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British Columbia's largest and fastest growing health authority

Over 25,000 employees, 2,500 physicians and 6,500 volunteers provide services that range from acute care to community-based residential, home, mental and public health to 1.7 million people – 1/3 of British Columbia’s population in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley. 

 

With twelve hospitals and various community programs
We offer endless opportunities for:
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For many years in a row, Fraser Health has been recognized as one of BC's Top Employers. Here are some of the reasons why Fraser Health Authority was selected as one of BC's Top Employers (2017)  
  • Varying by employee group and position, Fraser Health Authority offers its new mothers maternity leave top-up payments (from 10 to 17 weeks) and helps employees balance their work and personal lives with alternative work options and starting vacation entitlements that range between three and four weeks;
  • Fraser Health Authority encourages ongoing professional development with tuition subsidies for courses taken at outside institutions, online training programs and subsidies for professional accreditation - the organization also encourages employee fitness with free membership to an onsite fitness facility that features instructor-led classes for activities such as yoga and Zumba.

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At Fraser Health, a strong culture of engagement. 
Source: Canada's Top Employers 2017

Our amazing people

More than any building, technology or program, it's our people who make Fraser Health distinct.
Learn first-hand from our employees what it is like to be a valued part of our teams! 

Our state-of-the-art facilities

Fraser Health operates 12 hospitals (including Royal Columbian Hospital - Level 1 and Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre - Level 3 Trauma centres), the province’s first state-of-the-art outpatient care and surgery centre, as well as other residential and home health facilities in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, British Columbia.

We are building for better health

Through our many interdisciplinary care teams, we focus on patients to ensure they are getting timely care, test results and, in acute sites, discharged home as soon as possible as we implement our Home is Best philosophy.
We strive to deliver exceptional service that pursues quality and is focused on safety for our patients, clients, and residents. With a culture of ‘no blame’ and the Patient Safety Learning System, we continually improve the delivery of care.
Fraser Health is experiencing unprecedented growth as our region’s population rapidly expands. We have billions of dollars of construction to build capacity over the next five years to improve access for patients, clients and residents means there are unparallel opportunities for you and your career.
  • Being passionate in pursuit of quality and safe health care
  • Inspiring individual and collective contribution
  • Being focused on outcomes, open to evidence, new ideas and innovation
  • Embracing new partners as team members and collaborators
  • Being accountable
  • Strategic direction
Learn more at Fraser Health Website
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We are proud of the innovation, commitment, professionalism and tenacity of our physicians, employees
and volunteers. More than any building, technology or program, it's our people who make Fraser Health distinct.
Even in a workplace full of remarkable people, some just stand out. They're the ones who go above and beyond and accomplish impressive results

Compensation and Benefits

We provide benefits to help you balance your career and personal life by offering a competitive compensation and benefits package when you join Fraser Health that includes:

We offer comprehensive benefits packages that may vary depending on your employee group and status. Most packages include the following:

Medical services plan

Provides for payment of the costs of required medical, surgical, obstetrical and diagnostic services of medical practitioners.

Extended health care

Provides supplementary health services such as prescription drugs, hospital accommodation differential costs, and vision care, to name a few.

Dental

Provides for reimbursement of basic, restorative and orthodontic services, subject to some maximums.

Sick leave

Provides short-term sick leave benefits in the event of a non-occupational illness or accident.

Long-term disability

Provides continuing income in the event of a disability.

Group life insurance

Provides financial protection to your beneficiary in the event of death while employed with Fraser Health.

Accidental death and dismemberment insurance

Provides additional financial protection over and above the group life insurance to your beneficiary in the event of accidental death while employed with Fraser Health.

We offer comprehensive benefits packages that may vary depending on your employee group and status. Most packages include the following:

Vacation

Depending on the employee group, vacation entitlement starts at four weeks, with additional time accrued based on years of service.

Holidays

Eleven statutory holidays are observed throughout the year.

Special leave

Special leave may be granted for compassionate leave, marriage and other special circumstances.

Maternity, parental and adoption leaves

Maternity, parental and adoption leaves are granted based on provisions within the collective agreements or terms and conditions for staff. A supplemental benefit may be payable to eligible employees.

The municipal pension plan provides a pension income based on your salary and years of service upon retirement.

Learn more by visiting the Municipal Pension Plan website.

We offer financial relocation assistance to overseas and out-of-province applicants hired into regular postings, if one of the following applies:

  • The position has historically been a challenge to fill.
  • The position has been vacant longer than 90 days.
Relocation assistance is a forgivable loan pro-rated over one year from the start of employment. Should you leave employment within one year for any reason, you will be required to repay the outstanding pro-rated amount.


General guidelines

Relocation assistance is provided up to a maximum of:

  • $3000 CDN for new regular full time and regular part time Fraser Health employees who are traveling more than 150 kilometres within British Columbia.
  • $5000 CDN for new regular full time and regular part time Fraser Health employees who are relocating from outside of British Columbia. 

Eligible expenses

Only the following expenses are eligible for relocation assistance up to the maximum approved by Fraser Health. Expenses will be reimbursed within three-four weeks after receiving copies of your receipts.

  • Moving of household goods by a professional mover, including vehicle shipping.
  • Travel expenses
    • Air travel for you, your spouse/common-law partner, your dependent children and pets who will be relocating with you (Note: Only one-way travel is covered. If the cost of return fare is lower than one way, Fraser Health will reimburse half the cost of the return flight), or
    • Train or ferry costs for you and immediate family members
    • Reimbursement does not include separate travel for interviews or home search. 
  • Moving truck rental (for those moving their own household goods) from initial place of residence to new residence. Maximum of $50 gas for rented vehicle.
  • Reasonable lodging, in the event an employee is driving.
  • Shipping personal effects by air freight, mail express or common carrier.
  • Cost of connection for telephone and utilities. Not applicable to Internet and cable hook-up.  Cost of cell phone activation fee (only) may be substituted for landline connection.
  • Cost of rental vehicle upon arrival, up to a maximum of $200.
  • First month’s rent or five days temporary lodging upon arrival in Vancouver. Proof of rent payment must be in the form of cancelled cheque and signed lease agreement.
  • Cost of Canadian employment authorization (work permit/visa) for the employee and immediate family.
  • Cost of Canadian immigration medical examination for you and your immediate family.
  • Cost of BC medical coverage during the first three months.
  • Cost of change of address with post office.
  • Legal expenses incurred in selling current residence and purchasing/rental of principal place of residence, excluding commissions and agent fees.

Working at an organization with the size, diversity and resources of Fraser Health means there's always room to grow.

We encourage our employees to develop professionally — whether it takes the form of continued education, learning from team members, or taking your career in an entirely new direction.

Education opportunities

As an employee, you will have the following opportunities at your fingertips:

  • Clinical education including specialty education, practicum placements, clinical teaching units and practice start program
  • Computer application training including Meditech
  • Health and safety education
  • Personal and professional development – a broad range of free programs and workshops
  • Research and evaluation workshops
  • UBC Medical education providing clinical medicine in all major disciplines