Diabetes Project Coordinator (1 year term, NU/NM) (SLDP 05/21)
The Diabetes Project Coordinator will be responsible for successful execution of a one year remote monitoring project aimed to improve the management of diabetes for patients registered to either the Sioux Lookout Diabetes Program or the Centre for Complex Diabetes Care. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for the development, implementation, execution, and reporting associated with the project. This includes research, development, review, and editing of departmental proposals, policies, and project-related materials. The Project Coordinator will have experience and competency in diabetes education, and will provide diabetes education and self-management counselling to patients participating in the project.
- Regulated health care professional (RN, RD, or RKin preferred)
- Post-secondary education in regulated health discipline (i.e. Bachelor’s degree in nursing, kinesiology, human nutrition, or equivalent)
- Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) designation is an asset
- Passion for emerging technology and innovative care delivery models is required
- Ability to prioritize duties, manage multiple patients, and efficiently organize workload in a busy, fast-paced environment
- Ability to function within an interdisciplinary healthcare team
- Proficiency with office software, keyboarding (60 wpm), technology literacy
- Responsible for the development, implementation, execution, and reporting associated project goals and milestones.
- Maintain project goals and timelines in alignment with project budget.
- Act as a champion and resource for remote patient monitoring applications and associated devices and peripherals.
- Contact patients on a daily or almost-daily basis, collect relevant clinical and non-clinical information, entering into appropriate electronic system in a timely manner.
- Communication with project partners, including Ontario Health and Indigenous Services Canada.
- Liaise with clinical team members, community resources, nursing stations, etc. to ensure comprehensive care of each patient enrolled in the project.
- Network and liaise with non-regulated community based workers to ensure effective delivery of diabetes care and self-management.
- Travel to remote communities may be required.
|Salary:||Based on experience and qualifications.|
|Closing Date:||When filled.|
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|Competition Number:||SLDP 05/21 (Please quote on your application.)
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Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted, we thank all others for their interest. An acceptable criminal reference check and immunization records will be required from the successful candidate. Upon request, accommodations due to a disability are available throughout the selection process. SLMHC is an equal opportunity employer and a scent-free facility.