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Methodologist; 18PEC - Ecomcs Stat (Ama Unit) PEC18

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Deadline: July 16, 2013  12:00:00 am

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Are you a detail oriented professional who thinks strategically?
Consider this exciting opportunity to showcase your analytical and statistical analysis skills in support of Ontario's health system strategy.

What can I expect to do in this role?

In this role, you will:
• provide advice for the research and analysis of health administrative and population data;
• advise on the development of various research, analytic and funding methodologies;
• provide research and advice in the definition and establishment of performance indicators;
• support evidence-based decision making through research;
• link, process, analyse data from various data sources and develop forecasting and decision support models;
• conduct environmental scans and research related to new and emerging ministry strategies and initiatives;
• assist in the development and delivery of health analytics education and training strategies.

How do I qualify?

Specialized Knowledge:
• you can apply theories, methods and measures in specialized areas, such as: health economics, statistics, biostatistics and mathematical modeling;
• you can support the evaluation of health system operations using knowledge of Ontario's health system strategy.

Analytical and Problem Solving Skills:
• you can measure performance using knowledge of analytical methods;
• you understand trends in health analytics and health planning to provide research and support strategies;
• you can understand and resolve problems using strong system thinking skills.

Consultation and Relationship Management:
• you can advise clients on health system analytic methodologies using consultation skills;
• you can prepare and present material to both professional and non-professional audiences;
• you can build partnerships with clients using relationship management skills.

Computer Skills:
• you can use population health and administrative databases and statistical software for advanced and complex analysis;
• you can use office software applications to create your own documents.

How to apply: 

  1. You must apply online by visiting You must enter the job id number 55181 in the Job ID search field to locate the job ad.
Better research ... better decisions ... better health

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