Senior Consultant, Strategic Transformation


Job Description

Are you a champion of change?  Are you passionate about helping people to thrive in complex and changing environments? Are you driven by developing and implementing innovative strategies that transform systems?

Bring your initiative, your client service focus, your systems level thinking and leadership skills to our dynamic team of project and change professionals.   As a member of Fraser Health’s team of internal consultants, you will provide customized strategic planning services and you will lead high priority cross- organisational change initiatives to help Fraser Health become Best in Health Care. Your experience in strategic planning, stakeholder engagement, project and change management and your understanding of the health care system, will be the keys to your success as a Senior Consultant, Planning and Transformation.  In these roles, you will make a difference as you:

  • Partner with senior leaders to develop strategies and to shape complex, multi-stakeholder transformation initiatives;
  • Develop comprehensive project strategies and plans in support of these initiatives, including stakeholder assessments, communication plans, pro-active risk and issue management;
  • Design and deliver change strategies and change management services to support people to successfully adopt and sustain new ways of working.

Are you motivated to join us? We are recruiting for two (2) temporary positions. We will be looking for you to have the following:

  • Master’s degree in health administration or a related discipline supplemented with project and change management courses and
  • At least five (5) years’ recent, related experience

If this sounds like you, take the next step and apply and we can continue the conversation about joining Fraser Health. We value diversity in the workforce and aim to maintain an environment of respect, caring & trust.

  • Effective October 26th, all new hires to Fraser Health will need to have full COVID 19 vaccination (have received a full series of a World Health Organization “WHO” approved vaccine against infection by SARS-COV-2, or a combination of approved WHO vaccines). Please note this applies to all postings, and individual medical exemptions must be approved by the Provincial Health Officer.

Fraser Health Authority is growing, the kind of growth you want to be a part of. With over 25,000 employees, 2,500 physicians and 6,500 volunteers providing a wide range of integrated health care services to over 1.9 million people living in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, Fraser Health is the largest and fastest growing Health Authority in Canada serving 1 in 20 Canadians. We want you to join us in our growth as you maximize, improve and expand your skills.

Twelve acute care hospitals, BC’s first dedicated outpatient care and surgery centre and a wide range of services in public health, home health, mental health and residential care facilities – all within Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. Known as one of the most desirable place to live in the world, these dynamic communities along with inspiring scenery and easy access to an abundance of outdoor activities provide an amazing quality of life.

We are proud of the collaborative culture and the innovation, dedication, integrity and tenacity of our physicians, employees and volunteers. More than any building or technology, it’s our people who make Fraser Health distinct.

Valued benefits

A career at Fraser Health will offer you the opportunity to work in a dynamic and exciting organization, in a dedicated and diverse team with professionals who are eminent in their respective fields.  We offer a competitive compensation package, including comprehensive health benefits coverage. We invite you to apply today and find out why.

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Job ID: 4994459
Fraser Health
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