Ready to take the plunge into a career in the regions or the Far North? We know it’s a big decision! Don’t worry, you’re not alone: we’re here to guide you every step of the way. This page contains the answers to the questions you most often ask us. And if you don’t find what you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us directly!

🧑‍⚕️ General

Reliability: with 22 years of expertise in the recruitment and placement of healthcare professionals, you can trust us with your eyes closed. We understand the realities of your profession, and we're committed to providing you with the best possible service. We're more than an agency, we're partners of your career!

Proximity: we're a small, close-knit team who wants to maintain a real relationship with you! We want to get to know you, your personality, your motivations and your passions. What's more, you'll have your own dedicated advisor to whom you can always refer!

Transparency: from the hiring process to your first assignment and beyond, we're 100% transparent. Communication is very important to us, and we make sure that everything is clear, both to you and to us. Should you have any questions, we'll be happy to answer them.

It's easy to apply! Go to our job opportunities page, find the job you're looking for, submit your CV and contact details. Our team will then analyze your profile and get back to you as soon as possible to schedule an interview.

Salaries are determined according to several criteria: your profile, your profession and the location in which you're interested to work in. Unfortunately, it's impossible for us to give you this information in advance. However, we would like to reassure you that our salary scales are carefully elaborated to remain competitive. We firmly believe in rewarding your skills and efforts!

A minimum of availability is required. It differs according to your profession. For example, our nurses are asked to keep at least 2 weeks of availability per work terms. You'll find all the information on our job opportunities page!

It's hard to say, because our mandates are varied. We have short assignments and long ones. We're sure you'll find what you're looking for!

From hospitals to dispensaries, to mines, to construction sites... we've got plenty of opportunities for you. The good thing is that you can discover numerous workplaces. There is no way you will get bored!

Yes, you're as free as a bird, you may go where you want, when you want (well, warn us anyway, it's better, aha), you're the boss! For example, you can complete a workterm in Gaspesie and then choose to change it up and go work in a charming little village in Saguenay for the following few months. You'll acquire new professionnal experiences. Dont miss out on the opportunity to be amazed by new regions!

The number of orientation days depends on your experience in the department where you want to work. In general, you'll need between 3 to 14 days of orientation to be able to work autonomously.

There may be a few situations where you'll be asked to work mandatory overtime, but this is very rare for agency employees. If you agree to work overtime, you can do so at the customer's request. We also sometimes receive requests on our on-call line for additional shifts. Don't worry, we won't accept anything without consulting you first.

Yes, you'll have access to a group insurance plan. It will provide you with coverage for life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, long-term salary insurance, health insurance (medication, paramedical, etc.), travel insurance and a telemedicine service.

In the regions, you have the option of staying in a hotel, Airbnb or any other accommodation offered by a private individual or professional. We do our best to find accommodation as close as possible to your place of work. And of course, if you have any suggestions, don't hesitate to let us know!

In native communities, you'll be housed in transits. These are apartments shared with other health professionals, which is super-friendly spirited and ideal for meeting new people, you'll see! You'll still have your own room for privacy when you want it.

Whether you travel by bus, plane or car, you don't pay for your trip. We reimburse your mileage or send you your tickets directly. All you have to do is pack your bags and set off on your adventure!

Yes, you'll get a food allowance to meet your daily needs!

In some regions, this may be possible. Don't hesitate to tell us about your situation, and we'll do our best to help! However, this is not possible in the North. This is the best time to take some time for yourself!

❄️ Far North

Being a nurse in an expanded role means having more skills and responsibilities. It means being more autonomous in the way you work, and being able to perform interventions that are normally reserved for other professionals. For example, he or she can carry out more detailed assessments of patients' health, take on the monitoring and management of those with chronic illnesses, handle first aid, manage different emergency situations, and much more!

To work in the Far North, you need to have several things in your pocket: your training in the expanded role (good thing we're offering one), relevant dispensary experience, a BAC or DEC in nursing and an intermediate level of English. Of course, you must also be a member of the OIIQ. PS: we also have opportunities that do not require the expanded role.

Working in the Far North isn't for everyone, but it's a rewarding adventure if you're motivated. Whether you're looking for a professional or personal challenge, to explore unique landscapes or discover new cultures, you need to be prepared. The North requires physical and mental resilience, self-reliance and adaptability. Our team will do everything in its power to ensure your peace of mind on the day of your departure! And know that we'll always be there to reassure you and listen to you should you have any doubts or fears.

🎓 Expanded role training

Expanded role training is offered at two times during the year: spring and autumn. If you're interested in taking the course, the choice is yours, depending on your schedule and availability. Don't hesitate to contact us for the precise start date of the next session. And if, when you've made up your mind, there are still a few months to go before the course starts, you can take advantage of it and get a head start on your project!

Our training lasts between 4 and 5 weeks, corresponding to a total of 160 hours of training. This training period is designed to provide you with all the skills and knowledge you will need to take on the expanded role.

Training takes place in Montreal, in a dynamic and stimulating learning environment.

If you don't live near Montreal, accommodation is provided for the duration of the course. So no headaches! What's important to us is that you can focus on your learning.

Yes ! Nothing to spend on your side, training is offered to our nursing staff. We invest in your skills development; in exchange, you provide us with your expertise for a certain amount of time according to the conditions we have agreed together. During training, MON+ also offers you ACLS and CPR.

Yes, you will receive a salary for the duration of your training.

Yes, before you can join the expanded role training, you need 2 years of nursing experience, including 1 year in critical care. This allows us to ensure that you have already acquired the solid skills needed to understand and assume the responsibilities of the expanded role.

We require an intermediate level of English. You need to be able to understand and communicate effectively with patients, colleagues and other healthcare professionals around you.