Are you tired of working unstable shifts? Are you looking to improve your work/life balance? As part of our skilled team you will assist individuals suffering from opioid dependence, provide high quality opioid agonist treatment and mental health in a safe, secure and non-biased environment. Must be compassionate, friendly and empathetic to the difficulties our clients face when entering an addiction treatment clinic.
The Clinic Nurse (RPN/RN) is a first line contact with clients who enter our clinics. Assessments and interaction is a key function, as you will be working with patients, understanding their needs. Must be able to administer all types of medications.
The Clinic Support Staff is a first line contact with all clients who enter our clinics. Daily interaction with the public, clients and their families and with a multi-disciplinary healthcare team of professional is a key function. Must be compassionate, friendly and empathetic to the difficulties our clients face when entering an addiction treatment clinic.
Career opportunities for physicians interested in superior income potential with highly favorable working conditions.
OATC clinics have been strategically located in geographic areas that are devoid of addiction services or, are generally under-serviced of all medical treatment facilities. In many of the communities where OATC provides services, without an OATC clinic, there would be no other treatment provider offering this compliment of services, leaving patients with no other option than to travel long distances to obtain treatment or receive no care at all.
Current openings – Brantford, Peterborough, Lindsay, Hamilton, Kitchener, Cornwall, Thunder Bay, London, Windsor, Niagara Falls and Welland.
To discuss any of these opportunities in more detail, please contact Robyn Yack at: