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Job Descriptions

Location: Onalaska, WA

Department/Group: WA Transport

Supervisor: Michael Johnson

HR Contact: Shelby Vorwald

Position Type: Part time: 12-24 hour shifts available. Extra work available on our special events and training division’s

Starting Pay Rate: $20 per hour (EMT) $25 per hour (Paramedic)

Benefits:

  • Sick accrued
  • Uniform paid for
  • Continued Education
  • Modern Crew Quarters

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Be good to yourself and others
  • Administer care in accordance with Local Protocol and appropriate level of care.
  • Lift and move patients as required.
  • Communicate with receiving facility to provide critical information and ensure a safe transfer of patient care.
  • Assist with keeping station clean and organized.
  • Safely operate AdvMedics vehicles
  • Liaise with Hospital Staff in a courteous and professional manner.
  • Utilize medical equipment and procedures including defibrillator, EKG monitor, ventilator, Medication infusion pumps, oxygen and suction devices, intravenous fluids, CPR and other procedures and medications as required to provide advanced medical care.
  • Be competent in documentation that accurately reflects care provided and meets Company documentation standards.
  • Maintains clinical proficiency and competency per regulatory and accreditation compliance.
  • The responsibilities listed are a general overview of the position and additional duties may be assigned.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • 2 years in an emergency setting
  • Current EMT or Paramedic license in Washington State or ability to obtain upon hire
  • BLS
  • EVOC
  • Clean driving record
  • ACLS and PALS (Paramedic only)

Role and Responsibilities:

The following list contains the core roles and responsibilities for Event Staff positions

  • Setting up for events including but not limited to towing event trailers, onsite tent/clinic set up, patient pick-ups, vehicles, comms, equipment

  • Temperature screening (non-contact forehead thermometers)

  • Administer ALS or BLS (depending on level) emergency and clinical care

  • Keeping event trailers, vehicles, and bags stocked correctly

  • Operate of inreach, radio, Gaia, and other communication devices utilized for events

  • Assist with keeping station clean and organized

  • Safely operate AdvMedics vehicles, including but not limited to, SUV/Trucks, ATV, UTV

  • Complete event and patient paperwork accurately and efficiently (before, during and after event)

  • Liaise with event coordinators, volunteers, and local fire departments in a courteous and professional manner

  • Perform occasional maintenance on event equipment including bikes, tents, and rescue vehicles

  • Perform other work-related duties as directed by team lead/supervisor or as the situation requires

Additional Information:

We hire two classifications of employees for our event positions. Event Team staff and ECL (Event Call List) staff. Both are defined below

Event Team

  • Staff are required to commit to working every other weekend (with min 2 weeks notice)

  • Must attend mandatory (paid) monthly training

  • Can receive gym memberships, certification classes, discount codes (after probationary period)

ECL (Event Call List)

  • Do not need to commit to a shift weekend and will be called upon as necessary

  • Optional to attend monthly training

All staff:

  • Must attend orientation and pass skills + physical fitness test

  • Travel reimbursement ($15/hr.)

  • Shifts will be anywhere from 4 - 18hrs

  • Tentative start date in April 2020

  • Staff need current OR or WA state EMT or Paramedic license and BLS or ACLS certification

  • Uniform provided (Staff to provide own EMS boots)

Location: Headquarters in Bend, OR. Deployed to Western United States

Department/Group: Wildland Fire

Travel Required: Yes

HR Contact: Shelby Vorwald

Position Type: Seasonal

Starting Pay Rate: EMT: $450-550/day DOE. Paramedic:$600-700/ day DOE. Separate hourly training wage.

Supervisor: Matt Sabelman

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The following list contains the core roles and responsibilities for AdvMedics EMTFs and EMPFs

  • Provide ALS and/or BLS medical support on wildland fire incidents

  • Safely operate AdvMedics vehicles, including but not limited to, Trucks, ATV, UTV

  • Complete incident and patient paperwork accurately and efficiently (before, during, and after the incident)

  • Ability to navigate in the backcountry

  • Maintain and secure narcotics and narcotic paperwork

  • Liaise with incident command staff, other agency personnel, and local fire assets in a courteous and professional manner

  • Perform occasional maintenance on AdvMedics equipment including vehicles and line gear

  • Perform other work-related duties as directed by Wildland Coordinator and/or Fire Command Staff as the situation requires

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
All EMPF Candidates:

  • Must attend Wildland Weekend training, pass skills + physical fitness test (April or May 2022)

  • Need current OR or WA state Paramedic or EMT license

    OR

  • Another state Paramedic or EMT license AND NREMT certification

  • Recommended to have at least one REPLICA member state license

  • Current ACLS and/or BLS certification

  • Are recommended to have NREMT certification at their current level of practice

  • Have at least one-year verifiable working experience at their current level of practice

  • Previous wildland experience preferred

All EMTF and EMPF Hires:

  • Full daily rates paid from travel to/from a fire back to headquarters in Bend, OR

  • Shifts will be a minimum of 16 hours, deployments should be considered 21 days

  • Tentative start date is June 2022

  • Vehicle stipend and fuel reimbursement given if using POV

  • Uniform/PPE, line gear, medications, tool, and radios provided (Wildland Boots provided by EMPF)

Location: Headquarters in Bend, OR.

Department/Group: Training

HR Contact: Shelby Vorwald

Position Type: Part-time, Contract

Starting Pay Rate: $25-27.50 per hour

Supervisor: Lexi Hale

We are looking for people who are currently ASHI, American Heart Association BLS, ACLS or PALS Certified Instructors. Candidates that can become certified as both an AHA instructor and an ASHI CPR/AED/WFA instructor will also be considered. Candidates will teach CPR and healthcare provider classes for the general public at our local Bend station. Candidates will also be expected to travel to businesses to instruct onsite custom training or participate in custom campout style class events. There is opportunity to teach 3 times per week or more depending on your availability.

  • Current AHA BLS Instructor License
  • Current ASHI Instructor
  • Ability to teach in front of a group.
  • Friendly and outgoing attitude to maintain a fun feel in class.
  • Strong time management skills.
  • Ability to travel to businesses who require large onsite training (company vehicle may be available).
  • Must commit to a minimum of 4 classes per month unless otherwise stated by manager
  • Must hold an EMT license or higher (will consider other licenses and certificates, i.e. WFR, EMR, MA, RN, teaching experience.

Benefits:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Great work environment

Schedule:

  • Night/Day/Variable
  • Weekend availability

COVID-19 considerations:
We are doing a blended learning option for most classes to reduce face time in the class setting

Experience:

  • CPR INSTRUCTOR: 1 year (Preferred)

Language:

  • English (Preferred)
  • Bilingual English/Spanish (Encouraged to apply!)

License/Certification:

  • Professional Healthcare License: EMT, Paramedic, RN, EMR, WFR (Preferred)
  • AHA BLS CPR INSTRUCTOR CARD (Preferred)
  • ASHI WILDERNESS FIRST AID (Preferred)
  • ASHI INSTRUCTOR CARD (Preferred)

Work Location:

  • Multiple locations
  • Main Bend, OR Station

Rapid Extraction Module Support Team

Location: Headquarters in Bend, OR. Deployed to Western United States

Department/Group: Wildland Fire Technical Rescue

Travel Required: Yes

HR Contact: Shelby Vorwald

Position Type: Seasonal

Starting Pay Rate: $600 minimum per day ($700/day total with bonus) while on fire assignment. Separate hourly training wage

Supervisor: Matt Sabelman

Job Description

REM teams are highly specialized rescue teams of 4 team members that are assigned to Wildland fires throughout the fire season. Their mission is to support the Wildland firefighters should they need rescue or medical assistance. They do this using state of the art equipment including Holmatro extrication tools, lightweight rope rescue gear, and UTV/ATV for patient extrication and team mobility. The team lives in Bend, OR and trains 5 days a week while off assignment. When an assignment comes in, the team responds in less than 3 hours. Fire assignments can last anywhere from 5 days to 30 days depending on fire size. On occasion the team will move from one fire to another with only 1-2 days of R&R in between. Fire seasons are typically from June-September.

The following list contains the general core roles and responsibilities for REM Team member

  • Provide ALS and BLS medical support
  • Provide high and low angle rescue
  • Provide vehicle extrication
  • Extensive knowledge of radio systems, navigation, and wildland fire behavior
  • Safely operates vehicles, including but not limited to, Trucks, ATV, UTV
  • Complete incident, team, and patient paperwork accurately and efficiently
  • Keep in top physical condition with daily work out regiment
  • Train as a team 5 days a week while not on a fire assignment
  • Perform maintenance on REM equipment including vehicles, line gear, and rescue equipment
  • Perform other work-related duties as directed by team lead/supervisor

The following list contains the specific roles and responsibilities of a REM Team Lead

  • All duties described above for REM team members
  • Maintain and Develop a training regimen for team members including

High/Low Angle Rescue

Vehicle Extrication

Medical/Trauma scenarios

Physical Conditioning

Navigation and Communication

  • As needed check in’s with ADVmed management team on REM team progression
  • Liaise with incident command staff, agency personnel, and local fire assets in a courteous and professional manner
  • Effectively lead the team while on assignment to wildland fires
  • Maintain narcotic and medication logs

Necessary Qualifications

Current Oregon or Washington state Paramedic license

                  OR

out of state Paramedic license AND NREMT certification

                  AND

  • Current BLS and ACLS Certifications
  • Physically fit and capable of passing an arduous PT test
  • Experience managing a professional team
  • Minimum 3-year experience in their field
  • S-130, S-190, L-180
  • I-100, I-700

Preferred Qualifications

  • Rope Rescue Technician
  • Vehicle Extrication Technician
  • ATV/UTV Operator
  • Wildland FF1
  • IC5
  • Crew Boss

All REM Team Members:

  • Shifts will be a minimum of 16 hours while on assignment (REM is contracted to incidents as a 24-hour resource)
  • Tentative start date is May 15th 2022
  • All Active REM team members will live in Bend, OR throughout the season either at company provided housing (paid by company) or personal housing (not paid by company)
  • Uniform and equipment provided (Wildland Boots provided by Team Members)