We always welcome applications from:
- Medical Technologists
- Radiodiagnostic Technologists
- Radio oncology Technologists
- Respiratory Therapists
- Administrative Technicians
- Medical Secretaries (class II, III, IV)
- Executive Secretaries (class I)
- Occupational Therapists
- Assistant Pharmacy Technicians (APT)
- Patient Attendants (PAB)
Looking for a great place to work, learn and grow?
Building careers for this generation while teaching the next one
MUHC prioritizes healthy work environments, modern technology, and a vision of healthcare that will let all employees and students develop professionally while contributing to patient well-being. We are becoming an even better place to build one’s career; enhancing our ability to attract and retain top healthcare professionals while training the next generation to follow.
Enhancing our staff environment
Aside from continuing to cultivate a positive work environment, the MUHC has creatied facilities that make our employees’ jobs easier and improve the quality of care and services they deliver. For example:
- Logical adjacencies and efficient, ergonomic design make work easier and reduce time wasted by unnecessary walking
- State-of-the-art equipment and technology give caregivers the latest tools
- Access to natural light, green spaces and nature alleviate stress and create opportunities for rejuvenation.
Teaching the next generation
The MUHC is a university health centre with strong academic ties. Our partnership with McGill University’s renowned Faculty of Medicine helps us deliver unsurpassed patient care in some of the most challenging areas of medicine. We are a regional centre for tertiary patient care in cancer, neurology, pediatrics and trauma, to name just a few of our many areas of specialization.
Each year, over 5,500 people are trained at the MUHC, including more than 1,000 medical and surgical residents, 2,400 nurses, 550 medical students, 1,200 researchers, and 400 students in other health-related fields. These students go on to become the next generation of health professionals, serving our community at the MUHC and other Quebec institutions.
Medical students and professionals need facilities that let them interact in a way that is sensitive to the needs of patients and their families and that give students access to the latest medical methods, technologies and procedures.
MUHC team members share an important goal: they are committed to providing the best care for life for patients and their families. Help us make a difference by joining our team.
Consider these MUHC advantages:
|Physical environment. The MUHC is set in beautiful downtown Montreal, providing a cosmopolitan environment for employees to explore and enjoy. Learn more.||Great teamwork. Collaboration and innovation are at the heart of everything we do. For many, the MUHC is more than a job – it is a way of life. Learn more.|
|Work benefits. Our family-friendly health and benefits plans give employees coverage in key areas. Learn more.||Apply today! Discover jobs currently available at the MUHC. Learn more.|
|ICU – A day in the life of the intensive care unit
On March 29, 2010, CTV Montreal ran a special report focusing on a day in the life of the ICU. The story followed the ICU team at the Montreal General Hospital and provides a rare glimpse into a busy and sensitive area of the hospital that few people ever experience. The video features interviews with a number of staff, namely ICU nurses Giselle Melanson, Jenny Mizina, Nurse manager Colleen Stone, Drs. Ash Gursahaney, and Debbie Schwarcz, and Beverly Coshof from Social Service.
|Running on empathy: the Royal Victoria Hospital's emergency department One year earlier, on March 25, 2009, CTV Montreal ran a special report entitled “Running on Empathy”, which explored what it takes to work in an emergency room through the eyes of ER staff at the Royal Victoria Hospital. Watch the video to experience a day in the life of doctors Frederic Dankoff, Mitch Shulman, Zachary Levine and Marc Beique, and nurses Mary Orlowski, Maxime Valerius and Angela Schade, as they share the rewards, pressures and difficult situations of the ER.