Bridge Barn Consulting Inc.


Job Description

Health Care Consultant - Level II


$38.00/ hour


Work from Home and Various Work Sites within B.C.


Bridge Barn Consulting Inc. works primarily with First Nations communities in a variety of capacities including: Health Centre evaluations, strategic planning, community health planning, accreditation preparation, policy and procedure development, and project management. Our job at Bridge Barn Consulting Inc. is to “lift up” and empower our clients.

Job Duties:

  • Provides on-site and remote support for clients across British Columbia.

  • Supports and empowers client teams as they work towards identified goals and targets.

  • Builds effective relationships with clients and the project team.

  • Listens for and strives to understand First Nations cultural perspectives.

  • Leads projects by:

    • Utilizing project management skills to organize projects.

    • Utilizing change management approaches to support change and transition.

    • Utilizing a continuous improvement approach to support organizational growth and learning.

    • Utilizing coaching and motivational interviewing skills to support change and continuous


  • Facilitates group and team sessions.

  • Works with teams to develop, write and implement policies and procedures.

  • Works with teams to develop job descriptions.

  • Supports teams to develop annual work plans based on strategic priorities.

  • Supports communities to meet national accreditation standards.

  • Researches and gathers health information from various sources.

    • Utilizes research skills to gather information about new and innovative practices and evidence-based practices.

    • Works with clients to draw data from existing data sources.

    • Gathers information through the use of focus groups, interviews and surveys.

  • Reviews and summarizes complex documents.

  • Tabulates and analyzes qualitative and quantitative data.

  • Develops graphs, tables, charts, illustrations and infographics.

  • Develops community-friendly versions of complex documents.

  • Develops presentations and gives presentations on the findings/ outcomes of projects.

  • Writes, edits and formats large complex documents.

  • Collaborates with the development of proposals and project plans

  • Ensures documents and files are stored in a way to safeguard privacy and security.

  • Other duties as required.

Skill, Experience and Education Requirements:

  • Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.

  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with clients and colleagues.

  • Experience working with First Nations people and communities.

  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with First Nations people.

  • Demonstrated personal attributes of humility, genuine care and concern.

  • Ability to adapt plans at short notice (flexibility).

  • Demonstrated ability to focus on quality.

  • Experience utilizing project management skills to frame projects.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • Experience developing policy and procedure.

  • Experience developing and presenting reports and complex documents.

  • Demonstrated proficiency working with various computer programs.

    • (Minimum requirements: Word, Excel, Power Point, Visio, Outlook, SharePoint).

  • Experience facilitating small and medium sized groups.

  • Experience gathering information through focus groups, interviews and surveys.

  • Experience gathering and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data.

  • Experience researching and gathering information from various sources.

  • Experience working with accrediting bodies.

  • Informed of the requirements of the privacy and security legislation for private business.

  • Experience living and working in a rural community is an asset.

  • Ability to effectively visually present data.

  • Minimum 5 years of experience working in healthcare.

  • Master’s degree in the Health Sciences field.

  • Must provide a Criminal Records with Vulnerable Sector check.

  • Must have a drivers’ license.

  • Must have a means of travel to various work sites.


Occasional evening and weekend work may be required.


The primary work site is "home".


The location of work will vary based on the project.


Travel to various locations within British Columbia is a requirement of this job.


The job offer is subject to three (3) months of probation.


Hours of work: 9:00am – 5:00pm.


Applicants to submit their resume with a cover letter to: Corinne Visscher: