BC Children's Hospital (BCCH) cares for the province's most acutely ill or injured children and youth, provides developmental and rehabilitation services to children and youth throughout BC, and offers a broad range of health services. Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children (SHHC), a leading provincial facility offering specialized services to children and youth with developmental disabilities from birth to age 19, works collaboratively with BCCH. SHHC focuses on the child and their family while supporting health care professionals in their community. BCCH also operates a wide number of specialized health programs, is a leading acute care teaching facility, and conducts research to advance health and care through the Child and Family Research Institute and in partnership with the University of British Columbia.
BCCH is an Agency of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA) which plans, manages and evaluates specialty and province-wide health care services across BC. PHSA embodies values that reflect a commitment to excellence. These include: Patients first • Best value • Results matter • Excellence through knowledge • Open to possibilities.
Administrative Supervisor - Neuromotor/Acute Rehab Program
Reference # 30322
Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children
Reporting to the Business Operations Managers, the Administrative Supervisor is responsible for a variety of administrative and operational functions, related to the daily operations of Child Health programs. The position supervises designated staff, including scheduling, authorizing requests, providing functional/resource direction and guidance, and overall performance management. As a member of the Child Health Administrative team, and in collaboration with the Senior Directors, Business Operations Managers and Program Managers, the position completes special projects related to business process redesign and overall continuous quality improvements across programs.
A level of education, training, and experience equivalent to grade 12 education or higher, and secretarial or business training, plus a minimum of five years related experience as an administrator, co-ordinator or supervisor.
Proven leadership experiences in a management role including successful management of staff in a unionized environment. Demonstrated capability of maintaining high level of effectiveness and performance under pressure.
Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively and tactfully with individuals at all levels, both internal and external to PHSA, C&W and UBC. Ability to work independently, plan, organize, coordinate, prioritize and meet deadlines. Advanced level of computer proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and a working knowledge of PC applications. Physical ability to perform the duties of the job.
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