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The health and social services sector allows you to choose a profession according to your interests: over a hundred career possibilities are available to you! The Avenir en santé website offers 45 of the most popular career choices and many more in the health and social services network, where there are plenty of job opportunities.

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    • Ambulance Attendant

      Ambulance Attendant

      Behind the siren. The role of ambulance attendants goes beyond transporting the sick and injured: They must also respond swiftly, assess the patient’s condition and then stabilize him or her.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 20,32$ / h
      Max. 32,75$ / h

    • Audiologist

      Audiologist

      A medical ear. An audiologist evaluates the hearing abilities of the hearing impaired and looks for the causes and contributing factors to their disability.

      University

      $ Min. 23,43$ / h
      Max. 43,25$ / h

    • Biomedical Engineer

      Biomedical Engineer

      Making sure everything works. Biomedical engineers ensure that their facility’s medical equipment remain functional, reliable and effective.

      University

      $ Min. 22,76$ / h
      Max. 43,14$ / h

    • Biomedical Engineering Technician

      Biomedical Engineering Technician

      The equipment specialist. Biomedical engineering technicians install medical equipment and ensure that they are properly configured and safely functional.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 20,02$ / h
      Max. 28,02$ / h

    • Clinical Biochemist

      Clinical Biochemist

      Lab-based medical professional. Through the analysis of body fluids, clinical biochemists determine a diagnosis and follow the evolution of a disease, as well as the effectiveness of treatments.

      University

      $ Min. 38,62$ / h
      Max. 50,08$ / h

    • Clinical Perfusionist

      Clinical Perfusionist

      Working the beat - Clinical perfusionists use a heart-lung bypass machine during cardiac surgery or other surgeries to manage a patient’s circulatory and respiratory functions.

      University

      $ Min. 23,95$ / h
      Max. 45,41$ / h

    • Community Organizer

      Community Organizer

      Serving the public. Community organizers implement community-based programs to respond to the needs of the community and promote its development.

      University

      $ Min. 23,28$ / h
      Max. 24,51$ / h

    • Cytologist

      Cytologist

      A cellular biology ace. As keen observers, cytologist identify and classify cellular components in order to prevent disease, improve therapeutic practices and contribute to research.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 22,05$ / h
      Max. 32,28$ / h

    • Diagnostic Imaging Technologist

      Diagnostic Imaging Technologist

      Interpreting images. Diagnostic imaging technologists perform diagnostic radiography and special examinations.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 22,05$ / h
      Max. 32,28$ / h

    • Dietitian

      Dietitian

      Placing health on the menu. Dietitians have ample work opportunities. Their work consists in improving food quality and people’s health.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 21,44$ / h
      Max. 29,32$ / h

    • Dietitian-nutritionist

      Dietitian-nutritionist

      The essentials of a healthy diet. Depending on the path they choose, dietitians/nutritionists can assess the nutritional status of people, develop educational programs and contribute to education.

      University

      $ Min. 22,74$ / h
      Max. 41,88$ / h

    • General Practitioner

      General Practitioner

      An eye on every aspect of the job. General practitioners diagnose and treat illnesses, physiological disorders and injuries. 

      University

      $ Min. 95,12$ / h
      Max. 95,12$ / h

    • Health and Social Services Assistant

      Health and Social Services Assistant

      Help at home. Health and social services assistants go to the homes of people experiencing a temporary or permanent loss of autonomy in order to give them a healthy helping hand. 

      Secondary

      $ Min. 19,52$ / h
      Max. 21,43$ / h

    • Kinesiologist

      Kinesiologist

      Physical activity specialists. Kinesiologists use movement for prevention, treatment and performance purposes.

      University

      $ Min. 22,38$ / h
      Max. 41,20$ / h

    • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

      Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

      Valuable and versatile. Not only are they the devoted associates of nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals, LPNs are also very close to patients.

      Secondary

      $ Min. 21,15$ / h
      Max. 27,78$ / h

    • Medical Electrophysiology Technician

      Medical Electrophysiology Technician

      Handle with care. Medical electrophysiology technicians perform medical examinations using precision electronic devices to measure and record heart and brain activity.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 22,49$ / h
      Max. 30,75$ / h

    • Medical Physicist

      Medical Physicist

      From theory to practice. Medical physicists apply physics to various healthcare specialties, including radiation oncology, diagnostic and intervention radiology, nuclear medicine and radiation protection. 

      University

      $ Min. 35,96$ / h
      Max. 49,80$ / h

    • Medical Records Technician

      Medical Records Technician

      The information keeper. Medical records technicians process health information and are responsible for everything related to the disclosure and protection of such information.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 20,66$ / h
      Max. 30,75$ / h

    • Medical Secretary

      Medical Secretary

      Efficiency personified. Client service and impeccable sense of organization are of the rigour when managing files and calls, transcribing mental reports and booking appointments.

      Secondary

      $ Min. 19,08$ / h
      Max. 22,96$ / h

    • Medical Specialist

      Medical Specialist

      Numerous specialties, a single objective. Depending on their specialization, medical specialists prevent and cure illnesses. They work in one of 54 specialties recognized in specialized medicine.

      University

      $ Min. 123,00$ / h
      Max. 123,00$ / h

    • Medical Technologist

      Medical Technologist

      Samples under the microscope. Medical technologists perform laboratory analysis of body fluids to help doctors diagnose diseases.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 22,05$ / h
      Max. 32,28$ / h

    • Midwife

      Midwife

      Support every step of the way. Focused on the needs of pregnant women, midwives provide complete care during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period.

      University

      $ Min. 29,71$ / h
      Max. 50,41$ / h

    • Nuclear Medicine Technologist

      Nuclear Medicine Technologist

      Seeing is knowledge. Nuclear medicine technologists perform radiology exams to analyze the functioning of organs and body systems.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 22,05$ / h
      Max. 32,28$ / h

    • Nurse

      Nurse

      A key position in the healthcare system. Essential and versatile professionals offering invaluable support, nurses play a key role with patients and other professionals in the healthcare system.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 23,85$ / h
      Max. 35,50$ / h

    • Nurse Clinician

      Nurse Clinician

      A global perspective of needs. Nurse clinicians are responsible for a range of nursing care services given according to the biopsychosocial needs of patients or groups of people entrusted to them.

      University

      $ Min. 24,27$ / h
      Max. 43,25$ / h

    • Occupational Therapist

      Occupational Therapist

      Encouraging autonomy. Occupational therapists help people with a physical, psychological or mental disability adapt to daily life and rediscover the path to autonomy.

      University

      $ Min. 25,50$ / h
      Max. 45,42$ / h

    • Orderly

      Orderly

      Ever attentive to every need. In addition to providing basic care, orderlies are a comforting presence and offer patients physical assistance.

      Secondary

      $ Min. 19,47$ / h
      Max. 21,37$ / h

    • Orthoptist

      Orthoptist

      Eye rehabilitation - Using special tests, orthoptists help diagnose vision disorders and apply non-surgical methods and treatment plans.

      University

      $ Min. 22,39$ / h
      Max. 36,07$ / h

    • Orthotic and Prosthetic Technician

      Orthotic and Prosthetic Technician

      A giant step for rehabilitation. Manufacture, adjust, repair and modify orthotics and prosthetics to help people better walk, move, hear and see.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 20,47$ / h
      Max. 28,02$ / h

    • Pharmacist

      Pharmacist

      A great deal of know-how. Essential partners for health professionals, pharmacists provide pharmaceutical care based on the needs of patients.

      University

      $ Min. 41,23$ / h
      Max. 52,07$ / h

    • Pharmacy Technical Assistant

      Pharmacy Technical Assistant

      Calculations and dispensing medication. Sterile injectable preparations, parenteral nutrition and antineoplastic agents: the preparation of medicines is no mystery to a pharmacy technical assistant. 

      Secondary

      $ Min. 18,77$ / h
      Max. 20,61$ / h

    • Physical Rehabilitation Therapist

      Physical Rehabilitation Therapist

      Supporting self-reliance. Physical rehabilitation therapists help with the functional rehabilitation of patients through various physiotherapy techniques. 

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 23,58$ / h
      Max. 32,28$ / h

    • Physiotherapist

      Physiotherapist

      Executing the game plan to get back on one’s feet. From assessing problems to planning rehabilitation and applying therapy, no physical incapacity is beyond the scope of a physiotherapist’s work. 

      University

      $ Min. 25,49$ / h
      Max. 45,42$ / h

    • Psychoeducator

      Psychoeducator

      A guide through turmoil. Psychoeducators empower people experiencing psychosocial adjustment difficulty in order to resolve conflicts and encourage their independence.

      University

      $ Min. 23,49$ / h
      Max. 43,25$ / h

    • Psychologist

      Psychologist

      Always ready to listen. With various techniques and intervention tools, psychologists help people solve personal problems and adapt to different changes.

      University

      $ Min. 25,14$ / h
      Max. 47,67$ / h

    • Radiation Oncology Technologist

      Radiation Oncology Technologist

      The radiation specialist. Working closely with radiation oncologists, radiation oncology technologists provide radiation treatment to cancer patients.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 22,05$ / h
      Max. 32,28$ / h

    • Recreation Technician

      Recreation Technician

      Setting the agenda. Creative individuals who bring people together, recreation technicians organize and promote social, cultural and sports activities. 

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 20,76$ / h
      Max. 29,05$ / h

    • Respiratory Therapist

      Respiratory Therapist

      Breathing new life into people. Respiratory therapists are responsible for cardiorespiratory care and work in emergency situations and in the treatment of respiratory diseases.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 23,13$ / h
      Max. 33,82$ / h

    • Sex Therapist

      Sex Therapist

      Identify, understand and interpret. Sexologists are trained in all areas of sexuality, eroticism, love and relationships. 

      University

      $ Min. 22,82$ / h
      Max. 43,25$ / h

    • Social Service Worker

      Social Service Worker

      Adapting oneself to be of greater assistance. Through their reassuring presence and targeted activities, social service workers help the vulnerable or those struggling with various social problems.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 23,04$ / h
      Max. 32,28$ / h

    • Social Worker

      Social Worker

      Finding solutions. Social workers help people resolve or prevent personal, family and social problems such as violence, suicide and delinquency.

      University

      $ Min. 23,49$ / h
      Max. 43,25$ / h

    • Special Education Instructor

      Special Education Instructor

      Foster confidence. Special education instructors work with people experiencing adjustment difficulties to enable their social integration or facilitate their rehabilitation.

      CEGEP

      $ Min. 23,04$ / h
      Max. 32,28$ / h

    • Specialized Nurse Practitioner

      Specialized Nurse Practitioner

      A complex-case specialist. Specialized nurse practitioners work with doctors to discover complex health problems and establish care and treatment priorities.

      University

      $ Min. 29,41$ / h
      Max. 52,44$ / h

    • Speech Therapist

      Speech Therapist

      From words to action. Speech therapists assess, diagnose, treat, and help to prevent speech, voice, language and communication disorders.

      University

      $ Min. 23,43$ / h
      Max. 43,25$ / h

    • Spiritual Care Provider

      Spiritual Care Provider

      Taking care of the soul. Spiritual care providers offer patients, their family and loved ones spiritual and religious guidance and support.

      University

      $ Min. 22,38$ / h
      Max. 41,20$ / h

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