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The College of Paramedics of Manitoba has retained the Summit Search Group to assist in the recruitment of the Executive Director. The College of Paramedics of Manitoba is the regulatory body established to serve and protect the public interest by fulfilling the legislated mandate and the authority granted to it.
Reporting to the Council, the Executive Director is a key management leader of the College of Paramedics of Manitoba. The Executive Director is responsible for the leadership and management of the strategic and operational affairs of the organization in accordance with legislation, bylaws, and policies set by the Council. The successful candidate will provide strategic insight and operational excellence to assist the Council in policy decision-making, lead the College in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission, vision, and values, and communicates effectively with all related stakeholders.
Strategic and Operational Planning:
- Outlines future vision of the organization, specific operational outcomes, and a strategic approach to achieving and measuring these outcomes.
- Create strategies to position the organization for the future by anticipating and acting on trends.
- Play an integral role in strategic planning and thinking, including by conducting periodic internal and external environmental scans to identify emerging issues that may affect the College of Paramedics of Manitoba or its relationship with key stakeholders.
Financial, Operational, and Organizational Leadership:
- Maintains and enhances an organization structure for the staff of the organization that directs critical human resources towards accomplishing strategic goals and operational outcomes.
- Fosters a culture, and establishes progressive policies, programs that support employees and that enable the organization to attract and retain highly qualified and competent staff to achieve the full potential of CPMB’s human resources.
- Maintains a clear definition of the responsibility of each employee; directs and motivates the staff; and creates a system of ongoing learning, development, and measurement of employee performance.
Programs and Services:
- Ensures that quality regulatory programs and support services meet the policies established by the Council. Programs are fair, transparent, objective, and innovative.
- Continuously evaluates program delivery methods/approaches to ensure they are meeting the needs of the public and are consistent with outcomes establishes in CPMB Policies.
- Sustain effective relationships with the provincial government, ensuring positive two-way sharing of information.
- Leads the organization in building and sustaining relevant affiliations with government and other stakeholders.
- Develops effective relationships with organizations sharing common interests at the provincial, national, and international levels.
- Under the direction of the Executive Expectations Policies, develops and maintains a multi-year financial plan and budget that addresses required forecasted levels of revenue and expenditure.
- Manages an annual budget of ~$ 1.2 million
- Implement an asset management strategy for the College.
- Ensures the development and implementation of effective financial and accounting systems and financial reporting.
- Develop and embed in daily operations, risk management practices that support innovation while mitigating risk.
- Ensures a dynamic, enterprise-wide risk management program is in place and is accountable to keep Council aware of risk mitigation through Executive Expectations Monitoring reporting.
- Ensures effective financial risk management controls within the limits of management authority and other Council policies.
Support and Interactions with Council:
- Ensures the Council receives all the information necessary to properly exercise its governance responsibilities. Upon the election or appointment of each new Council Member, the Executive Director supports a program that provides new members with the appropriate background information on the organization and orientation to the general strategic issues facing the organization at that time.
- Reports to Council on the compliance with Executive Expectations Policies.
- Supports the Council and its committees by providing relevant information and the resources required to fulfill their responsibilities.
- Post-Secondary education in a related field. An MBA or equivalent education is an asset.
- 10+ years’ experience is a management/supervisory role, preferably in a regulated environment.
- Strong understanding of the emergency healthcare system in Manitoba is an asset.
- Proven experience working with boards and government bodies to implement effective policy.
- Experience building out an organization and/or program would be considered a strong asset.
For more information, or to submit your resume, please reach out to Matt Erhard at Summit Search Group, [email protected]
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- Winnipeg, MB