Health Services Integration Fund (HSIF) Coordinator

  • Full Time
  • Wabasca

Bigstone Health Commission

HEALTH SERVICES INTEGRATION FUND (HSIF) COORDINATOR

Full Time (Temporary)


Term – May 1, 2024 to March 31, 2025

Monday to Friday – 7 hours/day


Wabasca, Alberta

Bigstone Health Commission is seeking a passionate and highly motivated individual to assume the role of the HSIF Coordinator. This position will conduct various administrative and program management tasks while working with our external government partners and be the primary access point in coordinating mental health delivery models for increased access and equitable delivery of services for Bigstone Cree Nation members and all individuals living in the region.

This is a rewarding opportunity if you have an appreciation for Indigenous culture, a desire for continuing professional development and enjoy the support and collaboration from our multidisciplinary team and various other professionals and agencies.



Duties and Responsibilities:
Plan, coordinate, and facilitate special projects, programs and activities that enhance community health needs.
Liaise with clients to identify and define project requirements, scope, and objectives to ensure their health needs are being met.
Work in collaboration with Alberta Health Services organizations, community, and other external agencies.
Initiate, develop and explore opportunities for greater collaboration, partnerships, and linkages with health care providers.
Maintain work priorities and workplans that collaborate with the project or program to ensure all deliverables are being met.
Establish a steering committee and working group.
Commence a community consultation process with available mental health services.
Obtain and analyze data from community feedback.
Prepare proposals, reports, and project updates.
Must be able to travel.
Other duties as required.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:


Must have a comprehensive understanding of current health issues for Indigenous peoples.

Strong organizational, communication and decision-making skills


Strong attention to detail and a high level of accuracy in completing tasks.

Strong project management and development skills.


Demonstrate ability to maintain privacy and confidentiality.

Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite


Education and Experience

Post-secondary education (Certificate or Diploma) related to Health Services field and/or equivalent.


Minimum 2 years of experience in the Health Services field.

Previous experience working for a First Nation community would be an asset.


Benefits
Competitive Salary

Salary is dependent on qualifications.


Please forward your Cover Letter, Resume (including 3 work related references), & Criminal Record Check to our:

Human Resources Department


PO Box 1020 Wabasca, Alberta T0G 2K0


Fax: Email:


CLOSING DATE: _Until a Suitable Candidate is found._

Applicants are thanked in advance for their interest in our organization, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


POSTED: March 14, 2024

Job Types: Full-time, Fixed term contract



Pay: From $35.17 per hour

Work Location: In person