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1 OSITION OCUS?EniyudHealth Services is a
OSITION OCUS?EniyudHealth Services is a health organization servingthe Xeni Gwet’in First Nation community, and has its main office located in the beautiful Nemiah Valley. The Health Services Directoris the chief executive officer of ?EniyudHealth Services, reportingto the members of the Health Advisory Committee. The Health Director is required to lead a multidisciplinary health care delivery team in order to provide primary community health services designed to meet the holistic needs of Xeni Gwet’in First Nations’ people. The Health Director’s primary responsibility is to plan, implement and evaluate community health programs reflecting the physical, cultural, psychological, social and environmental needs of Xeni Gwet’in First Nations people.How to ApplyPlease send a cover letter, resume and 3 employment references to the attention of:Juan C. (Wisyum’xw) Cereño, BSW; MSWHealth DirectorVia email at: jc.associates@usa.net Closing Date: October 16 @ 12:00 NoonInterviews: October 22 @ 10:00 a.m. ?ENIYUD HEALTH SERVICESJOB DESCRIPTIONPOSITION TITLE:HEALTH DIRECTORSUPERVISOR:Health Advisory CommitteePAY SCALE CLASSIFICATIONUnder Review relevant supervisory experience or a minimum of Bachelor of Social Work or Bachelor of Nursing degree with three years of relevant supervisory experience. Demonstrated working knowledge of accounting ��?ENIYUDHEALTHSERVICES____________________________________________________________________________________________________________Managerial skills, including the ability to provide leadership and supervision to members of the health care delivery team.Knowledge and appreciation of the Tsilhqoxt’inculture and history and ho

2 w these influence the developmentof indi
w these influence the developmentof individuals, families and communities.Understanding of crosscultural issues as they affect the delivery of health services.Comprehensive knowledge of federal, provincial and aboriginal organizations mandated to provide health services.Professional commitment, flexibility and good problem and dispute resolution skills.Computer literacy on Windows, Database, Microsoft Word, Access, Excel and other computer software.Ability to balance competing priorities and to work under pressure.Ability to write concise reports to various audiences.Ability and willingness to represent and to promote ?Eniyud Health ServicesMust possess and maintain a valid B.C. Driver’s License.Drugsfree lifestyle.Must successfully pass the required preemployment RCMP Criminal Records Check.ENERAL MPLOYMENT UTIESUnder the administrative guidance and supervision provided by the Health Advisory Committeethe Health Director develops, implements, monitors and evaluates community health plans designed specifically to meet community needs. The Health Director provides professional guidance and supervision to other members of the health care delivery team and maintains liaison with other Xeni Gwet’in First Nation program managers and other staff members from community agenciPECIFIC MPLOYMENT UTIESLANSIMPLEMENTSMONITORS AND EVALUATES OMMUNITY EALTH LANS BY 30%Seeking and encouraging individual and community input in determining health care needs and establishing health care priorities for the Xeni Gwet’in First Nation community.Assessing health needs using knowledge and information about the community including statistical information related to morbidity and mortality and gener

3 al community health status.Developing co
al community health status.Developing community health plans within the parameters of regional and national program objectives and standards.Discussing the community health plans with members of Xeni Gwet’in First Nation Health Advisory Committee to ensure they reflect ?Eniyud Health Services’equirements and incorporates stated community needs.Ensuring that prevention, promotion, and treatment programs are delivered as identified in the health plan.��____________________________________________________________________________________________________________EALTH IRECTOROB ESCRIPTIONAGE OFSeptember 2014 ��?ENIYUDHEALTHSERVICES____________________________________________________________________________________________________________Monitoring the delivery of health programs and services to ensure that they reflect the priorities outlined in the community health plan.Evaluating program results and effectiveness through client feedback, statistical data, and clientrecords information.Reviewing and adjusting community health plans to reflect community needs and the ?Eniyud Health Services’health objectives.UPERVISES THE ACTIVITIES AND PERFORMANCEOF OTHER MEMBERS OF THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY TEAM BY 35%Discussing and explaining community health plans and health objectives to staff and evaluating progress on a continuing basis.Providing administrative support and supervision to the Community Health Nurse and the Home and Community Care Nurse.Directing staff in the development and implementation of community health plans and monitoring and evaluation of progress so as to identify and implement changes as required.Ensuring staff compliance with nursing care guideline

4 s.Completing employee performance evalua
s.Completing employee performance evaluations on an annual or as required basis.Recommending to the Health Advisory Committeeidentified training requirements of the Community Health Nurse, Home and Community Care Nurse, Community Health Workers, Home Care Attendants, Homemakers, Nutritionist, Addictions Counsellors, and Health Clerk as appropriate.ROVIDES COLLEGIAL DIRECTIONS AND PRACTICAL SUPPORT TO OTHER MEMBERS OF THE HEALTH CARE DELIVERY 10%TEAM BYProviding the Community Health Workers, Nutritionists, Addictions Counsellors, and other health care providers with current clinical information regarding relevant medical and health careissues.Assisting other members of the health care delivery team in preparing and delivering effective community education and support projects by suggesting educational approaches, methods of implementation, resources (material and human), and audio visual aides.Working with other members of the health care delivery team in planning and implementing community health activities.Understanding and explaining the role of each member of the health care delivery team to provincial health units, hospitals, doctors and other agencies.Providing practical support and collegial guidance to health practitioners employed by ?Eniyud Health Services.Participating in the selection and orientation of new members of the health care delivery team when requested to do ��____________________________________________________________________________________________________________EALTH IRECTOROB ESCRIPTIONAGE OFSeptember 2014 ��?ENIYUDHEALTHSERVICES____________________________________________________________________________________________________________STABLISHES A

5 ND MAINTAINS LIAISON WITH EALTH DVISORY
ND MAINTAINS LIAISON WITH EALTH DVISORY OMMITTEEAND COMMUNITY AGENCIES BYMeeting on a regular basis and as requested with members of the Health advisory Committee, Social Workers, Home and School Coordinators and other staff members and community leaders to inform, seek input and advise on health problems and resolve health concerns.Meeting on a regular basis and as requested with other health professionals and agencies to provide information on services delivered by the Xeni Gwet’in First Nationand to consult and make referrals in relation to clients’ health problems.ERFORM OTHER RELATEDDUTIES SUCH AS 10%Submitting monthly statistical reports to the Health Advisory CommitteeMaintaining and updating professional knowledge by attending selected and relevant professional meetings, conferences and inservices, and by reviewing professional research and literature.Ensuring the proper orientation and training of all new nursing staff.Ensuring that all ?Eniyud Health Services’ staff members are aware of and follow established safety rules and procedures and that the workplace is maintained in a safe condition.Performing duties within the Nation and driving private or agencyvehicles as required.Contributing to case conferences and working collaboratively with other professionals in resolving any problems or concerns impacting the delivery of health services to Xeni Gwet’in First Nation’spatients and communities.Assisting Xeni Gwet’in First Nation’scommunity members in addressing concerns and complaints regarding health care services.ONFIDENTIALITYThe Health Directoris expected to be familiar, comply with and enforce the expectations of confidentiality as outl

6 ined in:The ?Eniyud Health Services Poli
ined in:The ?Eniyud Health Services Policies and Procedures ManualThe B.C. Health Act.The B.C. Mental Health Act.ONITORING AND VALUATIONThe Health Directormonitors and evaluates services by:Using culturally appropriate techniques, which may include both formal and informal methods, to assess clients’ use of and satisfaction with services.Assessing community members’ use of liaison services, attendance at educational programs, and their perceived benefits of services.Assisting in the completion of annual program monitoring evaluations.��____________________________________________________________________________________________________________EALTH IRECTOROB ESCRIPTIONAGE OFSeptember 2014 ��?ENIYUDHEALTHSERVICES____________________________________________________________________________________________________________CKNOWLEDGEMENT AND ERTIFICATIONMy signature below certifies that I have read, understood and accepted my job description. I will also familiarize with, and will adhere to the ?Eniyud Health Services’ Personnel Policies and Procedures Manual. I understand that this is a permanent, fultime position subject to a threemonth probationary period, successful annual performance evaluations and yearly appropriation of funds from funding sources.This is a revised job description, updated and signed this 30, day of September 2014Juan C. (Wisyum’xw) Cereño, BSW; MSWHealth Director?Eniyud Health ServicesChief Roger WilliamCouncillor Loretta William Councillor Marilyn BaptisteWitnessWitness ��____________________________________________________________________________________________________________EALTH IRECTOROB ESCRIPTIONAGE OFSeptember