BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre 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 Hospital + Health Centre 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 Hospital + Health Centre 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 Hospital + Health Centre is part of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA). For more on the benefits of a career here, please visit the careers section of that web site at www.phsa.ca/careers.
We strive to help our nurses be the best. Nurses at BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre assure consistent quality nursing care to all patients and their families within a supportive practice environment. Support for our nurses, and all team members, includes a comprehensive benefits package with municipal pension plan, psychological health & safety programs and holistic wellness resources.
All positions within BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre are open to candidates who currently live outside of the Greater Vancouver Region – whether elsewhere in British Columbia or Canada, or world-wide – as long as applicants meet the required qualifications, which vary by position. Internationally trained nurses are encouraged to contact us and learn more about qualifications for nursing positions at BC Women's Hospital + Health Centre.Learn more about opportunities for international nurses
New team members hired from outside of the local area may qualify for financial support to relocate their homes / families; a talent acquisition specialist can advise on specific situations.
• Up to $3,000 for candidates located within the province
• Up to $5,000 for candidates currently living outside of B.C.
All PHSA employees have access to our Growth and Development Fund, which offers $5000 every 12 months for tuition and books, and $2000 every 12 months for reimbursement of approved event fees, travel, accommodation, and meals.
In addition to supporting external education pursuits, PHSA also offers an in-house training library of more than 2,000 programs. Available both virtually and in-person, program offerings include leadership development, clinical skills and specializations, workplace skills training, and the San’yas Indigenous Cultural Safety Training course.
“The team at BC Women’s Gynecology Surgical Suites are a welcoming and supportive group of people. As an operating room nurse, you will work closely with surgeons, anesthesiologists, anesthesia assistants and other nurses. We see many patients come through the OR, and my goal is always to provide a positive experience for each patient I meet; to make them feel at ease and well cared for. It’s rewarding to know that my work can make a difference in a person’s life.”
Kristina Augustin, RN
“What I find to be the most rewarding aspect of my job is the ability to connect with my patients on a very intimate level. As a perinatal nurse, I am involved in a woman's most memorable, special life event, whether that is giving birth for the first time, or adding an addition to their family. With my compassion and patience, I care for new mothers and newborn infants in the hours and days immediately following birth. This involves providing a lot of teaching and education to new families. My goal in every shift is to become a trusted advocate for my patients as the postpartum period can be very frightening and overwhelming for families. Providing encouragement and helping parents adjust through this special experience is one of the greatest benefits of being a perinatal nurse.”
Sasha Johal, RN
“I love working on FIR. I get to see mothers who are struggling with substances seek a better life for themselves. I have witnessed women change their lives around and become such strong mothers; these are the mothers that have experienced horrible lifestyles, abuse, and have been in the foster system themselves. I have seen how extremely important it is that they find their purpose and fulfillment in recovery. I help my patients get back to their best health by giving them proper care without any judgement.”
Raj Johal, RN
“As a Complex Care Neonatal ICU Respiratory Therapist, my main role is to provide education for parents and caregivers with babies going home on respiratory support. I love being a part of the interdisciplinary team, and it is very rewarding to help the most fragile babies in NICU survive and see them grow and thrive.”
Jenny Huang, Respiratory Therapist