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Project Manager with Integrated Assessment Record -IAR

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    Our Public Sector Client in the Healthcare domain is looking for a Project Manager with extensive knowledge and experience of the Integrated Assessment Record (IAR) and its application specifically in the Community Mental Health & Addictions and other community care sectors.

    In addition to your IAR background, you bring forward the following attributes:
    •Demonstrated experience with implementation methodologies and processes related to the community health care sector
    •Demonstrated experience in applying technical solutions to address business objectives in the integration and management of data
    •Understanding of and or experience with the maintenance of information standards involving multiple stakeholders
    •Stakeholder Relationship Management
    •Superior consultation, negotiation, and consensus-building skills to work collaboratively and build consensus with internal and external stakeholders and business partners
    •Excellent communication and problem-solving skills, exceptional judgment, political acuity and demonstrated ability to manage expectations and resolve major obstacles and conflicts.
    •Project Management
    •Demonstrated experience managing complex projects with a demonstrated track record of delivering successful business outcomes
    •Strong working knowledge of project management methodologies and standards (e.g. PMP designation, PMBOK) and tools (e.g. MS Project) to be able to successfully deliver projects within the approved plan, scope, and budget

    The Senior Project Manager/Leader
    Description
    The Senior Project Manager is required to provide management skills to lead the IAR initiative. The IAR tool provides a central repository for clinical assessment data collected from multiple community care sectors and allows authorized Health Service Providers (HSP) within the circle of care to upload, view and share patients’ assessment information in a secure and timely manner. The IAR enables collaborative care planning as well as enhanced communication between the HSPs.

    Assessment’s data maintained within the IAR include:
    · Ontario Common Assessment of Need (OCAN)
    · interRAI Community Health Assessment (CHA)
    · interRAI Preliminary Screener (PS)
    · interRAI Home Care (HC)
    · interRAI Contact Assessment (CA)
    · interRAI Mental Health (MH)
    · interRAI Child and Youth Mental Health (ChYMH)
    · Staged Screening and Assessment (SS&A)
    · Global Appraisal of Individual Needs – Short Screener (GAIN-SS)
    · Modified Mini Screener (MMS) for adults
    · Problem Oriented Screening Instrument for Teens (POSIT)
    · Global Appraisal of Individual Needs Quick3 Motivational Interviewing Ontario (GAIN Q3 MI ONT)
    · RAI Minimum Data Set (MDS) 2.0

    The IAR tool provides a central repository for clinical assessment data collected from multiple community care sectors and allows authorized Health Service Providers (HSP) within the circle of care to upload, view and share patients’ assessment information in a secure and timely manner. The IAR enables collaborative care planning as well as enhanced communication between the HSPs.





    Advantages
    This is a great opportunity to help build a strong healthcare system in Ontario where the Sr Project Manager is required to provide management skills to lead the IAR initiative. The IAR tool provides a central repository for clinical assessment data collected from multiple community care sectors and allows authorized HSPs within the circle of care to upload, view, and share patients’ assessment information in a secure and timely manner. The IAR enables collaborative care planning as well as enhanced communication between the HSPs.

    Responsibilities
    Responsibilities:

    The IAR Project Manager/Lead will be required to deliver Stakeholder Engagement and Communication as follows:
    1.Increase the usage of IAR by HSP while ensuring operational priorities align with the government’s objectives for evidence-based patient care planning and management;
    2.Provide expertise, strategic advice, and support Ontario Health to ensure effective approaches and plans are in place to support project success;
    3.Develop, update and maintain the project schedule, budget, governance structure, and risk documents to support the overall maintenance and delivery of IAR functionality enhancements;
    4.Provide leadership and oversight to IAR operational resources tasked with supporting IAR functionality enhancements, including providing overall guidance, support, training, and knowledge transfer as needed;
    5.Provide recommendations/technical solutions to address business objectives to current and future initiatives;
    6.Provide expertise and advice regarding business issues potentially impacting the IAR operational plan, day to day operations and other strategic initiatives. Develop and implement recommendations to resolve issues in support of operational delivery, timelines, scope, and budget;
    7.Support implemented HSP in an operational environment and monitor the day-to-day operational activities to ensure the continued use of IAR through assessment standards, service level objectives, and industry best practices.
    8.Support the use of industry best practices regarding release management, change management, incident management, problem management, privacy and security breach management for the IAR operational environment; and
    9.Work with other areas within Ontario Health, Health Information network Providers (HINP) and the IAR governance structure to review and discuss issues, seek approval on new requests and to provide reports related to the operational activities, and other key deliverables.



    Qualifications
    Experience and Skill Set Requirements
    CriteriaDetailsCriterion Maximum Rating
    1.Business experience· 5 years experience with the Integrated Assessment Record (IAR) and its application specifically in the community mental health & addictions and other community care sectors20%
    2.Business experience· 10-year experience implementing methodologies and processes related to the community health care sector15%
    3.Business experience· Demonstrated experience in applying technical solutions to address business objectives in the integration and management of data10%
    4.Business experience· Experience with the maintenance of information standards involving multiple stakeholders10%
    5.Stakeholder Management· Superior consultation, negotiation, and consensus building skills to work collaboratively and build consensus with internal and external stakeholders and business partners10%
    6.Stakeholder· Excellent communication and problem-solving skills, exceptional judgement, political acuity and demonstrated ability to manage expectations and resolve major obstacles and conflicts.10%
    7.Project Management· Demonstrated experience managing complex projects with a demonstrated track record of delivering successful business outcomes15%
    8.Project Management· Strong working knowledge of project management methodologies and standards (e.g. PMP designation, PMBOK) and tools (e.g. MS Project) to be able to successful deliver projects within approved plan, scope, and budget10%


    Summary
    Extensive knowledge and experience of the Integrated Assessment Record (IAR) and its the application specifically in the Community Mental Health & Addictions and other community care sectors:
    ·Demonstrated experience with implementation methodologies and processes related to the community health care sector
    ·Demonstrated experience in applying technical solutions to address business objectives in the integration and management of data
    ·Understanding of and or experience with the maintenance of information standards involving multiple stakeholders
    Stakeholder Relationship Management
    ·Superior consultation, negotiation, and consensus-building skills to work collaboratively and build consensus with internal and external stakeholders and business partners
    ·Excellent communication and problem-solving skills, exceptional judgement, political acuity and demonstrated ability to manage expectations and resolve major obstacles and conflicts.
    Project Management
    ·Demonstrated experience managing complex projects with a demonstrated track record of delivering successful business outcomes
    ·Strong working knowledge of project management methodologies and standards (e.g. PMP designation, PMBOK) and tools (e.g. MS Project) to be able to successful deliver projects within approved plan, scope, and budget



    Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.

    Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.
    Our Public Sector Client in the Healthcare domain is looking for a Project Manager with extensive knowledge and experience of the Integrated Assessment Record (IAR) and its application specifically in the Community Mental Health & Addictions and other community care sectors.

    In addition to your IAR background, you bring forward the following attributes:
    •Demonstrated experience with implementation methodologies and processes related to the community health care sector
    •Demonstrated experience in applying technical solutions to address business objectives in the integration and management of data
    •Understanding of and or experience with the maintenance of information standards involving multiple stakeholders
    •Stakeholder Relationship Management
    •Superior consultation, negotiation, and consensus-building skills to work collaboratively and build consensus with internal and external stakeholders and business partners
    •Excellent communication and problem-solving skills, exceptional judgment, political acuity and demonstrated ability to manage expectations and resolve major obstacles and conflicts.
    •Project Management
    •Demonstrated experience managing complex projects with a demonstrated track record of delivering successful business outcomes
    •Strong working knowledge of project management methodologies and standards (e.g. PMP designation, PMBOK) and tools (e.g. MS Project) to be able to successfully deliver projects within the approved plan, scope, and budget

    The Senior Project Manager/Leader
    Description
    The Senior Project Manager is required to provide management skills to lead the IAR initiative. The IAR tool provides a central repository for clinical assessment data collected from multiple community care sectors and allows authorized Health Service Providers (HSP) within the circle of care to upload, view and share patients’ assessment information in a secure and timely manner. The IAR enables collaborative care planning as well as enhanced communication between the HSPs.

    Assessment’s data maintained within the IAR include:
    · Ontario Common Assessment of Need (OCAN)
    · interRAI Community Health Assessment (CHA)
    · interRAI Preliminary Screener (PS)
    · interRAI Home Care (HC)
    · interRAI Contact Assessment (CA)
    · interRAI Mental Health (MH)
    · interRAI Child and Youth Mental Health (ChYMH)
    · Staged Screening and Assessment (SS&A)
    · Global Appraisal of Individual Needs – Short Screener (GAIN-SS)
    · Modified Mini Screener (MMS) for adults
    · Problem Oriented Screening Instrument for Teens (POSIT)
    · Global Appraisal of Individual Needs Quick3 Motivational Interviewing Ontario (GAIN Q3 MI ONT)
    · RAI Minimum Data Set (MDS) 2.0

    The IAR tool provides a central repository for clinical assessment data collected from multiple community care sectors and allows authorized Health Service Providers (HSP) within the circle of care to upload, view and share patients’ assessment information in a secure and timely manner. The IAR enables collaborative care planning as well as enhanced communication between the HSPs.





    Advantages
    This is a great opportunity to help build a strong healthcare system in Ontario where the Sr Project Manager is required to provide management skills to lead the IAR initiative. The IAR tool provides a central repository for clinical assessment data collected from multiple community care sectors and allows authorized HSPs within the circle of care to upload, view, and share patients’ assessment information in a secure and timely manner. The IAR enables collaborative care planning as well as enhanced communication between the HSPs.

    Responsibilities
    Responsibilities:

    The IAR Project Manager/Lead will be required to deliver Stakeholder Engagement and Communication as follows:
    1.Increase the usage of IAR by HSP while ensuring operational priorities align with the government’s objectives for evidence-based patient care planning and management;
    2.Provide expertise, strategic advice, and support Ontario Health to ensure effective approaches and plans are in place to support project success;
    3.Develop, update and maintain the project schedule, budget, governance structure, and risk documents to support the overall maintenance and delivery of IAR functionality enhancements;
    4.Provide leadership and oversight to IAR operational resources tasked with supporting IAR functionality enhancements, including providing overall guidance, support, training, and knowledge transfer as needed;
    5.Provide recommendations/technical solutions to address business objectives to current and future initiatives;
    6.Provide expertise and advice regarding business issues potentially impacting the IAR operational plan, day to day operations and other strategic initiatives. Develop and implement recommendations to resolve issues in support of operational delivery, timelines, scope, and budget;
    7.Support implemented HSP in an operational environment and monitor the day-to-day operational activities to ensure the continued use of IAR through assessment standards, service level objectives, and industry best practices.
    8.Support the use of industry best practices regarding release management, change management, incident management, problem management, privacy and security breach management for the IAR operational environment; and
    9.Work with other areas within Ontario Health, Health Information network Providers (HINP) and the IAR governance structure to review and discuss issues, seek approval on new requests and to provide reports related to the operational activities, and other key deliverables.



    Qualifications
    Experience and Skill Set Requirements
    CriteriaDetailsCriterion Maximum Rating
    1.Business experience· 5 years experience with the Integrated Assessment Record (IAR) and its application specifically in the community mental health & addictions and other community care sectors20%
    2.Business experience· 10-year experience implementing methodologies and processes related to the community health care sector15%
    3.Business experience· Demonstrated experience in applying technical solutions to address business objectives in the integration and management of data10%
    4.Business experience· Experience with the maintenance of information standards involving multiple stakeholders10%
    5.Stakeholder Management· Superior consultation, negotiation, and consensus building skills to work collaboratively and build consensus with internal and external stakeholders and business partners10%
    6.Stakeholder· Excellent communication and problem-solving skills, exceptional judgement, political acuity and demonstrated ability to manage expectations and resolve major obstacles and conflicts.10%
    7.Project Management· Demonstrated experience managing complex projects with a demonstrated track record of delivering successful business outcomes15%
    8.Project Management· Strong working knowledge of project management methodologies and standards (e.g. PMP designation, PMBOK) and tools (e.g. MS Project) to be able to successful deliver projects within approved plan, scope, and budget10%


    Summary
    Extensive knowledge and experience of the Integrated Assessment Record (IAR) and its the application specifically in the Community Mental Health & Addictions and other community care sectors:
    ·Demonstrated experience with implementation methodologies and processes related to the community health care sector
    ·Demonstrated experience in applying technical solutions to address business objectives in the integration and management of data
    ·Understanding of and or experience with the maintenance of information standards involving multiple stakeholders
    Stakeholder Relationship Management
    ·Superior consultation, negotiation, and consensus-building skills to work collaboratively and build consensus with internal and external stakeholders and business partners
    ·Excellent communication and problem-solving skills, exceptional judgement, political acuity and demonstrated ability to manage expectations and resolve major obstacles and conflicts.
    Project Management
    ·Demonstrated experience managing complex projects with a demonstrated track record of delivering successful business outcomes
    ·Strong working knowledge of project management methodologies and standards (e.g. PMP designation, PMBOK) and tools (e.g. MS Project) to be able to successful deliver projects within approved plan, scope, and budget



    Randstad Canada is committed to fostering a workforce reflective of all peoples of Canada. As a result, we are committed to developing and implementing strategies to increase the equity, diversity and inclusion within the workplace by examining our internal policies, practices, and systems throughout the entire lifecycle of our workforce, including its recruitment, retention and advancement for all employees. In addition to our deep commitment to respecting human rights, we are dedicated to positive actions to affect change to ensure everyone has full participation in the workforce free from any barriers, systemic or otherwise, especially equity-seeking groups who are usually underrepresented in Canada's workforce, including those who identify as women or non-binary/gender non-conforming; Indigenous or Aboriginal Peoples; persons with disabilities (visible or invisible) and; members of visible minorities, racialized groups and the LGBTQ2+ community.

    Randstad Canada is committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible workplace for all its candidates and employees by supporting their accessibility and accommodation needs throughout the employment lifecycle. We ask that all job applications please identify any accommodation requirements by sending an email to accessibility@randstad.ca to ensure their ability to fully participate in the interview process.