- The ODA’s Remote Areas Program delivers care in about 30 communities spread throughout northwestern Ontario.
- The dentists and dental assistants that participate in the program are on the front lines of improving access to care by servicing communities with an unfortunately high rate of oral disease.
- We’re looking for dentists, registered dental hygienists and certified dental assistants.
Enhancing Access to Care for Indigenous People
ODA’s Remote Areas Program (RAP) delivers care to about 30 communities spread throughout northwestern Ontario, from the Kenora area all the way up to the Hudson Bay coast. It’s a landmass equal to the size of France.
The oral health needs of Indigenous people are costly. The program provides an opportunity to help improve their oral health status.
RAP pays a competitive per diem and covers travel, accommodation costs, and more. This is a rewarding program that you don’t want to miss out on. It’s a great opportunity to travel and get paid for contributing to a good cause.
Looking for a rewarding experience?
We are looking for dental professionals. If you would like to apply for the program, please review the requirements and complete an application form for each of the following positions.
Applicants will be screened by the ODA, and background checked by Public Works & Government Services Canada (security clearance required). Note that there is no guarantee of program placement based solely on the completion of an application form.