A critical member of the Emergency Medical Team, the primary care paramedic (PCP) will ensure that injured workers are provided with immediate onsite medical care, and to advise and/or arrange timely transport to a medical facility as required.
The ideal candidate is a natural leader who is loyal, dedicated, detail-oriented with excellent communication skills, and a proven team player who recognizes the importance of continuous improvement. The PCP will manage and remain calm within an unpredictable fast (or slow) paced environment.
Category: Medical Services
Location: Syncrude Canada Ltd, Fort McMurray
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Ensure that injure workers are provided with immediate and professional on-site medical care, and to advise and/or arrange timely transport to a medical facility
- Always act in a manner that ensures the client’s dignity, safety, privacy and confidentiality
- Be familiar with work in accordance with health and safety legislation and company policies and procedures
- Take reasonable care to use safety and personal protective equipment as required by health and safety legislation and company policies and procedures
- Report to HHS supervision and management immediately after any incident or condition believed to be hazardous to worker’s health and safety
- Refuse work if danger is imminent or not controlled
- Read, understand and comply with HHS’s Medical Control Guidelines, Safety policies and Job Procedures, as well as applicable government laws and regulations
- Work within their applicable scope of practice determined by their licensing body and under the medical control of the HHS medical director, utilizing the HHS Medical Control Guidelines
- Completion of an accredited Primary Care Paramedic program
- Active registration with Alberta College of Paramedics as a Primary Care Paramedic
- Current Basic Cardiac Life Support
- Current International Trauma Life Support
- Valid unrestricted Class 4 Alberta Operator’s Licence, (please note a valid licence does not include a Learner’s Permit or Graduated Licence)
- Current and clean Driver’s Abstract
- Complete site-specific orientation as required
- Current Standard Field Level Tickets, H2S Alive, Standard First Aid, CSTS, Common Safety Orientation
- ATV/Snowmobile safety training and experience an asset
- Previous experience in Industrial or Oil & Gas sector as a medic is an asset
- Physically capable of working in adverse weather environment and conditions
- Willingness to work shift work, including nights
- Must pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol screen
Please note: Preference given to local candidates, schedule may vary potentially 14/7 or 14/14: Camp will be provided and flights from Edmonton or Calgary will be provided if no qualified local candidates.
This position is currently accepting applications. Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This posting closes March 13, 2020.
We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for the interviews will be contacted.