Sechelt and Gibsons jobs
We recognize the traditional homelands of the shíshálh Nation.
Located on the Sunshine Coast north of Vancouver, the charming seaside community of Sechelt is a central hub for exploration and get away from the hustle-bustle of city life. Just a stone’s throw down the road is the quaint town of Gibsons, full of local artists, fishing boats and perched on a hillside overlooking a harbour and facing nearby islands in Howe Sound.
Imagine a lifestyle where you are only a short walk or bike ride to work, can enjoy lunch by the waterside, and still have time to go for a hike or catch a drink with friends to watch the sunset. We have many exciting opportunities for healthcare professionals in Sechelt and Gibsons in both acute and community.
Sechelt Hospital is a 46-bed facility with 2 operating rooms that serves the communities of Langdale, Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay and Pender Harbour.
Sechelt Hospital is a 36-bed acute care hospital serving the entire Sunshine Coast. The hospital provides acute medical, surgical (general surgery, cataracts, endoscopy, urology and gynecology) and obstetrical inpatient/outpatient services, supported by laboratory, diagnostic imaging and rehabilitation services. It is also home to an 8-bed critical care unit.
Mental Health and Addictions Services are structured with an integrated multidisciplinary team approach. Sechelt Hospital is pleased to support a 6-bed inpatient Psychiatric Unit for the Sunshine Coast.
Sumac Place is a Tertiary Mental Health facility that offers specialized mental health rehabilitation and residential services for adults needing round-the-clock support and assistance to enhance their independence and overall quality of life. Clients remain in a stable condition and are in need of specialized rehabilitation services as they progress in their journey towards recovery. Typically, the duration of stays can vary between six and 24 months.
Sechelt and Gibsons Health Units
Sechelt and Gibsons Health Units provide an array of public health and preventative services including health protection, health promotion and prevention and early intervention services. The unit is staffed with public health nurses, nurse practitioners, environmental health officers, dieticians, speech-language pathologists, audiologists, needle exchange workers, licensing officers, lactation consultants, community developers, tobacco reduction coordinators and support staff.
Relocation assistance available
We can help you get here! For select positions, new employees may be eligible for financial relocation assistance of up to $5,000 reimbursement for eligible expenses. Please inquire with your application or contact us for more information.