WE’RE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR STAR TALENT
We welcome international applications from qualified health care professionals who are internationally trained. Although the process to emigrate to Canada can be involved, you will immediately appreciate upon arrival the pleasures of life on Canada’s west coast!
To learn how to apply as an out of province, or international applicant, click below:
How to Apply
Vancouver Coastal Health offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package, which may vary depending on collective agreement and employment status. To learn more visit our benefits page:
Registration with the appropriate regulatory body is mandatory in British Columbia to in order to practice as a nurse. Please visit the CRNBC or CLPNBC website for more information on licensing and registration.
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
Evidence of the excitement that comes from working on the Central Coast is everywhere:
“I have had a lot of autonomy to grow in my position and to work both in the hospital and the community with my role. However, what really still absolutely memorizes me is the beauty that I am surrounded with. The hospital sits directly on the coast line. Each patient’s room has a large picturesque view of the ocean. On any given day I can watch whales go by, or an eagle perch itself on the tree directly outside. I frequently am woken up by the wolves at night. My most favorite thing while working is to take a moment and simply watch the ocean traffic of cruise ships, barges, local fishermen and the coast guard.”
– Larisa MacGregor, Licensed Practical Nurse at R.W. Large Memorial Hospital
“An influencing factor to moving home (Bella Bella) was the opportunity to raise our young son Gage around family, nature and culture. This has been a wonderful positive experience for us as a new family.”
– Gary Housty, Manager Clinical Services at RW Large Memorial
“I could not have asked for more engaged & dedicated employees.”
– Michel Bazille, Director at Bella Coola General Hospital
“Since arriving about a week ago I’ve been reminded of the awesome natural beauty of the Chilcotin plateau and Bella Coola valley and have had the privilege of meeting some great people around the hospital and community. I think it’s a unique place and a real gem in the province of B.C.”
– Luke Hughson, UBC Med Student
“My experience in Bella Coola has been invaluable – I would not have landed the job in Pemberton had I not gained so much experience here – it’s been very rewarding.”
– Megan Ross, Public Health Nurse