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Indigenous Recruitment At PHSA

PHSA is committed to working with key partners to create direct pathways for Indigenous employees. This includes building community relationships, connecting and inspiring Indigenous youth, supporting a thriving Indigenous workforce across PHSA programs, and supporting new applicants with the hiring process.

The Indigenous Recruitment & Retention program at PHSA is currently expanding. Please check back for more information! If you have any questions, email us at

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We Hire

  • Corporate And Clinical Roles
  • Positions Within Indigenous Health
  • Indigenous Leadership Roles
  • Other Indigenous Specific Roles
  • Entry Level Roles

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“The meaning of life for our people is that each one of us was to find our gift, and to use it to help the people.”

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Latest Indigenous Recruitment Opportunites

We have opportunities ranging from corporate to clinical roles at PHSA. Search current job opportunities across our specialty programs:

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“We invite you to embark together on this transformative journey of creating a safer, more holistic and inspired organization. Through heart-led leadership, both individually and collectively, we can develop an authentic community where Indigenous voice is not upheld but celebrated, creating a sense of belonging for everyone at PHSA.”

Michele van der Wielen, Waterhen Lake Cree Nation

Manager, Indigenous Recruitment & Employee Experience

Opportunities Across PHSA

PHSA Corporate serves as the hub for the entire health authority, connecting the vast array of agencies, services, programs and divisions together to ensure the delivery of superior care to all our patients.

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BC Cancer is responsible for cancer care for the people of BC. BC Cancer's cancer control program includes research, education, care and treatment, and is provided through its six regional centres in Vancouver, Vancouver Island, the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, the North and the Southern Interior. BC Cancer also has partnerships with other health care providers (physicians, pharmacists, nurses and others) and regional hospitals and clinics across BC to bring care closer to home for those who do not live in urban centres.

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BC Cancer’s various research programs are dedicated to collaborative, ongoing research to find causes of cancer and develop better cancer treatments.

To learn more about BC Cancer Research’s programs and projects, visit

The BCCDC is dedicated to preventing and controlling communicable disease and promoting environmental health for the province. BCCDC serves and supports BC regional health authorities, the Ministry of Health Services and the Provincial Health Officer, redefining the methods and our understanding of resolving the health care challenges in a new century.

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The BC Centre for Disease Control conducts and coordinates research, education, knowledge translation and policy development in support of provincial, national and international programs for public health and disease control and prevention. The BCCDC collaborates with the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University to advance public health policy, applied research and clinical testing.

Learn more about research and education at the BCCDC

As BC’s major treatment, teaching and research facility for child health, BCCH provides expert care for the most seriously ill or injured children from across BC. Sunny Hill Health Centre provides child development and rehabilitation. While supporting and engaging families, each employee plays a vital role in providing specialized pediatric services not available elsewhere.

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BC Children’s Hospital and BC Women’s Hospital & Health Centre are both teaching hospitals, partnering with the University of British Columbia and other academic institutions to enhance care for children, women and youth across the province.

Research is a core component of all clinical activities at BC Children's Hospital At the BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute, over 1,000 researchers conduct world-class research to transform the lives of children in B.C., and beyond.

Learn more about the BC Children’s Hospital Research Institute."

BCMHSUS provides a range of provincial specialized mental health and substance use services for children, adolescents & adults; as well as leadership for system-wide improvements through health promotion, illness prevention, knowledge exchange, research and education.

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The BC Mental Health & Substance Use Research Institute is located on the Children’s and Women’s campus. BCMHSUS uses knowledge exchange across the organization to help promote excellence and innovation and ensure that clinical practices are informed by both research and provincial priorities.

The BCT is the only integrated delivery system for organ transplant services in all of North America. As we deal in every aspect of organ donation and transplantation, we offer careers in a highly engaged culture where you deliver the gift of life to people throughout the province.

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BC Transplant supports leading research and helps put research findings into action to improve patient care and the B.C. health system. To fulfill its mission of saving lives through organ donation and transplant, research plays a vital role in the evolution of the patient care BC Transplant provides throughout the province.

More information on the Transplant Research Foundation of British Columbia can be found on

For additional information on research at PHSA, visit"

One of the largest maternity facilities in Canada and a leading academic health centre, BCW is a facility dedicated to treating and enhancing the health of women, newborns and families. We offer an expansive number of programs and services that cover everything from birthing to reproductive mental health, all designed to accommodate the special needs of our patients.

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Researchers with the Women's Health Research Institute at BC Women’s Hospital work in all areas of health research, including biomedical, clinical, health systems and services, social, cultural, environmental and population health, with the goal of improving the health of women, both locally and globally.

For more information about the Women’s Health Research Institute, visit

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