Senior Improvement Specialist (Lean)

Senior Improvement Specialist (Lean)

National Healthcare Group
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Job Description

Job Description :
Job Description
The candidate will play a key role as Senior Improvement Specialist (Lean) in a government funded project. (Project Completion: End March 2024) The project was established to accelerate quality improvement across the Singapore healthcare ecosystem. In this job you will work closely with leaders at all levels of healthcare organisations, clinicians, nurses, front-line staff and patients to ensure timely delivery of improvement projects and deliver on expected results.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
    Oversee and drive national improvement projects / initiatives aimed at improving care processes/systems, improving health of populations, and reducing costsEstablish and maintain effective communications with all stakeholders. Anticipate stakeholder needs and respond promptly with appropriate and helpful solutionsProvide coaching to individual project groups / teams to enable them to achieve their goals effectively and efficiently with optimal participation of all team membersPromoting culture change by sharing best practicesProvide education, coaching, and mentoring on improvement methods, data collection and analysis methods, project management and change management techniques to project teamsOther additional functions include supporting departmental initiatives and activitiesAny other duties that may be assigned by Director

To succeed in the Senior Improvement Specialist (Lean) role, you will need to have a proven ability to identify and resolve problems utilising a myraid of improvement methodologies. You will oversee and drive improvement projects aligned with National Health Priorities
Job Requirements
    Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Health Science, Public Health, Operations Management, Industrial Engineering, or related fieldMinimum 7 (Seven) years of working experience in transformation/change agent role within an organization engaged in a Lean transformation preferred.Proven ability to identify and resolve problems utilising a myraid of improvement methodologies, plan and conduct complex project assignments and prepare reports.Proficiency with basic statistical analysis, CI tools and change management techniquesStrong communication skills and ability to collaborate with all organisational levelsAbility to lead groups in process redesign that enable better resultsDemonstrated ability to teach/coach/advise leadership at all levels regarding continuous improvement principles and practices and role of leader in a continuous improvement organization.

Personal Attributes
    Strong interpersonal and influencing skills in working with different groups of stakeholders across disciplines and all levels of staffSelf-motivated, resourceful and possess the passion to contribute to the national healthcare systemAbility to handle and manage stressful situations and work independently

This is an opportunity for you to coach and build stakeholders’ improvement skills and inculcate an improvement mindset with the aim of making quality improvement an integral part of the business strategy. This is a full time contract position that will end in March 2024.
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