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Quality Performance Measurement Research Analyst

September 24, 2020 10:46 am
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The Chiefs of Ontario is inviting applications for the position of Quality Performance Measurement Analyst for the Health Research Unit.  The incumbent is a highly skilled professional and will be part of a dynamic team that will provide analytical support to develop, support, implement and evaluate performance measures for quality program development as required by Chiefs of Ontario.  The applicant must have relevant, recent, and significant experience in quality measure specification and development, data management, and statistical analysis and presentation of information to a variety of audiences.

LOCATION: Toronto, Ontario


  • Work as a key member of the Chiefs of Ontario Health Research Unit;
  • Provide planning advice, support, and Performance Measurement (PM) expertise to strategic and operational plans for Health Research at Chiefs of Ontario including the development and implementation of frameworks used in data collection;
  • Support Chiefs of Ontario’s performance measurement systems, including assessment, analysis, and evaluation of plans;
  • Ensure the process and practices are consistent with OCAP® principles, First Nations interests, approaches, and philosophies;
  • Provide input and expertise in the implementation of planning tools, performance measures, templates, and guides;
  • Analyze, conduct research, and present options for objectives, plans, outcomes, and processes;
  • Conduct evidence-based research and literature reviews as directed;
  • Develop correspondence and required reports, for the Health sector for the Chiefs of Ontario;
  • Participate on internal teams as required, either through formal assignment or on an ad hoc basis;
  • Work collaboratively with staff, regional and national committees, to support performance measures reporting;
  • Consistently demonstrate courteous, cooperative, and professional behavior to all contacts, internal and external
  • Remain abreast of changes in Federal/Provincial/First Nation policies that may impact First Nations in Ontario requiring a shift in approach to measure development priorities; Write briefing materials, reports, proposals and memos to inform and/or request approval from the Chiefs of Ontario


  • Master’s degree in one of the following fields of studies: MBA, M.H. Admin., M.Sc.;
  • Minimum of three years’ experience in health research or related environment;
  • Familiarity with quality measure specification and development, data management, statistical analysis, and fundamentals of research methodology required;
  • Understanding and knowledge of the health care industry;
  • First Nations knowledge translation skills
  • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines and successfully multi-task competing priorities;
  • Working knowledge of quality measurement, clinical practice guideline development, and health policy a plus;
  • Candidate must be organized, able to work as a member of a team, and dedicated to technical accuracy with a strong analytical eye and attention to detail;
  • Demonstrated excellent written communication skills and computer proficiency (MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) including Internet browsers.
  • Strong knowledge of Ontario First Nations and cultural diversity including culturally inclusive approaches, traditions, cultures, and values; understand the history and relationship between First Nations and the Crown;
  • Capacity to work independently and as a member of a team to complete assigned tasks and projects with attention to detail and follow-through essential;

DURATION: October 15th to March 31st, 2021

APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 2nd, 2020 5:00 pm EST (Application must be received by this date & time)

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