Hiring Now! Nurse Practitioners in BC (Industrial)

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What if we said you could play an integral part in building and developing a world-class medical model? In this role, you will have that opportunity, as well as using your nursing background to provide comprehensive clinical and emergency response care to on-site workers. 

You will use your expertise to:

  • Support the safe operation of the shift team by monitoring compliance to safety rules and standards
  • Provide commitment to the quality, integrity, and value of health services while working with an interdisciplinary team of occupational health and safety professionals
  • Lead the support treatment room operations, maintaining a deep understanding of the principles, concepts, practices, standards, protocols, guidelines and regulations
  • Oversee and actively participate in clinical teaching activities and protocol development and evaluation
  • Build advanced, comprehensive and focused health assessments, diagnose health problems, prescribe medications to treat diseases, disorders and injuries, and order and interpret diagnostic investigations as required
  • Support integrated disability case management and facilitate fitness to work assessments
  • Be accountable for treatment room initiatives pertaining to on-site workers in a dynamic work environment
  • Communicate effectively on applicable information to appropriate personnel in a timely manner

Must-haves (minimum requirements):
•    Work experience as a nurse practitioner
•    Exceptional collaboration with other groups and the ability to work under pressure
•    Leadership experience, education or professional development
•    Current registration with the BCCNP as a Nurse Practitioner in family or adult practice
•    Successful completion of an approved Nurse Practitioner program, holding a Master of Nursing
•    A valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
•    Alignment with our values of expertise, passion, respect and care


Preference for:
•    Experience in an industrial, emergency or critical care setting and experience with health surveillance testing and programs
•    A high level of knowledge and the ability to interpret relevant medical and operational guidelines, protocols,  policies and procedures
•    Technical knowledge of health and wellness programs, standards and processes, including disability case management, return to work programs, medical surveillance and wellness programs
•    Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
•    Collaborate with others in order to achieve the best results and deliver the most value
•    Hold others accountable, and expect others to do the same


Quick Facts About Our Current Opportunities:

  • On-site Camp Living (accommodations & food provided); employees have their own room and bathroom
  • Our NPs work out of clinics
  • Rotations are typically 3 weeks on/3 weeks off OR 2 weeks on/2 weeks off
  • Health and Dental Benefits are provided to full time staff on consistent rotations, following 3 months
  • Uniforms/PPE provided
  • Travel allowance provided
  • Drug and Alcohol testing: *we set this up for you
  • Shifts are 12 hours (must be available for all potential shifts, including nights)
  • Site specific courses: *reimbursed by us, can be completed online and count toward ongoing credits to keep your license valid
  • Paid overtime if shifts run longer than 12 hours

International SOS is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.