Infusion RN Jobs in Canada 2023
A Registered Nurse with IV (pharmacy) experience is needed for clinic and/or home care. The timetable is adaptable. We build your schedule on your availability.
Employment is available in Vancouver, New Westminster, Richmond, North Vancouver, Surrey, Chilliwack, and Abbotsford.
Bayshore is searching for compassionate and motivated Registered Nurses for Infusions to join our incredible team. You will use your clinical experience to ensure that our clients receive the highest quality home health care possible, delivered with compassion, excellence, and reliability in the comfort and safety of their own homes.
If you want to make a “different” by providing great care, a healthcare job with Bayshore is for you!
At Bayshore, your safety is our first priority. We’ll provide you with the necessary personal protective equipment (PPE) and training, and we’ll conduct infection prevention checks on clients and staff before each visit every day.
We value our Bayshore Infusion Nurses with:
- Regular work assignments and timetables
- Competitive industry salaries for the essential work you perform; company-sponsored health and dental benefits for you and your family
- Paid orientation and training Efficient work schedules in the home or clinic with more care time and less travel
- Possibilities for advancement in your nursing profession encourage managers and schedulers who value the vital work you do!
Registered nurses who have graduated from a recognized nursing school, ideally with a BSN, and who are in good standing with the provincial licensing board are encouraged to apply. Three years of experience in critical care, infusion treatment, or cancer care is required. Excellent peripheral intravenous administration skills (for example, PIVs, CVADs, and PICCs); current ACLS and CPR certification A valid driver’s license and a reliable car are required.
Bayshore is dedicated to creating a safe and secure environment for its employees, patrons, and patients. All new Bayshore employees must have received the full series of a COVID-19 vaccine or a combination of COVID-19 vaccines approved by Health Canada (e.g., two doses of a two-dose vaccine series or one dose of a single-dose vaccine series); AND have received the final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to the official start date of hire. Individual medical exemptions and other requested exclusions based on the Human Rights Code shall be considered.
As Canada’s biggest and greatest homecare organization, we look forward to continuing our 50-year tradition of supporting registered nurses to make “making a difference” a profession.
Bayshore abides by provincial accessibility regulations as well as provincial human rights code standards.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which type of RN is in the highest demand?
BSN-prepared nurses are the most sought-after RNs on the job market and can move up to leadership and management positions more quickly than ASN-prepared nurses.
Are infusion nurses RNs?
An infusion nurse is a registered nurse who specializes in administering drugs and fluids through an intravenous (IV) line, central line, or venous access port. They can serve as a hospital resource by initiating IV lines and instructing new nurses on gaining and maintaining IV access.