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12.112 Manager, Problem Gambling Services (Temporary Full Time)

Job Summary 

Responsible for overall leadership of the assigned patient care program/units in the development and delivery of innovative programs and services to ensure the delivery of quality care to all patients/families in the program. 

  • Current Certificate of Registration with the designated College for the profession, preferred.
  • Problem Gambling Counselor Certification and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences required
  • Minimum 5 years current, relevant clinical experience - required.
  • Previous healthcare administrative experience preferred or evidence of relevant learning activity in healthcare administration- preferred
  • Commitment to departmental and professional standards and accountability
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • A valid Ontario Drivers License and access to a reliable vehicle.
  • French Language proficiency an asset.


  • Provides leadership and direction in the development and implementation of innovative models of treatment and service delivery and ensuring the maintenance of best practice standards across addiction services.
  • Provides overall leadership and direction to the service in terms of operating policies and procedures, staffing, and the care provided to clients/residents and their families.
  • Provides consultation and supervision to staff and work collaboratively with team.
  • Maintains establishes and enhances effective communication and relationships with WRH programs, the network of Addictions services, referring agencies, other hospitals and research partners including University of Windsor and the Ontario Problem Gambling Research Center
  • Provides leadership in training activities, service evaluation and research projects.
  • Manages program documentation and prepare program reports
  • Manages, monitors and evaluates program activities, ensuring effective systems, practices and timelines are adhered to.
  • In collaboration with the Finance Department, assumes responsibility for the preparation and monitoring of the budgets, and demonstrates ability to use analysis of cost/benefit and other decision-making techniques to improve/assist decision-making.

We thank all applicants in advance for their interests, however only those under consideration will be contacted.

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