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Audiology Program Leader / UBC Clinical Coordinator (Audiologist 4)

Vancouver Coastal Health

This is a Contract position in Etobicoke, ON posted May 15, 2021.

Job Description Job Title: Audiology Program Leader / UBC Clinical Coordinator (Audiologist 4) Work Site: Additional Sites: Community & Family Health Administration, Richmond Public Health
– Richmond, BC UBC
– Vancouver, BC Status: Regular Full Time Start Date: As soon as possible Salary: $39.85
– $49.83 per hour Hours: 0830-1645 Days off: Saturday, Sunday, and statutory holidays Reference: 143961-ndh Come work as a Audiology Program Leader / UBC Clinical Coordinator with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) Vancouver Coastal Health is looking for an Audiology Program Leader / UBC Clinical Coordinator to join the Community & Family Health Administration team working both with Richmond Public Health in Richmond, BC and at UBC in Vancouver, BC.

Apply today to join our team As the Audiology Program Leader you will: Provide leadership for the Public Health Audiology Program.

Take responsibility for the overall management and clinical direction of the program and supervise a staff of at least one (1) other Audiologist and up to and including six (6) FTE.

Provide clinical expertise and organize and coordinate clinical treatment of clients and assume a client caseload to ensure maintenance of clinical practice standards.

Determine and plan workforce structures and establish departmental goals and objectives in accordance with the organization and in partnership with the local and Regional Public Health leadership teams.

Coordinate workloads and evaluate employee performance with support as needed by the manager.

Develop, plan, implement and evaluate education programs for students and staff, including the development of educational materials; develop and lead clinical research activities and programs and coordinate quality improvement activities.

Become a member of the local Public Health leadership team and actively participate in the overall leadership of the program for the Community of Care.

As the UBC Clinical Coordinator you will: Be responsible for the implementation and management of Audiology Clinical Practicum placements for UBC Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Master’s Students, with day to day support provided by the Public Health Manager.

Reports directly to the Lead of the Academic Coordinators of Clinical Education at the School of Audiology and Speech Sciences (SASS) at UBC, and indirectly to the SASS Director.

QUALIFICATIONS: Education & Experience Current full registration (Registered Audiologist, Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioner) with the College of Speech and Hearing Professionals of British Columbia.

Four (4) years’ recent related experience in public health/population health experience with relevant population group, recent related experience including two (2) years in an administrative/supervisory position or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

Valid BC Drivers License.

Local area travel requires the use of a personal vehicle.

Knowledge & Abilities Knowledge of the principles, practices, and procedures of audiology.

Knowledge of the principles and practices of Public Health, Health Promotion and Population Health Skill in the use of equipment and in techniques appropriate to designated clinical area.

Demonstrated ability to embed health promotion and population health principles and practices into clinical service delivery.

Ability to supervise, direct and review work of audiologists and allied health professionals.

Demonstrated ability to deliver client-centered care in the context of inter-generational families.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.

Ability to evaluate and develop policies, procedures and processes.

Broad knowledge of health care disciplines and their role in client care.

Demonstrated ability to teach, demonstrate, and facilitate in one-to-one and group settings.

Demonstrated ability to develop educational programs and material.

Demonstrated leadership skills communicating with and responding to the public and to clients.

Demonstrated leadership approaches that create successful relationships with staff, colleagues, peers, leaders in the organization.

Knowledge and training of Indigenous Cultural safety and experience providing culturally safe care to Indigenous people, families, and communities.

Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of trauma and violence informed practice.

Knowledge and ability to provide services using a harm reduction approach.

Demonstrated ability to work effectively within an interdisciplinary team.

Knowledge of Community resources and policies.

Demonstrated ability to apply decision-making and analytical skills.

Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively as a member of an interprofessional team.

Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

Demonstrated conflict resolution skills.

Demonstrated ability to plan, organize and prioritize work.

Demonstrated computer literacy to operate a computerized client care information system as well as applicable word processing, spreadsheet and database software applications.

Physical ability to perform the duties of the position The hours of work including days off and work area may be subject to change consistent with operational requirements and the provision of the Collective Agreement and applicable statutes.



VCH is a world class innovator in medical care, research and teaching, delivering service to more than one million BC residents.

At VCH, we embrace thinking boldly, taking smart risks, and ”going first” when we believe it will lead to the best possible outcomes for patients and their families.

We invite you to join us in creating healthy lives in healthy communities by showcasing our passion for care, connection to the communities we serve and our culture of teamwork that makes VCH a great place to work.

Comprehensive health benefits package, including MSP, extended health and dental and municipal pension plan Grow your career with employer-paid training and leadership development opportunities Wellness supports, including counselling, critical incident and innovative wellness services are available to employees and their immediate families Award-winning recognition programs to honour staff, medical staff and volunteers Access to exclusive discount offers and deals for VCH staff Diversity, equity and inclusion are essential to delivering exceptional care and building a great place to work.

At VCH, we value and accommodate unique differences to ensure that our staff and medical staff (both current and prospective) have the opportunity and are supported to thrive.

To build a strong and representative workforce, we are seeking candidates who will contribute to a caring and inclusive culture.

We encourage applications from members of communities that are disadvantaged on any grounds under the B.C.

Human Rights Code, including Indigenous Peoples, people of colour, people of all genders and sexualities and people with disabilities.

VCH is proud to be recognized as a Best Place to Work in Canada in 2021 by Glassdoor and Forbes.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for this posting.

Employees of VCH must apply via the Internal Application Process .

Refer to the site for How to Apply instructions.

Current VCH employees who apply to this posting using this external site will be considered as an external candidate.

Seniority will not apply.

Thank you for your interest in Vancouver Coastal Health.