BC Public Service
Ministry of Health
Executive Director, Performance Monitoring & Evaluation
Salary $105,700.02 – $132,200.22 annually
Bring your vision and strategic performance expertise to this key leadership role
The Health Sector Information, Analysis and Reporting Division sets the foundation for the delivery of high quality health sector information, analytics and reporting. The Division leads key information management functions including data stewardship, governance, security, access, analytics and reporting, quality assurance, performance measurement and evaluations functions.
In the role of Executive Director, Performance Monitoring and Evaluation, you set the strategic direction and oversee the development and ongoing operations of the provincial performance measurement and evaluation activities. You undertake monitoring and evaluation across a range of levels within the health system including population, provincial, regional, community, site and patient populations. This oversight also includes quality assurance activities to drive improvements in the delivery of health care to enable better patient outcomes.
The ideal candidate will be able to see the big picture and bring a diverse group together to work toward goals; manage effectively in a fast-paced, high volume environment with evolving priorities; and build collaborative working relationships with stakeholders, ensuring continued communication to support the ministry and division’s strategic direction. If you are a strategic thinker with the initiative and expertise needed for this outstanding leadership role, we look forward to your application.
Qualifications for this role include:
- Degree in, economics, statistics, business/public administration, health sciences, social sciences, nursing, medicine or directly equivalent field and a minimum of 6 years of progressive and recent, related experience.* Preference may be given to applicants with a Master’s Degree; OR
- Other related Degree and a minimum of 8 years of progressive and recent, related experience may be considered.
*Recent related experience must include:
- Leading and directing (preferred) or managing programs with high public profiles, large budgets and divergent stakeholder issues, preferably in the health care sector.
- Leading and directing program evaluation and monitoring for health sector programs (preferred) or social service programs.
To learn more, including how to apply online by April 8, 2019 please visit: