SickKids CCMH
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Project Manager

Program: Integration - Project Management

Position Details: Full time, 1.0 FTE, 12 Month Contract, with possibility of extension

Salary Range:

Toronto, ON

Competition #: 19-032

Job Description:
SickKids Centre for Community Mental Health (SickKids CCMH) is a community-based children’s mental health centre providing prevention, in-home support, day treatment, outpatient assessment and treatment and residential support to children ages birth to 18. SickKids CCMH is integrated with the Hospital for Sick Children (HSC) inpatient and ambulatory mental health services for children. As a stand-alone community-focused agency SickKids CCMH is working with the Hospital for Sick Children to create pathways to care that will ensure that children with mental health concerns and mental illness and their families are able to access the care they need in a timely fashion. SickKids CCMH is an accredited teaching facility affiliated with the University of Toronto.

Key Responsibilities:
• Lead accreditation and implementation of strategic plan and electronic health records procurement and management in close collaboration with the clinical management team, with supervision from the Clinical Director and Site Lead.
• Working with Clinical Director and Site Lead to prioritize and scope project objectives, define tasks and timelines with the goal of optimizing achievement of project deliverables on schedule and within budget for projects that have cross-organizational impact.
• Bringing forward any identified risks for mitigation to the Clinical Director and Site Lead to devise a risk mitigation plan and monitor in the risk register. Collaborates with project leads, ensuring that requirements, risks, potential obstacles and outcomes are clearly understood and incorporated into the project plan.
• Gaining a deep understanding of key stakeholder needs, environmental factors that may help or hinder the project, technological requirements and legislated requirements.
• Facilitating meetings with key stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle, to ensure positive tracking against project milestones, financial metrics and analytics, ensuring the project will be completed on time and within budget.
• Ensuring the delivery of project status reports to the project sponsors / senior project management. When necessary (e.g. project timelines and budget may not be met), brings forward options and recommendations for corrective action in order to meet objectives, keeping in mind political and/organizational sensitivities.
• Developing and maintaining project workplans and following-up to ensure accuracy and completion of deliverables.
• Develop first drafts of project deliverables and review / edit based on executive and senior management feedback.
• Minute-taking, processing and distribution of meeting materials.
• Scheduling, preparing and organizing room bookings, meetings and events.
• Running a synopsis at each project close in addition to detailed report writing to determine learning’s and best practices for implementation in future projects.
• Complying with the organization’s vision, policies and procedures
Performs other tasks as assigned by management

• Undergraduate degree in Business Administration; Master’s degree in Health or Business is also accepted.
• Project Management Professional (PMP) designation is an asset.
• Experience supporting increasingly complex projects, preferably in the healthcare sector and within a mental health environment.
• Exemplary organization, facilitation, and relationship management, with strong analytical skills to successfully manage high profile projects with medium to high complexity and scope.
• Demonstrated ability to work under pressure, meet deadlines, and successfully manage in a complex, fast-paced environment with multiple and shifting priorities.
• Ability to prepare statistical and financial analyses, develop business cases, apply for funding and prepare proposals
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills and strong ability to collaborate with various stakeholder audiences.
• Demonstrated social and multicultural sensitivity
• Proven accuracy, discretion, flexibility, and independence
• Excellent problem-solving skills to review and analyze project data and recommend changes, etc.
• Ability to incorporate values of a culturally competent practice of diversity and inclusiveness in all aspects of work
• Knowledge of MS Office Suites (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), as well as ability to use office equipment efficiently (telephone, photocopier and fax)
• Ability to travel to other site locations
• Experience in the social service and / or healthcare sector an asset


Interested applicants are asked to forward their resumes by February 24, 2020 to:
Human Resources – SickKids CCMH
FAX: (416) -633-7141 E-mail:
Note: Please quote position title & competition number in the subject heading of email.
We are seeking applicants internally and externally
SickKids CCMH is committed to diversity and values inclusion. We welcome applications from visible minority group members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of sexual minority groups and others who may contribute to diversity within the Centre.
The Centre views diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence as essential pieces of an integrated whole that sustain our organization and guides our interaction within our diverse communities.
Reasonable accommodations are available during the recruitment process to job applicants with disabilities

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