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The position reports to the Vice President, Operations. It is one of several Service Unit Managers reporting to the VP. The position supervises a cross-disciplinary team of staff representing core competencies required to successfully achieve targets and goals assigned to the Service Unit through the CCOHS Strategic Plan on a fiscal year by fiscal year basis. Core competencies include subject knowledge expertise, systems, information science, and specialized topics in order to respond to cases escalated to manager.
The Manager is responsible for achieving performance goals and targets assigned to the Service Unit. The Manager is responsible for ensuring that Service Unit plans are consistent with CCOHS’ Strategic Plan and are fulfilled according to the allocated resources. The Manager performs annual performance appraisals for employees within the Service Unit. The Manager interviews and selects staff, and plans resources required by the Service Unit to accomplish the revenue targets identified by CCOHS’ Strategic Plan.
The position requires a broad and sound knowledge of information management (theories, practices, techniques and standards) occupational and environmental health and safety management theory and practices. The incumbent needs to work with Database Management Systems, search and retrieval software, Internet search engines. Knowledge is also required in project management principles from ideas to proposal to implementation.
The incumbent is responsible for achieving the performance goals and revenue targets of the products and services of the Service Unit as identified in the Strategic Plan on a fiscal year to fiscal year basis, particularly in the following areas:
The incumbent must juggle priorities to ensure that all work assigned to the Unit is completed within the schedules, as well as identifying sales and marketing opportunities to increase revenues.
Physical Effort: The employee works at a computer (keyboarding and mousing to read and reply to e-mail, prepare reports, review information, etc.) for the majority of the work day. The work is interspersed with non-computer based activity, such as reading, thinking, proof-reading, photocopying, filing. The employee has some control over the workload and has the opportunity to get up, stretch, and walk on a regular basis. Some stooping and lifting (or handling of light material) may be required.
Physical Environment: The employee works at a desk and/or a computer workstation with a keyboard and a mouse for the majority of the work day. The workstation and desk are ergonomically set up, with a wrist rest, mouse rest, document holder, task lamp, as required. The lighting meets standards and there are adjustable blinds on the windows as required. The building environmental controls meet general office requirements. There may be a risk for RMI (intensity, frequency, duration, awkward position) due to high job demands from unavoidable situations. The position may require occasional travel to represent CCOHS at conferences and with clients.
Sensory Attention: The position requires concentration to compose, research, prepare various documents, proof-read, quality assure, read routine information, communicate with others via e-mail, search for information and listening to others carefully to understand and resolve issues.
Mental Stress: There are priorities and deadlines which need to be met on a regular basis. There are interruptions from colleagues, manager or telephone calls. The employee has some control over the pace of work. There is a requirement for regular client and staff contact, numerous shifting and competing priorities and the consequence of missed deadlines or errors. There can be a considerable amount of stress dealing with highly sensitive human resources issues, short time constraints, and juggling several different activities with conflicting or simultaneous deadlines.
Within the range of
$95,471 to $122,918 (CCOHS-13) per annum.
Permanent, full time
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
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Note: All resumes are maintained confidential and are kept on file for a period of six months.
We thank all candidates for their interest; however, only those under consideration will be contacted.