- Health Care Job Site -
There are 5 Health Authorities in BC and each one will have a health care job site with a "Careers in Health Care" page.
Start your BC job search here.
Here is the main Alberta job search page.
This link is the central place for Saskatchewan healthcare employment.
You can get access to each of the 13 provincial health authority websites from the "contact us" page where they are all linked.
|Manitoba||Each of the health authorities in the province of Manitoba have their own website with a careers section, listing available jobs.|
Nursing Jobs in Ontario are listed at the Health Force Ontario site which provides up to date information on employment opportunities.
To gain access to the information about registered nurse jobs in Ontario you will have to register on the site.
Here is a link to the listing of the 18 Regional Health Authorities in Quebec.
Each authority will have its own website that lists opportunities for healthcare employment.
They will all be in the French language only.
This province has 2 regional health authorities.
This province has 10 District Health Authorities but they do not have their own health care job sites.
Instead there is a central listing of careers in health care including jobs for physicians, nurses, and other allied professionals.
|Prince Edward Island||
There are 4 main health regions but the province is small both in geographical size and population. Health care is administered as a department of the provincial government.
A single webpage, Health Jobs PEI, provides links to the available healthcare employment opportunities.
|Newfoundland and Labrador||
A central site for jobs in Newfoundland and Labrador connects to all kinds of job opportunities including careers in health care. You can create your own profile and view the types of jobs in nursing that are available.
The Canadian health care system is regulated by a federal law called the Canada Health Act but is administered provincially. This accounts for the differences in how the job application process is structured.
Some provinces have regional or district health authorities and in the territories and provinces that have a small population base, health care employment is managed directly by the provincial government.
If you are qualified to work in healthcare, employment opportunities can be found at any of these links.
If you are interested in nursing jobs in Canada but are not ready to make an application for employment you can still look at the number and types of nursing jobs that are available.
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