Your project leadership and expertise in the development of legislation, regulations, policy and guidelines is required by the Strategy and Communications Unit, Emergency Health Regulatory and Accountability Branch. This position will provide advice and recommendations on issues related to the provision of ambulance services in Ontario.
What can I expect to do in this role?
In this challenging role, you will:
- Plan and lead a broad range of policy research and analysis projects related to the emergency health services system.
- Design and develop research proposals, including the identification of questions, project objectives and proposed methodologies.
- Lead environmental scans to identify key trends and determine problem areas in the emergency health services system.
- Identify, analyze and interpret emerging issues of importance to emergency health services.
How do I qualify?
- Ability to acquire knowledge of the Ontario emergency health services system.
- You can lead policy research and development projects.
- You know the policy development, decision-making and accountability framework to develop policy recommendations.
- You are familiar with government health legislation such as the Ambulance Act.
ANALYTICAL AND PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS:
- You can develop and review legislation and policies.
- You can anticipate complex and large-scale issues, analyze the impact and develop policy options and recommendations.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS:
- You can lead the research, analysis and policy development projects and provide leadership.
- You can carry out a number of assignments and meet rigid time constraints.
RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION SKILLS:
- You can represent the Emergency Health Services Branch in consultations with other partners and stakeholders.
- You can coordinate, prepare and present briefings, issues analysis documents and policy recommendations to senior management.
- You can work with word processing, database, data analysis and presentation software applications.