The GHHN is proud to provide exciting and rewarding career opportunities. As positions become available, links will be listed below to apply for current full time, part time, volunteer and student opportunities.  

Important information for applicants

Please note we accept applications for posted job vacancies via email, as per individual listing. 

All job vacancies with the GHHN are posted here and close on the job posting’s specified date and time. We do not accept any late applications.

We thank all those who apply for their interest though we will only contact candidates selected for an interview after the position closes.

The GHHN is committed to diversity and inclusivity in our employment practices. We promote the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity with persons with disabilities by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations, including alternative formats, are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process. For more information or to request an accommodation please contact us at 

Please contact us at if you have any issues or questions while applying for a position.

GHHN Careers

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Hamilton Urban Core Community Health Centre- Multiple OPEN postings

Hamilton Urban Core Community Health Centre (HUCCHC) is a thriving inner city health centre and a leader in the provision of high-quality primary health services and health promotion programs. Our comprehensive health services are delivered through a dynamic team of multidisciplinary, inter-professional health providers. As an inner-city health centre our client populations include individuals and families with chronic and complex health and social conditions, many of which are living in poverty.

Currently Hamilton Urban Core has multiple open postings, to view visit:

Smithville Family Health Team, Executive Director Position

The Smithville Family Health Team is a dynamic and high performing Family Health Team located in rural Niagara.  Our team is comprised of eight physicians, seven allied health practitioners (nurse practitioners, mental health workers, dietician, nurse educators), nurses, receptionists, medical and allied health learners, and support staff, all under one roof.  Our goal is to provide excellent team-based primary care to improve the health, well-being, and quality of life of our patients and local community.  We are committed to creating a work environment that is sustainable and satisfying for all members of our team.

As the Executive Director, you will be responsible for leading, guiding, and supporting this mission.  The Family Health Team (allied health practitioners and supports) and Smithville Medical Associates (physician group and supports) are legally distinct organizations, but function as a unified team.  You will report to the Board of Governors of the Family Health Team, as well as to Smithville Medical Associates.

You will bring your proven leadership skills, along with financial and risk management expertise, to guide the ongoing evolution and strategic direction of the team.  Your superior communication and collaboration skills will help build strong connections with key external partners and stakeholders as well as support and inspire the staff team.

Your major responsibilities will include:

  • Act as a resource to the Board of Governors and Smithville Medical Associates including compliance with relevant legislation and regulations, risk management, and policy development
  • Financial management including budgets, reporting, and oversight of all financial matters
  • Human resources including hiring, firing, onboarding, organizing and developing staff teams
  • Operational oversight to ensure optimal day-to-day functioning of the team and premises
  • Lead and develop an organization that can best support the health, well-being, and quality of life of our patients and local community

What you can expect from us:

  • A caring and supportive work environment that is a joy to be a part of
  • A collaborative and inclusive team that wants everyone to succeed
  • Mentorship and professional development that allow you to grow as a leader
  • A competitive compensation package with starting salary $102 200 – $107 200, HOOPP pension plan and comprehensive benefits

What we need from you:

  • Minimum of five years of experience in health care management, or commensurate related education and experience (required)
  • Risk and financial management expertise (required)
  • Master’s Degree in Health Administration or related discipline (asset)
  • Experience leading an interdisciplinary team in a primary health care setting (asset)

Please submit a resume and cover letter to  Starting March 4, 2024.

We are committed to creating an inclusive workplace and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, or age.

Hamilton Health Sciences

Hamilton Health Sciences invites you to join our team at McMaster Children’s Hospital!

As a full-service children’s care provider, our hospital takes a whole-child approach to specialized treatment and service delivery. Our team provides expert care to help young people flourish.

McMaster Children’s Hospital is home to the fastest-growing kids-only emergency department in Ontario, one of Canada’s most advanced neonatal intensive care units, and a range of programs and clinics with unique expertise in a number of areas including children’s cancer, digestive diseases, and mental health. As one of the country’s largest pediatric academic tertiary care teaching hospitals we offer countless opportunities; take the next step in your career.

We’re currently hiring a variety of roles in nursing and allied health. If you’re ready to join a leading team of innovators and provide critical care for some of the most complex and highly acute pediatric cases, please visit our Careers page.

Haldimand War Memorial Hospital

Haldimand War Memorial Hospital (HWMH) is located in beautiful Dunnville, Ontario. We are a 39 bed hospital serving acute care and complex care patients. Our emergency department has approximately 25,000 visits per year and we provide many other services including a pain clinic, cataract surgery, general surgery and we offer the only CT scanning and Bone Density services in Haldimand County. As an organization that integrates well with its partners, we are the heart of our thriving community.

To learn more about current opportunities please visit our careers page:


Edgewater Gardens

Edgewater Gardens is located in beautiful Dunnville, Ontario. We offer 64 long-term care beds with a plan to expand and offer an additional 64 beds to our community by 2026. Edgewater Gardens is adjacent to Haldimand War Memorial Hospital.

To learn more about current opportunities please visit our careers page:

Volunteer Opportunities


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GHHN Board Member

The Greater Hamilton Health Network (GHHN) is recruiting a new Board Member!  

The Greater Hamilton Health Network (GHHN) is one of the largest Ontario Health Teams across the province and is generally regarded as a leader in this new approach to transforming health and human care. As a not-for-profit organization with some 65 organizations, we work in partnership with patients, families, care partners, primary care, local organizations, and the community in a way that is deliberately equitable, culturally safe and patient centred. The GHHN serves three distinct geographical regions: the City of Hamilton, Haldimand County, and the Niagara North-West area.  We are excited about GHHN’s prospects as we embark on local health and human care redesign.

We are seeking to recruit 1 new community member who has a passion for building an integrated and equitable health system. This position is for an initial three-year term. The GHHN Board is committed to including voices from a range of diverse backgrounds, lived experiences and perspectives.  Applicants will be system thinkers who care about holistic health and reflect the diversity of our community. This volunteer commitment includes attendance at Board and Committee meetings, equity training and Board development activities.

Should this describe you, please send your resume by December 15, 2023 to:  

Please feel free to direct any questions you might have to:

The GHHN is committed to equity and diversity. People from equity seeking groups are encouraged to apply and self-identify in their resume. If you need accommodation in any part of the application process, please email