Careers

Do you have a passion for public health and want to make a difference in our communities?

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit offers a supportive, team-oriented environment. As part of an interprofessional team, you’ll work closely with others in allied professions in all aspects of service delivery including program planning, implementation, evaluation, and partnering with community organizations. No matter what our roles, we all work towards one common goal: to protect and improve the health of residents throughout the District of Thunder Bay.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Career Opportunities

Type:
External
Salary:
$30.10 - $35.41
Opportunity Ends: May 26, 2017 - 4:30pm

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit is seeking a Full-Time 1 year contract Payroll and Benefits Analyst in the Finance department.  Reporting directly to the Manager of Finance and also the manager of Human Resources for Human Resource functions, the position is responsible to perform and assist with payroll and benefits functions including payroll processing, benefits administration, human resources information system administration, and financial analysis. 

Please quote competition #NU-17-06 in your cover letter when applying.

Type:
Internal
Salary:
$53,931.74 - $75,041.26
Opportunity Ends: May 26, 2017 - 4:30pm

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit is seeking a Full-Time Permanent Public Health Nurse in the Healthy Babies Healthy Children Program.

Type:
Internal
Salary:
$29.63 - $41.23
Opportunity Ends: May 22, 2017 - 4:30pm

The Thunder Bay District Health Unit is seeking a Full-Time Contract Public Health Nurse in the HBHC Program. A PHN in the HBHC program works with pregnant women and families aged 0-6.  Duties of the position include Post-Partum phone calls, in-depth assessments, home visits and working with family home visitors to deliver blended home visiting services to support high risk families.  Service coordination, referrals to community agencies, and the ability to exercise sound nursing judgment when working with high risk clients and working with internal and external partners is required.