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As one of the fastest growing health authorities in Canada we are looking for focused dedicated employees to fill our workforce requirements.

Fraser Health is one of BC's Top 2012 Employers and would like you to consider a career that will help promote better health in our Aboriginal communities. We are one of six health authorities in BC and are responsible for providing healthcare to 1.6 million residents; approximately 2.7% of which represent Aboriginal residents living in Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.

As one of the fastest growing health authorities in Canada we are looking for focused dedicated employees to fill our workforce requirements. Fraser Health attends focused Aboriginal career fairs in the First Nation Communities, Elementary, Secondary and Post-Secondary schools within Fraser Health's catchment area (Burnaby up to Boston Bar). Join our organization to help narrow the health gap between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal patients and residents by providing a better cultural fit within Fraser Health.

Upon hire you have an opportunity for voluntary Aboriginal self-identification and to be contacted for future Fraser Health Aboriginal initiatives, events or volunteer opportunities.

Complete your profile in full at www.fraserhealth.ca/careers and apply to those positions for which you are qualified and capable of.

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