As a critical part of British Columbia’s COVID-19 response, Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) is strategically building our team in each of the communities that we serve – Richmond, Vancouver, the North Shore, Sunshine Coast, Sea to Sky corridor, Powell River, Bella Bella and Bella Coola – to support our sites as well as testing, contact tracing and the largest vaccination campaign in history.
Current Opportunities – Acute Sites
We are actively recruiting for the following position(s):
COVID-19 Immunization Clinics
Thank you to everyone who applied or submitted an expression of interest to support our COVID-19 immunization team. Since launching our campaign in February, we received tremendous levels of interest from health professionals across our region and are now in a great position to ensure all of our clinics are fully staffed and able to deliver vaccines effectively and as efficiently as supplies allow. Our immunizer staffing pool was built for excess capacity to make sure that we have the ability to be responsive to any unanticipated fluctuations in supply and appointment bookings.
Given the current assessment of our needs, we are no longer collecting expressions of interest and do not anticipate resuming our hiring activities for new immunizers at this time.
To view all other immunization clinic positions:
VCH is always looking for passionate health-care professionals to join our team. Check out the other opportunities currently available across the organization:
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with VCH. For further information on how to get involved, please visit our Volunteer page.
Working at a VCH site during COVID-19
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have taken extraordinary measures to ensure the safety of our staff and medical staff as well as patients, residents and clients across VCH. We take this responsibility very seriously – your safety is our priority. The critical steps to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmissions in the workplace include early identification of cases, prompt isolation, testing and monitoring, and proper infection prevention and control practices. All health-care workers providing direct care are required to wear surgical or procedural masks, eye protection and gloves.
Full safety plans and training are provided for all staff and medical staff in accordance with BC Centre for Disease Control and WorkSafeBC guidelines.