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Quality Practice Coordinator

College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario

This is a Full-time position in Toronto, ON posted October 14, 2020.

When a patient comes to a health care provider, they must be able to trust that they’re receiving safe, ethical care. We’re the College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario (https://www.crto.on.ca/) , and we’re the regulatory body responsible for ensuring that patients get the most from their respiratory therapist. We’re a team of professionals, unanimously motivated by that mission.We’re currently in search for a Quality Practice Coordinator to join our team. Could this be you?If you’re an inquisitive person with strong communication skills, and a high level of empathy and concern for others, this could be your next role.Quality Practice CoordinatorYou will assist in the day to day management of the CRTO Professional Development Program to ensure this program is carried out, and that the effectiveness of this program is maintained.You’ll provide professional practice guidance to CRTO staff, members, and external stakeholders and answer inquires, utilizing your own seasoned expertise.  You’ll identify the learning needs of our members related to professional practice issues and will collaborate to design overall learning strategies to support them. Your role will encompass:* Day-to-day management of all aspects of the CRTO’s PDP (i.e., RelevanT eLearning Module, Launch RT Jurisprudence Assessment, and the PORTfolioOM.)* Coordinating the recruitment, training, and assessment of PORTfolio Peer Assessors* Developing, in collaboration with the Deputy Registrar, the annual Launch and RelevanT modules* Responding to practice inquiries from Members, external stakeholders, and the general public* Ongoing review and revision of the Professional Practice Guidelines (PPGs), Position Statements, fact sheets, as well as other guidance documents* Providing administrative support for the CRTO’s Quality Assurance Committee and Internationally Educated Healthcare Professional (IEHP) programYou’ll succeed in this role if you exhibit a high degree of the following:* Communication skills – you bring clarity to complex situations, have good listening skills, are good at presenting and can adjust your style to suit the situation and the audience.* Organizational skills – you are a pro at planning ahead.  You understand that productivity is all about efficiency and time management, and you always get the most out of your day.* Positivity – you see problems as challenges to overcome, and lessons to learn.* Collaboration – you enjoy coming together on a common goal by thinking and offering various perspectives to provide solutions.This role is perfect for someone who’s interested in being deeply involved in every aspect of our professional conduct portfolio. If you are an independent and process-driven individual who’s eager to take ownership of a critical role in an organization dedicated to protecting the public, then we want to meet you.  Working @ CRTOThis is a full-time permanent position. You’ll mostly be working virtually Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm, coming to the downtown Toronto office 1-2 times a month. In addition to a competitive salary that is commensurate with experience, we offer competitive benefits, a health spending account, RRSP contribution matching, and tuition assistance for further education.Our team is small and close-knit. We’re an engaged group of high performers who find the work challenging, and the mission inspiring. We regularly collaborate, and when a tricky issue comes up, you’ll never hear someone say, “that’s not my job”. We’re always putting our heads together, trying to find the best solutions possible.We also genuinely enjoy spending time together, inside and outside the office. This is your opportunity to have a meaningful impact, grow professionally, and expand your network.QualificationsHere’s what else we’re looking for:* 5-8 years of experience as a clinical respiratory therapist in a range of settings* Current CRTO (College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario) membership in good standing* Experience communicating and presenting over the phone, online and through written messaging* Experience developing and implementing policies and procedures* Excellent Microsoft Office skills, as well as database skillsHow to ApplyOur online application will give you the option to apply to this role as a complete person – not just a resume. The application will assess your qualifications, personality traits and workplace preferences, and should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. After submitting, you’ll receive an email inviting you to log in and view your assessment results.We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us with the “Help” button in the application.We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.