Grow your career at Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg (HSC). We are a dynamic team-oriented environment. for working, learning and conducting research. More than 8,000 staff, physicians and volunteers care for patients. Highly-skilled interdisciplinary teams provide complex, specialist (“tertiary”) acute care, including diagnostic, outpatient and inpatient services for adults and children from across Manitoba, north-western Ontario and Nunavut.
HSC is a Shared Health facility and is Manitoba’s provincial tertiary centre for trauma, transplants, burns, neurosciences, complex cancer care and pediatric care. Every clinical hospital-based service available in the province is offered at HSC, with the exception of cardiac surgery and eye surgery. This means the majority of Manitobans’ tertiary care is provided here, regardless of which community our patients call home.
At HSC you’ll be welcomed into a strong community of staff who care for and support each other. Your professional development and well-being will be supported through staff wellness and appreciation programs, and education and training opportunities.
Interested in working collaboratively in teams?
HSC Orthotics Department work in a number of multidisciplinary settings including: scoliosis clinic, orthopedic clinics, diabetic foot clinics, physiotherapy clinics, and occupational therapy clinics. Orthotics staff also regularly work with physicians, nurses, orthopedic technologists, physiotherapists, and occupational therapists throughout the HSC campus.
Interested in working with inpatients?
In addition to a large outpatient population, HSC Orthotics Department serves inpatients, providing a number of fracture, post-operative, and protective orthoses, as well as assistive ambulatory devices.
Interested in Teaching?
HSC, George Brown College (GBC), and the Manitoba Orthotics and Prosthetics Association (MOPA) have come together to develop a blended learning educational program which will be a satellite of the GBC Clinical Methods in Prosthetics and Orthotics Program. Students will be based at HSC and will travel to specialty clinics for practical components. Orthotists at HSC have the opportunity to get involved in this program as instructors/evaluators.
Interested in Research?
We encourage and support clinical and health-care programs which advance the state of medical knowledge and enhance the health of residents of Manitoba. We strive to provide a supportive infrastructure for research.
Interested in Travelling?
HSC Orthotics Department travels with the University of Manitoba Northern Medical Unit to Norway House MB, Rankin Inlet NU, Island Lake MB, and Sanikiluaq NU, to provide orthotic care to remote northern communities.
Please visit our career website at: https://careers.wrha.mb.ca
Contact Nick Gilmour/Shauna Jeebe, 1-204-787-2223 for more information