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The Communications Lead will report to the Executive Director, Operations at RCCbc and works closely with senior leadership. The Communications Lead is responsible to develop, execute, manage strategic, concise, and engaging communications strategies that further RCCbc’s goals and objectives. This role will manage content to increase internal and external engagement and awareness of the organization and to tell the stories of rural communities across BC.
The Finance Assistant will support overall finance, accounts payable and receivables including preparing and reviewing cheque requests, expenditures, and receivable transactions, and ensuring appropriate paperwork is included and sent for processing for payment. Responsibilities include timely and accurate processing of all accounting transactions reconciliation and account analysis to ensure accuracy of information; data-gathering in response to queries from consultants, staff, and participating in year-end processes; interpreting and accurately communicating written policies and procedures.
The Finance Lead will report to the Senior Manager, Operations and Administration, and Executive Director Operations, at RCCbc and work closely with Project/Staff Leads and senior leadership. Utilizing leadership, strategic, technical, financial and operational expertise, the Finance Lead will hold responsibility to analyze day to day finance activities and operations and provide advice and guidance to senior leadership.
The Project Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to designated RCCbc Project Team Leads within RCCbc. The Project Assistant has a key role in project support, implementation and delivery of various projects. The incumbent will receive work direction from Project Team Leads, and will work closely with rural, remote and Indigenous communities, partners and stakeholders.
The Senior Project Coordinator will work receive work direction from the Manager, Clinical Services and will report to the Executive Director, Operations. The Senior Project Coordinator has a key role in developing the plan for new projects in terms of determining budget and operational planning. The Senior Project Coordinator supports, facilitates, and organizes project activities and plays a critical role in project implementation and delivery.
The Rural Scholars Program has been created to provide an opportunity for rural clinicians to develop skills in scholarship and leadership. The program takes a broad approach to scholarship and can encompass any category of scholarship: discovery, integration, application/engagement and education. The Department of Family Practice within the Faculty of Medicine at the University of British Columbia (UBC) and the Rural Coordination Centre of British Columbia are accepting for a part-time (0.2 FTE) position of Rural Scholar applications for established clinicians in British Columbia to develop experience and skills in Rural Scholarship through the Rural Scholars Program. There are up to 2 positions available and it is anticipated that these will be distributed over the rural areas of British Columbia.