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
Surrey-North Delta Division: Executive Director April 14, 2019 The Executive Director is responsible for keeping the Division a functional organization, including financial and legal requirements for a non-profit organization. They support the work of the Board, reporting on the major areas of activity for the Division and assisting in the development of policies and in decision-making. 
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Rural and Remote Division: Salt Spring Island Chapter Coordinator April 1, 2019 The Chapter Coordinator provides leadership, guidance, coordination, logistics, and support to the Chapter projects and programs of the Salt Spring Island Chapter. The Coordinator works with physicians, project teams, the health authority, and stakeholders to develop and implement initiatives, and to ensure project goals and objectives are met. They will work closely with the physicians, community, health authority, and other stakeholders to support primary care initiatives.
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North Shore Division: Project Coordinator March 27, 2019 Reporting to the Executive Director, and in collaboration with the project’s Physician Lead, the Project Coordinator provides leadership, guidance, coordination, logistics, and support to the Division’s projects and programs. Works with physicians, project teams, health authorities, and stakeholders to develop and implement initiatives, and to ensure project goals and objectives are achieved.
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Rural and Remote Division: Revelstoke Maternity Project Lead Open until filled The Revelstoke Chapter of the Rural and Remote Division is seeking a Maternity Project Lead to be responsible for overall project management of the Chapter’s maternity program, including financials, coordination of partners and committee communications, administration, and evaluation. The Project Lead will ensure the project meets its intended outcome, while staying within the accorded budget and timelines as approved by the Shared Care Committee and Division Board of Directors. 
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