Talent Pool

A career in rural Alberta means working closely with interdisciplinary professionals, building a career that suits your lifestyle, and developing meaningful relationships with patients and the community. From mountain towns, to the agricultural hubs of the grasslands, you’ll find unique stories and a rich history in each of these villages, towns, and cities.

*Rural communities are generally considered to be over an hour drive away from Edmonton and Calgary.

Nursing and Health Care Aides​​​​​​​



The self-proclaimed dinosaur capital of the world is a uniquely beautiful town in the centre of Alberta’s badlands. Make a difference in this town of almost 8,000 at the Drumheller Health Centre.


Nurse Practitioners, RNs, LPNs

The Town of Westlock has a population of about 5,000 people and sits on the Great Plains about 91 kilometres north of Edmonton. Form strong working relationships with your patients as you support the community to your full scope of practice.

Red Deer

RNs, Nurse Practitioners

The friendly, multicultural city of Brooks is an active, engaged, and family-focused community in southern Alberta. Discover nearby natural attractions and numerous sports, arts, and social activities right in town.

Addictions and Mental Health

High Prairie

Mental Health Therapists (MHTs)

Work closely with patients as you address the unique mental health challenges in the community. Work to your full scope of practice and develop strong relationships with your patients in the quaint town of High Prairie.

High Level

Social Worker

Situated between the Peace and Hay Rivers, High Level is one of Alberta’s most northern towns. Find the opportunity to work on unique mental health challenges facing residents of the North Zone. Eligible for the Northern Allowance.


MHTs, Addictions Counsellors

Nestled in the coulees, Lethbridge is the largest city in southern Alberta. With one of the largest urban park systems in North America, Lethbridge is provides the perfect backdrop for finding balance as you live and work.

Allied Health


Occupational Therapists (OTs)

Two Hills is a small town of just under 1,500 people just north of Edmonton. This small urban hub connects a large agricultural community, and provides the opportunity for work and play in a unique rural backdrop.


Speech-Language Pathologists

Working as an SLP in Lac La Biche will give you the opportunity to make a significant impact on the community. With 150 beaches nearby, there are plenty of ways to enjoy a great work-life-balance here. 

Grande Prairie

OTs and Speech-Language Pathologists

Smoky Lake is dotted with architecture that reflects its rich Ukrainian heritage. Working with a diverse range of patient populations, you can find your fit assessing, treating, and improving lives.