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Primary Care Network (PCN) Administrative Assistant

Primary Care Network (PCN) Administrative Assistant

Expiry Date: 
Tuesday, September 28, 2021 - 9am
Job Type: 
Campbell River Region
Campbell River
Campbell River
Campbell River & District Division of Family Practice
Divisions of Family Practice were created through collaboration between the Ministry of Health and the Doctors of BC and are community-based groups of primary care practitioners working together to achieve common health care goals. The Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice represents primary care practitioners across multiple settings in Campbell River including Oyster River, Sayward, Gold River, Quadra and Cortes Islands.

The Primary Care Network is being implemented and supported through a partnership between the Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice, Island Health, the First Nations Health Authority, and local Indigenous and other community partners. One of the goals of Primary Care Networks is to enhance patient care using a team-based care approach. The implementation and delivery of the PCN is centred on culturally informed care and cultural safety and humility.

The Campbell River & District Division of Family Practice is recruiting for a Primary Care Network (PCN) Administrative Assistant to support the developing Campbell River and District PCN Network.

This is a .5 contract position to Sept 07, 2022 with the potential for transitioning to full time hours and an employee position. Working hours are 20 hours per week, Monday to Friday requiring some flexibility to support early morning and evening meetings are required. The position will work out of the Division office with the need to travel for meetings within Campbell River and area as required.

Please see the attached job description for more information on key tasks and responsibilities of this position.
Qualifications & Experience: 
This role calls for resourcefulness, good problem-solving skills, attention to detail and excellent communication and organization abilities. Assuring a steady completion of workload in a timely manner is also key to success in this position.

• Bachelor’s degree (ideally with a project-based component) or a post-secondary diploma (advanced administrative training or certification preferred)
• Two-plus years of demonstrable project administration experience preferably related to health care and or community development
• Solid understanding of typical project implementation methodology, approach and tasks
• Excellent administrative and organizational skills, with strong attention to detail
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Experience with virtual communication platforms such as Zoom and virtual facilitation tools
• High computer literacy with strong working knowledge of standard software, particularly the MS Office suite, Excel, Word, Outlook, Access, and PowerPoint
• Desktop Publishing skills are an advantage including working knowledge of a design program, such as Adobe, Canva, Creative Suite or Microsoft Publisher
• Experience using online e-newsletter programs, such as MailChimp
• Experience with online survey platforms: Checkbox or Fluid Surveys
• Ability to work effectively both independently as well as a member of a team
• Committed to a journey of learning in anti-racism and decolonization
• Limited travel may be required for this position. The successful candidate will have a valid BC driver’s license, access to a reliable vehicle and automobile insurance which includes driving for business purposes. Attendance at early morning and evening meetings will be required on occasion.
How to apply: 
Please send your cover letter and resume to

Note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Position open until filled.

No phone calls or emails please.