This position is a joint opportunity between the BC Patient Safety & Quality Council and the Rural Coordination Centre of BC, with the Council as the main employer for this role. The Senior Health Economist will work on projects across both organizations and supports the strategic investment of resources, priority setting, clinical decision making and policy development through health economic and health services capacity development, analysis, and research; operates at the macro, meso, and micro levels within the organization to advise senior leaders on the development and implementation of frameworks for priority setting and resource allocation including the collection of data to support investment decisions; designs and conducts health economic evaluations of interventions to inform evaluation, return on investment and individual allocation decisions. Click here to read more on this job posting.
The Project Assistant will receive work direction from the Senior Manager, Health, Equity, and Engagement at UBC CPD and Senior Manager, Operations and Administration, RCCbc and will report directly to the Executive Director, Operations at RCCbc. The Project Assistant has a key role in supporting the Compassionate Leadership Training Program, under the leadership of Heather and Shawn Atleo and supports and facilitates the financial administration for RCCbc. Click here to read more on this job posting.
Clinical Director, Practice Ready Assessment British Columbia
The Clinical Director is responsible for all components of PRA-BC’s clinical assessments, including but not limited to screening applications to ensure suitability, ensuring alignment of the program, leading and coordinating quality assurance, developing and maintaining policies and procedures relating to clinical field assessments and developing and maintaining partnerships with stakeholders. Practice Ready Assessment – British Columbia (PRA-BC) is an assessment program for internationally educated physicians who completed residencies in family medicine outside of Canada and who have no alternative pathway to licensure in British Columbia. Click here to read more on this job posting.
MD Undergraduate Director, Year 3 Rural Family Practice Clerkship, UBC Faculty of Medicine
The Director of the Family Practice Clerkship is primarily responsible for this clerkship and will work with faculty and staff at the distributed sites in the planning, coordination, and implementation of comparable experiences in the clerkship for students at all sites in the MD Undergraduate Program. The Year 3 Rural Family Practice (RFP) clerkship is part of the Ambulatory Block of the Year 3 Clerkship (MEDD 431). The Year 3 Family Practice Clerkship Director reports to the Department Head via the Undergraduate Family Practice Programs Director Click here to read more on this job posting.
MD Undergraduate, Family Practice Year 3 and 4 Site Lead: Rural VFMP, UBC Faculty of Medicine
The MD Undergraduate Site Lead is primarily responsible for supporting the administration of the year 3 rural family medicine clerkship and year 4 family medicine electives in collaboration with the year 3 and 4 teams with primary responsibility for rural Vancouver Fraser Medical Program (VFMP). This position reports to the Department Head via the Undergraduate Family Practice Programs Director. Click here to read more on this job posting.