The Rural Coordination Centre of BC (RCCbc) strives to improve the health of rural citizens and communities within British Columbia. The RCCbc serves as a network that facilitates discussions between Health Administrators, Policy Makers, Rural Communities, Linked Sectors, Academia and Health Providers on coordination of rural healthcare services, improvement of effective collaboration, network partnership and leadership and to promote understanding of rural health challenges and opportunities. The Project Coordinator will work closely with Project Lead(s) and RCCbc Leadership and will report directly to the Executive Director, Operations at RCCbc. The Project Coordinator plays a critical role in project support, implementation, and delivery. Click here to read more on this job posting.
Dr. Donald Rix BC Leadership Chair in Indigenous Environmental Health, University of Northern British Columbia
The University of Northern British Columbia invites applications for the BC Leadership Chair in Indigenous Environmental Health. The BC Leadership Chair in Indigenous Environmental Health will spearhead a program of research on interactions between natural and social environments, and health of Indigenous peoples. The Chair will have a primary academic appointment in the School of Health Sciences at UNBC, and will be expected to attract significant research funding and collaborators to rural British Columbia. Click here to read more on this job posting.
Rural Scholars, UBC Faculty of Medicine
The Rural Scholars Program has been created to provide an opportunity for rural clinicians to develop skills in scholarship and leadership. The program takes a broad approach to scholarship and can encompass any category of scholarship: discovery, integration, application/engagement and education. The UBC Department of Family Practice, in partnership with the Rural Coordination Centre of British Columbia, is accepting applications for established clinicians in British Columbia to develop experience and skills in Rural Scholarship through the Rural Scholars Program. There are up to two (2) positions available and it is anticipated that these will be distributed over the rural areas of British Columbia. Reporting to the Director, Rural Scholars Program, the Rural Scholar will require a time commitment of approximately one day per week (0.2 FTE) for a two year term to engage in scholarly work relevant to rural health in British Columbia. Click here to read more on this job posting.
MD Undergraduate Director, Year 3 Rural Family Practice Clerkship, UBC Faculty of Medicine
The Director of the Family Practice Clerkship is primarily responsible for this clerkship and will work with faculty and staff at the distributed sites in the planning, coordination, and implementation of comparable experiences in the clerkship for students at all sites in the MD Undergraduate Program. The Year 3 Rural Family Practice (RFP) clerkship is part of the Ambulatory Block of the Year 3 Clerkship (MEDD 431). The Year 3 Family Practice Clerkship Director reports to the Department Head via the Undergraduate Family Practice Programs Director Click here to read more on this job posting.
MD Undergraduate, Family Practice Year 3 and 4 Site Lead: Rural VFMP, UBC Faculty of Medicine
The MD Undergraduate Site Lead is primarily responsible for supporting the administration of the year 3 rural family medicine clerkship and year 4 family medicine electives in collaboration with the year 3 and 4 teams with primary responsibility for rural Vancouver Fraser Medical Program (VFMP). This position reports to the Department Head via the Undergraduate Family Practice Programs Director. Click here to read more on this job posting.
Virtual Care Coordinator, North Peace Division of Family Practice
The Virtual Care Coordinator is primarily responsible for working with primary care teams, specialists, and specialized services to make virtual patient encounters more widely available and will facilitate the coordination of these encounters to routinely wrap an appropriate and expanded team around each patient. This role is a temporary full-time position (ending Mar. 31, 2022). The successful candidate will work in collaboration with members of interdisciplinary teams, setting up and facilitating encounters with patients and teams, connects with specialists and specialized services to garner interest in participating in the initiative, maintain and update “Pathways BC” virtual services for regional specialists and support patients for login to virtual platforms. Click here to read more on this job posting.
Clinical Resources Co-Lead, BC Emergency Medicine Network
The Clinical Resources Co-Lead is primarily responsible for the development and execution of a fresh engagement strategy to bring in new clinical resources and spark vibrant online discussions around the content for the BC Emergency Medicine Network (BC EM Network). This includes the creation, curation and review of new audiovisual content and other popular forms of online medical information such as blogs. The successful candidate will use online networking tools, such as MedTwitter and YouTube, to promote and engage member discussions on the resources. Click here to read more on this job posting.