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* Attention First Nations | Métis | Inuit job seekers!! (Worksite location is flexible) (WORKSITE LOCATION IS FLEXIBLE)

Position Summary

Interior Health establishes salaries within the minimum and maximum of the salary range based on consideration of the qualifications, experience of the applicant, and an internal equity review of the salaries of other employees.

Are you First Nation (status and non-status), Métis, and/or Inuit?

Are you interested in a career at Interior Health and looking for one on one support in navigating the application process?

** To be eligible for support you must identify as First Nation, Métis, or Inuit and have originated from Canada**

Our Career Specialists can help!

Click here to meet our team:

Interior Health (IH) is dedicated to working with First Nations, Métis, and Inuit persons within its boundaries and is focused on improving the health of Indigenous people we care for. As we look to the future, IH is shifting toward a more culturally competent focus both in our hospitals and out in the community, to better serve Indigenous Peoples within the Southern Interior region. Interior Health remains committed to the goal of reaching a representative Indigenous workforce reflective of Indigenous populations in the Southern Interior region and ensuring that we hire and retain Indigenous people at all levels of the organization – from front line to leadership.


** If you applied before April 3, 2024, and would like to continue being supported by one of our Career Specialists, please re-submit your application **

Posting indicates permanent full time, however, opportunities may vary to include casual, part time and full time. (0-37.5 hours/week). Opportunities are located within the Interior Health Region.


** First Nation, Métis and/or Inuit Self-identification must be indicated on your resume and/or cover letter, or you can elect to self-identify when creating your profile. Only candidates who have self-identified will be contacted **

Step 1:

Make Sure you are eligible to apply:

In order to qualify for one-on-one support from our Career Specialists you must identify as First Nation (status and non-status), Métis and/or Inuit and have originated from Canada

Step 2:

Apply to receive one on one support from our Career Specialists

Click the “apply” button.

Step 3:

You will be re-directed to Sign-In or Create a profile:

If you already have a profile:
A) Enter your email address, click “Continue”,
B) Input your password.
C) You will then be re-directed to your online profile where you will answer a few questions, upload your resume and/or cover letter and supporting documents (certifications, education, typing tests, food safe, etc.)
D) “Confirm Application”
E) Review your information then “Submit Application.”

If this is your first time applying, follow the steps below: (this process takes less than five minutes).

A) Click on "Sign In/Create Profile",
B) Complete name and contact information including an email address and password you will use to access your profile.
C) Agree to the terms and use of the website.
D) You will receive an email confirmation to Activate your email address, please ensure you complete this step.
E) Sign In, this redirects you to Interior Health’s Career page.
F) Click on your Name (upper right corner), select “Profile.”
G) Complete the demographics page, verify address, answers the required questions and Aboriginal/Indigenous Identity. Click Save.
H) Click on the “Attachments” tab to upload your resume, cover letter, proof of COVID-19 vaccination and any supporting documents required. (Certifications, education, typing tests, food safe, etc.) See acceptable file types below.
I) select attachment type, choose your file and “add attachment”, then Save.

We accept the following file versions:
• Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx)
• Adobe Acrobat Reader (.pdf)
• Text File (.txt)
• Rich Text Format File (.rtf)
• Graphic or Photo File (.jpg)
• High Quality Graphic File (.tif)

Your profile is now complete, you’re ready to apply for one-on-one support, click here. Then confirm your application and submit.

**After you have applied to this posting**

One of our Career Specialists will contact you initially by email to have an open discussion with you to explore how your skills, interests and career aspirations may match current opportunities at IH.

For those candidates that do not have an email address, communication will be by phone.

If you’re having difficulty applying, please email and one of our Career Specialists can assist you.

Opportunities Exist at IH:

Did you know that IH employs over 26,000+ employees in diverse opportunities across our region:

Direct Patient Care:

- Nursing
- Health Care Assistant
- Laboratory Services
- Social Work
- Mental Health
- Medical Imaging
- Rehabilitation
- Indigenous Patient Navigators
- Pharmacy

Non- Direct Patient Care:

- Administrative Services
- Human Resources
- Staffing Services
- Finance and Accounting
- Information Management Information Technology (IMIT)
- Leadership Opportunities
- Indigenous Partnerships
- Support Services (food services & environmental services)

Browse current job postings to learn more: Job Search | IH Careers (


This posting is covered by the Provincial Health Officer’s mandatory COVID-19 vaccination orders and selected applicant(s) must comply.

Interior Health now offers assistance from an Indigenous Employment Advisor. If you self-identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Métis or Inuit) and if you would like assistance with the application process and/or career exploration, send your question(s) via email to to be redirected to the Employment Advisor. We invite applicants to self-identify as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit within cover letters and/or resumes.

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Close Date:

MARCH 31, 2025

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