Associate Director, Enterprise Facility Strategy and Capital Planning

Location: 

Calgary, AB, CA, T3N 1S5 Vancouver, British Columbia, CA, V6H 2N9 Ottawa, ON, CA, K1G 4J5 London, ON, CA, N6J 2N4 Edmonton, AB, CA, T6G 2R8 Toronto, ON, CA, M5G 2M1 Brampton, ON, CA, L6T 5M1 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, CA, B3B 0H7 Winnipeg, MB, CA, R3E 3R4 St. John's, NL, CA, A1B 3Z9 Ancaster, ON, CA, L9K 1S4 Sudbury, ON, CA, P3C 1V4 Saint John, New Brunswick, CA, E2K 0H6

 

To apply for this position, please visit boyden.thriveapp.ly/job/2510. For more information, please email Virginia Warren at vwarren@boyden.com.

 

 

Canadian Blood Services is an essential part of the country’s network of healthcare systems. Together, with donors, recipients, employees, partners and volunteers, Canadian Blood Services is Canada’s Lifeline, providing lifesaving products and services in transfusion and transplantation for Canadian patients, and safeguarding Canada's systems of life essentials in blood, plasma, stem cells, and organs and tissues.

 

Canadian Blood Services (CBS) is seeking an experienced leader to be its Associate Director, Enterprise Facility Strategic and Capital Planning. In this critical role, the Associate Director will drive the Enterprise Facility Asset Strategic plan by leading the development of the enterprise facility portfolio and capital plan. They will oversee CBS Physical Infrastructure capital and master planning, provide crucial support for capital planning initiatives, develop business cases and plans, ensure strategic alignment across CBS divisions and strategies, and foster relationships with both internal and external stakeholders. The Associate Director also oversees the effective management of assigned personnel and external consultants, including those in management roles, ensuring alignment with the overarching goals of Corporate and Financial Services. Furthermore, this position serves as a key facilitator in developing strong inter-departmental and intra-divisional relationships on a national scale. In summary, this role will ensure that the physical footprint of CBS continually evolves to best serve donors, patients, and health systems across Canada.

 

As an ideal candidate you bring post-secondary level education in a relevant discipline and possess a minimum of 10 years of progressive experience in facility planning and development in a complex government or highly regulated environments. Previous experience working in a regulated environment would be considered an asset. You also have a minimum of 10 years of progressive managerial experience in facility planning and capital management in a complex multi-site environment and have in-depth knowledge of facility asset planning and alignment to environmental sustainability practices. You also have knowledge and experience in program and project management and have a demonstrated ability to lead and manage change. You are known for your excellent interpersonal skills, your ability to influence, and your effective team building and leadership skills. Finally, you exemplify integrity, collaboration, teamwork, adaptability, respect, and excellence in every situation.

 

Are you ready to embark on a meaningful and inspiring journey, where what you do matters? Be part of Canada’s lifeline. Because we can all be the reason, the connection, that keeps Canadians living. To apply for this position, please visit boyden.thriveapp.ly/job/2510. For more information, please email Virginia Warren at vwarren@boyden.com.

 

Diversity and inclusion play a vital role in ensuring health equity for patients across Canada.

Canadian Blood Services is committed to reflecting Canada’s population in its organization and fostering an environment where all employees can be their authentic selves, with equal opportunities to succeed and contribute.
 

To protect the health and safety of its employees, all Canadian Blood Services’ employees are required to be fully vaccinated (COVID-19 vaccine doses as approved by Health Canada), subject to any medical or other human rights grounds. Persons who have been vaccinated outside of Canada must contact their local Public Health Unit to obtain a vaccine equivalency certificate.
 

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those under consideration for the role will be contacted.