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To provide research, analysis and recommendations to support CNO’s regulatory functions: Entry to Practice, Standards, Quality Assurance and Enforcement, as well as CNO’s mandate.
This role is temporary until February 2019
Regulatory Policy Development
- Defines the full scope of an issue and positions it to match CNO's mandate
- Develops a work plan identifying timelines, activities and end products
- Works collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders
- Conducts policy research that is relevant and meaningful, considers key issues and trends, considers impacts of external factors, and uses appropriate methodology that enables decision-making.
- Prepares evidence-based analysis about specific regulatory issues to assist Council in the decision-making process
- Delivers end products (e.g. briefing note, background paper) that contain evidence-based recommendations with sound rationale and logical analysis to support operational and regulatory decision-making in keeping with CNO's mandate
- Monitors the health care and regulatory environment, and reports key issues and trends
- Demonstrates a broad understanding of the College’s regulatory functions and works with internal and external subject matter experts to respond to policy needs
Regulation Submission to Government
- Prepares draft regulation based on Council’s direction; works with legal counsel to draft regulations; presents to teams, Committees and Council for discussion and decision
- Circulates draft regulation to nurses and stakeholders for comment; synthesizes and analyzes comments
- Prepares submission for government review; supports movement of proposed regulation through government processes and provincial legislature
- Collaborates with relevant teams to support implementation of new regulations.
- Supports communication plans for stakeholders
- Assesses opportunity to provide a formal response to external stakeholders
- In collaboration with relevant team(s), prepares formal responses to issues that require a response
- Identifies and communicates implications of emerging external policy issues that may impact the College
- Completion of post-secondary education in a complementary discipline plus two to three years of related work experience in a similar role.
Knowledge and Experience
- Knowledge of broad issues relating to the nursing profession, health care system and self-regulation
- Broad knowledge of the political process and the legislative framework that governs nursing in Ontario
- A comprehensive understanding of strategies and techniques to research, identify, and analyze nursing regulatory issues and policy solutions
- A high degree of knowledge and experience in analyzing policy questions (e.g. familiar with policy process)
- Knowledge of and ability to interpret a variety of qualitative and quantitative research findings, usually gained through three to five years’ experience in relevant analysis, research, health policy or health services management
- BScN preferred
- Strong analytical skills and the proven ability to synthesize diverse information
- Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
- Solid judgment, problem-solving and critical thinking skills
- Excellent time management skills and ability to handle conflicting priorities
- Demonstrated success working independently and across teams
- Confident interpersonal and presentation skills
Hiring Range: $83,057 – $86,581
Full Salary Range:$83,057 – $98,907
If selected for this opportunity, you will work full-time from our Toronto office.
Please email cover letter and resume by December 19th , 2017 at 4:00pm EST to firstname.lastname@example.org.