Health Sciences North CEO Says There Are At Least 75 Job Postings At The Hospital
Health Sciences North CEO Dominic Giroux posted the following on Facebook:
"There are more than 75 job opportunities currently advertised at Health Sciences North in a wide-range of disciplines:
Admitting Clerk, Booking Clerk, Clerk Typist, Communications Specialist-French Language Services, Coordinator, Corporate Accountant, Infection Control Nurse, Indigenous Engagement Liaison Worker, Information Technologist, Manager, Medical Laboratory Technician, Medical Physicist, Medical Radiation Technologist, Medical Secretary, Nurse Practitioner, Occupational Therapist, Operating Room Attendant, Payroll Administrator, Pharmacist, Pharmacy Technician, Physiotherapist, Physiotherapist Assistant, Plumber, Point of Entry Support, Registered Nurse, Registered Practical Nurse, Support Service Worker, Systems Analyst, Technician, Ward Clerk.
Check our webpage every Wednesday after 4pm for job postings: https://secure.hsnsudbury.ca/HSNCareers/
Join an outstanding organization with 4,000 compassionate employees, 600 highly-skilled members of medical staff, 2,100 energetic learners and 700 caring volunteers.
The first Monday of every month, I get the chance to meet our new recruits, speak to them about HSN and HSNRI and answer their questions.
I look forward to meeting you or someone you know in that context very soon!
We are motivated by a shared Purpose: to provide high quality health services, support learning and generate research that improves health outcomes for the people of Northeastern Ontario."
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