Quest Community Health Centre is a not-for-profit, interdisciplinary, health care organization. Our holistic model of care focuses on primary care, illness prevention, health promotion, community capacity building.
With your skills, positive outlook and clinical expertise, you are a catalyst who will provide primary health care services for various priority populations including Seasonal Agricultural workers who commonly experience barriers to accessing healthcare. The NP supports the delivery of health care, has a strong emphasis on health promotion, disease prevention, and community capacity building and works to the full scope of the Registered Nurse Extended Class professional standards within a harm reduction framework.
The NP works with a high performing interdisciplinary team of professionals whose objectives are to provide health care and follow-up during clinics and through outreach to farms. Hours of work are from 11:30am -7:30pm and include Sundays during the growing season.
This role is performed both inside and outside the health care centre including satellite points of service, mobile clinics and at farms and requires use of Quest CHC vehicles.
Your qualifications include being registered in good standing with the College of Nurses as a Nurse Practitioner, Primary Health Care. A valid Ontario driver’s license, access to reliable transportation and a Police Reference check are required. Fluency in Spanish is an asset.
In addition to competitive compensation, we offer, participation in the HOOP pension plan, paid time off, support for professional development and a collaborative working environment.
If you enjoy being part of a high performing team environment, and share our passion for providing a particularly innovative model of health care, send your cover letter and resume to HR@questchc.ca.
For a detailed job description, visit our website at www.questchc.ca.
We are an equal opportunity employer, seeking to promote diversity, equity and inclusion. Accommodations are available upon request.
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