About The Royal:
The Royal is one of Canada’s foremost mental health care and academic health science centres. Our mandate is simple: to get more people living with mental illness into recovery faster. The Royal combines the delivery of specialized mental health care, advocacy, research and education to transform the lives of people with complex and treatment resistant mental illness
The Royal is seeking a high-energy dynamic leader to join its team as the Director, Patient Care Services for the Secure Treatment Unit (STU). Reporting to the Vice President, Patient Care Services, the Director, Patient Care Services, STU will work collaboratively as a team member with other Directors of Patient Care to ensure clinical program and inter-ministerial (MOHLTC and MCSCS) agreements, policies, procedures are upheld as they relate to the service level agreement at the Secure Treatment Unit.
Located at the Brockville Mental Health Centre the STU provides secure assessment, treatment and discharge planning to adult male offenders who have been provincially sentenced and have been diagnosed with a mental illness.
In keeping with The Royal’s interdisciplinary treatment protocol, teams at the Secure Treatment Unit provide specialized assessment and treatment in the areas of sex offending, dysfunctional anger, trauma disorders and a range of psychosocial rehabilitation modules that address individual resident needs. Throughout their time at this facility, patient treatment focuses on reduced recidivism that ultimately leads to ensuring successful reintegration into the community.
- Delivery of Patient Care Services:
- Provides leadership and direction for the clinical program.
- Ensures efficient and effective delivery of interdisciplinary services and access to patient care services
- Management of the Human Resources Functions:
- Accountable for the effective and efficient utilization of human resources with applicable collective agreements; policies and procedures; and legal requirements.
- Coaching and mentoring staff.
- Promoting and fostering a safe and healthy work environment.
- Management of Operating and Capital Budgets:
- Planning, developing and administering operating and capital budgets. Includes liaison with funding sources.
- Ensuring that the financial, performance and other information used for decision-making is reliable and adequate.
- Strategic Planning In Line with Corporate Goals:
- Ensuring development of Program Goals & Objectives in line with Corporate Goals and leads change initiatives as needed.
- Facilitating evaluation of the Program.
- Representation of the Program and The Royal:
- Participating as appropriate in corporate teams, working groups or committees.
- Representing The Royal and Program at community committees and partnerships.
- To be the first point of contact for the Superintendent of the SLVCTC.
- To be available to consult with MCSCS in connection with matters arising under the Service Renewal Agreement
- Minimum of Master’s degree or equivalent in a related health discipline is required
- Ten plus years of progressive leadership experience in clinical services in a mental health and addictions setting along with program administration, and forensics expertise.
- Broad knowledge and experience in the delivery of efficient and effective delivery of services in adherence to the program’s clinical services, human resources management, budgeting and performance measures
- Specialized training in project management, human resources management, collective agreements, change management, patient and workplace safety
- Demonstrates strong individual leadership skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills and supervisory skills required, with a high level of verbal and written communication skills
- Exceptional organizational, facilitation and problem-solving skills
- Ensures compliance with all regulations and government requirements
- Adaptability to rapidly shifting workload priorities
- Demonstrates ability to be self-directed and thrive in a dynamic environment
- Maintains positive and collaborative working relationships within the interdisciplinary health care team
- Supports continuous quality improvement initiatives
- Experience and knowledge of change management principles, methodologies and tools
- Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships
- Acute business acumen and understanding of organizational issues and challenges
- English level A- is mandatory in oral expression, oral comprehension, reading comprehension and written expression. Bilingual (French/English) is preferred.
How to apply:
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