Click for PDF: Ethics Coordinator – External Posting
This is a Temporary Full Time position (Up to 18 months)
The Ethics Coordinator is responsible for planning and delivering an integrated and sustainable Ethics Program focused on ethics education for St. Paul’s Hospital (SPH) and the Catholic Health Association of Saskatchewan (CHAS). The Ethics Coordinator must demonstrate knowledge of and behaviors aligned with the vision, mission, and values of the stakeholder organizations and in accordance to standards of ethical practice as set out in the moral teaching of the Catholic Church as articulated in the Health Ethics Guide of the Catholic Health Alliance of Canada, common law, legislation and common ethics within society. The key role of the Ethics Coordinator is to enhance ethical awareness and practice by promoting ethical behavior and decision making within St. Paul’s Hospital and provincially through CHAS and other health region facilities upon request.
• Experience in clinical/organizational ethics, and ethics education, and/or a fellowship and experience in healthcare ethics is an asset.
• Master’s Degree in bioethics, ethics, theology, or a related field
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
• Demonstrated knowledge of ethical issues impacting contemporary health care environments.
• Adult education skills and experience, including the ability to deliver effectively educational and academic material.
• Knowledge of clinical/operational areas in health care would be a definite asset.
• Demonstrated understanding of legislation impacting health care delivery in Saskatchewan.
• Working knowledge of collective agreements (SUN, HSAS, SEIU).
• Strong leadership skills and effective skills for building interpersonal relationships.
• Effective collaborative skills both as a team leader and member and the ability to work with individuals at all levels of the organization and with external stakeholders.
• Analytical and problem-solving skills.
• Ability to take individual initiative and to work with a high degree of independence.
• Experience in planning, implementing and evaluating programs is an asset.
• Ability to manage within an environment of restricted resources.
• Ability to plan, prioritize and oversee numerous concurrent projects effectively.
• Ability to maintain focus.
How to Apply:
Email Cover Letter/Resume to:
Recruitment@saskatoonhealthregion.ca , Attn: Jenna Stachniak, Specialist, Workforce Planning & Employment
Saskatchewan Health Authority
Application Deadline: January 24, 2020
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