Inter Tribal Health Authority
Working within the context of the client-centered and holistic vision and goals of ITHA and the First Nation communities in accordance with CRNBC Standards of Practice, this position combines health sciences knowledge with assessment and clinical nursing skills to effectively assess and coordinate client care, provides general professional health advice and information to individuals, families , and communities requiring health support and access to services and advocates for and bridging gaps between communities and external service agencies. This position requires strong administrative and organizational skills.
Qualifications & Experience:
This position requires an excellent working relationship and collaboration with the First Nation Health Authority (FNHA), Island Health’s public health and the Aboriginal Health Team. The Ideal candidate has a Bachelor of Science or Nursing degree, current CPR/AED Level C Certification, strong current immunization certification and minimum two years’ experience working as a Community Health Nurse and/ or Home and Community Care Nurse, preferably in a rural/remote setting. Other requirements include cultural competency in First Nation health and a valid class 5 driver’s license and willingness to travel if required.