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Date Posted: June 182024
Renumeration / Overhead Split: $143.96/​hour; $299,437.00 annually at full time (Union Doctors Manitoba) 
RHA: Winnipeg RHA


Description 

Family Physician

Part-Time (minimum 0.5 EFT) or up to Full-Time (1.0 EFT)

Permanent

The position is classified as Class 3, on the Doctors Manitoba Winnipeg Salaried GP’s Agreement salary scale. A comprehensive benefit package is provided as per employee eligibility via HEB Manitoba.

Job Summary

Consistent with the principles of primary health care, and in accordance with Nine Circles Community Health Centre program standards, policies and procedures, the Family Physician will provide primary care services. As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, this primary care physician provides comprehensive health care to people living with HIV and at-risk populations. The Family Physician plays an integral role as a member of an integrated care team that participates to develop, implement and evaluate a health care plan that reflects the goals and expectations put forth from the client. 

The job is a part-time or full-time permanent position, between 40 and 80 hours per two-week period (including holiday pay hours). The regular work days for this position will fall between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Occasional evenings may be required. 

The position is classified as Family Physician under the Doctors Manitoba Agreement. A comprehensive benefit package is provided as per employee eligibility via HEB Manitoba.

Key areas of responsibility include:

1. Delivery of Primary Care Medical Services 

2. Delivery of HIV Care and Treatment 

3. Health Education 

A detailed job description stating all position duties and responsibilities is available upon request.

Qualifications

Required:

• General or Family Practitioner with an interest in HIV care and treatment, Hepatitis C management, addictions treatment, mental health and supportive counseling

• Licensed with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba and current registered member in good standing

Knowledge, Skills, and Experience

• Preference of minimum 2 years’ experience of directly related experience working in a primary care, community health and/​or ambulatory care setting

• Demonstrated knowledge of health promotion strategies 

• Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Community Development, Harm Reduction, Health Equity and Client-Centered concepts and applications.

• Knowledge and understanding of Indigenous culture and traditions and the impact of colonization on the health and well-being of Indigenous individuals and families.

• Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team setting

• Commitment to and knowledge of community-based health care

• Good communication and interpersonal skills

• Facility with computers and keyboarding

Assets

• Trained in Opiate Replacement Therapy

• Knowledge of and experience in Accuro or similar Electronic Medical Records (EMR) systems

• Fluency in languages other than English

How to Apply

Interested candidates may forward their letter of application and résumé to:

Email: mpayne@​ninecircles.​ca

Nine Circles celebrates diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We encourage applications from qualified people who are Indigenous, living with HIV, identify as 2SLGBTQ*, or belong to other traditionally marginalized communities.


Contact Information 

MICHAEL PAYNE, Executive Director
mpayne@​ninecircles.​ca
2049406030