NURSING JOBS IN CANADA
Opportunities in Nova Scotia, Halifax and Dartmouth
Have you ever considered Immigration to Canada, but were never sure of how and where. Here is your chance to get answers. If you are a registered nurse specialising in:
- Accident & Emergency
- Intensive Care:
- Coronary Care
- Theatres / Recovery
Capital District Health Authority (CDHA),Nova Scotia, Canada is joining The Office of Immigration in a recruitment mission to address the Nursing Shortage especially in the critical care areas:
- ER - Emergency Room (Accident & Emergency)
- ICU - Intensive Care Unit
- PACU - Post Anaesthesia Care Unit (Recovery)
- OR - Operating Room (Theatres)
Capital Health is Nova Scotia’s largest provider of health services.
We operate hospitals, health centres and community-based programs throughout Halifax Regional Municipality and the western part of Hants County.
Capital Health has over 12,000 employees, physicians, learners and approximately 1,900 volunteers. We provide medical and surgical care, mental health care, community health programs, addiction prevention and treatment and environmental health services.
We provide services through nine hospitals as well as dozens of community health centres across the region. Learn more...
Take a look at our Programs and Services page to learn about the various services we offer.
Capital Health is the largest integrated academic health district in the Maritimes. Our facilities are just one point of contact where we can provide excellent health care as we journey together to become a world leading haven for people-centred health healing and learning. Learn more...
At Capital Health, we work closely with the Nova Scotia Government Employees Union (NSGEU) and the Nova Scotia Nurses Union (NSNU) to make sure the people who work in our health care system are well looked after.
We have a variety of employment options available including permanent and temporary positions with full-time and part-time hours, as well as casual relief opportunities. Learn more...
Resources for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs)
Before Applying for a Job
Please follow this link to The College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia for general information about the assessment for internationally educated nurses. Once you get your eligibility letter or temporary license, you stand a good chance of being hired as a foreign worker. At this stage if you can benefit from the “Nova Scotia Nominee Program” to apply for permanent residency status
ISIS - Immigrant Settlement & Integration Services
- English for Healthcare Professionals – see course description below for more information
- Pathway to Licensure - via College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia
- Access to learning resources
- Skills Lab Training
- Employment Counselling
- Professional Mentors
- Pre-employment workshops online and on-site
- Referral to related technical training programs
- Access to learning resources
- TOEFL preparation
Information About Applying for a Temporary Licence
Please follow this link to The College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia for information about applying for a temporary Licence
If you have further questions please contact us for more information using the Contact Form