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  • 24-May-2019 1:27 PM | Anonymous

    Family Medicine Opportunities in PEI

    Full Time & Locum

    Health PEI is seeking Family Medicine physicians for a variety of full-time and locum opportunities across Prince Edward Island. Return-in-Service grants, moving expense allowance, and locum support incentives are available.

    Opportunities in urban and rural centers with flexible pay structures are available.

    Why Work in PEI?

    The inviting beaches, the delicious seafood, and of course, Anne of Green Gables. We’re proud of all of them - but there’s more to our island than what you see on postcards.

    There are several bicycle rental shops on the Island, and with good reason: cycling is a great way to get around. The highest elevation is 142 meters (465 feet) above sea level, with much of the land rising and falling in gentle slopes. Add the Confederation Trail with its 435 kilometers (270 miles) of flat, rolled stone dust surface and you have a cyclists and hiker's dream. Or try some canoeing, kayaking, fishing.

    Remuneration:

    Physicians can choose a salary or fee-for-service payment modality. Information related to payment modalities as well as  benefits including paid vacation entitlements, CME funding, RRSP program, and more can be found in the Master Agreement.

    Our Recruitment team would be happy to connect with you about remuneration options. Contact us directly at healthrecruiter@gov.pe.ca.

    Hours of work: 

    Hours will vary dependent upon position.

    Incentives:

    • Return-in-Service Grant and Moving Expense Allowance may be available.
    • Opportunity to teach with the PEI Residency Training Program with faculty appointment at Dalhousie University.
    • Electronic patient record system (hospital based) with access to lab and x-ray reports from office.
    • Other incentives as per the Master Agreement.

    Certifications and Other Requirements:

    • MCCEE, MCCQE Part I and MCCQE Part II as well as 1- 2 years of clinical experience working in Canada.
    • Eligibility for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of PEI.
    • Appointment to the Health PEI Medical Staff and appropriate privileging.
    • CCFP physicians will be given priority.

    To apply, send your CV to:

    Physician Recruitment Coordinator
    Recruitment & Retention Secretariat
    (902) 368-6302; 
    healthrecruiter@gov.pe.ca


    (Ad will be posted till June 1, 2020)

  • 18-Apr-2019 10:37 AM | Anonymous

     

    DEPARTMENT HEAD, DALHOUSIE FAMILY MEDICINE, FACULTY OF MEDICINE, DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA

     

    The Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University is recruiting an academic leader for the Department of Family Medicine and its network of teaching sites throughout the Maritimes. This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced and accomplished physician with proven leadership, vision, clinical and academic experiences to lead this dynamic department.

     

    As the academic Head, the incumbent will be responsible for the administration and development of teaching and research programs in the Department and its affiliated teaching sites across the Maritimes.

     

    The Department of Family Medicine at Dalhousie University takes a collaborative approach to the advancement of education, research and comprehensive clinical care to meet the needs of Maritime communities. It delivers a continuum of education programs to support the vision of comprehensive family medicine in these diverse communities. Its research and scholarly activities are focused on advancing primary care policy and practice. It is actively working to form partnerships with communities, health authorities, governments and other academic health organizations to advance family medicine education, research and clinical services that meet the health priorities of the Maritimes. With leadership and support from the Dean’s Office, the Department is leading a charter project to promote the visibility of and interest in Family Medicine as a career among Dalhousie medical students.

     

    The Department’s current strategic plan is described at this link: DFM Strategic Plan

     

    The Department’s academic programs are distributed in large and small communities across the three Maritime provinces. Medical students are placed in practices throughout the three provinces, with five longitudinal integrated clerkships. Its postgraduate academic leadership is focused in nine sites including Fredericton, Saint John and Moncton in New Brunswick; Prince Edward Island; and in the Annapolis Valley, South West, North Nova, Cape Breton and Halifax in Nova Scotia. The Department’s most recently established sites are North Nova based in Truro with learners distributed into Amherst, Truro and New Glasgow. A new teaching community site has been added to the Cape Breton program in Inverness and an additional residency position added in South West Nova.

     

    The Department Head will be appointed for a five-year position, potentially renewable. A Continuing Appointment in the Department of Family Medicine will also be offered to the successful candidate.

     

    The role of Head requires dynamic leadership, enthusiasm and vision in academic and clinical domains, together with management skills to influence education, research and service, and to align strategically and operationally across health systems in three provinces. The incumbent must be a strategic systems-level thinker with superior interpersonal skills to negotiate, nurture


    and leverage opportunities that maximize productivity through collaboration, partnership and integration of academic and clinical practice.

     

    To be considered for this role you are a consummate professional and embody the principles of accountability, transparency and fairness, and you have a proven track record of leadership success. The successful candidate will have an MD Degree, hold or be eligible for medical licensure in Nova Scotia and hold Certification in Family Medicine by the College of Family Physicians of Canada or its equivalent. Evidence of research productivity and experience working collaboratively with governments and health authorities are required.

     

    All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Aboriginal people, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community.

     

    To apply for this exceptional opportunity, applications must include a curriculum vitae and a summary statement of clinical, teaching and research interests. A completed Self-Identification Questionnaire, which is available at www.dal.ca/becounted/selfid will need to be included.

    Review of applications will begin on May 24, 2019 and will continue until the position is filled. Applications should be sent to the attention of:


    Dr. Michael Teehan
    Chair, Family Medicine Search Committee
    C/o Faculty of Medicine, Dalhousie University
    Room C-205, CRC, 5849 University Ave.
    Halifax, NS  B3H 4H7

     

    (or by email: dean.medicine@dal.ca)

     

    Dalhousie University web site is www.medicine.dal.ca.

     

    The Department of Family medicine web site is: https://medicine.dal.ca/departments/department-sites/family.html


    (Ad will be posted till July 17, 2019)

  • 15-Apr-2019 4:57 PM | Anonymous

    Permanent Family Physician Office Only in Sunny Sundridge

    To all interested physicians!

    The Sundridge and District Medical Centre is seeking a full time family physician starting July 29, 2019, or next earliest availability.

    The Sundridge and District Medical Centre is a friendly well-organized clinic with 2 physicians and 1 nurse practitioner. The clinic supports the Village of Sundridge, and the Townships of Strong and Joly. We are 45 minutes from 3 hospitals - Huntsville, Parry Sound and North Bay.

    The Practice

    The practice has just over 1000 patients - it serves a somewhat more mature population with 36% over age 65. We practice a full range of office based family medicine from shared antenatal and newborn care to geriatric and palliative care. Appointments are booked at 15 minute intervals. We are on TELUS PSS EMR.  Each practice has its own well trained secretarial staff. Each physician has 2 exam rooms and an office. Our Nurse Practitioner works collaboratively with both practices by providing preventative care, chronic disease management and urgent care. There are xray and lab services available 15 minutes away. In Sundridge there are chiropractors, massage therapists, dentists, community mental health services and child, youth and family services.

    The Contract

    The Rural and Northern Physician Group Agreement is an excellent contract for our community. Each physician provides 4.5 clinic days per week with 0.5 days of paperwork and office administration in addition to clinic time. Each physician provides 1 evening per week of clinic time as part of the 4.5 clinic days per week. There are no weekend requirements and no on-call requirements. There are no inpatient care requirements. Physicians are allotted 37 vacation days per year. We do not work on statutory holidays. There is pregnancy leave of 17 weeks at 50% salary, or 8 weeks of parental leave at 50% salary. The contract provides for most business overhead expenses. We are also eligible for the Northern Rural Recruitment & Retention bonus (N3R. $93,640) http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/northernhealth/nrrr.aspx, and Northern Physician Retention Initiative (NPRI). The contract provides a base salary in addition to a number of incentive payments - the average total monthly payment is $24,000 - $26,000.

    The Community

    Sundridge is a community of 1000 residents 45 minutes north of Huntsville and 45 minutes south of North Bay on beautiful Lake Bernard. Lake Bernard has beautiful shallow sandy beaches that are excellent for swimming, boating, kayaking and canoeing. And in winter, there is ice fishing, XC skiing, snowshoeing, skating and snowmobiling.   Year round there are theatre productions, choirs, sports leagues (hockey, soccer, baseball, volleyball, etc…). Children’s activities and lessons include dance, swimming, music, hockey, figure skating. Our local kids camps include Hockey Opportunity Camp and Glen Bernard Girls Camp. One entrance to Algonquin Park is only 10 minutes to the north. We are also in the middle of maple syrup country! Check out: http://www.almaguinhighlands.com and www.sundridge.ca.

    Come try us out:

    The Ministry of Health pays for community site visits if you would like to see our community, our clinic and our practices. Or you could come and locum. Locums at our clinic are paid through the HealthForce Ontario (HFO) Locum Program.  In addition, all private and shadow billing go directly to the locum. Travel and accommodations are reimbursed through HFO.

    I am happy to answer any questions you may have.  

    Please contact me at your convenience,

    Dr. Sarah MacKinnon, Lead Physician
    Sundridge and District Medical Centre
    5 Park Street, Sundridge, Ontario P0A 1Z0
    email: dr.mackinnon.smc@gmail.com
    office # (705) 384-1277


    (Ad will be posted till July 14 2019)

  • 09-Apr-2019 4:59 PM | Anonymous

    The Nanton Medical Clinic is seeking a 0.6 FTE (3 days per week) (will consider 0.8 FTE if interest) part-time family physician to join their clinic under an Alternative Relationship Program (ARP), with no designated after hours call. Ideal for a physician wanting a rural community, relaxed atmosphere with ‘down to earth’ people. We are a one stop shop for local health care needs as the Nanton Community Health Centre houses the physicians’ clinic, Nurse Practitioners, Public Health, Home Care and Laboratory services. The pharmacy is next door as is a local physiotherapist and a block away is the Designated Supportive Living site. We also bring many specialists to the area including mental health, dietician, diabetic, respiratory and foot care to be involved in our patient care.

    The physician will have a diverse panel including young families through to geriatric patients ranging in complexity which allows the physician to utilize a vast array of clinical expertise within their scope.

    Benefits of working under an ARP:

    • Better predictability and stability of physician revenue.

    • Potential for more innovation in service delivery to attain:

    - better continuity of care and more preventive care (e.g., smaller rural practices, intensive care units, pain management, underserved populations etc.),

    - more practice efficiencies from better integrated care resulting from stable revenue (e.g., allied providers)

    - greater scope to manage patient care, such as comprehensive examination of, and more effective service delivery for, patients with complex health needs.

    • Enables better work-life balance, no evenings or weekends, paid a competitive hourly rate, not fee-for-service.

    • Program and overhead support from AHS for practice expenses in the form of capital costs (e.g., premises) or variable costs (e.g., administrative support, IT, office supplies & medical supplies & equipment) • Potential for greater physician and patient satisfaction, with a comprehensive framework.

    With a population of approximately 2,200 people, the community of Nanton can be found 40 minutes south of Calgary along Highway 2. Nanton is best known for its authentic lifestyle and a wide-range of local events focused on the community’s antique and culture scene with museums such as the Lancaster Air Museum. This unique southern Alberta community offers its residents a relaxed lifestyle in a great locale, allowing for spending time with family at home or enjoying one of the Town’s many recreational facilities. There are plenty of opportunities to become involved in the community through service clubs and local societies. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the natural settings in the nearby foothills of the Rocky Mountains.


    With the Town’s close proximity to Calgary and located on the major north/south US/Canada highway corridor, Nanton supports a steady flow of tourism traffic. The downtown core is filled with boutique shops, and numerous cafes to explore. Nanton offers two schools for kindergarten through grade 12 and for those seeking post-secondary education, Calgary and Lethbridge offer a vast array of universities, colleges and trade schools. A local health clinic and excellent community health care network has allowed Nanton to be at the forefront of healthy living communities in southern Alberta.


    Additional information can be found at:

    www.nanton.ca

    www.nantoncommunityhealthcentre.com

    youtube.com/watch?v=NfMa1xDOsYY

    Posting close date – August 30, 2019 or until ideal candidate is found.


    (Ad will be posted till July 8, 2019)
  • 20-Mar-2019 6:38 PM | Anonymous


    (Ad will be posted till June 18, 2019)

  • 18-Mar-2019 12:09 PM | Anonymous



    Do you want to make a difference?



    Join the world’s largest humanitarian network. The Canadian Red Cross Society (CRCS) is a not for profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world.

    The Canadian Red Cross – International Operations is seeking experienced (Obstetrician/Gynecology (OB/GYN) professionals to join our  Emergency Response Unit (ERU) delegate register! When you apply to this selection process, you are not applying for a specific job, rather you are applying for a position on the ERU register, to be called upon for future emergency deployments, as and when the need for your professional  skillset is requir ed. As opportunities become available, applicants who meet the qualifications may be contacted for further assessment.

    Background: An ERU is composed of trained personnel (whom we call delegates) and state -of- the-art equipment ready to deploy at short notice nationally or internationally, to some of the  most remote regions of the world, providing medical and healthcare aid to anyone affected by disasters and emergencies. ERUs may augment, or temporarily replace damaged  or inaccessible local infrastructure with logistical, communication, administrative, clean water and sanitation support
    This opportunity means that if your selected to be part of the ERU (OB/GYN) register, your application will be reviewed on a rolling-basis, and should you meet the role  qualifications, we  will contact you accordingly once there is a direct requirement for your  profile and  start you on the path of deploying with us as a delegate!


    To deploy with us on national or international missions as an ERU (OB/GYN) delegate, you must have:
    •    Professional license/certification, membership and in good standing
    •    Medical degree (M.D.) specializing in Obstetrics & Gynecology
    •    Minimum 3 years professional clinical experience
    •    Comfortable providing and managing  reproductive maternal newborn health and emergency obstetric care in a low-resource environment
    •    Able to work independently and consult colleagues/refer patients as needed
    •    Comfortable with performing emergency caesarian sections
    •    Previous international experience in a humanitarian-related context
    •    Fluency in English
    •    Availability to deploy on short notice-48-72 hours and on unaccompanied missions of 4-6 weeks
    •    Excellent physical & mental health with the ability to complete and maintain a thorough medical screening and receive medical clearance prior to departure in the field
    •    Completion of mandatory online courses and  in-person training as required upon selection and onboarding
    •    Successful completion of Vulnerable Sector criminal record and professional reference checks.


    You will stand out if you have:

    •    Fluency in additional languages (French, Spanish, Arabic & Mandarin are MAJOR  assets)
    •    Experience working in an emergency context
    •    Experience living/working in hardship and/or low-resource environments
    •    International driving license OR experience driving standard transmission
    •    First Aid/CPR certification
    •    Previous experience working/volunteering with the  Red Cross or Red  Crescent  Movement
    •    Further qualifications (education, training, exposure) in Obstetrics & Gynecology
    •    Skills in training, facilitation, coaching and development of staff and volunteers


    What we offer our delegates:

    •    Competitive pay and benefits package
    •    Travel, accommodation, medical & insurance coverage when deploying
    •    Pre-deployment and recurring training programs and professional development events in Canada and abroad
    •    And much more! See the list here: http://www.redcross.ca/about-us/jobs/before-you- apply/benefits


    Want to foresee how you will make a difference? Visit our following websites below to get a glimpse of what we do, aspire to be one of our many current delegates, locate where we deploy, and much more!

    http://www.redcross.ca/about-us/jobs/who-is-needed/emergency-response-delegates

    https://www.facesofhumanity.redcross.ca/

    If you have what we are looking for and looking to make a difference, apply HERE


    Follow us on  LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook


    The Canadian Red Cross is committed to diversity and inclusion in our workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. We welcome applications from all applicants particularly Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, visible minorities, and others who may contribute to diversification and share our values.

    Please notify us as soon as possible of any adaptive measures you might require at any stage of the recruitment process.


    Print PDF Ad here English or French

     (Ad will be posted till June 16, 2019) -Job Ad-OBGYN
  • 18-Mar-2019 12:01 PM | Anonymous


    Do you want to make a difference?


    Join the world’s largest humanitarian network. The Canadian Red Cross Society (CRCS) is a not for profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world.


    The Canadian Red Cross – International Operations is seeking experienced Anesthesiologists professionals to join our Emergency Response Unit (ERU) delegate register! When you apply to this selection process, you are not applying for a specific job, rather you are applying for a position on the ERU register, to be called upon for future emergency deployments, as and when the need for your professional skillset is required. As opportunities become available, applicants who meet the qualifications may be contacted for further assessment.


    Background: An ERU is composed of trained personnel (whom we call delegates) and state- of-the-art equipment ready to deploy at short notice nationally or internationally, to some of the most remote regions of the world, providing medical and healthcare aid to anyone affected by disasters and emergencies. ERUs may augment, or temporarily replace damaged or inaccessible local infrastructure with logistical, communication, administrative, clean water and sanitation support.

    This opportunity means that if you are selected to be part of the ERU Anesthesiologist register, your application will be reviewed on a rolling-basis, and should you meet the role qualifications, we will contact you accordingly once there is a direct requirement for your profile and start you on the path of deploying with us as a delegate!


    To deploy with us on national or international missions as an ERU Anesthesiologist delegate, you must have:
    •    Minimum 3 years professional clinical experience, providing anaesthesia services to paediatric, adult and geriatric populations
    •    Knowledge of the varied considerations required whilst providing and managing anaesthetic services in low-resource and/or austere environments
    •    Academic qualification in medicine with specialization in anesthesiology
    •    Current Professional Registration (registered and in good standing) in Canada or the United States of America
    •    Previous international experience in a humanitarian context
    •    Fluency in English
    •    Availability to deploy on short notice—48-72 hours and on unaccompanied missions of 4-6 weeks
    •    Excellent physical & mental health with the ability to complete and maintain a thorough medical screening and receive medical clearance prior to departure in the field
    •    Completion of mandatory online courses and in-person training as required upon selection and onboarding
    •    Successful completion of Vulnerable Sector criminal record and professional reference checks


    You will stand out if you have:

    •    Fluency in additional languages (French, Spanish, Arabic or any other languages are major assets)
    •    Experience working in an emergency context
    •    Experience living/working in hardship and/or low-resource environments
    •    International driving license OR experience driving standard transmission
    •    First Aid/CPR certification
    •    Previous experience working/volunteering with the Red Cross or Red Crescent Movement
    •    Professional experience in tropical medicine, emergency/disaster medicine, outbreak management, obstetrics, rural and remote medicine or other relevant areas
    •    Experience in medical support to early rehabilitation in acute settings
    •    Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and /or Paediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification
    •    Skills in training, facilitation, coaching and development of staff and volunteers

    What we offer our delegates:

    •    Competitive pay and benefits package
    •    Travel, accommodation, medical & insurance coverage when deploying
    •    Pre-deployment and recurring training programs and professional development events in Canada and abroad
    •    And much more! See the list here: http://www.redcross.ca/about-us/jobs/before-you- apply/benefits


    Want to foresee how you will make a difference? Visit our following websites below to get a glimpse of what we do, aspire to be one of our many current delegates, locate where we deploy, and much more!

    http://www.redcross.ca/about-us/jobs/who-is-needed/emergency-response-delegates

    https://www.facesofhumanity.redcross.ca/

    If you have what we are looking for and looking to make a difference, apply HERE


    Follow us on  LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook


    The Canadian Red Cross is committed to diversity and inclusion in our workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. We welcome applications from all applicants particularly Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, visible minorities, and others who may contribute to diversification and share our values.

    Please notify us as soon as possible of any adaptive measures you might require at any stage of the recruitment process.


    Print PDF Ad here English or French

     (Ad will be posted till June 16, 2019) -Job Ad-ERU
  • 18-Mar-2019 11:27 AM | Anonymous


    Do you want to make a difference?


    Join the world’s largest humanitarian network. The Canadian Red Cross Society (CRCS) is a not for profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world.

    The Canadian Red Cross – International Operations is seeking experienced Paediatrician professionals to join our Emergency Response Unit (ERU) delegate register! When you apply to this selection process, you are not applying for a specific job, rather you are applying for a position on the ERU register, to be called upon for future emergency deployments, as and when the need for your professional skillset is required. As opportunities become available, applicants who meet the qualifications may be contacted for further assessment.

    Background: An ERU is composed of trained personnel (whom we call delegates) and state-of- the-art equipment ready to deploy at short notice nationally or internationally, to some of the most remote regions of the world, providing medical and healthcare aid to anyone affected by disasters and emergencies. ERUs may augment, or temporarily replace damaged or inaccessible local infrastructure with logistical, communication, administrative, clean water and sanitation support.

    This opportunity means that if you are selected to be part of the ERU Paediatrician register, your application will be reviewed on a rolling-basis, and should you meet the role qualifications, we will contact you accordingly once there is a direct requirement for your profile and start you on the path of deploying with us as a delegate!


    To deploy with us on national or international missions as an ERU Paediatrician delegate, you must have:
    •    Minimum 3 years professional clinical experience (in paediatrics)
    •    Academic qualification in medicine with specialization in paediatrics
    •    Current Professional Registration (registered and in good standing) in Canada or the United States of America
    •    Professional certification or post-graduate qualification in neonatology, emergency medicine, tropical medicine, humanitarian affairs or other relevant field is an asset
    •    Fluency in English
    •    Availability to deploy on short notice—48-72 hours and on unaccompanied missions of 4- 6 weeks
    •    Excellent physical & mental health with the ability to complete and maintain a thorough medical screening and receive medical clearance prior to departure in the field
    •    Completion of mandatory online courses and in-person training as required upon selection and onboarding
    •    Successful completion of Vulnerable Sector criminal record and professional reference checks


    You will stand out if you have:
    •    Fluency in additional languages (French, Spanish, Arabic & Mandarin are major assets)
    •    Professional experience working in low resource, humanitarian or disaster contexts
    •    Experience living/working in hardship and/or low-resource environments
    •    International driving license OR experience driving standard transmission
    •    First Aid/CPR certification
    •    Previous experience working/volunteeringwith the Red Cross or Red Crescent Movement
    •    Paediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certification is preferred
    •    Knowledge of varied needs among different paediatric populations (i.e. refugees, orphans/vulnerable children, survivors of natural disaster, etc.)
    •    Demonstrated ability to use globally recommended guidelines to diagnose and treat patients
    •    Able to coordinate and deliver paediatric care services in low resource settings
    •    Able to work independently
    •    Competent computer skills (Windows, Microsoft Office, spreadsheets, word processing, e-mail)
    •    Skills in training, facilitation, coaching and development of staff and volunteers


    What we offer our delegates:

    •    Competitive pay and benefits package
    •    Travel, accommodation, medical & insurance coverage when deploying
    •    Pre-deployment and recurring training programs and professional development events in Canada and abroad
    •    And much more! See the list here: http://www.redcross.ca/about-us/jobs/before-you- apply/benefits


    Want to foresee how you will make a difference? Visit our following websites below to get a glimpse of what we do, aspire to be one of our many current delegates, locate where we deploy, and much more!

    http://www.redcross.ca/about-us/jobs/who-is-needed/emergency-response-delegates

    https://www.facesofhumanity.redcross.ca/

    If you have what we are looking for and looking to make a difference, apply HERE


    Follow us on  LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook


    The Canadian Red Cross is committed to diversity and inclusion in our workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. We welcome applications from all applicants particularly Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, visible minorities, and others who may contribute to diversification and share our values.

    Please notify us as soon as possible of any adaptive measures you might require at any stage of the recruitment process.


    Print PDF Ad here English or French

     (Ad will be posted till June 16, 2019) 4256-Job Ad
  • 18-Mar-2019 10:56 AM | Anonymous
     


    Do you want to make a difference?


    Join the world’s largest humanitarian network. The Canadian Red Cross Society (CRCS) is a not for profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world.

    The Canadian Red Cross – International Operations is seeking experienced In-Patient / +or Outpatient Department Medical Doctor professionals to join our Emergency Response Unit (ERU) delegate register! When you apply to this selection process, you are not applying for a specific job, rather you are applying for a position on the ERU register, to be called upon for future emergency deployments, as and when the need for your professional skillset is required. As opportunities become available, applicants who meet the qualifications may be contacted for further assessment.

    Background: An ERU is composed of trained personnel (whom we call delegates) and state-of- the-art equipment ready to deploy at short notice nationally or internationally, to some of the most remote regions of the world, providing medical and healthcare aid to anyone affected by disasters and emergencies. ERUs may augment, or temporarily replace damaged or inaccessible local infrastructure with logistical, communication, administrative, clean water and sanitation support.

    This opportunity means that if you are selected to be part of the ERU In-Patient / +or Outpatient Department Medical Doctor register, your application will be reviewed on a rolling-basis, and should you meet the role qualifications, we will contact you accordingly once there is a direct requirement for your profile and start you on the path of deploying with us as a delegate!


    To deploy with us on national or international missions as an ERU In-Patient / +or Outpatient Department Medical Doctor delegate, you must have:
    •    Academic qualification in medicine with specialization in general medicine, family medicine, internal medicine or other appropriate specialty area
    •    Current Professional Registration (registered and in good standing) in Canada or the United States of America
    •    Minimum 3 years professional clinical experience
    •    Experience administering basic wound care and delivery of in-patient care to post- operative patients
    •    Experience managing uncomplicated deliveries in the absence of maternal/child health specialist
    •    Experience managing and supporting other staff and/or students in professional field
    •    Experience living and working in a cultural context other than their own
    •    Professional experience working in low resource, humanitarian or disaster contexts
    •    Previous international experience in a humanitarian context
    •    Fluency in English
    •    Availability to deploy on short notice—48-72 hours and on unaccompanied missions of 4- 6 weeks
    •    Excellent physical & mental health with the ability to complete and maintain a thorough medical screening and receive medical clearance prior to departure in the field
    •    Completion of mandatory online courses and in-person training as required upon selection and onboarding
    •    Successful completion of Vulnerable Sector criminal record and professional reference checks

    You will stand out if you have:
    •    Fluency in additional languages (French, Spanish, Arabic & Mandarin are major assets)
    •    Experience working in an emergency context
    •    Experience living/working in hardship and/or low-resource environments
    •    International driving license OR experience driving standard transmission
    •    First Aid/CPR certification
    •    Previous experience working/volunteeringwith the Red Cross or Red Crescent Movement
    •    Professional experience in: tropical medicine, emergency/disaster medicine, outbreak management, obstetrics, pediatrics, rural and remote medicine or other relevant
    •    Professional certification or post-graduate qualification in emergency medicine, tropical medicine, humanitarian affairs or other relevant field
    •    Experience in medical support to early rehabilitation in acute settings
    •    Skills in training, facilitation, coaching and development of staff and volunteers


    What we offer our delegates:
    •    Competitive pay and benefits package
    •    Travel, accommodation, medical & insurance coverage when deploying
    •    Pre-deployment and recurring training programs and professional development events in Canada and abroad
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    Want to foresee how you will make a difference? Visit our following websites below to get a glimpse of what we do, aspire to be one of our many current delegates, locate where we deploy, and much more!

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    The Canadian Red Cross is committed to diversity and inclusion in our workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. We welcome applications from all applicants particularly Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, visible minorities, and others who may contribute to diversification and share our values.

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  • 18-Mar-2019 10:13 AM | Anonymous

    VP, Medical Services and Chief of Staff Final Advertisement Content


    Central Health CARES – Compassion | Accountability | Respect | Equity | Safety


    Central Health
    provides health and community services to approximately twenty per cent (20%) of Newfoundland and Labrador’s population. It is the province’s second largest health region, serving a population of approximately ninety-four thousand (94,000). The geographical area served by Central Health includes one hundred and seventy-seven (177) communities and encompasses more than half the total landmass of the island. The region covers Charlottetown in the east, Fogo Island in the north, Harbour Breton in the south and Baie Verte in the west.

    Reporting to the President and CEO, as well as to the Board, Central Health’s VP, Medical Services and Chief of Staff (VP, Medical Services and COS) is responsible for overseeing all medical staffing matters throughout the region and providing the clinical, operational, strategic and cultural leadership as Central Health’s chief physician. The VP, Medical Services and COS will be required to travel throughout the region while working with partners in Central Health’s leadership, in the development and implementation of strategic and operational planning, budget development and resource utilization. Accountable to the Board for issues of quality of medical diagnosis, care and treatment within the health region, the VP, Medical Services and COS supervises all medical care given to patients, clients and long- term care residents within Central Health, through and with the Department Chiefs. Leading the physician credentialing, privileging and appointment process, the VP, Medical Services and COS advises on metrics related to medical care and manages physician disciplinary issues, as well as Chairs, and oversees, the Medical Advisory Committee (MAC).

    As the ideal candidate, you are a medical practitioner, licensed and in good standing, or eligible to be licensed, within the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Newfoundland and Labrador. You are a senior physician leader who has gained strategic-level experience in a complex, multi-stakeholder environment. Your stakeholder relationship experiences and superior communication skills forge successful partnerships. You have developed and led innovative programs; you have knowledge of and experience in guiding health quality improvement initiatives; and you have experience working in matrix and team leadership roles and relationships.

    The next VP, Medical Services and COS will have a demonstrated ability to coach and develop others, build trust, manage conflict and inspire people to pursue quality, safety and innovation in all aspects of their work. You have a demonstrated commitment to continuous improvement, physician engagement and to a diverse, culturally competent and culturally safe work environment. You are committed to person- and family-centered care and you demonstrate strong critical thinking, strategic leadership and a proven ability to build external relationships. You exemplify ethical practices, professionalism and personal integrity.

    If you’re interested in this opportunity, please contact Robert Fleming at rfleming@kbrs.ca or Beverley Evans at bevans@kbrs.ca or 1-866-822-6022, or submit your application online at: www.kbrs.ca/Career/12814


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