The Manager, Privacy Assessments, Intake and Education, will be a member of the AHS Information & Privacy leadership team.
This manager will work closely with the other team members within Information & Privacy on identifying and researching trends and resources to empower AHS people to build the confidence and knowledge required to address privacy related matters in their day-to-day operations and to enable AHS operational objectives and strategies.
This position is not only critical for the success of three pro-active privacy teams; Privacy Assessments, Education and Intake, but also the continued success of the organization-wide Protection of Privacy Initiative (POPI). This role will be located in Calgary and provide the Chief Privacy Officer support for the POPI organizational culture change components.
In particular, this position will lead the pro-active efforts to create a culture of shared accountability for privacy matters on the front-lines. This includes providing advice and consultative services regarding best privacy practices and the application of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP) and the Health Information Act (HIA) to AHS management, physicians and other affiliates including responding to general questions from AHS staff, external stakeholders and the general public.
This position is responsible for the oversight of privacy impact assessments (PIAs), supporting information sharing for research purposes, privacy training and related resources, awareness campaigns, and the intake process. This Manager will also oversee the development of a privacy coach network and other people centric approaches to enhance the privacy culture at AHS.
– Post-secondary Degree in law, Information Science, Information Management, Political Science, Public/Health/Business Administration, Health Sciences or related area is preferred; however relevant work related experience will be considered.
– Information, Access, and Privacy Certificate is highly desirable.
– General knowledge of information privacy principles with specific knowledge of FOIP and HIA or other similar information/privacy legislation is required. – Experience with communications, training, and change management is highly desirable.
– The capacity to lead a team through change and demonstrated abilities to be solution based in approach will be critical to the success of this position.
– Ability to interpret and apply legislative principles.
– Superior customer service, relationship building skills, writing, editing, reviewing, proofreading, speaking, listening, critical thinking, organizational, and consultation skills are necessary.
– 5 years’ experience in a leadership capacity preferably for a health services organization, within an Information & Privacy, Information Management or Risk Assessment role is required.
Closing Date: 6 March 2017