With 15,000 employees in 92 countries, decades of experience, and 2500 global experts in Medical, Fire, and Rescue, we aren’t just setting the bar, we ARE the bar. No one trains, prepares, leads, and innovates like International SOS, that’s why we are on more sites in Canada, and around the world, then any other competitor. If you want a career in Health and Emergency Services, and want to be part of the world’s clear leader, International SOS is for you.
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We are currently recruiting casual and permanent PCP/FFs for a variety of roles in Northern BC.
· Complete daily tasks and assignments under the direction of fire officers of the assigned fire and rescue team.
· Maintain a respectful work environment by demonstrating positive workplace behavior.
· Comply with company policies regarding code of conduct, uniform, dress, and appearance.
· Attend required meetings including daily start-of-shift meetings.
· Participate in fire and rescue training.
· Participate in continuing medical education provided by International SOS.
· Prepare and assist with medical training for the assigned fire and rescue team.
· Assist with the onboarding of new hires by acting as a mentor to those members as they work towards the completion of their induction package.
· Perform inspections and maintenance of fire, rescue, and EMS apparatus, equipment, and other client assets.
· Maintain the cleanliness of fire, rescue, and EMS apparatus, equipment and facilities.
· Keep up to date with site-specific fire and rescue guidelines and procedures, medical protocols, rescue plans, and pre-incident plans.
· HCP Level CPR with AED (current)
· PCP or EMT-A License (current registration through governing regulatory body)
· ITLS Advanced (current)
· Class 4 Driver’s License (minimum)
· NFPA 1001 Level 2
· NFPA 1072 or 472 Hazardous Materials Response - Operations Level (minimum)
· NFPA 1002 Driver Operator
· NFPA 1006 High Angle Rescue – Operations Level (minimum) or;
· NFPA 1006 Confined Space Rescue – Operations Level (minimum)
· ICS 100, 200
· H2S Awareness
· Fall Protection
• On-site Camp Living (accommodations & food provided); employees have their own room and bathroom
• Health and Dental Benefits are provided to full time staff on consistent rotations, following 3 months
• Uniforms/PPE provided
• Flights are covered or a travel allowance is provided
• Drug and Alcohol testing: *we set this up for you
• Shifts are 12 hours (must be available for all potential shifts, including nights)
• Site specific courses: *reimbursed by us, can be completed online and count toward ongoing credits to keep your license valid
• On-call and extended hours may be required after hours when operational and business requirements indicate