Our goal is to build a provincial healthcare system that is high quality, sustainable, and accessible to all.
Whether you provide direct patient care or give support behind-the-scenes, there's a place for you here.
Healthy Albertans. Healthy Communities. Together.
Join an organization that's committed to the wellbeing of staff, safety of patients and families, and building an inclusive workforce for all people.
Everything we do is driven by our CARES values. Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence and Safety.
If you're looking for great benefits, a career that fits your lifestyle, plenty of growth and learning opportunities, and so much more, consider AHS!
Come see what Alberta has to offer.
The high standard of living, diverse and multicultural people, and rich, varied natural beauty makes Alberta an exceptional place to live.
Low cost of living, world class entertainment, and massive protected green spaces make our province the perfect place to call home.
All across the five Zones, there's something for everyone. From urban centres to welcoming small towns, find the setting that best suits you!
Since 2017, we have been recognized as a top employer for our efforts to create an innovative and diverse workplace that values the contributions of our people.
AHS remains focused on reducing emergency department wait times, improving EMS response times, reducing surgical wait times, and attracting talent to our rural communities. To improve service delivery in key areas, we are rapidly hiring professionals in the following categories:
We make sure you have the benefits you need to support your wellness in all areas of your life.
Our partners across the province provide financial supports to health professions working in specific communities.
Want to work in the small towns and cities of Alberta's north? Earn hourly bonuses, travel stipends and more.
Looking to make the move? Employees willing to commit to a 12 month placement can receive Relocation Assistance.
Doctors, nurses, and nurse practitioners working in rural and remote communities may be eligible for loan forgiveness.
Enjoy a range of supports including the Transitional Graduate Nurse Program, Nurse Mentorship Network, and more.
We're committed to increasing the number of Indigenous professionals at AHS and improving our ability to provide culturally safe care and services.
AHS is committed to building a workforce that is reflective of the diverse communities we serve, at every level of our organization.
AHS provides opportunities, support, training, and more to students to ensure their success as they begin their healthcare careers.
"To me, it's very important as an Indigenous person myself, being able to see that representation, it speaks volumes about the organization itself"
- Chantel, Advisor
"I just want to help other individuals... I'm happy to be able to provide that access to the patients that live in rural communities"
- Shaheed, Audiologist
"My favourite part of working in a small community is you get to know people, so it makes your life easy. We're like family here."
- Mayank, Registered Nurse
"The part that I feel I make the most difference is just in the small interactions every day that I have with coworkers, patients, everybody, just being kind."
- Shelby, Primary Care Paramedic
June 2 & 3, 2023 - Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists Conference - Gatineau, QC
June 16, 2023 - University of Alberta Physical Therapy Event - Virtual
June 25, 2023 – Canadian Psychological Association 2023 Career Fair - Toronto, ON
June 25, 2023 – Female First Responders Day at Blue Line - Edmonton, AB
Learn more about your profession at AHS or explore openings below.