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The Leukemia/Bone Marrow Transplant Program of BC

About Us
Employment & Fellowships

Nursing & Allied Health Careers

Background

The Leukemia/Bone Marrow Transplant Program of BC employs 120+ nursing, allied health and clinical staff. Opportunites occur periodically ranging from RN, to social work, to physiotherapy etc.

The Program employs a primary nursing patient care model, with a ratio of two to three patients per nurse.

Nursing rotations in the Inpatient Unit involve 12-hour shifts, typically two days, two nights, five days off. The Leukemia/BMT Program Medical Daycare is open seven days a week, from 0700 to 1900 (0800 to 1700 on weekends). The rotation varies with a combination of 8-hour and 11-hour shifts.

Orientation to the Program involves self-directed modules, classes and preceptored shifts. It is approximately 8-10 weeks in length. There is also a multitude of continuing education opportunities, including conference and class attendance, and semi-annual Leukemia/BMT Program Education Days.

Salary and benefits for nursing staff are regulated by the Provincial Collective Agreement. For more information, visit the British Columbia Nurses' Union (BCNU) web site.

How to Apply

To apply or for information on current nursing and allied health opportunities, please consult the Vancouver Coastal Health web site.

For more information on specific opportunities, please contact Nancy Edge, Patient Services Manager, at nancy.edge@vch.ca.

If you are applying from outside Canada, there is a licensing requirement. Please consult the College of Registered Nurses of BC web site.

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