We’re hiring

We are hiring urgently in all categories: registered nurses, registered practical nurses, personal support workers, home support workers and companions. Please email or fill out the contact form on this webpage.

GEM offers comprehensive on-the-job training training programs in place for prospective employees new to healthcare interested in working as home support workers or companions. GEM is considered an essential service and provides all the proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required for employees.

  • Why should I consider a career with GEM Health Care Services?

    High Quality Care

    As a people-oriented business, GEM puts special emphasis on its people. That includes not only providing high quality health care to their clients, but also building positive relationships with staff and providing quality staff training.

    Jobs in private nursing and health care support services are some of the most rewarding jobs.

  • What type of jobs are available?

    We have job openings for the following positions at our Ottawa, Newmarket and Perth and Lanark County locations.

    Registered Staff

    Registered Nurses
    Registered Practical Nurses

    Non-Registered Staff

    Personal Support Workers
    Home Support Workers

  • What qualifications do I need?

    All GEM Health Care Services (GEM HCS) employees must have the following before being considered for a position :

    A vulnerable sector check

    Pre-employment medical examination and 2 work related references

    An up-to-date Cardio-Pulmonary (CPR) Level C and Standard First Aid certificates

    All applicable professional or vocational certificates

  • How can I find out more?

    If you are interested to find out more about career opportunities with GEM, please don’t hesitate to call us. We look forward to hearing more about your plans for the future!

    GEM Health Care Services
    Head Office
    383 Parkdale Avenue, Suite 304
    Ottawa, ON K1Y 4R4
    Tel: 613-761-7474
    Toll-Free: 1-877-761-4361

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