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Nurse-Registered - Per Diem 0-24/hour work week (Contract)  

Stellantis - Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Job responsibilities include but not limited to : Implementing and maintaining various programs and services that support the health and wellness of FCA employees Administering treatments according to...

from: ca.lifeworq.com - 2 days ago

Clinical Manager  

Extendicare - Calgary, AB, Canada

Full timeWhen you choose to build your career with Extendicare, you’re joining a team dedicated to making a difference. By focusing our energy on enriching the lives of our residents every day, we transform...

from: appcast.io - 11 days ago

Occupational Health and Safety Nurse  

Saskatchewan Health Authority - SASKATOON

NOTE: This is a Provincial Posting and is open to all SUN members within the bargaining unit as per Articles 27.02 and 27.05 of the SUN Collective Bargaining Agreement. First preference will be given to... $42.040 to $52.440 (6 step range)

from: saskjobs.com - 5 days ago

Occupational Health and Safety Nurse  

Health Careers in Sask - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

The CRC must be dated within the past six (6) months and be satisfactory to the SHA. A vulnerable sector check (VSC) is required for individuals providing patient/resident/client care to vulnerable persons...

from: jobillico.com - 5 days ago

Community Manager (RN)  

Shannex Incorporated - Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

You will be surrounded by supportive and talented team members who make our communities great places to live, work and visit. As an established and respected organization in the healthcare sector, Shannex...

from: appcast.io (+1 source) - 22 days ago

Occupational Health Nurse/EMT  

Maple Leaf Foods Inc. - Brandon, Manitoba

Comprehensive tuition reimbursement program that supports continuous learning and development of our team members through investment in eligible degrees, diplomas, professional certification, or trades...

from: jobillico.com (+1 source) - 16 days ago

Occupational Health Nurse  

Michelin North America Canada Inc. - Bridgewater, NS

The role of Michelin's Occupational Health Nurse is, in conjunction with the Occupational Health Physician, to provide programs and services to safeguard and enhance the health of employees and in so doing...

from: careerbeacon.com - 19 days ago

121053 - Intake Nurse (RN/RPN) - Occupational Stress Injury, OSI Clinic  

Vancouver Coastal Health - Victoria, British Columbia

As an Intake Nurse with Vancouver Coastal Health you will:Work as a member of an interdisciplinary team to conduct the centralized intake functions for the designated site/program services to ensure linkages...

from: jobillico.com - Yesterday

Social Worker (Bachelors), P1 | Primary Care Network (PCN)  

Interior Health Authority - Castlegar, British Columbia

The PCN builds on the experience of team‐based care in the region, bringing together the full scope of primary care services in a collaborative and comprehensive network of care.Scheduling Information...

from: jobillico.com - 2 days ago

Occupational Health Nurse - Part time  

Intertape Polymer Group (IPG) - Truro, NS B2N 6W4, CAN

Responsible for the collection and management of medical, highly confidential, sensitive, and personal information required for the management of absences, accommodation, health and safety issues and formal...

from: applicantpro.com - 30 days ago

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Occupational Health Nurse

An occupational health nurse (OHN) fulfils a wide range of medical roles within the workplace. The primary function of this type of work is to ensure that employees are cared for and their health is looked after. As well as being responsible for primary healthcare an OHN’s responsibilities include managing health programs and establishing ways of promoting health in a particular work environment.
To enter this area of public health, a candidate must have a nursing diploma or degree. Many employers will be keen to see evidence of additional experience and training. An OHN will also require a licence to work in the province of their choice.
OHN’s can be found in almost any type of workplace, from medical institutions to manufacturing plants, oil rigs, service industries and insurance firms to name but a few. Essential qualities include good organizational skills, excellent attention to detail and the ability to get on with a wide range of people.
The average wage for an OHN is in the region of C
$50,000, but can increase with experience.

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