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Nursing Opportunities ___________________________________________________________

Indigenous Health Group - Nursing Services and Health Consulting  for Remote and Rural Manitoba CommunitiesExperienced Community Health Nurses, Emergency, Registered Psychiatric Nurses and General Duty Nurses

IHG is currently recruiting Registered Psychiatric Nurses and Registered Nurses to provide relief nursing services to northern and rural Manitoba, Nunavut and NWT communities, and other communities in Canada. If you are an RN/RPN interested in working for a reputable agency with supportive and consistent management that has been in operation since 2002, Indigenous Health Group is the employer for you.

We Provide :

Professional Qualifications :

  • Current Registration with a College/Association of Registered Nurses/Registered Psychiatric Nurses in Canada
  • One to five years acute nursing experience, mental health, community health and/or rural hospital experience
  • Certification in BLS HCP (C), ACLS, ITLS/TNCC, PALS/ENPCC, E-chart, ICEP and CDS
  • Ability to provide culturally appropriate care to residents of northern and rural communities

Please contact or forward your resume to:
Poornima Saraswati, Human Resources Director at psaraswati@indigenoushealth.ca



   Chief Jacob Berens Mino-Ayaawin Center, Berens River Health Authority

This is a full-time position reporting to Chief and Council, Berens River First Nation, responsible for providing leadership, effective facilitation and management of quality patient care within the primary care facility. The primary function is administrative and includes material, financial and human resources. Involves clinical supervision of nursing staff, co-ordination of professional service providers (Doctors, Therapists, Specialists), and developing resources for the promotion of optimal patient care in a safe and therapeutic outpatient environment. Administrative functions include recruitment, contracting, orientation, retention, scheduling and supervision; clinical program reviews, evaluations and reporting. The incumbent will be responsible for the drug inventory; and supervision of patient files and maintaining open communications with First Nations and Inuit Health on all Health matters. Terms of employment are negotiable on a year to-year contract basis and salary is commensurate based on experience.


Masters or Bachelors Degree in Nursing preferred -- RNs with pertiment knowledge and experience may apply.  Valid RN license and in good standing with the CRNM.  Minimum of three (3) years experience in a primary care setting with clinical experience; minimum of three (3) years management/supervisory experience required.  Requires sound knowledge and understanding of evidence based, best nursing practices.  Must demonstrate ability to think critically, analyze, conceptualize and apply relevant knowledge to practice.  Requires excellent leadership, facilitation, teamwork, professional, and oral and written communication skills.  Must be knowledgeable in: resource development and computer applications/programs, budgets and financial reporting systems, relevant legislation governing health care and of provincial, federal and First Nations health care.  Must be able to work independently as well as meet the mental and physical demands of the job.  Ability to understand and speak Saulteaux (Ojibway) fluently is an asset.  Position is subject to criminal and child/adult abuse registry checks.



Please send your cover letter and CV to:   CHIEF & COUNCIL

                          Berens River First Nation Health Authority

                            c/o: Pamela Valiquette, Executive Assistant

  Email: pamelav@berensriver.ca


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