Job Opportunity: Senior Project Manager
The College is currently recruiting for a Senior Project Manager.
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About the Role
Based in Vancouver, the College is seeking to hire an experienced Senior Project Manager to manage operational process of cross functional teams to achieve business objectives relating to strategic and regulatory plan projects; related business process improvements; related risk management functions and other projects. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, the Senior Project Manager is involved in projects within a broad portfolio, ranging from the College's engagement with healthcare sector partners to those involving all levels of management, staff, and technology, the senior project manager will help guide the organization's most critical initiatives using consistent and informative project management practices.
The nature of this work requires an individual that has a background with strong project management skills to plan, execute, control and close concurrent projects, along with effective leadership skills to manage cross-functional teams in ensuring multiple aspects of various projects are successfully delivered. The ideal candidate has a drive to understand business processes; is comfortable collaborating and communicating effectively with all parties involved; is process driven and can adjust easily to changing business needs.
We value the importance of our work and take responsibility for our decision, words and actions.
We act ethically, honestly and in good faith.
Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility
We help to ensure that Indigenous Peoples have access to a culturally safe healthcare system, free from Indigenous-specific racism.
We value the feelings, culture and preferences of others and recognize that they are as important as our own.
College’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commitment
The College is committed to helping our health system become culturally safe and free from Indigenous-specific racism. As recognized in our newly updated Strategic Plan and the In Plain Sight report,and acknowledged as a gap in our staff complement at the College, we are very interested in recruiting Indigenous individuals into our leadership roles and encourage their applications.
We are committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. The College seeks to attract, retain, and develop a qualified, capable, and diverse workforce that that is reflective of all our communities. We are committed to employment equity by ensuring all human resource practices comply with the provisions of the Human Rights Code, address unintentional bias and are impartial, fair and honest. The College also fosters a welcoming, inclusive, and respectful environment where ongoing diversity, equity and inclusion learning and training are offered; cultural and social awareness are provided; and religious observances are acknowledged.
How to Apply
The College offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities to take part in the selection process. Please let us know if an accommodation is required when you are contacted about an interview and/or assessment. All information in relation to accommodation is kept confidential.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. This opportunity will remain posted until the position is filled. References, education and professional credential verifications, and a criminal record check may be required for all final candidates.
*Please note that applications will not be kept on file and only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.