Program: Bruyère Research Institute
Position Type: Full-Time, 37.5 hrs/week, 1.0 FTE
– Until March 31, 2021, with the possibility of extension
Salary Scale: $31.84 – $36.30 per hour, commensurate with experience
Start Date: 2020/01/21 12:45
Closing Date: 2020/02/03 23:59
Job Location: Saint-Louis Residence (Orleans)
The Ontario Centres for Learning, Research and Innovation in Long-Term Care (CLRI) build capacity through innovation and collaboration in education, research, and knowledge mobilization. The Program’s goal is to support long-term care homes to improve the quality of life and care for residents through building capacity and promoting innovative best practices. The Ontario CLRI works with stakeholders to support research, develop innovative education, and share resources with LTC homes. We engage with people connected with the LTC sector.
The Ontario CLRI is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and is hosted by Baycrest Health Sciences, Bruyère, and Schlegel-UW Research Institute for Aging.
The Knowledge Broker / Project Coordinator at the Ontario CLRI at Bruyère will be responsible for developing, implementing and supporting knowledge mobilization activities and for the development and delivery of blended learning opportunities that build on research and evidence-based innovations. These learning opportunities will support sustainable practice change, will be learner-centered and will be tailored to meet the needs of stakeholders in long-term care.
The Ontario CLRI at Bruyère Knowledge Broker / Project Coordinator will be responsible for the oversight of day-to-day project development and operations, in collaboration with the CLRI manager and team. These responsibilities include substantial independent communication and coordination with a variety of project partners, including long-term care homes, content experts, eLearning designers and other technical contributors, and the Ontario CLRI teams at Baycrest and Schlegel-UW RIA; carrying out project work independently; providing oversight of other staff and the entire financial process (budgeting, forecasting, etc.); synthetizing and disseminating information to different audiences; and proactively connecting with the different users of CLRI tools and training to support their learning and practice change. The successful candidate must be able to exercise judgment, based upon their thorough knowledge of long-term care procedures, guidelines and regulations. This position will require a high level of collaboration and teamwork, and will involve some travel in Ontario.