The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, Emergency Health Services Branch requires a self-directed, organized individual to conduct inspections of ambulance services, ambulance, communications centres and Base Hospital operations throughout the province.What can I expect to do in this role?In this role, you will: • Evaluate operational and administrative practices of ambulance, communication services and Base Hospital against legislation, Performance Agreements and established standards.• Identify and document areas of non-compliance. • Prepare reports with supportable information and conclusions.• Provide information and advice on standards, policies and corrective measures.• Act as witness at judicial proceedings, as requested.How do I qualify?EMERGENCY HEALTH SYSTEM, POLICY AND LEGISLATIVE KNOWLEDGE:• You know land ambulance, communications centre, air ambulance and base hospital operations.• You understand and can apply Emergency Health System policies, standards, legislation, Performance Agreements, regulations and practices (i.e. patient care, health and safety, vehicles, equipment, cleanliness, sanitation, administration).INSPECTIONS, ANALYTICAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS:• You understand and can apply inspections practices. • You can gather and analyze information, document non-compliance issues and provide recommendations.• You are organized and use initiative to coordinate your workload.CONSULTATION, INTERPERSONAL AND CLIENT RELATIONS SKILLS:• You use good consultation skills to build and maintain strong relationships with clients.• You use your interpersonal and diplomatic skills to deal with contentious and sensitive issues.COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER SKILLS:• You communicate effectively and can prepare and present information in clear and concise manner.• You are proficient in various computer software applications and databases (i.e. word-processing, database and spreadsheets).MANDATORY REQUIREMENT:• You must possess a valid Class “G” driver's license and be willing to travel.
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