Emergency Medical Responder
Industrial Paramedic Services is looking to hire medical standby's to work in a wide range of companies and help to protect and support workers in remote oil field, pipeline and industrial settings.
About the Role
A day in the life of an Emergency Medical Responder requires courage and compassion; facing diverse and interesting situations where you directly affect people’s lives by your actions.
The locations are in northwestern Alberta. There are 7-9 different locations spread out between Rocky Mountain House and Spirit River.The medic will stay on location 24 hours a day for the duration of the 14 day hitch. They are expected to be available for the 12 hour dayshift and they will be on call for medical emergencies during the night shift. Any call outs after hours would be paid at overtime.
- Consistent work on a rotational schedule
- Flexible scheduling available if applicant is working elsewhere
- Paid per hour in accordance with normal daily/weekly overtime legislation; we do not use Oilwell Servicing exemptions to average overtime
- All other employee pay components are in accordance with provincial employment standards
- Opportunity to enroll in group benefit plan
- Company pays for annual medical registration renewal
- Ongoing investment in training and development
- Provide a quick response to medical emergencies in an industrial setting
- Assess and attend to patient’s injuries; determine a course of treatment
- Provide first-aid or support to injured workers
- Effectively communicate status and next steps of the injured worker to emergency services
- Clean and decontaminate vehicles (mobile treatment center) and/or clinic area and maintain areas in a state of operational/medical readiness
- Ensure all reporting and communication requirements are adhered to regarding incidents, injuries, and treatment
- Maintain confidential patient medical documentation and reports as per governing body requirements
- Highly skilled and well known for bringing order to chaos; especially when patients are scared, in pain or shock from an injury.
- Caring yet take control type of personality. The ability to take a calm and logical approach to emergency situations.
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
- Functional knowledge of computer operations, including Excel, Word, and Outlook
- Effectively organize and prioritize situations and activities ranging from urgent patient care issues to routine office and clinic duties
- Reliable, dependable, and capable of working in a fast-paced team environment
- Able to travel via motor vehicle and air transport