Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Our client, Actionmarguerite, is seeking a Chief Executive Officer. Actionmarguerite operates personal care homes, specialized care programs and foundations to serve the community. They place the utmost importance on quality of life and personal autonomy. Actionmarguerite homes offer residents a robust and full life and the staff and volunteers serve them with compassion and dedication, reflective of the values of the Francophone community. The facilities and programs keep residents and clients engaged, happy and healthy. They offer an environment that improves the lives of the residents, a place that meets their unique needs for dignity and comfort.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Actionmarguerite provides strategic leadership of the development and delivery of a wide array of programs and services, ensuring the organization meets its mission and achieves its vision and strategic directions. The CEO will create and sustain an intentional person and family-centered, values-based organizational culture and environment, reflecting the values of the Francophone community served. They will transform the organization to maximize opportunities in Manitoba’s new healthcare system.

The Chief Executive Officer will work collaboratively with the Board of Directors and the executive management team to enhance programs and services, meet emerging needs and priorities; create and implement sound financial, human resource, service delivery and operational policies, and champion innovation, accountability and results achievement in a rapidly changing healthcare landscape. The CEO will also ensure Actionmarguerite meets regional, provincial and national accreditation standards as required by Manitoba Health, Seniors and Active Living, and the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for ensuring the overall success of Actionmarguerite and requires strong leadership skills and the ability to develop and maintain an environment aligned with the organization’s core values and reflective of the unique culture of the Francophone community. The Board of Directors will rely on the knowledge, skills and abilities of the individual in the role.

The ideal candidate will have an MBA or a post-secondary degree in a relevant discipline, complemented by at least 10 years’ senior leadership experience, preferably in an organization delivering health services in multiple locations. The candidate will have an in-depth knowledge of the long-term healthcare system. Experience working with a board or governing entity and knowledge of provincial funding and reporting requirements is considered an asset.

A demonstrated, successful track record of leading transformation, identifying new and innovative ways of delivering services and managing operations, and negotiating with funders is desired. The ability to communicate fluently verbally and in writing, in both official languages (French and English) is required.

Please send your resume, in confidence, to Lillian Wong, Senior Manager at [email protected].