Are you an experienced program manager who is looking to supervise the delivery and administration of the Clinical Care Transformation Program? Are you ready to be part of a new and exciting opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of First Nations people here in Manitoba? If so, let’s talk!

MKO is seeking a full-time program manager to work out of our Winnipeg office.

Program Manager: Northern First Nations Clinical Care Transformation

Your opportunity:

  • Strengthen communication within the MKO membership through the promotion of positive clinical care transformation
  • Formally involve Northern Tribal Councils, health directors, Traditional Healers, and Elders
  • Consult and/or liaise with clients, federal and provincial governmental and non-governmental stakeholders, and Indigenous organizations within Manitoba
  • Provide direction and guidance to MKO employees including training, performance management, goal setting, and feedback
  • Plan and carry out engagement sessions for input from key stakeholders into the Clinical Care Transformation
  • Execute individual service agreements/funding proposals and monitor contribution agreements
  • Provide for the assessment and reporting for the Clinical Care Transformation outcomes implementation
  • Develop and track budget, provide advice to MKO finance, and monitor the Clinical Care Transformation financial reports
  • Participate in the development and execution of the Clinical Care Transformation operational plan and provide input regarding plan performance
  • Work with the financial department with account audits to verify cost, benefit eligibility

As Program Manager you will:

  • Provide an annual report that will include information that is collected at the program initiation
  • Provide annual reporting including the descriptions of the Clinical Care Transformation services that have been delivered, with percentages of support and completed training
  • Provide financial reporting

 You bring:

  • A post-graduate degree; an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
  • Several years of experience working in the health field, particularly in Northern and remote First Nations contexts
  • Extensive knowledge of positive health, mental illness, stigma reduction, holistic approaches to health and wellness, suicide prevention programming, health promoting activities, and health literacy advancement
  • Strong understanding of the impact of health on Northern and isolated community members resilience and ability to contribute
  • Demonstrated experience in the development and provision of information sessions, presentations, and workshops
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
  • Effective decision-making skills, often in stressful situations
  • Ability to effectively work both independently and in a team environment
  • Exceptional organizational skills and time management skills
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications
  • Values diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Commitment to lifelong learning

If this sounds like the right fit for you, please email your resume and cover letter by 4:00 PM on September 11, 2019, to:

Dorothy Smith
Email: [email protected]