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Nurse Practitioner Lead

Job Information
Author eocanada
Date February 1, 2018
Type Full Time
Company Maamwesying North Shore Community Health Services
Salary Competitive plus benefits - Per Hour
Location Vancouver, BC
Category Business / Management
Contact Information

About the Organization

Maamwesying North Shore Community Health Services/ N’Mninoeyaa Aboriginal Health Access Centre is an accredited, not for profit community-based health service provider.

The N’Mninoeyaa Aboriginal Health Access Centre is one of ten (10) Aboriginal Health Access Centres in Ontario and is a well respected, progressive healthcare organization committed to providing high-quality healthcare services to 11 member First Nation communities.

Unique in Canada and made in Ontario, AHACs are community-led, primary health care organizations.   They provide a comprehensive array of health and social services to Aboriginal peoples.

About the Opportunity

N’Mninoeyaa Aboriginal Health Access Centre is seeking a Nurse Practitioner Lead to join a dynamic self-motivated group of health care professionals. This is a unique opportunity for candidates who are interested in becoming a key member of a team that addresses the healthcare issues of First Nations and aboriginal populations.

Working collaboratively with a Diabetes Nurse Educator, Registered Dietitian, Behaviourist, Nurse Practitioner and Nurse Case Manager, you will help to provide assessments, consultations, education and direct treatment within the four partner First Nation community clinics in and around Wawa and Chapleau.

To qualify, you must have a minimum of 3 years of related work experience, combined with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing with Extended Class designation. You will also be registered and in good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario. Additional training or credentialing is considered an asset (Certified Geriatric NP, Certified Diabetes Educator, Certified Asthma Educator, Certified Respiratory Educator, Psychiatry Certificate Program, TEACH certificate and Cardiovascular Certificate Program).

A demonstrated sensitivity to and an understanding of the Aboriginal cultural values and Traditions will be essential to your success, as is knowledge and the ability to work with people with diverse practices, cultures, and beliefs.

About the Benefits

Don’t miss this opportunity to join a family-oriented, close-knit team of individuals who are committed to the wellness of the communities they serve.

In return for your hard work, you will receive an annual salary of $103,822 to $113,000 based on experience and qualifications.

In addition, you can look forward to the following perks:

  • HOOPP (Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan)
  • Relocation Expenses are Negotiable
  • Extended Health Benefits Paid
  • 3 weeks of vacation per year to start
  • 10 Professional Development Days and Budget (up to $3600/annually)
  • Access to Regular Cultural and Traditional teachings of the Ojibwe People
  • Support and Consultation with Other Primary Health Care Professionals
  • Technology Amenities (ie. Laptop, electronic medical record system, cell phone)
  • Access to a company vehicle with all travel expenses covered
  • Modified Work Week is available and negotiated

If you’re a motivated individual who is looking to take your career to greater heights – Apply Now!

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