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As a registered nurse (RN), you play a crucial role in the healthcare field. RNs are responsible for providing and coordinating patient care, educating patients and their families about various health conditions, and offering emotional support to patients.

Registered nurses work in various healthcare settings such as hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, schools, and community health centers. They may specialize in different areas of nursing, such as pediatric nursing, geriatric nursing, critical care nursing, or psychiatric nursing.

Here are some key responsibilities and tasks often associated with the role of a registered nurse:

  • Patient Care: RNs assess and monitor patients’ health, record medical histories, and perform physical examinations. They administer medications and treatments, dress wounds, assist with diagnostic tests, and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to develop and implement care plans.
  • Patient Education: RNs educate patients and their families about medical conditions, treatment options, and preventive measures. They provide information on managing illnesses, medications, and lifestyle changes necessary for recovery and overall well-being.
  • Documentation and Record-Keeping: RNs maintain accurate and detailed patient records, including medical histories, symptoms, treatments, and progress. They ensure that all documentation follows legal and ethical guidelines.


Indigenous Services Canada (ISC) is seeking experienced registered nurses (RN) to join nursing teams from Atlantic Canada to provide care to various First Nations communities, across Northern Ontario.

As an integral part of the team, you will carry out a full scope of practice and provide a broad range of services unique to northern nursing with ISC. You will work alongside a talented team of nurses, other health professionals, and community members dedicated to delivering quality care in a culturally safe way.

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Community Health Nurses deliver comprehensive nursing services to clients that include in-depth nursing knowledge, skills, clinical expertise and advanced judgement through consultation, clinical practice, leadership, and facilitate knowledge transfer through health promotion and disease prevention.


  • One year of independent clinical experience as a Registered Nurse (in the last three years) in one or more of the following areas: Community Health; Primary Care; Urgent or Emergency Care; and/or Acute or Intensive Care.


From Halifax, Nova Scotia, you will be flown via Indigenous Services Canada charters to your assigned community for the duration of your rotation. Work posts include remote and isolated First Nations communities within northern Ontario:

  • Employment type: Opportunities for part-time, full-time and casual.
  • Rotation: Travel/outpost nursing rotations may vary and will include a combination of days, evenings, nights, and weekends.
  • Salary range: $96,747 – $130,579 (per annum inclusive of applicable allowances)
    or $80,948 – $92,653 Base annual salary (plus applicable allowances)

NB: Salary and applicable allowances will be prorated based on scheduled work hours and may vary depending on work location.

Persons residing in Canada and Canadian citizens residing abroad.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent


  • Dental care
  • Disability insurance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Extended health care
  • Vision care


  • 10 hour shift
  • 12 hour shift
  • 8 hour shift
  • Day shift
  • Evening shift
  • Night shift
  • Supplemental pay types:

Overtime pay

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