BC Public Service Agency – Occupational Health Nurse

Occupational Health Nurse

BC Public Service Agency

Victoria or Vancouver

$62,458.31 – $81,979.10 annually



The BC Public Service Agency’s Occupational Health & Rehabilitation team is committed to restoring, maintaining, and improving the health of BC’s public service employees.

We are looking for passionate and creative team players to help us build on our success in providing expert consultation in medical case management, workplace health programs, and safety-related services that protect the safety and health of employees and enhance the public service.

As an Occupational Health Nurse with the BC Public Service Agency, you’ll be a member of our multidisciplinary Occupational Health & Rehabilitation team, comprised of OHNs, OHR physicians, medical case analysts, and the Early Intervention and Return to Work Specialists. Together the OHR team supports the diverse health and wellness needs of public service employees.

In keeping with the BC Public Service Agency (BCPSA) goals and Workplace Health & Safety principles, you will provide case management services and occupational health expertise to identify opportunities for ill or injured employees to achieve early, safe and sustainable returns to work. You will identify treatment and rehabilitative options, working collaboratively with a variety of resources, to support public service managers and employees to manage their health and wellness and thereby improve workplace engagement and productivity.

For more information about working for the BC Public Service, please see What We Offer.


Qualifications for this role include:

  • Registered nurse or nursing degree, and occupational health nursing education; or equivalent combination, from an approved school of nursing
  • Two years’ occupational health nursing experience
  • Two years’ disability case management experience
  • Proficiency in electronic case management systems
  • Specialized training in occupational health preferred
  • Must have or be immediately eligible to obtain registration with the College of Registered Nurses’ of British Columbia (CRNBC)
  • Active membership in an occupational health nurses’ professional practice group and participation in continuing education, related to disability case management, is an asset


For more information on this career opportunity including how to apply online by November 13, 2017, please visit: https://search.employment.gov.bc.ca/cgi-bin/a/highlightjob.cgi?jobid=44921