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OHT Clinical Project Lead

Timmins and District Hospital

Full-Time • Hearst Region

Position Summary:Ontario Health Teams (“OHT”) are groups of service providers and organizations that will be working together to plan and deliver health care that is more connected at the regional and local community level. Health service providers from across the Cochrane district have come together as the Équipe Santé Ontario Cochrane district Ontario Health Team (“ÉSO Cochrane district OHT”); communities within the OHT’s catchment area include Hornepayne, Hearst, Kapuskasing, Smooth Rock Falls, Matheson, Iroquois Falls, Cochrane, Timmins and Chapleau.

The Clinical Project Lead (the “Lead”) will be responsible for advancing the planning and execution of clinical projects aligning with the priorities of the ÉSO Cochrane district OHT. This Lead will work closely with OHT partners to identify priorities, develop initiatives and move approved projects through the project management cycle (initiation, planning, implementation, sustainability, spread and scale). The role will work collaboratively with the OHT Implementation Lead and other staff to support operations and planning. This role will be report to the host organization (TADH) and be accountable to the Steering Committee overall.

The ideal candidate will be a resident within the ÉSO Cochrane district OHT’s catchment area; work can be performed remotely, with some onsite requirements and travel across the district. 

Position Responsibilities: 

  • Facilitate the development and implementation of project work plans to achieve desired outcomes, deliverables and milestones.
  • Ensure Indigenous communities and partners, Francophone groups, and primary care providers are engaged and informed about clinical projects within the ÉSO Cochrane District OHT.
  • Support the Steering Committee through research and environmental scans to ensure stakeholders have the perspective and information for decision-making.
  • Support Working Groups and Advisory Committees by establishing and adjusting work plans, coordinating meetings, providing operational support to move projects forward, and collaborating with chairs to identify required resources.
  • Provide regular updates and recommendations to the Steering Committee on strategic and project planning progress, including reports on Working Groups and Advisory Committees.
  • Foster strong relationships within the OHT membership and committees.
  • Engage with neighboring OHTs to stay aligned and capitalize on synergies.
  • Attend Ontario Health – North East Regional Collaborative OHT meetings on behalf of the OHT.
  • Support the collection of quality and performance indicators, and undertake other duties as required.


Position Requirements: 

  • Post secondary education in a related discipline, Master’s preferred.
  • Experience within the health care system, preferably with initiatives or direct care targeting specific patient populations (i.e., older adults, Indigenous health, Francophone health, mental health and addictions, rehabilitative care).
  • Project management experience, including demonstrated ability to efficiently plan, organize, and manage multiple projects simultaneously with limited supervision or direction.
  • Knowledge of quality improvement processes and data/information analysis.
  • Experience working with cross-functional teams, including group facilitation.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to prioritize and organize work, and demonstrate initiative to improve processes.
  • Must be self-directed, resourceful, and possess critical thinking skills.
  • Bilingualism (French/English).


This role will be supported through OHT implementation funding.

Compensation and Benefits 

·       Rate of Pay: To be determined, based on experience and registered health care discipline.

·       Option to enroll into Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan.


Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is mandatory.


Interested applicants must submit their résumé by Department of Human Resources, Timmins and District Hospital, 700 Ross Avenue East, Timmins, Ontario, P4N 8P2. Telephone (705) 267-6371; Fax (705) 360-6008; Attention: Kayla Kampman, email .


Timmins and District Hospital will provide accommodations for applicants with disabilities during the recruitment process.


TADH is committed to fostering an inclusive, equitable, and accessible environment supporting diversity in our work environment to provide quality care where all feel valued, respected, and supported. TADH is dedicated to building a workforce reflective of the communities in which we live, serve, and encourage Indigenous people, visible minorities, and persons with disabilities to apply and self‑identify.


We thank all applicants for their response; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.



Job Expires: 2024-07-19

Contact Information

Timmins and District Hospital

Phone: 7052676371
Fax: 705-360-6008
Hearst Hearst, ON P0L 1N0, Canada

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