BC Women's has opportunities for motivated people interested in careers in clinical care, research and health care administration to improve the health of women, newborns and families.
BC Women's is world-renowned organization for its work caring for women, newborns and families. We hire and retain employees who seek and share knowledge, and work together to ensure access to the best care in the best setting. We are committed to interprofessional collaborative practice.
Employment opportunities include a range of jobs in clinical areas such as medicine, nursing, rehabilitation therapy, pharmacy, social work, laboratory services, ultrasound and respiratory therapy. We seek clerical and support staff to ensure the quality of our services and managers committed to innovation, accountability and continuous quality improvement. If you are searching for an opportunity that will expand your skills and expertise, please browse the positions we have available.
A career at BC Women's offers you a creative and challenging environment that draws on both traditional, tried and true clinical methodologies and ways of doing business, as well as the latest technologies and innovative healthcare and management techniques.
BC Women’s is part of the Provincial Health Services Authority. For more on the benefits of a career here, please visit the careers section of that web site at www.phsa.ca/careers.
The Provincial Health Services Authority and its programs respect your right to privacy. We take seriously our responsibilities regarding the collection, use and disclosure of your personal information.
The personal information that you provide when applying for a job with PHSA or one of its programs will be used to assess your qualifications and suitability as a potential employee of the PHSA or one of our programs. We may also collect and use additional personal information provided by you or your references in the course of the evaluation and hiring process that will become part of your employment file if you are a successful candidate. Personal information is collected under the authority of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act of BC, section 26 (c).
Under certain circumstances, some personal information may be disclosed pursuant to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act of BC. This might happen, for example, where we believe in good faith that the law requires disclosure of such information in response to legal process and law enforcement rights. If you have any questions about the management of your personal information during the recruitment process, please contact PHSA Human Resources External Recruitment Services at firstname.lastname@example.org