We’re hiring!

Are you interested in supporting rural health in British Columbia? Would you like to work with a collaborative team of rural healthcare providers who are exploring innovative ways to improve rural health services throughout the province? Check out the following roles – if any of these resonate, send us your resume!

Please note that two of the roles are for our Interior Node office in Penticton, BC. The third listed role is associated with our Vancouver Node.

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Coordinator, Quality Improvement and Knowledge Translation

LOCATION: Penticton

Do you possess in-depth knowledge of project management concepts and have exceptional attention to detail? We are seeking a Coordinator, Quality Improvement and Knowledge Translation to facilitate and organize project activities within our Research Department.

The Coordinator has a key role in developing the plan for new projects in terms of determining budget and operational planning (e.g., liaison with Interior Health (IH) department staff, operational requirements, and physicians). The Coordinator supports, facilitates, and organizes project activities and plays a critical role in project implementation. The Coordinator works with and has a matrix reporting to the Rural Coordination Centre of BC (RCCbc) while also working with partnered regions to fulfill the activities of multiple projects. In addition, the Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that data and quality reporting metrics are submitted on a timely basis; source documentation is accurate and complete. A portion of this role will be to provide Quality Improvement support to the Rural Obstetrical and Surgical Network (RSON), coordinated by RCCbc. By performing these duties, the Coordinator works with the RPL: Research & Knowledge Translation | RCCbc Interior Lead and key stakeholders including RCCbc and the IH Quality team to ensure the successful conduct of projects.

This position is open until filled.

To apply for this role, click here to submit your CV to Interior Health


Administrative Assistant, Rural Research

LOCATION: Penticton

The Administrative Assistant serves as a vital linkage to keep the team informed and aligned to its priorities and provides confidential administrative and secretarial support. Responsibilities include: managing day-to-day administrative operations; coordinating and organizing workflow; determining priorities; composing confidential correspondence for signature; designing and creating correspondence, documents, presentations, orientation packages, and spreadsheets (including data entry) for authorization by the RPL: Research & Knowledge Translation | Rural Coordination Centre of BC Interior Node Lead; maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of all information which flows through and is processed for management as it pertains to client care, operations, personnel, labour relations, finance, and public affairs; and supporting the Corporate Director in setting the positive, collaborative, efficient tone for the Health Systems Planning team.

The Administrative Assistant determines courses of action from established alternatives to make decisions that will have a positive impact to service delivery and exercises initiative, judgment and problem-solving skills to complete confidential, time-sensitive work.

This position is open until filled.

To apply for this role, click here to submit your CV to Interior Health


Project Coordinator – ROAM-SP

LOCATION: Vancouver

In accordance with the established vision and values of the organization, the Project Coordinator works closely with the Rural Obstetric and Maternity Support Program (ROAM SP) leadership team while reporting directly to the Executive Director, Operations at RCCbc. The Coordinator performs multiple functions in a complex and dynamic work environment and is the operational liaison for other key stakeholder organizations and individuals including Health Authorities, physicians, midwives and others.

The Coordinator has a key role in developing the plan for new projects in terms of determining budget and operational planning. The Coordinator supports, facilitates, and organizes project activities and plays a critical role in project implementation.

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Submit your application for the Project Coordinator – ROAM SP role to Ashley Medwid at amedwid@rccbc.ca by August 30, 2019