Vancouver Island Health Authority
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Vancouver Island Health Authority Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. Brendan Carr
  • Founded
    2001
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Client Ambassador

Nanaimo, BC

1 hour ago

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Rehabilitation Assistant

Tofino, BC

1 hour ago

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Community Health Worker 1

Parksville, BC

1 hour ago

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Leader, Public Health

Port Alberni, BC

1 hour ago

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Community Occupational Therapist

Nanaimo, BC

1 hour ago

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Community Occupational Therapist

Tofino, BC

1 hour ago

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Registered Nurse/Registered Psychiatric Nurse - Long-Term Care

Duncan, BC

1 hour ago

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Full-time
Project Registered Nurse - COVID-19 & Contact Tracing

British Columbia

1 hour ago

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Laundry Worker

Cumberland, BC

19 hours ago

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Administrative Assistant, Indigenous Health

Victoria, BC

19 hours ago

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Full-time
Health Records Release of Information (ROI) Administrator

Campbell River, BC

19 hours ago

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Disability Management Administrator

Victoria, BC

19 hours ago

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Admitting - Switchboard Clerk

Duncan, BC

19 hours ago

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Community Health Worker 2

Victoria, BC

19 hours ago

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Manager, Strategic Initiatives

Nanaimo, BC

19 hours ago

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Part-time
Registered Nurse or Registered Psychiatric Nurse

Victoria, BC

19 hours ago

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Full-time
Director, Learning & Performance Support and Library Services

Victoria, BC

19 hours ago

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MHSU Clinician/Leader

Victoria, BC

19 hours ago

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RN Community Health Services

Nanaimo, BC

19 hours ago

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Part-time
Home Support CHW Supervisor, LPN

Nanaimo, BC

19 hours ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 9.7K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Licensed Practical Nurse
$29.01 per hour
Family Medicine Physician
$117 per hour
Residential Aide
$24.34 per hour

Nursing

Registered Nurse
$40.72 per hour
Licensed Practical Nurse
$29.01 per hour
Registered Nurse - ICU
$40.72 per hour

Administrative Assistance

Clerk
$20.98 per hour
Processing Assistant
$23.54 per hour
Administrative Assistant
$22.05 per hour

Community & Social Service

Residential Aide
$24.34 per hour
Social Worker
$36.13 per hour
Case Manager
$30.67 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 139 reviews and is evolving.

3.5820173.4320183.0020193.312020

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Reviews

Rehabilitation Assistant in Victoria, BC
on 24 August 2020
Lovely staff at the Piercy Respite Hotel
Great place to work to create connections with patients and get involved in the medical field if you are a student wanting meaningful volunteer work!!
RN Staff Nurse in Mount Waddington C, BC
on 19 October 2020
dangerous, toxic misogyny all day, every day
VIHA management is consistently staffed by people without any kind of suitable education, experience or basic grasp of ethical conduct. 4 managers watched the local medical director attack me personally on numerous occasions and did nothing. Apparently, you can get by in management if you keep your mouth shut and act thankful that the scapegoat is a staff person and not them.30 years in 4 different health authorities and VIHA is, without question, the lowest functioning, most corrupt organization I have ever worked for.
Medical Office Assistant in Nanaimo, BC
on 7 August 2020
Not good
I enjoyed working with patients and some staff but the management in many dept, don't care. They are employees that have been promoted because the employer couldn't get rid of them. They don't care about the patients or staff. There have been many consultants that have been brought in to find out about the toxic workplace. They give their suggestions but the employer doesn't follow through or care
RN Staff Nurse in Duncan, BC
on 5 August 2020
Backwards approach to health care
Zero interest in providing education, best practice and or creating a positive work environment. The worst experience I’ve had working for a health region. Management heavy, litigation focused. Absolutely depressing work environment. Affordable housing was not worth leaving VCH.
Youth Worker in Victoria, BC
on 24 July 2020
Youth work
I loved working there at first. Lots of disfunction at first it seemed manageable.I was asking about a raise as I wanted to know the hrsThe second in charge told me the manager was in process of finding how to fire me. As actually they didn't follow the union rules regarding pay I would have been owed many hrs of over time as would others. They were worried I would realize and file a grievance.I had an allegation and upon return to work I was told it was still being investigated and that viha thinks I did something.I was utterly horrified however it was a lie.. I had a yr and half of this.Then I'm told I need a meeting with my union rep. I had enough and my fiancé asked me to quit.Basically they deserve each other.. could be an amazing place if some management changes made. When I quit I got ei, the EI rep said to me I believe in karma in all my years of doing this it's wow.. she was told I was a good worker but got upset over what occurred I couldn't take it.or they would have offered me a different job. At the other house . meanwhile they had tried to reprimand me for abuse over something that didn't occur and I got ei .. It took me 6 months to recover from this experience.I had job offers and interviews. But this company refuses to say much to potential employers. I emailed the hr person who keeps responding here.. she ignored it.
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