Location / Lieu:
South Simcoe and York Region
Position / Poste: Coordinator, Stroke Services - (35 hours per week or 1.0 FTE)
Duties / Fonctions:
- Implementation and management of a comprehensive volunteer leadership and resource development program designed to engage volunteers in leadership and service delivery roles.
- Strong liaison with health care teams across the region to strategically implement and grow our existing Peers Fostering Hope Hospital Visitation program
- Facilitating community based programs designed to assist with transitioning from hospital/rehabilitation to home and community re-integration
- Collaborating with local hospitals and the regional CorHealth Networks to develop and implement hospital visitation programs and other initiatives designed to support the implementation of Canadian Stroke Best Practice Recommendations
- Develop collaborations and partnerships to carry out our After Stroke Strategy for stroke survivors and caregivers
- Developing and implementing a strategy to support remote peer support and caregiver groups and chapters to fulfill the 7 steps to stroke recovery – exercise and mobility; social interaction and recreation; communication and language; thinking, memory and perception; support; system navigation and healthy lifestyle
- Planning, implementing and evaluating volunteer leadership development activities
- Develop and manage rural community navigation program and community referral for stroke survivors throughout regional communities
Qualifications / Compétences requises:
- Post-secondary degree in a related area or equivalent experience – Social Services, Mental Health, Social work
- Minimum four years professional experience
- Demonstrated ability to work with community agencies, stakeholders and the public.
- Caring and compassionate by nature
- Demonstrated knowledge in working with individuals living with a chronic health condition
- Excellent interpersonal, communication, presentation, public speaking and diplomacy skills.
- Demonstrated organization skills and the ability to effectively multi-task and triage.
- Understanding and respect for diversity and those with disabilities.
- Proficiency in report writing and data collection.
- Demonstrated tech savviness in supporting stroke survivors remotely using internet, social media, telephone
- Proficiency in Windows based software (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
- Driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle required.
Applications accepted until / Candidatures acceptées jusqu’au: January 25, 2019
Send application and resume to / Adressez votre demande d’emploi et curriculum vitae à:
Name: Devon Evershed
Position: Manager, Stroke Services, Ontario
Address (#, street/rue, suite, city/ville, province, postal code):
10 Overlea Blvd, Toronto, ON M4H 1A4
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