Health Sciences

Health Sciences

We're hiring Health Science Professionals

It takes a team of health care professionals to provide the best in health care to our patients, clients and residents.

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Health Science Professionals

Virtual Career Fair | November 16, 9:00 A.M. - 4:00 P.M. (PT)

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New Graduate Practice Transition Program

The vision of the New Graduate component of the Practice Transition Program is to build knowledge, confidence, and competence as students transition into full practice. 

This strong foundation is a warm welcome that supports you in establishing your new career.

Hear what the team has to say about their experience working and/or living in the Fraser Health region.

“I love the unity and mutual respect amongst my colleagues. It helps foster a strong sense of belonging and trust within our team.”
Social Worker
“Making a difference in improving a client’s daily life through occupational therapy is something I am passionate about in my career.”
Occupational Therapist
“Working at Fraser Health, I have gained and improved my skills in providing assessments and interventions with neurological patients.”
Occupational Therapist
“As a new grad, I feel fully supported in my role. Everyone is welcoming and happy to support me as I continue to learn and take on new tasks.”
Occupational Therapist
“In my career as a physiotherapist (PT) at Fraser Health, I have gained confidence working with a diverse spectrum of patients from all different backgrounds”
“After my student placements in public and private settings, I [have] found my true calling in acute care. It’s a rewarding career, and very much worth it.”
“Working in such a dynamic environment, I have the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, and I am always learning something new. It’s special to be a part of a bigger team where peer-learning is valued and fostered.”
“My team often participates in group team-building activities outside of work, like running races and axe throwing, and we get together monthly for social gatherings.”
Clinical Coordinator, Urgent Care Response Centre

Relocating from outside of British Columbia?

You may be eligible for relocation assistance.

Relocation assistance is generally offered to employees who are hired into regular, difficult-to-fill nursing and allied health positions. 

*Eligibility and some conditions apply.*

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