Nunavut is the most northerly region of Canada with almost limitless health needs. There are a wide variety of opportunities that will provide you with a unique professional springboard as well as a rich personal experience. There are work terms available in 25 Inuit communities!
Please note that you must be comfortable working in the English language to be able to carry out work terms in this territory.
- Baffin (Qikiqtaaluk)
Working off the beaten track :
What an incredible opportunity to discover Canada’s most northern territory, its Inuit communities and their culture!
An incomparable experience
Discover a new definition of teamwork and develop your sense of autonomy and proactivity.
ou can chat with our team simply, easy and quickly 24/7. That’s the + in MON+!
Push yourself further
There are many opportunities to develop your potential, work in a multidisciplinary team and to push yourself further.
MON+ provides competitive salaries, an allowance for food, transportation and accommodation, a training cost reimbursement program and a referral bonus.
A cohesive team that supports you 24/7
Despite the distance separating us during our work terms, we work diligently to be present day and night, respecting the healthcare community’s often-atypical schedules.
We collaborate so that you will always get answers to your questions and solutions to your problems 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Things to do
Quebec’s regions are full of outdoor parks, historic places to discover, art centres hosting cultural and artistic activities, and more. All of this exists within some proximity to urban centres and their services.
To keep you informed, we’ll send you a list of things to do in the region associated in which you’ll be working.
Accommodation, transportation, food, etc.
With us, there’s no need to worry about anything during your contract. Your furnished accommodation is free, we reimburse your transportation costs and you are entitled to a food allowance to cover your meal costs.