Our team is passionate and committed to supporting the more than 300,000 amazing people who work in healthcare across British Columbia. SWITCH BC was established in November 2020 to influence, invest in and support province-wide activities to improve the safety and wellbeing of everyone working in the health sector.
Our greatest strength is our people. Our team is a group of dedicated professionals with a variety of backgrounds, skills, and experience, who work remotely from anywhere in B.C. We share a common belief that everyone has the right to be safe and thrive in their workplace and when they head home to family and friends – and that includes SWITCH BC employees
We are diverse, inclusive, and collaborative. We honour joy and the pursuit of work/life balance. We love our COVID pets and sunshine and zoom free Fridays!
We value and recognize our employees’ commitment through:
- Psychologically safe work environment
- Competitive salary
- Generous extended health, pension and long term disability benefits
- Paid vacation and sick leave allowances
- Flexible work arrangements
- Professional development and membership opportunities
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We have no current openings.
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External Job Opportunities
Safety Consultant, Safety & Prevention at Provincial Health Services Authority
The Safety Consultant, Safety and Prevention reports to the Safety and Prevention Manager and is accountable for coordinating the development, implementation and evaluation of occupational health & safety initiatives within programs in PHSA.
WCB and LTD Representative at Hospital Employees’ Union
HEU is looking for a skilled individual to fill the regular full-time position of WCB and LTD Representative at its provincial office in Burnaby. The representatives specializes in providing advocacy services for injured HEU members and those living with long-term disabilities.