes and maintains business relationships with software vendors and other external service providers, to negotiate contract terms and pricing and resolve complex and/or sensitive service issues.

14. Provides regular formal and informal reports on planning initiatives, program/service changes, key performance indicators, and outcomes.

15. Contributes to the financial objectives of IH by identifying cost-saving measures, generating revenue, and operating within approved budgets.

16. Interprets and administers collective agreements covering all bargaining unit employees; investigates and responds to routine and confidential employee issues; participates in grievance investigation and response; and attends third party hearings with the representative of the employer.

17. Performs other related duties and/or projects as required.

Honouring Interior Health’s commitment to Truth and Reconciliation and the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (DRIPA), and Pursuant to Section 42 of the BC Human Rights Code, preferential consideration and/or hiring will be given to qualified applicants who self-identify as Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit).

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