We need and value the Indigenous Peoples who are part of Alberta Health Services (AHS). They lend an important perspective in all settings including clinical, corporate, cultural, and more.
It's important that our workforce reflects the people we serve and we're committed to building an Indigenous workforce to improve health outcomes and patient experience for all Albertans.
AHS is proud of the many opportunities and paths that can lead to a fulfilling career in healthcare for Indigenous Peoples across our province.
We can answer questions about future career paths, help you build your candidate profile, and provide feedback on your resume.
Reach out to Indigenous Talent Acquisition at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started or view hundreds of open opportunities on our job board.
AHS acknowledges that its services are provided on the territories of Treaty 6, Treaty 7 and Treaty 8; the 8 Métis Settlements and the Métis Nation of Alberta. We also recognize the Indigenous Peoples who dwell in urban centres across this land. These territories are the home for many Indigenous Peoples, including the Anishinabe, Blackfoot, Cree, Dene, Inuit, Métis, Stoney Nakoda Sioux, and the Tsuut'ina.
We respect the Treaties that were made on these territories, we acknowledge the harms and mistakes of the past, and we dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with Indigenous Peoples in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.
In Talent Acquisition we take seriously our responsibility under the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's call to action number 23, for all levels of government to increase the number of Indigenous professionals working in the healthcare field and ensure the retention of Indigenous health-care providers.
Tyler is an Indigenous nurse at AHS with a rich understanding of the challenges that face Indigenous Peoples in Alberta.
Tyler and her colleagues help guide decisions that improve health outcomes and build understanding across the organization.
Since 2017, AHS has been recognized as a top employer. We are honoured to be recognized for our commitment to fostering a healthy and inclusive working environment that improves patient wellbeing.
As the administrative support worker at the Stollery Children's Hospital Family Room, Chrystal is the first point of contact, that smiling face at the front desk.
Indigenous cultural helpers provide cultural, emotional, and spiritual support to First Nations, Metis, and Inuit patients during their or a family member's stay.