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    Regional Manager Community Engagement and Operations, East (Ottawa)

    At CATC we are dedicated to improving the lives of people dealing with the devastating effects of drug addiction. We strive to be leaders in the industry and to be regarded as its best-managed organization.

    Come join our growing organization as a part of a high performing team who are committed to changing the lives of people suffering from opioid use disorder as:

    Regional Manager Community Engagement and Operations, East (Ottawa)

    The Regional Manager will provide leadership in business development, community engagement and healthcare operations for the eastern region which includes Ottawa and environs.   The incumbent will be responsible for proactively promoting Canadian Addiction Treatment Centre’s (CATC) offerings to appropriate community, healthcare and referring organizations.   The Regional Manager of Operations & Community Engagement will be a critical member of the Leadership Team in providing the best strategies to build an organizational culture that supports the strategy.

    The ideal candidate will have a combination of skills that might include:

    • Experience in developing and nurturing stakeholder relations
    • Leadership within a healthcare environment
    • Operations experience leading a large team
    • Your background might include Nursing and/or Counselling and/Social Work and/or Addiction treatment experience.
    • A commitment to working with a marginalized population and within a harm reduction framework

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Develop and execute stakeholder relations strategies supporting policy and growth objectives
    • Community development support, including representing CATC on working groups and committees and/or attending events.
    • Proactively develops and nurtures relationships within the community with a broad range of agencies and community resources to foster the enhanced reputation and growth strategy of the organization
    • Identifies and executes opportunities to expand CATC services through community partnerships – e.g. Addiction counselling
    • Manages and reports on clinic performance using appropriate metrics. Initiates changes needed to ensure optimal clinic performance.
    • Mentors, encourages, supports and guides the clinic staff to build a culture of empowerment, respect and non-judgement for all staff and patients and empowers staff to work as one team.

    Qualifications

    • Minimum of 5 years in a leadership or management role (healthcare experience would be ideal)
    • Experience in a variety of clinical settings (addictions or mental health specialties are preferred).
    • Ability to build and nurture strong relationships with public agencies, government, communities and other partners
    • Experience with reporting on P&L and developing high performing teams
    • Demonstrated ability to navigate change; experience in change management is considered an asset
    • Valid G license and access to a vehicle is required.

    TO APPLY

    Please forward a copy of your resume indicating salary expectations and with the job title in the subject line to:  careers@canatc.ca

    The Canadian Addiction Treatment Centers operate under a number of affiliated brands delivering a range of treatments to improve the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of drug addiction.  The organization provides patients with the finest medical care, clinical and pharmacy services.  With over 500 employees, CATC operates 70 clinics and 20 pharmacy locations across Ontario and also operates a residential treatment centre.   Our head office is located in Markham in the 404/407 area.   www.canatc.ca

    Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres remains an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for all applicants upon request at any stage of the selection process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.

     

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