About the role:With a population of over 37,000 living in over 20 community regions, the residents of Nunavut receive their healthcare through regional health centres and homecare visits. Calian's partnership with the Government of Nunavut allows us to offer short- and long-term roles to qualified Registered Nurses who are interested in traveling to the region for employment. Community Health Nurses (RNs) provide wide ranging nursing services within outpost nursing stations, often without a Physician on site. The role involves supporting well clinics, running chronic health programs, responding to urgent care concerns, and providing health education and promotion within the communities.Free flights are available from St-John's. Free accommodations are provided. A daily non-taxable living allowance is provided, along with a competitive hourly wage, and opportunity to earn additional income with stand-by and call back.Assignments are generally 6 weeks long, with a minimum commitment required of two assignments per year. These roles are well suited to Registered Nurses who are experienced working in remote or rural communities where perhaps you worked with an expanded scope of practice or Registered Nurses who have experience in Emergency Room or Intensive Care. If you are seeking new adventure or are looking to provide care to underserved regions these opportunities would be an ideal fit for you.
The qualifications: • Licensed with the RNANTNU• CPR• ACLS• EPICC or TNCC or BTLS or ITLS• ENPC or PALS• NRP• ALARM or ESW or FHS• Vulnerable Sector Check• 1 year of experience in remote or isolated setting or 2 years of experience in ER, ICU or Community Clinic Setting
Type of assignment:Contract, minimum commitment of two six-week assignments per year#GD-KV1