Canadian Red Cross Job Opportunity: Nurse, Testing and Vaccination, Health in Emergencies

Work Prep’s partner, The Canadian Red Cross is looking for individuals to join their teams to support Canadians as they continue to respond to COVID-19.

Nurse, Testing and Vaccination, Health in Emergencies

Salary: Between $34/h and $51/h depending on the province

The Canadian Red Cross (CRC) is seeking nurses and physicians, to join its emergency response operations in various locations across Canada. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the CRC has been called upon to support a broad range of activities in support of Federal, Provincial and Municipal partners. These include support to isolation centres, dedicated support to Indigenous populations, staffing in long-term care homes, health surge resources including field hospital capacities and expertise to support Epidemic Prevention Control (EPC) efforts in a variety of facilities.

Reporting to the Site Manager and under the technical leadership of the Global Health Unit, these clinical specialists will deploy to different clinical settings in their province and/or across Canada. These settings include working with the COVID-19 Testing Assistance Response Team (CTART), vaccination, hospital / clinical surge, support to quarantine/isolation sites, contact tracing, and epidemic control support to local health authorities. The role will include providing direct clinical care to patients. During periods of non-active response, these clinical specialists will engage in relevant learning and planning work such as development of Standard Operating Procedures, training, and quality assurance tools.

See the full job description and apply here: https://tre.tbe.taleo.net/tre01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CRCS&cws=62&rid=7207

If you are interested and would like assistance in applying for positions, please contact us today at services@workprep.ca or by coming into our Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation Computer Resource Centre.

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