Non-Profit CHC Looking for Nurse Practitioners

We strongly encourage people who identify as members of under-represented communities, such as indigenous, people of colour, migrant, LGBTQ2S+ communities, to apply. Provisionally licensed nurse practitioners will be considered.

Nurse Practitioners will provide primary care within a team-based care model. They will be expected to manage the entire range of acute primary care problems usually presenting to a family physicians office, including minor procedures such as suturing wounds, splinting injuries and responding to acute psychiatric or substance withdrawal scenarios. They will be comfortable with resuscitating and stabilizing a patient whose acute medical needs exceed the capability of the unit while awaiting transfer to an emergency room.

While the nurse practitioners will work alongside and together with family physicians, it is expected that NP’s will form the mainstay of continuity of care and service provision. The NP will provide client and family-centered care through a trauma-informed approach and evidence-informed practice. They will be expected to provide professional guidance to other health professionals in the team and participate autonomously as a member of the interdisciplinary health team. They will be responsible for empowering and supporting the team to make decisions, creating a highly engaged team. They will unlock the full potential of employees by providing consistent feedback that will inform evaluation framework.

There is the opportunity to work flexible hours, on evenings and weekends. This position is accountable to the Medical Director and the Executive Director.

Opportunity Information

Job Type


Practice Type

Nurse Practitioner


PCN salaried contracts (full-time or part-time)

Clinic Type

Family Practice and Walk-In Hybrid

Start Date


  • Please include with your application a cover letter, CV and any other relevant documents for review.
  • Provisionally licensed nurse practitioners will be considered
Job Specifics

• Current registration as a Nurse Practitioner with the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia (CRNBC).
• Recent relevant clinical Nurse Practitioner or prior Registered Nurse experience.
• Current CPR-HCP Certification essential.
• Training and experience in the delivery of Opioid Agonist Therapy or willingness to obtain same shortly after starting post essential

Clinic Information

Clinic Name

Reach Community Health Center


Downtown Eastside

Clinic Address

1145 Commercial Drive, Vancouver, BC, Canada



Other Providers



REACH Community Health Centre is an interdisciplinary team of medical professions that offers a variety of health and social services including dental services, pharmacy, counseling, registered nurses, social work services, a Multicultural Family Centre and an urgent and primary care centre (UPCC). Remuneration is in the form of salary with benefits.

Qualifications include:

  • Commitment and ability to implement REACH’s strategic goals, mission, vision and values;
  • A background in working with youth, mental health, addictions, fragile families, refugees and frail elderly desired;
  • Current methadone exception and Suboxone certification or willingness to obtain same;
  • Awareness of the impact of colonization on Aboriginal peoples and understanding of cultural competency as a care provider;
  • Ability to speak another language an asset.


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