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Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare

Proudly Serving Our Communities – Delivering Best Patient Outcomes with High Standards and Compassion, Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare (MAHC) is a multi- faceted organization that includes Huntsville District Memorial Hospital Site and South Muskoka Memorial Hospital Site.

Position:  Registered Nurses

Region:  Muskoka

Description:  Permanent Full-time
•Emergency and ICU Resource (Float)
•Obstetrics
•Medical Surgical
•Complex Continuing Care
•Corporate Nursing Team (Leave of Absence Work Assignments)

Permanent Part-time
•Obstetrics
•Critical Care
•Medical Surgical
•Complex Continuing Care
•Surgical Services

Temporary Full-time
•Critical Care

Temporary Part-time
•Obstetrics
•Emergency



Salary:  As per ONA Central Agreement

Terms of Employment:  To Be Negotiated

Deadline for Application:  Saturday, April 06, 2019

How to Apply:  Applicants interested in becoming a part of an energetic, caring team in a fast-paced and rewarding environment can send a current resume to:

Human Resources Department
Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare
100 Frank Miller Drive
Huntsville, ON P1H 1H7
e-mail: jobs@mahc.ca
tel: (705) 789-0022 ext. 2374 or (705) 645-4400 ext, 3503
www.mahc.ca

Our organization supports equal opportunity employment. We are committed to a selection process and work environment that is inclusive and barrier free. Accommodation will be provided in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code. Applicants need to make any accommodation requests for the interview or selection process known in advance by contacting the Human Resources Department. Human Resources will work together with the hiring committee to arrange reasonable and appropriate accommodation for the selection process which will enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.


Location:  Huntsville District Memorial Hospital and South Muskoka Memorial Hospital Sites

Profession Type:  Nurses (NP, RN and RPN)

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