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During the interview process, our recruiters discuss your preferred facility locations, working hours, and facility type (i.e. hospital, long term care, retirement home) to make sure we match you with the job you’re looking for. We have so many places for you to work that our staffing coordinators easily get you shifts where you, when you want tit, and closest to home. Visit Where We Hire to see all the places you could work!

It’s up to you! Once you’ve receive a job offer you will need to provide a number of documents and credentials which we require in order for you to start. We encourage you to make note of what was listed in the job opportunity as much of it can be collected by you beforehand – so your start time is so much quicker!

For a quick overview of the recruitment process, check out our What to Expect page.

Whether you’re pursuing Canadian certifications in nursing or simply want to get back to working in a hospital, we have job opportunities to help achieve your goals. On our team, we provide full-time, part-time, and casual opportunities so you’re in control of your hours.

In order to be considered for our opportunities you must currently hold a work permit which entitles you to work in Canada. For nursing positions, we only hire people who have a current registered nurse licensure, registered practical nurse licensure, or licensed practical nurse licensure which is in good standing with the College of Nurses for their province. While you are pursing your Canadian nursing licensure you can join our team as a personal support worker – you don’t need a PSW certificate if you’re an IEN!

The facilities we serve require personal support workers to hold a PSW certificate, however there are some circumstances when this is not required:

Nursing Students

At many of our branches, we offer third and fourth year nursing students the ability to join our personal support worker team while still in school – no PSW certificate required! It’s a great opportunity to experience a variety of settings and build relationships that help you to get the job you want, where you want, after graduation.

Internationally Educated Nurses

If you’re an internationally educated nurse, you can join us as a personal support worker without needing a PSW certificate!