Careers | Hastings Prince Edward Public Health


Do you want to feel like you truly make a difference in the lives of others?

Are you passionate about giving children, teens, and adults the help and information they need to have a long and healthy life?

Do you want to use your health sciences degree to help more than 160,000 people?

If you answered “yes” to these questions, then you should consider a career with Hastings Prince Edward Public Health.

Current Opportunities

Accounting Assistant - Full Time Permanent - Closes January 10, 2018 at 4:30pm Competition # 17.21

To ensure your application receives timely consideration we request applicants follow the instructions in our Resume Submission Guide 

As other external opportunities become available they are always posted  on our website and may be advertised in various local or professional media.

Hastings Prince Edward Public Health employs more than 130 staff providing a range of health services through more than twenty different programs. All of our programs use a multidisciplinary team approach. We integrate the unique talents of the different professions into dynamic, flexible teams.  We employ:

  • Public Health Nurses and Registered Practical Nurses
  • Public Health Inspectors
  • Certified Dental Assistants and Registered Dental Hygienists
  • Dietitians
  • Health Promoters
  • Home Visitors

... all backed by a dedicated group of administrative and support staff.

We have dozens of student placements year-round and take on several summer and fall practicums each year. First-, second-, and third-year students can also gain experience as one of our summer students.

Our main office is located in a brand new building in Belleville, Ontario. Belleville is situated along the 401 corridor midway between Toronto and Ottawa. We also operate three branch offices to serve the communities of Bancroft, Picton, and Trenton.

Our service area stretches from the shores of the peaceful Bay of Quinte on Lake Ontario north to the rugged beauty of Algonquin Park.  The area has the convenience of two large urban centres with cottage country less than a half hour away. We combine Ontario’s best outdoor recreation with city conveniences and a low cost of living.

Our wages are competitive and we have a full benefits package of medical, dental, and disability coverage for permanent staff.  We provide for flexible working hours centred on a 35-hour work week.

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We welcome those with disabilities; to make arrangements for accommodation in the recruitment process, please indicate this in your submission.