Careers

Below is a list of available positions with divisions of family practice around the province. For other job opportunities within the collaborative partnership of the Doctors of BC and the government of BC, click here.

Job Title Closing Date Description
Rural and Remote Division: Regional Manager, Interior January 13, 2019

The Regional Manager, Interior (RM) will support our interior BC chapters in building collaborative partnerships, knowledge transfer and linkages throughout their assigned region and within the Rural and Remote Division of Family Practice.

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Rural and Remote Division: Chapter Coordinator - Hazelton January 13, 2019

Reporting to the Regional Manager, Vancouver, Coastal, and Northern, and in collaboration with the Local Chapter Physician Lead, the Chapter Coordinator provides leadership, guidance, coordination, logistics and support to the Chapter projects and programs of the Hazelton Chapter.

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Rural and Remote Division: Chapter Coordinator - Gabriola Island January 13, 2019

Reporting to the Regional Manager, Vancouver Island, and in collaboration with the Local Chapter Physician Lead, the Chapter Coordinator provides leadership, guidance, coordination, logistics and support to the Chapter projects and programs of the Gabriola Island Chapter.

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Rural and Remote Division: Chapter Coordinator - Long Beach January 6, 2019

Reporting to the Executive Director, and in collaboration with the Local Chapter Physician Lead, the Long Beach Chapter Coordinator provides leadership, guidance, coordination, logistics, and support to the Chapter projects and programs of the Long Beach Chapter

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Rural and Remote Division: Executive Director December 16, 2018

The Rural and Remote Division is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to work with the Division's Board of Directors to develop a vision and strategic plan to guide the Division’s mission to support and enable rural physicians to optimize health care services in their communities.

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