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Inuulitsivik Health Centre, Nunavik \ anywhere in Quebec
2023 September 30

Reporting to the Senior OHS Advisor and the Director of Human Resources, the Prevention Management Officer develops and drafts occupational health and safety prevention and hygiene programs, and submits them to his/her immediate superior and to the consultative and decision-making process, if required. Participates in their implementation once adopted. Develops management procedures and tools, and conducts various prevention-related studies. Coordinates the activities underlying the prevention program. Participates in the development of prevention management indicators. Advises managers.
In general, he/she contributes to the promotion of prevention, and to the correction and management of workplace risks in order to minimize them and reduce their impact. He also fills in for the Senior OHS Advisor during his absence.


Bachelor's degree in HR, OHS, Industrial Relations or related administrative field combined with 3 years' experience in prevention or OHS, OR

Bachelor in a relevant health field: nursing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, kinesiology; including OHS certificate, combined with 3 years' experience in OHS or prevention.

Essential skills and aptitudes

Respect and understanding of Inuit culture and traditions;
- Analytical and decision-making skills;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
- Organizational skills;
- Valuing teamwork and interdisciplinarity;
- Demonstrate rigor, commitment and integrity;
- Bilingualism (French and English), spoken and written;
- Knowledge of Logibec and Microsoft Outlook is considered an asset;
- Knowledge of the Office Suite

Conditions and benefits

35 hours per week
Hourly wage between $26.66 and $45.70
Group insurance
Temporary full-time position for 1 year with possibility of extension

Additional details

Send your application to recrutement.csi@ssss.gouv.qc.ca


Please note that Inuit candidates will be given preference. 

The Inuulitsivik Health Center is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from Aboriginal people, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, women and people with disabilities. Persons with disabilities can also inform us of any special needs they may have with regard to the selection process for the position they are applying for, to facilitate consideration of their application.

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