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Frequently Asked Questions


 

 

All available physician positions are posted on our careers site.

Follow the instructions within the job posting and submit your application including an expression of interest, detailed curriculum vitae, and references to the appointee listed in the job posting. You will also need to register and create a profile on PHSA Career Site. 

 

Yes, you will still need to submit your application including an expression of interest, detailed curriculum vitae, and references to the appointee listed in the job posting.

 

Please wait until you have all the information before submitting your application. 

 

Submit your Curriculum Vitae to our Physician Recruitment team directly at physicianrecruitment@phsa.ca. You can also sign up for job alerts and when a position becomes available; you will be notified of the position of your preference.

 

After submitting your application, you will receive an e-mail from PHSA Talent Acquisition acknowledging receipt of your application.

 

CPSBC grants licensure in a variety of registration classes. Please contact our Physician Recruitment team who will review your eligibility for licensure and guide you through the application process. 

 

To be considered for employment with a program of PHSA, you must have a valid license to practice medicine in British Columbia. The College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia (CPSBC) is the licensing body for General Practitioners and specialist physicians in BC. 


Our Talent Acquisition team will guide you through the immigration process. We also offer relocation assistance to those who qualify, to support your move to B.C. Visit the International Physicians page for more information.


 

You can contact our Physician Recruitment team at physicianrecruitment@phsa.ca directly if you have any questions regarding the position and/or the application process. 

 

As an equal opportunity employer, we are dedicated to a fair and equitable hiring process. After the closing date, a search and selection committee will review all applications and the most qualified applicants will be invited for an interview. 

 

We have clinics and centres located around the province in local and regional facilities. BC Cancer operates six regional cancer centres in Vancouver, Vancouver Island, the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, the North and the Southern Interior. Find out more about our clinics and centres.

 
 

 

 


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