Travel Community Health Nurse – RN

  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

Bayshore HealthCare


Are you a CHN (RN) looking for an exciting travelling work experience?. Do you have a passion to make a difference in the lives of those you care for?.

Have you thought about traveling for work to expand your personal and professional growth in health care?. We provide a unique way to experience an expanded clinical scope while enjoying an adventure simultaneously!

Bayshore HealthCare’s Northern Nursing program has provided high-quality community health relief staffing services to Indigenous and Northern communities since 1997.

Our Nurses experience exciting assignments in Northern Canada’s isolated, semi-isolated, and remote areas. Work closely with diverse Indigenous communities (First Nations, Inuit, and Métis) providing care to community members in Canada’s remote Northern communities of British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.

The work you will do:

Consult with physicians and the Health Center Charge Nurse to work within an expanded scope of practice providing healthcare services to pre-natal and adult patients for trauma and primary care, including delivery of newborns, treating minor acute illnesses and injuries, and conducting general treatment clinics

Apply the nursing process utilizing the skills of observation, assessment, nursing diagnosis, counseling, and health teaching according to the established care plan.

Ensure that, on an ongoing basis, the emotional, spiritual, physical comfort and safety of clients are met to the greatest possible extent within the scope of practice

Utilize strong assessment skills, exceptional interpersonal skills, and proven ability to effectively communicate to handle difficult situations in an objective consistent format

4-week minimum assignments

Why Bayshore?

Enjoy fully paid & planned travel while doing what you love
Highly competitive pay packages & incentives
Extended Health Benefits
Comprehensive orientation and training
Continual learning and professional development
Work options to fit your life
24/7 support from a caring and dedicated team who welcomes you from your first day

Job Qualification

Who You Are:

You are a graduate from an accredited School of Nursing and have a nursing license through the governing body in good standing
You have or are willing to obtain a regulatory license in the province or territory of work such as, College of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CRNA), College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba (CRNM), College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) and or College and Association of Nurses of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut (CANNN), British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives (BCCNM), or Yukon Registered Nurses Association (YRNA)

You have 3000 hours, two (2) years of full-time experience in acute/critical care nursing activities in the: Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit, or in an acute care setting OR one (1) year, 1,500 regular working hours of experience, in the past five years, working in remote, isolated and/or semi isolated communities OR three (3) years (4500 hours) of Med-Surg experience

You are confident and skilled to evaluate the need for further assessment outside of the community if necessary
Mandatory skillsets and additional training requirements and reimbursements will be discussed during interview
Thank you to all applicants.

Candidates selected for an interview will be contacted directly.

Bayshore is committed to a high quality and safe environment for both our staff and clients/patients. Dependent upon Provincial government regulations, and the position being applied for, new hires may be required to provide proof of vaccination against illnesses such as COVID-19, Hepatitis, Seasonal Flu etc.

Please speak with the recruiter for Provincial and/or position specific requirements. Medical exemptions or any other kinds of requested exemptions based upon Human Rights Code will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

“At Bayshore Healthcare, our commitment to Equity, Diversity & Inclusion is our strength.

This is how we bring our vision of being the difference in the lives of those we care for, work with and in our communities. We have a great sense of pride in creating a culture of belonging, where individual differences are embraced and celebrated, through programs, resources and policies that support each individuals purpose, potential and wellbeing.”

Bayshore operates in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and applicable Provincial Human Rights Codes.