The primary mission of the nurse in a clinic is to provide health services that meet the needs of the population with a holistic and community-based approach to health. These services must be accessible at all times and available to all members of the community in the territory served.
A person who, in an outpost or dispensary in a locality covered by the regional disparities provisions, in addition to his or her nursing duties, makes user assessments that allow the physician to remotely diagnose and determine appropriate interventions. In addition, it is called upon to perform activities and interventions that are usually reserved for physicians in other workplaces.
- Member in good standing of the OIIQ
- Extended role training
- ULaval Vaccination Training
- CPR-DEA less than 6 months
- Additional training for fitness and mental fitness assessment (as part of Act 90) for nurse technicians.
- Minimum 3-year experience in care
- Diverse experience on an evaluation basis
- Bilingual, oral and written French and English;
- Inuktitut an asset;
- Ability to work as part of a multicultural work team;
- Respect for Inuit culture and traditions;
- Positive leadership
- Open-mindedness, flexibility and adaptability;
- A comprehensive and inclusive vision;
- Solid clinical judgment;
- Easy for interpersonal relationships
- Mastery of the PIQ
- 20 hours per year required, including 7 hours accredited according to OIIQ standards;
- Minimum 1 annual training relevant to the field of practice according to the schedule provided by the nurse trainer;
- Any other training for professional development purposes relevant to the field of practice.
- Hourly rate according to the collective agreement
- Rotation + On call
- 7.25 hours per day (36.25 hours per week)
- Premium cargo $146.29/week
- Removal premium $240.25/week without dependent, $423.53/week with dependent;
- Retention premium $325.80/week
- ClSC Prime $186.00/week
- 3 to 4 outings per year depending on family status
- Furnished accommodation provided
- Air transport paid for by the centre
Professionals currently in the health and social services network can apply for Nordic unpaid leave (up to 48 months) from their institution to work in Nunavik.
For application or additional and detailed information of the position: