Learn more about British Columbia's exciting new initiatives for Internationally Educated Nurses!

Nurses

Interested in matching your lifestyle with exciting career opportunities? We are here to help!
 
Health Match BC helps to facilitate the recruitment of registered nurses (RNs) and registered psychiatric nurses (RPNs) - and supports nursing students - on behalf of BC's publicly funded health employers.

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Our experienced recruitment services team helps guide both Canadian-trained and internationally educated nurses through the recruitment process and in making a seamless transition to your new job.
 
Our nursing recruitment services team can:

  • Guide you through the professional licensing and registration process.
  • Match your skills and interests to job vacancies in regions of your choice.
  • Provide you with information about communities of interest.
  • Connect you with prospective employers, sometimes before positions are even posted, and help you follow up on opportunities.
  • Provide personal and professional support from the initial stages of expressing interest to receiving an offer of employment.
  • Provide information and guidance on the immigration process (if applicable).

Prior to working as a registered nurse (RN) or registered psychiatric nurse (RPN) in British Columbia, registration with the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) is required.

Licensing and Registration

Learn about licensing and registration with the BC College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM) for registered nurses (RNs) and registered psychiatric nurses (RPNs).

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Nurse Practitioners

Learn how to apply for registration as a Nurse Practitioner in British Columbia. to apply for registration as a Nurse Practitioner in British Columbia.

Nursing Students

If you will be graduating from a nursing program, find out how Health Match BC can help you start your career in British Columbia.

Internationally Educated Nurses (IEN)

If you will be graduating from a nursing program, find out how Health Match BC can help you start your career in British Columbia.

Preparing a CV

Learn how to prepare a CV for your job search.

Interview Questions

Learn how to prepare for an interview for nursing jobs.

Wages and Benefits

Learn more about the wages and benefits for nurses who work in BC.

Associations and Regulatory Bodies

list of non-profit organizations, groups, associations, and regulatory authorities for nurses.

Download or view our Nurses Brochure for licencing and immigration information for Registered Nurses and Registered Psychiatric Nurses.

For more information on working as an RN or RPN in BC, please register with us and speak to our nursing recruitment services team.
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