Salary Range: $34.977 - $37.142
Location: City of Sault Ste. Marie, ON Organization: Sault Ste Marie EMS Operations
Job Type: Part-time
Expiration Date: April 01, 2019
We are currently seeking highly talented individuals who have an interest in serving the public to become part of our Primary Care Paramedics. In addition to successfully filling current part time positions, we anticipate generating a Reserve List for potential future opportunities. Primary Duties and Accountabilities include but are not limited to: • Respond to all calls to perform patient care functions as a Primary Care Paramedic • Interact with other employees; members of the health care team, allied emergency care providers, the public and patients in a professional and supportive manner • Inspect vehicles, complete required documentation and all applicable reports as required • Attend mandatory training programs, C.M.E. and divisional training programs as directed • Complete assigned cleaning duties of the stations • Ensure vehicles and equipment are maintained in accordance with provincial and local standards • Participate in training / preceptor PCP students • Perform all other duties as assigned
Qualifications: • EMCA / A-EMCA as per the Ambulance Act • Diploma from an approved College Paramedic program • Ability to obtain Base Hospital certification from HSNCPC • Current certification in C.P.R. level “HCP”, “BLS Provider” or equivalent (<1 year old) • Valid Class ‘F’ Ontario Driver’s License • Must meet all the requirements of the Ambulance Act and Regulations • Must meet the Ambulance Service Communicable Disease Standards: including Physician validation and documented proof of all required immunizations
To apply for this exciting opportunity, please provide a resume highlighting your qualifications to: Email email@example.com Subject line 026-028-2019 Primary Care Paramedic This position is covered by a collective agreement, Unifor Local 1359. The Corporation of the City of Sault Ste. Marie is an inclusive employer. Accommodation is available in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005.