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Inuulitsivik Health Centre, Puvirnituq
2023 September 30

Under the Director of Professional and Hospital Services, person who evaluates the deficits and disabilities of users’ physical functions which may be related to neurological, musculoskeletal and/or cardiorespiratory systems, elaborates a plan of treatment and implements interventions with the goal of assisting users to achieve optimal functioning.

Ensure the security of users as each task is performed;
 Apply, contribute and collaborate in the process of risk management;
 Greet the clients;
 Perform the initial evaluation of the client (objective and subjective evaluation, case history);
 Establish a treatment plan for each client according to the initial evaluation;
 Learn about the client’s condition and past or future interventions if applicable;
 Perform different therapeutic procedures with the client (electrotherapy, manual therapy, hydrotherapy, etc.);
 Explain the different therapeutic procedures to the client;
 During treatment, find out if the client is experiencing any pain, burning, etc.;
 Properly position the different treatment devices and put them away after use;
 Explain and teach the different exercises or other activities that the client should do at home;
 Put corsets and support hose on clients according to the field of practice;
 Take physical measurement for corsets, support hose and order them;
 Implement and evaluate treatments for patients hospitalized on the different care units, at the CLSCs and in the homes of clients;
 Record in the clients files the dates of appointments, the clients’ progress and the different therapeutic procedures implemented;
 Consult clients’ previous files at the archives as well as laboratory results by computer;
 Close client files by computer or in the paper file when the treatments are completed;
 Enter statistics by computer: include the time necessary for each therapeutic procedure done with a client, for evaluations, etc.:
 Establish a schedule according to the needs of clients and contact them directly as needed to set up appointments;
 When necessary consult colleagues for case discussions;
 Call the treating physician or other professionals for information and record these contacts in the client’s file;
 Get involved as necessary in arranging for technical aids and equipment, in addition to participating in visits made by occupational therapists and physiotherapists;
 Perform any other tasks relevant to his functions and/or requested by his immediate superior;
 Respect all policies and procedures of IHC.



Master in physiotherapy
Member of the Quebec Order of Physiotherapists

Experience required

Minimum of 2 years experience as a physiotherapist

Essential skills and aptitudes

Ability to work as part of a multicultural team
Respect for Inuit culture and traditions

Conditions and benefits

35 hours per week
Hourly wage between $27.46 and $50.39
Group insurance
Retention bonus
Cargo bonus
Removal premium
Furnished housing provided

Additional details

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


Please note that Inuit candidates will be given preference. 

The Centre de santé Inuulitsvik (CSI) 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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