The Opportunity: Deputy Registrar – Monitoring and Drug Programs
As a key member of Senior Staff, the Deputy Registrar will be responsible for the oversight and leadership of all aspects of the Monitoring & Drug Program(s). Reporting to the Registrar/CEO, the Deputy Registrar will oversee all matters in accordance with the Health Professions Act, College Bylaws, policies, and procedures.
Overseeing a team of about ten, the Deputy Registrar will lead and manage the day-to-day activities of the Monitoring and Drug Programs (“The Programs”). The position will provide direction, support, training, and mentorship to staff, ensuring all policies and procedures are adhered to and that the College’s performance management system is carried out. Conducting regular evaluations on The Programs initiatives and developing short and long-term plans to establish support structures and enable the achievement of goals and KPI’s, the successful incumbent will outline and oversee the implementation of strategic plans and work with various departments to assess the management, operations, and structure of The Programs to ensure effectiveness and delivery.
The Deputy Registrar will have responsibility for the Prescription Review Program, including the potential expansion to a provincial Prescription Monitoring Program that will consist of a detailed analysis of PharmaNet data to identify practitioners whose prescribing may be unsafe. The Deputy Registrar will oversee data review, trends analysis and interpretation, provision of remedial programs, and will be responsible for evaluating out-comes of remediation activities.
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications and experience:
- 10 to 15 years of relevant clinical medical experience, preferably family practice, psychiatrist, occupational health, and/or addictions specialist, as well as senior administrative experience in a complex health related field (e.g. regulator, health authority, association);
- Ability to handle a heavy, complex, and diverse caseload in a fast-paced environment with competing demands;
- Proven ability to mentor, motivate, and develop staff;
- Ability to work collegially and collaboratively in a multidisciplinary environment;
- Capability to multi-task within own area of responsibility and in support of other departments as required;
- Ability to use initiative and take appropriate action when unforeseen circumstances arise;
- Advanced use of technology, including word processing, telecommunications, and database software; and
- Excellent leadership and communication skills.
The complete opportunity profile can be viewed at: http://ow.ly/xP4R309SfcL