Pediatric health care is an exciting, challenging and rewarding field. If you are driven by a strong desire to help develop healthier, happier lives for children, come discover a supportive environment, a great team and a rewarding career.
CHEO recognized as #1 Healthcare Employer in Canada
CHEO ranked number one among health care and social sector employers and number 10 overall on Forbes’ 2017 list of Canada’s Best Employers.
The Canada’s Best Employers list includes 250 companies and organizations from many different fields. Notably, CHEO is ahead of some of the largest employers in the world, including Apple and Microsoft. Read more here.
CHEO has also been recognized as one of the 100 National Capital Region’s Top Employers for the fourth year in a row.
The National Capital Region’s Top Employers is an annual competition organized by MediaCorp Canada Inc. The competition recognizes the Ottawa-area employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work. Selection criteria include workplace atmosphere, benefits, employee communications, training and skills development, and community involvement.
“I am so happy to see CHEO recognized in this way,” said Alex Munter, president and chief executive officer. “Every day I am surrounded by dedicated, compassionate people who care greatly about the job they do and the people they are with. And every day is a new journey of discovery and healing. It is very special being at the forefront of the latest medical developments and the frontline of care for the children and youth of our community.”
CHEO offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package; a "family-friendly" environment that supports staff and their families, as well as our patients and their families; a chance to grow personally and professionally through a comprehensive orientation program and on-the-job learning; support for continued; and a truly unique work environment.
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