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Manager, Simulation Laboratories
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​Manager, Simulation Laboratories

  • Facuty of Health, Community Studies and Public Safety
  • Location:  London
  • Employment Group:  Admin
  • Type of Position:  Full-time
  • Closing Date:  Open Until Filled          
  • Note:  This role will work remotely until regular operations are resumed.
  • Note:  This is a full-time Administrative position (37.5 hours per week).
  • Duties:   The Manager, Simulation Laboratories, is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Simulation lab.

Under the general direction of the Dean, Faculty of Health, Community Studies and Public Safety, the Manager provides leadership in the development of creative applications of instructional technology, learning simulations and oversight of clinics. The Manager is responsible for the effective administration and management of the clinical simulation laboratories including partnerships, consultation, recruitment and accreditation. The Manager is responsible for quality improvement initiatives and implementing oversight standards and reporting to support accreditation requirements. The Manager will also be responsible for the lab-related equipment, supplies, health and safety, preventative maintenance, administration, and budget of the lab. The incumbent ensures recruitment and retention of qualified staff; provides supervision of the Lab staff and acts as a resource for students and faculty. This person will also collaborate across the Faculty and support inter-professional events.

The Manager will also ensure simulation scenarios are created, maintained and saved in a digital library for educational support for learners. This person will also create and maintain the policies, procedures and processes for the lab and clinical operations.

The Manager will be an innovative thinker who utilizes best practices from other lab and clinic environments, while also drawing knowledge from industry experts through organizing a Professional Association Committee (PAC).

The Manager will play a key role in planning, implementing and overseeing simulation activities for various internal programs, while also creating relationships with external partners that are revenue generating.

How to Apply:

For more information and how to apply, please visit the Fanshawe College website at:  https://jobs.fanshawec.ca/postings/976. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those chosen for an interview will be acknowledged.

Simulation Operations Specialist - Kamloops
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  Job title: SIMULATION OPERATIONS SPECIALIST – KAMLOOPS
  Community: KAMLOOPS
  Facility: ROYAL INLAND HOSPITAL
  Status: PERMANENT FULL TIME

Position Summary

Join us in the beautiful Southern Interior of BC for this exciting opportunity in Kamloops. Through state of the art technology, innovation, forward thinking leadership and our incredible people we provide health services of the highest professional and quality standards to over 800 thousand residents.

Simulation Operations plays an important role in health care and health education. Bring your passion for technology and training along with your expertise in the field of simulation to this exciting role.

We are a Top Employer and at Interior Health, we offer one of the best benefit packages in Canada. In addition to Medical, Dental and Extended Health coverage, we offer a defined pension plan and paid vacation starting at 4 weeks to a maximum of 7 weeks annually.

Opportunity details:

The Simulation Operations Specialist coordinates and oversees the day-to-day operations of assigned simulation (SIM) centres/networks across Interior Health. The Specialist provides input into resource planning, coordination of simulation activities, developing event calendars, efficient reservation processes for space/equipment, and planning for regular and preventative maintenance of SIM program systems and equipment. Provides service delivery that is centered around patents/clients/residents and families.

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Simulation Operations Specialist – Kelowna
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  Job title: SIMULATION OPERATIONS SPECIALIST – KELOWNA
  Community: KELOWNA
  Facility: KELOWNA GENERAL HOSPITAL
  Status: PERMANENT FULL TIME

Position Summary

Join us in the beautiful Southern Interior of BC for this exciting opportunity in Kelowna. Through state of the art technology, innovation, forward thinking leadership and our incredible people we provide health services of the highest professional and quality standards to over 800 thousand residents.

Simulation Operations plays an important role in health care and health education. Bring your passion for technology and training along with your expertise in the field of simulation to this exciting role.

We are a Top Employer and at Interior Health, we offer one of the best benefit packages in Canada. In addition to Medical, Dental and Extended Health coverage, we offer a defined pension plan and paid vacation starting at 4 weeks to a maximum of 7 weeks annually.

Opportunity details:

The Simulation Operations Specialist coordinates and oversees the day-to-day operations of assigned simulation (SIM) centres/networks across Interior Health. The Specialist provides input into resource planning, coordination of simulation activities, developing event calendars, efficient reservation processes for space/equipment, and planning for regular and preventative maintenance of SIM program systems and equipment. Provides service delivery that is centered around patents/clients/residents and families.

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NCAS Assessment Centre Coordinator
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NCAS Assessment Centre Coordinator

Position: Full-time, permanent
Compensation: Starting salary is $57,000 and includes a generous benefits package and pension plan
Location: Vancouver, BC. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this position will split time between our office at 200 Granville St, working from home, and supervising assessments at Langara College in Vancouver. Start date: Immediately 
Application deadline: Open until filled

 

Are you an events professional with a focus on healthcare? Or an LPN or HCA looking for a unique way to combine your skills with events coordination? If you have healthcare-related experience in events management and/or administrative coordination, we’d love to meet you!

The Nursing Community Assessment Service (NCAS) is hiring an Assessment Centre Coordinator. This event planning and coordination role will provide technical, administrative, and operational support to the delivery of the NCAS Simulation Lab Assessment and Oral Assessment—high stakes examinations taken by hundreds of health professionals annually who are seeking licensure as nurses and health care aides in British Columbia.

This position has a Tuesday to Saturday work week. Saturdays involve either opening the Assessment Centre early in the day or closing the Assessment Centre in the evening. Some schedule flexibility may be required to support staff training, or other activities.

NCAS is an essential service, with strict COVID-19 Health and Safety protocols in place. We are continuing to operate throughout the pandemic, delivering competency assessments in a simulation centre. Our work actively supports the healthcare labour force but does not involve clinical patients.

What you'll be doing

Reporting to the Operations Manager, the Assessment Centre Coordinator manages the administration of the Simulation Lab Assessment and Oral Assessment at a state-of-the art simulation lab at Langara College in Vancouver, BC. Assessments run like clockwork, and involve 15-20 support staff, plus examinees.

The ACC ensures the assessments are delivered to the highest standards of security, consistency, rigour, and professionalism, according to defined policies, procedures, and standards. The coordinator facilitates the regular operations of the simulation and oral assessment by, among other responsibilities: recruiting and overseeing the work of all part-time assessment service employees (including assessors, standardized patients, standardized patient trainers, and technicians); purchasing supplies; setting up and taking down assessment stations; scheduling assessment takers (test takers), staff and assessment dates; and working closely with the NCAS staff team to support the continuous improvement of the overall program.

Weekdays (Tuesday through Friday) are spent on full-cycle administrative coordination of NCAS assessments, while Saturdays involve the delivery and supervision of an SLA-OA assessment day at Langara College.

NCAS employs two Assessment Centre Coordinators (ACCs). Responsibilities are allocated and shared between the two positions.

For the full job description and how to apply, visit the website here >