Below is a list of available positions with divisions of family practice around the province. For other job opportunities within the collaborative partnership of the Doctors of BC and the government of BC, click here.

Job Title Closing Date Description
North Shore Division of Family Practice: Administrative Assistant August 31, 2018 The North Shore Division is seeking a full-time Administrative Assistant to support daily operations by communicating with physician members and the public, providing logistical support for committees and events, processing invoices and expenses, maintaining databases, and conducting general office duties. Read the full posting >
Burnaby Division: Project Manager, Patient Medical Home/Primary Care Network September 17, 2018 The Burnaby Division is seeking a Project Manager to be responsible for leading the design, implementation, evaluation, quality improvement, risk management, and progress reporting to effectively achieve the goals of the Division's PMH/PCN work. Read the full posting >
Burnaby Division: Lead, Patient Medical Home September 17, 2018 The Burnaby Division is seeking a Lead, Patient Medical Home who will develop, coordinate, implement, and evaluate initiatives in collaboration with stakeholders (e.g., local physicians, Fraser Health, non-profit agencies), while facilitating adopting practices and processes consistent with the values and goals of the BDFP. Read the full posting >
Abbotsford Division: Primary Care Network Administrative Assistant September 24, 2018 The Abbotsford Collaborative Service Committee (CSC) is an innovation of health care in BC, designed to support the capacity of health care providers in the community of Abbotsford to better provide health promotion/disease prevention and management of chronic disease services thru the implementation and strengthening of the Primary Care Network. It is a partnership between the Abbotsford Division of Family Practice, Fraser Health Authority and Abbotsford Community Services. Read the full posting >
North Peace Division: Practice Improvement Coach September 30, 2018 The Practice Improvement Coach reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for working with primary care practices to make improvements, with the goal of improved patient outcomes, increased patient, provider and health care team satisfaction, and efficiency within the practice. Read the full posting >