Director, Clinical Services & Health Privacy Officer

Four Villages Community Health Centre, Toronto

Director, Clinical Services & Health Privacy Officer

$95,000 - $105,000 + Benefits

A non-profit, community governed, primary health care agency, Four Villages has provided health care services and programs to individuals and families living in West Toronto since 1991.  Many of its services and programs focus on the needs of seniors, families with young children (particularly newcomers) and youth.  An interdisciplinary team of health care professionals looks after all health care needs including regular check-ups, physical and mental health care, and a variety of programs to improve health and wellness.  This involves looking at a person’s whole health - both physical and mental well-being – while treating health concerns as they arise.

Four Villages is accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA) and has achieved excellence in its client-centred approach to care and the accessibility of its programs and services.

The Opportunity

This is a career opportunity to make a difference by changing the delivery of health care and support services at the community level, working with a growing, learning organization committed to excellence in the fullest range of community health services.  The Director, Clinical Services & Health Privacy Officer provides leadership and manages the operations, planning, budgets, staff development and evaluation of inter-professional, coordinated, and responsive primary health care services across Four Village’s service sites (Bloor and Dundas); ensuring that population/community primary health care needs are met.  As Health Privacy officer, facilitates organizational compliance with PHIPA, ensures staff are trained and aware of their duties under the legislation, and to respond to inquiries related to Four Village’s privacy policies and practices.


  • Must be registered and in good standing with the applicable regulated health professional college in Ontario
  • Extensive senior leadership experience in supervision and the progressive management of inter-professional clinical teams
  • Demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in planning, evaluation and quality improvement
  • Understanding of population needs assessments, data analysis and basic information systems
  • Demonstrated commitment to and knowledge of community based primary health care, determinants of health, public policy within the health sector, current issues and resources
  • Familiarity and understanding of Population Health and Equity in Health Care including an understanding of Anti-Racism and appreciation of Anti-Racism in the Ontario and Canadian context, and in particular Anti-Black Racism and Anti-Indigenous Racism
  • Excellent communication, decision-making, problem-solving, conflict management and time management skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills including flexibility and a positive attitude
  • Demonstrated ability to working in an inter-professional team environment; strong team collaboration
  • Demonstrated leadership skills
  • Proficiency in the use of computers, various software applications and electronic health records
  • Excellent communication, decision-making, problem-solving, conflict management, analytical and time management skills
  • Ability to speak a second language, relevant to catchment area populations (Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, Arabic, Tigrinya), is an asset.


  • Masters degree in a health sciences discipline or administration is required

To submit your application by February 7, 2022, please email your cover letter and resume in two separate documents (PDF or Word) directly to Senior Search Consultant, Gina Eisler, at

Issues with applying? Please email

Questions about the position? Contact Gina Eisler at  or 647 529 5106.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest, in confidence.

We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted