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Primary Care Paramedic (PCP)

Full time @Superior Fire Control Ltd. in Medical Division
  • Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, T8X 0H3 View on Map
  • Post Date : February 18, 2022
  • Salary: Negotiable
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  • Valid Driver's License Yes
  • Travel Required Yes
  • Location of Work Field
  • Oilfield Tickets CSO/H2S Alive
  • Fire Certifications Not Required
  • Medical Certifications ACP Registered PCP (Primary Care Paramedic)
  • Salary Negotiable
  • Experience Less than 1 Year
  • Fit Test Required Not Required
  • Confined Space Not Required
  • First Aid Standard /w CPR
  • Gas Detection Not Required

Job Description

SUPERIOR FIRE CONTROL LTD. is currently hiring the following position for immediate work in Grande Prairie, Southern Alberta, and British Columbia areas:

  • ACP registered PCP (Primary Care Paramedic)

Superior Fire Control Ltd. is a Grande Prairie-owned and operated company, offering excellent wages and consistent, local to Grande Prairie, work year-round.

Perks of the Job:

  • Health and Dental Benefits – after 30 WORKING days
  • ACP Membership dues paid – after 30 WORKING days
  • Accommodations Provided
  • 12-hour day rate
  • Paid Overtime
  • Paid Travel
  • In Field Training

Qualifications:

  • Registered & in good standing with Alberta College of Paramedics
  • Class 5 driver’s license with clean driver’s abstract
  • Current CPR certification – Level C / HCP
  • Current H2S Alive Certificate
  • Valid Energy Safety Canada CSO Certificate
  • Previous oilfield experience is an asset

Responsibilities:

  • Arrive fit for duty and comply with all of SFC’s current policies and procedures
  • Conduct Pre-Job/Post Job Inspections on MTC’s and maintain all SFC equipment as outlined by SFC
  • Operate SFC vehicles in a safe and courteous manner while traveling to and from locations
  • Demonstrate a high level of professionalism while in the field and working with SFC clients & fellow field staff
  • Complete and submit daily paperwork, such as service invoices, emergency response plans, etc., in a clear and accurate manner
  • Keep in constant communication with our dispatch team to notify them of any changes or updates to current jobs or locations
  • Conduct daily safety meetings and on-site orientations and keep an accurate headcount while on location
  • Maintain and keep a clean and organized MTC while working in the field
  • Work within your designated scope of practice, as per current provincial protocols while providing medical care

If you are a team player, and ready for steady work in a positive and friendly environment, we would like to hear from you. Please apply online on the career portal or e-mail your resume, current driver abstract, and tickets to jobs@superiorfirecontrol.com

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

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