At Scarborough Health Network (SHN), we are transforming care for one of Canada’s most diverse and vibrant communities. And we’re looking for bold and compassionate, skilled and dynamic, innovative and dedicated professionals to join our team!
Recognized as one of Greater Toronto’s Top Employers and as an affiliated teaching hospital of the University of Toronto, SHN offers an exciting work environment and culture to build your career. Across our three hospitals and satellite sites, we are not only advancing quality patient care, we are proud to be furthering health equity and inclusion, supporting staff wellness, growing research and education, and finding new ways to work more closely with our partners and community.
Now is the time to take the next step in your career, and be a part of shaping the future of care!
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- We do not employ recruiters in foreign countries.
- We do not request money from individuals applying to work at our hospital. If you are contacted requesting money for employment opportunities or applications then it is not a legitimate representative Scarborough Health Network.
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EnRoute to Cath Lab
SHN’s new cardiac education program is looking to fast track Registered Nurses to the Cath Lab.
EnRoute to OR
SHN is looking for Registered Nurses to join the fourth cohort for our perioperative education program.
The Diabetes Education Specialist provides comprehensive in depth clinical assessment and consultation to a population of diabetic patients. The Specialist provides supportive counseling to patients, families, and community groups, and provides formal and informational education to patients.
Click the link to learn more and apply: Diabetes Specialist – Diabetes Education
Our Critical Care Program is a patient focused total care model. You will provide high quality nursing care to patients and their families, based on the philosophy and conceptual framework of Nursing Practice at Scarborough Health Network. The successful candidate will be responsible for assessing, planning, implementation and evaluating nursing care and practice activities in a multidisciplinary family centered care environment. Patient caseload includes critically ill cardiac, respirology, nephrology, oncology, high-risk obstetrical and acute medical-surgical patients.
Click the link to learn more and apply: Registered Nurse – Critical Care
Why Choose SHN?
Our hospital provides a unique environment to enhance your career, share your expertise or further your knowledge through our range of clinical programs, support services and volunteer opportunities. SHN is always looking for skilled, compassionate and committed individuals to join its dynamic team in providing excellent patient and family centred care. If you are looking for a challenging, yet highly rewarding experience in a positive, energetic and community-based workplace, we want to hear from you.
Education and Career Development
SHN strives to provide staff with the opportunity to advance in their professional careers. We are committed to implementing continual growth and development, and offer staff education on clinical and hospital-specific practices, as well as opportunities for management and leadership training.
Learn more below about our continuing education and professional development opportunities.
The Nursing Graduate Guarantee (NGG) program is designed to support Registered Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses who are within 12 months of registering with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) by providing them with a full-time employment opportunity.
The NGG program uses the NGG online portal to link new nurses and employers. Funding is provided to support transition into practice opportunities for new nurses that lead to full-time employment or the equivalent of full-time hours.
The ministry will provide 20 weeks of funding for each new nurse approved to participate in the NGG program. This will include 12 weeks of funding for the nurse’s transition into practice period and 8 weeks of funding to reinvest in existing frontline nurses and their professional development.
Visit the Ministry of Health website for more information
SHN’s EnRoute program provides RN candidates a chance to receive:
- An in-house program Certificate,
- Financial support in tuition costs, and staff participating in the program will be compensated hourly
- A permanent position in the department for successful candidates.
SHN will announce application instructions online.
The Critical Care Sponsorship Program at SHN pays staff to be trained to work in the ICU. The combination of theory and placement hours enable staff to practice safely and confidently.
Click here to learn more about the Critical Care Sponsorship Program.
At SHN, we offer competitive, equitable salaries, allowing us to recruit and retain the most qualified employees in the health-care sector. We also provide a comprehensive benefit package, which may vary on collective agreements and employment status. Some of the features include vacation and medical benefits, employee assistance programs, maternity and parental leave, tuition assistance, life insurance and Hospital of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP).
Employee Discount and Incentive Programs
SHN’s employees have access to discount, reward and benefits programs with exclusive pricing to movies, theatre, sports, attractions, travel, hotels…and much more!
We promote a healthy work-life balance and encourage our staff to make health, fitness, and wellbeing a priority. Some of the ways we do this is through healthy workplace seminars, safety programs, fitness opportunities, wellness programs and disease prevention initiatives. The comprehensive offerings include:
- On-site wellness rounding
- On-site massages
- Employee Assistance Program (free 24/7 access to confidential counselling, consultations, community referrals and resources)
- Mental health training and resiliency (e.g. Stress Reduction, Resiliency and Coping seminars)
- Healthy cafeteria options
- Wellness workshops covering a variety a health-related topics
- Contests and challenges (e.g. Step Challenge, Ticket giveaways, etc.)
SHN embraces and celebrates our community’s unique multicultural heritage and diversity. SHN is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a culture of inclusiveness and diversity reflecting our diverse patients, staff and community alike. We are committed to providing barrier-free and accessible employment practices in compliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Should you require accommodation through any stage of the recruitment process, please disclose when contacted and we will work with you to meet your needs.
Who we are
At SHN, we continually strive to be among the best places to work and receive care. In 2018, when we officially became Scarborough Health Network, we launched our first-ever Strategic Plan that drives how we are building our workforce and cultivating our culture.
Canada’s leading community teaching health network – transforming your health experience
Improving lives through exceptional care
In all our interactions we will be:
We show empathy for our patients, families, and each other. We listen openly and speak respectfully. We provide a compassionate and safe care experience every day.
We are inspired by the diversity of our community. We make everyone feel welcome, respected, supported, valued and able to fully participate.
We inspire each other to act boldly, to make a difference. We advocate for each other and the needs of our community. We work together to overcome challenges. We take accountability for our actions.
We demonstrate excellence by embracing new ways of thinking, acting, leading, and teaching.
At SHN, we’re striving to build a culture that empowers and inspires. This means everyone feels welcomed, respected, supported and valued and able to fully participate in the workplace. We are doing this through creating awareness, providing education resources, and empowering staff-led communities of inclusion.
Diversity and Inclusion
We value and respect the richness of diversity of the communities we serve, and we are dedicated to cultivating a welcoming, inclusive and safe environment free from discrimination and oppression for everyone who enters through our doors.
The Diversity and Inclusion team actively strives to create an equitable environment where people’s diverse identities and perspectives are valued and included. We strive to create an environment where staff feel dignified, engaged, and empowered to deliver compassionate care for all. SHN recognizes its people are best positioned to do this by increasing their skills, confidence, and capabilities through a range of human rights and inclusion training and programs, events, and projects.
Life in Scarborough
Scarborough is a vibrant and unique community, where the possibilities and potential are endless. Our health network team is proud to care for people in our community like you and your family – because we are part of this community, too. Like the patients, families, and visitors that come through our doors every day, we live, work, and thrive in Scarborough. And we are here to support you though challenges, celebrate your successes, and care for you when you need it most. We believe strongly that, in Scarborough, the incredible is possible. From health care to arts, sports, culture, food, business, and design, we celebrate excellence here whenever we can.
Here’s some helpful information and tips on applying for a position at Scarborough Health Network. If you have additional questions or experience any issues applying to an online posting please contact HR services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
Browse Job Opportunities or search using the fields available. To apply for a job, you will need to create a profile. Click on “Login” and enter your email address under “New Applicant?”. You will be provided a quick form to fill out, including a place to specify your particular skills and a window in which to upload your resume. Once you’ve saved this profile, your password will be emailed to you. You can use this password to access your profile at any time.
Once you select a position of interest, click ‘Apply for this job’ and complete the skills criteria section and answer several screening questions specific to that position. You will be contacted for an interview if your skills and experience match the position’s criteria.
Please keep in mind that only resumes received through our online application system will be considered and note that due to high volumes, only candidates selected for interviews are contacted.
Select ‘My Profile’ and enter your email address in the field provided. Below this field you will see a sentence that reads, “Forgot your password? Enter your email address above and then click here. Your password will be sent to this address immediately. Follow the instructions to ensure that you do indeed have the correct password.
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Please allow some time for recruiters to review your application. Our team of recruiters will assess the applications received and will contact those applicants who are chosen for an interview. If you are not contacted for a specific position for which you applied, all resumes submitted through our online application tool are kept for future consideration.
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COVID-19 Vaccine Requirements for Health Care Workers
Based on recent government mandates and directives, healthcare workers are now required to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. If successful, new hires will be required to provide proof of vaccination prior to their start date. In the event that a new hire is unable to be vaccinated as a result of a medical exemption, they will be required to submit supporting documentation as requested by Workplace Health and Safety.