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RN – Charge Nurse / Infirmier(ère) autorisé(e), Infirmier(ère) Responsable – Indigenous Services Canada

Remote/Isolated First Nations Communities | Indigenous Services Canada – First Nations and Inuit Health Branch

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Salary range

$108,659 – $141,310 (per annum inclusive of applicable allowances)
Or $83,560 – $97,384 Base annual salary (plus applicable allowances).

Locations

Remote and/or isolated First Nations communities in northern Ontario, Manitoba, and Alberta.

Rotation

Travel / outpost nursing rotations may vary and will include a combinaton of days, evenings, nights, and weekends.

Who can apply

Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.

Experience

Two years independent clinical experience as a Registered Nurse (in the last five years) in one or more of the following areas: Community Health; Primary Care; Urgent or Emergency Care; and/or Acute or Intensive Care. Experience as program or project leader in delivery of health services.

Make a difference, apply now:
Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse – ISC

Centre for Nurse Recruitment
sac.nursing-infirmiers.isc@canada.ca | www.canada.ca/nurses-for-first-nations

With Indigenous Services Canada (ISC), your work becomes your purpose. ISC nurses face a unique set of challenges, meaning every day is a new opportunity to grow personally and professionally. As an ISC nurse, you will immerse yourself in a First Nations community where the relationships you build and the connections you make will last a lifetime.

As an integral part of the team, you will carry out a full scope of practice and provide a broad range of services unique to northern nursing with ISC. You will work alongside a talented team of interprofessional health care providers and community members dedicated to delivering culturally and contextually safe care.

First Nations and Inuit Health Branch (FN IHB) is seeking experienced nurse practitioners to join their nursing team in First  Nations communities in northern Ontario, Manitoba and Alberta.

Nurse Practitioners deliver comprehensive primary health care services to clients at every stage of life that may include autonomous diagnosis and illness treatment, ordering and interpret in g tests, prescribing medications and perform in g minor medical procedures. They educate clients and their families about healthy living, disease prevention and managing illness, while incorporating new knowledge into their practice. You will have access to supports from Nurse Practice Consultants and a Nurse Practitioner community of practice.

You will work alongside community members that may provide security, reception, maintenance, housekeeping and community health support services.

During your time off, you’ll be surrounded by the natural beauty of the boreal forest and near by waterways. Outdoor enthusiasts may enjoy seasonal activities like hiking, fishing, boating , snowshoeing, cross country skiing and basking in the beauty of the northern lights.

Come for the experience. Stay for the people.
Enjoy the rewards.

Registered Nurse, Charge Nurse – ISC | sac.nursing-infirmiers.isc@canada.ca  | www.canada.ca/nurse s-for-first-nations

Posted: August 31, 2021; Expiry: March 31, 2022