Project Lead - Commercial Tobacco Intervention in Indigenous Communities
PROJECT LEAD: Commercial Tobacco Intervention in Indigenous Communities
The primary function of the Project Lead - Commercial Tobacco Intervention in Indigenous Communities is to lead the development of ongoing professional partnerships with Indigenous communities to support the development and implementation of a guideline on commercial tobacco use by Indigenous people (on and off reserve), focusing on equitable access to services and supports for pre-and post-natal women and their families, a program funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care.
- Lead the collaboration with Indigenous communities and ensure Indigenous perspectives are represented and that the program is designed in a way that incorporates Indigenous values in a meaningful way.
- Build and maintain relationships with community stakeholders and external partners and provide support, education, and resources as required.
- Assist in the execution of key deliverables related to the commercial tobacco intervention in Indigenous communities program.
- Participate in the development of structures, approaches, and systems to integrate best practice guidelines and other evidence-based practices within Indigenous communities.
- Coordinate the implementation of program activities based on deliverables and outcomes in accordance with the project proposal.
- Contribute to the preparation of regular reports to internal and external stakeholders.
- Participate in designing and developing dissemination materials such as templates, advertisements, brochures, and other knowledge translation materials (presentations, posters, etc).
- Develop, present and facilitate in-person forums, teleconferences, webinars/webcasts, video events and other similar knowledge exchange events for the program.
- Coordinate and support the development of funding proposals related to program activities, including final reports and evaluations.
- Represent the RNAO at conferences and other exhibiting events, which includes booth preparation, and presentations.
- Continuously innovate and search for opportunities to grow and expand the program.
SKILL, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:
- Registered Nurse (Master’s Degree an asset) with current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario and membership with RNAO.
- Lived experience and in-depth knowledge of Indigenous cultures, experience working with Indigenous communities, experience residing in an Indigenous community, and ability to speak an Indigenous language considered an asset.
- A minimum of three years of experience is required in areas such as: nursing, health promotion, community engagement and outreach, Indigenous stakeholder consultations, relationship development and management, public speaking, knowledge transfer, and project and curriculum development.
- Knowledge of the principles of evidence-based practice and experience with implementation of Best Practice Guidelines (BPGs).
- Strong organizational and project management skills to manage competing deadlines and priorities.
- Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills to deal effectively with staff and stakeholders to synthesize and help create reports, proposals, presentations, and correspondence.
- Ability to work independently and with teams including internal and external stakeholders with an ability to organize workload, maintain a high degree of accuracy and detail, and meet deadlines.
- Ability to operate a personal computer and use a variety of software programs.
- Excellent time-management skills to prioritize workload and react to unscheduled events, issues, or situations that may require an increase in speed, and meet multiple demands.
- Concentration and sitting is required for long periods of time (more than 2 hours regularly)
- Creativity to design marketing/promotional materials, newsletters and related documents for members and non-members.
- Ability to maintain privacy and confidentially of information related to projects.
- Sight, touch, and hearing are used when proofreading documents, preparing correspondence and answering telephone.
- Works in a climate-controlled office with some exposure to stress from multiple demands.
- Typical conditions are such that no risk or injury is present.
- Travel throughout the province of Ontario, including remote areas, is required as part of this role which includes overnight stays and potentially lengthy travel journeys. Valid driver's license required.
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We thank all applicants, and qualified candidates will be contacted.
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