Position: Regular, full-timeNOTE: This role may involve travel
Are you eager to be part of a dynamic, growing and values-based organization? Are you up for the challenge of helping us strengthen our effectiveness, capacity and long-term sustainability? And are you ready to leap in and apply your awesome skills and knowledge – gained through progressively more senior roles you’ve held – to a small organization that’s making a big impact? This is an ideal role for a leader and change-maker in the non-governmental community. If this sounds like you, read on!
The Nursing Community Assessment Service (NCAS) is part of the BC College of Nurses and Midwives. We’re working with nursing regulators and governments across the country to address the acute nursing shortage. NCAS runs a high-stakes competency assessment that helps determine strengths and gaps in an applicant’s nursing skills and knowledge, and that supports regulators, including BCCNM, in making critical registration decisions.
At BCCNM and within NCAS, we value and celebrate diversity. We are committed to fostering an open, welcoming, and inclusive work environment where we value and respect all perspectives. We aspire to employ staff who are representative of the diverse B.C. communities we serve. BCCNM is also committed to making our health system more culturally safe for Indigenous Peoples of First Nations, Inuit, or Métis ancestry. We welcome and encourage their applications.
Each of us strives to meet our commitment to the following values to maintain a workplace that is welcoming, respectful, and supports the well-being of every BCCNM employee:
Our office is located at 200 Granville Street in Downtown Vancouver. To support a healthy work-life balance, we operate using a hybrid model. Employees enjoy a collaborative environment that offers flexibility to work both on-site and remotely each week.
As a valued member of our team, you can expect to be treated respectfully and professionally. While the workload is often busy, we are committed to supporting our staff to achieve work life balance. We value our staff and will give you opportunities to thrive.
Aside from the opportunity to be part of a passionate team contributing to our important mandate of protecting the public, BCCNM offers an attractive compensation and benefits package for regular employees that includes generous annual vacation, 100% company-paid group health and dental benefits, participation in the Municipal Pension Plan, along with many other programs designed to promote employee health and well-being.
Working closely with the executive director and the director of assessment, innovation and operations, the Senior Program Manager is responsible for managing NCAS’ Capacity Building Program. This work involves creating, implementing, managing and evaluating a variety of large and small projects and project activities all aimed at strengthening our core work – assessment development and delivery. Your work will be critical to enhancing our reach to internationally educated nurses across Canada, strengthening our reliability as an assessment service, and helping us achieve our financial and operational maturity. Work can involve everything from identifying new areas for effectiveness, to seeking out new project funding opportunities, developing and managing budgets, engaging consultants, managing projects, conducting surveys, writing reports and facilitating focus groups. This is an ideal role for an individual who has served multiple roles with increasing responsibility in the NGO community, who has taken initiatives from the ground up, performed a full range of project activities, and been accountable for all aspects of a program’s success. The role requires excellent stakeholder and government relations.
The NCAS Capacity-Building Program is comprised of multiple small and large projects and activities. The Senior Program Manager is responsible for a full range of activities within the program including, as required, research, proposal writing, reporting, and stakeholder engagement. Specifically, the SPM will:
This is a position for a seasoned professional who sees capacity building as a continuous process, and who is committed to working collaboratively towards the goal of achieving organizational and programmatic excellence. The ideal candidate for this position will have the following:
To view full job description visit: https://ncasbc.ca/about_NCAS/Pages/work_with_us.aspx
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We offer accommodation for applicants with disabilities to take part in the selection process. If we contact you about an interview or testing, please let us know if you require accommodation. We keep all information in relation to accommodation confidential.
Please forward your resume and cover letter in
French or English, to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use
NCAS Senior Program Manager as the subject line of your email. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled, so please apply immediately.
Note: References, education and professional credential verifications, and a criminal record check will be required for all final candidates.
While we appreciate all responses, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
To learn more about NCAS, please visit
www.ncasbc.ca. Thank you for your interest in NCAS and the BC College of Nurses and Midwives.