Specialty Community Health

Role and Facility Information

AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Do you want to experience British Columbia to its fullest? Travel to various remote communities across the province and work in an expanded scope of practice to provide primary care, public health, health promotion, and emergency care for First Nations individuals, families, and communities, including after hours on-call care.

The locations of our communities are as follows:

Telegraph Creek, Fort Ware, Tsay Keh Dene, Hartley Bay, Kitkatla, Klemtu, Anahim Lake, and Port Simpson.REp

Union Code: PIP (Prof Instit of Public Srvc Cda)

Hours per week: 18.75

Responsibilities

1.Applies and utilises key nursing knowledge and critical thinking to choose options and to plan, implement, and evaluate programs and interventions to address health issues, taking into account relevant evidence, legislation, regulations, and policies.

2.Collects, assesses, analyzes, and applies information from various data sources to make evidence informed decisions for nursing services, including program planning, development and priority setting with individuals, families, groups, and communities, and interprets information for professional and community audiences.

3.Utilizes evidence and research to influence health policies, programs, and practices and synthesizes nursing and health knowledge from a broad range of theories, models, and frameworks to address the heath status of populations, inequities in health, determinants of health, strategies for health promotion, disease and injury prevention, health protection, case management, as well as the factors that influence the delivery and use of nursing and health services.

4.Advocates for public policy and services that promote and protect the health and well being of individuals, families, groups, and communities.

5.Involves individuals, families, groups, and communities as active partners to take action to address health inequities, and foster a self management care approach for chronic conditions.

6.Advocates for, and uses culturally relevant and appropriate approaches, when building relationships and providing nursing services.

7.Collaborates and shares knowledge with colleagues, students, First Nations, and other members of the health team.

8.Participates in collaborative, interdisciplinary, and intersectoral partnerships to enhance the health of individuals, families, groups, and populations.

9.Leads the emergency medical, clinical, and/or community response team as required by assigning responsibilities, monitoring activities, and providing support, guidance, and overall coordination in the resolution of issues.

10.Performs other related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

•Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from a recognized university. One (1) year of nursing experience.

•Current practicing registration with the British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP).

•Must be remote certified for a casual resource team position

•Requires a valid Class 5 BC Driver’s License

Knowledge, Skills and Attributes

•Knowledge of, and ability to apply, an understanding of First Nations cultural principles and protocols in work situations.

•Knowledge and the application of concepts, principles, and theories of trans-cultural nursing, including knowledge of traditional, homeopathic or other healing practices used in the community.

•Knowledge of First Nations cultures and backgrounds, and the understanding of how culture impacts on communication patterns, and attitudes and approaches to health issues.

•Knowledge of health status of populations, inequities in health, the determinants of health and illness, principals of primary care, strategies for health promotion, disease and injury prevention, health protection, curative, urgent and emergent care, rehabilitation and supportive or palliative care.

•Knowledge of nursing which includes the nursing process, conceptual frameworks of nursing, theories and principles of nursing practice.

•Problem solving techniques/skills.

•Knowledge of evidence based clinical nursing practice, including current concepts of primary care nursing for the delivery of treatment services, including clinical treatment practices, techniques of intervention, disease symptoms and identification, trauma management requiring knowledge and skill in observing, assessing, and diagnosing illnesses and injuries.

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Known as British Columbia’s northern capital, Prince George is located at the approximate geographic centre of the province where the Nechako and Fraser Rivers meet. With forestry as the major industry, residents enjoy affordable housing and a wide range of services and amenities including sports and cultural events. Recreational activities in the area include golfing, skiing, and fishing. Prince George is also home to the University of Northern British Columbia.

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