Clinical, administrative, and clinic support jobs at our PCN in Sherwood Park, Strathcona County, Fort Saskatchewan, Redwater, Lamont, Gibbons, Bon Accord, some parts of Edmonton, and surrounding areas.
The Sherwood Park - Strathcona County Primary Care Network is a group of healthcare professionals and administrative staff who work with you and your family doctor to help you live well.
Our caring team provides education and support for managing chronic diseases and mental health concerns, while providing access to specialists and services all within your local community.
Current Job Postings
Clinic Educator - Mental Health - Closes August 6, 2021
Family Practice Nurse - Closes August 12, 2021
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What do we do?
Sherwood Park - Strathcona County PCN is a non-profit health care organization created by the family physicians of Sherwood Park and Alberta Health Services (AHS) to improve the quality of primary care in our community. In partnership with AHS, the PCN’s goal is to help family doctors and their clinics provide timely and effective care for patients. Working in a PCN is a great way to help your community.
Who are we looking for?
Our PCN continues to search for qualified, enthusiastic clinical and administrative staff to help our family doctors and clinics succeed. If you have a dynamic personality, are eager to help patients, and interested in working in a health-focused, fun-filled environment, give us a call.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Sherwood Park – Strathcona County Primary Care Network is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Employment decisions are based on merit and business needs, and not on race, color, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, physical or mental disability, marital status, or any other factor protected under the Alberta Human Rights Act. We are committed to affirmative actions that will build on the strengths of our current workforce and continually enhance the diversity of our organization.
Recruitment and Selection
All employment opportunities at Sherwood Park - Strathcona County Primary Care Network are posted for a minimum 5 working day period.
How we process applications
Applicants are invited to submit their application, along with a current résumé, demonstrating that they meet the minimum criteria for the position being sought.
At the closing date of the posting, all applications are screened, and candidates selected for an interview are contacted.
For non-management positions, interviews are attended by a minimum of two SPPCN employees, one of which is a manager. For management positions, SPPCN may opt for a physician to be present.