Whistler and Pemberton jobs
We recognize the shared traditional homelands of the Squamish, Lil'wat, N'Quatqua, Samahquam, Skatin and Xa'xtsa Nations.
Host of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Whistler is a world-renowned four-season resort located two hours north of Vancouver along the scenic Sea to Sky highway. This resort community thrives on mountain culture and all the nature it is surrounded by. Home to almost 12,000 people and 3 million annual visitors, people in Whistler enjoy a high quality of life in balance with the prosperous tourism economy and a strong business sector. Whether you come to Whistler to live, work or play, the community offers incredible opportunities.
Only a 20-minute drive north of Whistler lives the quaint yet adventurous town of Pemberton. Nestled at the foot of majestic Mt Currie, Pemberton has a variety of offerings for its residents and visitors including shops in the village centre, the Pemberton Museum, U-Pick farms, two golf courses, horseback riding, camping, jet boat trips, hiking, biking, skydiving, parasailing, hot springs and much more.
Its natural beauty is surrounded by three of the most beautiful Provincial Parks in BC, with ample opportunity for camping at Birkenhead Lake, Garibaldi, Joffre Lakes and Nairn Falls parks.
Whistler Health Care Centre
Whistler Health Care Centre is a busy diagnostic and treatment centre that serves up to 140 patients a day in the busiest season. It is also an emergency and ambulatory care centre. Our staff specialize in treating sports-related injuries, as well as stabilizing trauma and critical care patients for transfer to Lower Mainland hospitals. The Centre has no overnight stay capacity but does have an on-call system. Medical care in Whistler is augmented by general medical practices.
Pemberton Health Centre
Pemberton Health Centre is a smaller diagnostic and treatment centre staffed by resident general practitioners and registered nurses who serve small population pockets spread out over a wide area. There is no inpatient stay capacity and the emergency nurses operate on an on-call system where they are “RN first call” certified. Serious conditions are stabilized and transported via air or road ambulance to Lower Mainland hospitals. It is also an emergency and ambulatory care centre.
Meet the team
"I can confidently say that I have never felt so supported in a workplace. Management truly listens and makes it a priority to [ensure we] have the best equipment to perform our jobs safely and efficiently."
Kristen Jacobson, Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Whistler Health CentreMeet Kristen