PRIMARY CARE COMMUNITY HEALTH REGISTERED NURSE (RN) PERMANENT Full-Time (FTE .8 - FTE 1) POSITION

 

 Central Interior Native Health Society (CINHS) is a non-profit, vibrant urban Indigenous, Integrated Health Centre and educational facility situated on L’Heidli T'enneh territory in Prince George, BC. CINHS’ core values are: respect, honesty, trust, humour, and compassion.

 CINHS Nurses are part of an inter-disciplinary team that provides wrap-around, trauma-informed and culturally safe medical and psychosocial services to some of the most vulnerable members of our community. Nurses function both independently and in collaboration with physicians, nurse practioners, physiotherapist, and psychosocial team members.

Qualifications:

  • Registration with the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia BCCNP or CLPNBC
    • Threeyears’plus recent related experience which includes, but not limited to:
      • Opioid agonist therapy
      • Mental health issues
      • HIV & HCV
      • Prenatal
      • Ability to approach health care through an Indigenous world view
      • Valid Class 5 B.C. driver’s license and a reliable vehicle to use for outreach services

Skills and Abilities for position:

  • Experience working with clients living with: addictions, chronic disease, and marginalization
  • Ability to work without direct supervision in a variety of clinical settings
  • Ability to perform an assessment of care needs including: developing, implementing, and evaluating plans
  • Demonstrate an ability to remain calm, perform effectively and professionally when exposed to challenging client scenarios
  • Administer medications after assessment/chart review
  • Provide culturally sensitive and supportive nursing care to all clients
  • Monitor clients’ conditions, progress and re-evaluate treatments as necessary
  • Asset: proven ability to mentor fellow nurses
  • Asset: proven leadership skills

Salary & Benefits:

  • Excellent extended benefits
  • Starting wage: Varies with experience

In accordance with Section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code and Section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, preference will be given to qualified candidates with Indigenous Ancestry. Qualified applicants are encouraged to email their resume and cover letter to: hr@cinhs.org  We regret that we can only respond to candidates chosen for an interview. This posting will be open until the position is filled.

 

Health CareCoordinator– Permanent Full-Time

 

Central Interior Native Health Society (CINHS) is a vibrant urban Indigenous, Integrated Health Centre and educational facility situated on Lheidli T'enneh territory in Prince George, BC. CINHS’ core values are: Respect, Honesty, Trust, Humour and Compassion.

The Integrated Health Centers’ inter-disciplinary team provides wrap around, trauma-informed and culturally safe, medical and psychosocial services to some of the most vulnerable members of our community.

The Health Care Coordinator is accountable for the effective and smooth day-to-day operation and delivery of CINHS services, and ensures that the required systems, processes and resources are in place and being administered in accordance with the organization’s standards and strategic goals. The position fosters culture humility, compassion, ethical conduct, and teamwork.

The successful candidate demonstrates:

Effective leadership, planning and organizational skills. Time management skills and ability to prioritize effectively.

Proficiency and experience working with Microsoft Office, EMRs – specifically MOIS.

Excellent interpersonal and relationship-building skills across all levels of the organization, and with outside service providers and agencies.

Articulate communication skills – oral, written and presentation.

Ability to understand and value diversity and complexity in human relations. Ability to identify, analyze and solve complex problems.

Ability to exercise confidentiality, and exert tact, diplomacy and discretion in handling information of confidential and/or a sensitive nature.

Ability to execute and manage budgets.

Ability to implement and report on quality measures and improvement through ongoing auditing of health care, delivery of services and patient outcomes.

The successful candidate possesses:

Knowledge holder: Indigenous and experiential knowledge Leadership that upholds an Indigenous ideology and world view

Indigenous Governance/Studies, Social Worker, a related discipline, or equivalent experience. Minimum of five years clinical and/or management experience.

Knowledge of administrative management and health care principles. Experience in applying for grants is an asset.

Individuals with Indigenous ancestry who meet the above qualifications are encouraged to apply.

Qualified applicants can send their resume and a cover letter to: hr@cinhs.org. Applications are accepted until the position is filled.

Thank you in advance for your interest. We regret that we can only respond to candidates chosen for an interview.