About the role:
Calian is proud to announce our new partnership with Health Canada to provide travel nursing services to remote, semi-isolated and isolated communities in northern Ontario. We are looking to build a team of experienced Registered Nurses who will fly into these communities to provide primary and emergency care services on assignments ranging from two to six weeks in length.
With ample onboarding and training, you will work in hospital or community health care settings performing a wide range of duties including but not limited to well baby, well child, well man and well woman clinics, performing immunizations, managing patients with diabetes and other chronic health concerns, and/or managing nursing duties in emergency rooms or in-patient wards.
These roles are well suited to Registered Nurses who have flexible work schedules that allow them to take on travel assignments throughout the year. You will be working in small teams of dedicated health professionals. Shifts can be 8 or 12 hours long and there may also be the need to be on stand-by outside of regular working hours for any emergency call backs.
Travel arrangements are made at no cost to you from Toronto, Timmins, Ottawa, Thunder Bay and Montreal. You will also be provided with accommodations at the work site along with a daily northern allowance.
• One year of experience in the past two years working in remote, semi-isolate or isolated communities OR two years of experience in the past five years performing nursing duties in primary care and advanced clinical assessments including Emergency Room, ICU, community and home care settings
• Class 5 Driver's license
• CPR, HCP level
• Licensed with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse
• Member of the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario
• Degree or Diploma in Nursing
• ITLS or TNCC
• PALS or ENPC
Type of assignment:
Contract, Assignments are two to six weeks in length