NORKA Announces Employment Opportunities for Nurses in Canada

NORKA Announces Employment Opportunities for Nurses in Canada

Nurses from Kerala now have the opportunity to apply for NORKA Roots Recruitment in Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. Interviews are scheduled to take place from October 2nd to 14th, 2023, in Kochi. This opportunity is open to Registered Nurses with a Nursing Graduation degree and a minimum of 2 years of work experience. It is essential that candidates have graduated after 2015 and have a minimum of 2 years of full-time work experience (75 hours biweekly).

To secure a nursing job in Canada, candidates must either be registered with the National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS) or pass the NCLEX exam. Those who attend the interview and meet these qualifications must obtain this certification within the specified timeframe. Special consideration will be given to candidates who already possess these qualifications at the time of the interview. Additionally, candidates are required to have an IELTS General Score of 5 or a CELPIP General Score of 5.

Interested applicants should prepare their CV following the format provided on NORKA's website ( include two professional references (current or previous), a BSc Nursing Certificate, Nursing Registration Certificate, Academic Transcript, Passport, Motivation Letter, and a Legalized Copy of a reference from a previous employer. These documents should be uploaded through the link provided on the NORKA ROOTS website.

Candidates are responsible for covering the costs associated with obtaining the necessary licenses to work as a registered nurse in Canada. However, this amount will be refunded through a relocation package once the candidate starts the job. For further information, the NORKA GLOBAL CONTACT CENTER can be reached 24 hours a day through the toll-free number 18004253939 from India and +91 8802012345 from overseas (missed call facility). Additional information can be found on the  and

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