Northeastern British Columbia
Job Order #
January 25, 2017
Dawson Creek area
Emergency Medical Responders (EMR)
Scott Safety Supply Services
Inc. is currently accepting applications for a licensed BC
PCPs and EMRs for work in the Dawson Creek area. Ideal candidates will have
previous relevant experience with providing emergency
- Valid medical
- Previous experience is preferred; experience in industrial or remote
setting considered advantageous.
- Knowledge of federal
and provincial regulations regarding health services.
- Ability to establish
priorities, work independently and proceed with
objectives with minimal supervision.
- Ability to demonstrate
clear judgment in fast pace and high stress environment.
- Valid Class 5 Drivers
License; a recent drivers abstract is required.
- Valid H2S Alive
- Valid First Aid Ticket
Level C / HCP.
- Valid Petroleum Safety
- Pre-employment Drug
Screening is Mandatory.
- Support a healthy and
safe work environment.
- Provide advance first
aid/ medical aid in line with Federal and provincial
- Responsible for the set
up of the medical treatment center (MTC) unit/first aid station
in order to optimize response time.
- Must account for the
individuals on site locations.
- Manage sensitive,
confidential information while displaying sound and
- Maintain accurate and
confidential medical records in accordance with
established medical record protocol.
- Ensure all required
safety paperwork is complete, organized and submitted.
- Maintain equipment
and ensure supplies are current and in working
- Ensure MTC is in
excellent functioning conditions by completing
pre-trips, and inventory checks.
This is an exceptional
career opportunities for an individual who has initiative
and drive to be part of a growing and thriving team. Scott
Safety has excellent leadership and mentorship available.
How to Apply:
candidates are encouraged to send your resume to
Date: Until Filled
We thank you in advance for
your interest. After reviewing applications, only those
selected for an interview will be contacted.