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Job Descriptions

  • Event Staff
  • Wildland Fire 
  • Rapid Extraction Module
  • Interfacility Transport (WA)

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)

2021 Compensation: $450/day EMTs and $600/day Paramedics

  • We provide all PPE & line gear (except boots)

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The following list contains the core roles and responsibilities for AdvMedics EMTF's and EMPF’s

  • 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)

  • Maintain and secure narcotics and narcotic paperwork (Paramedics only)

  • 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 (March 2021)

  • Need current OR or WA state EMT or Paramedic license

    OR

  • Another state EMT or Paramedic license AND NREMT certification

  • Recommended to have at least one REPLICA member state license

  • Current BLS and/or ACLS 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 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 2021

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

2021 Compensation:

  • $600/day while on fire assignment and travel days

  • End of Season Bonus equal to $100 per day on fire assignment and travel

  • Hourly training wage while training in Bend, OR

Role and Responsibilities:

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

  • Provide ALS and BLS medical support

  • Provide high and low angle rescue capabilities

  • Provide vehicle extrication and rescue capabilities

  • Extensive knowledge of radio systems, navigation, and wildland fire behavior

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

  • Complete incident, team, and patient paperwork accurately and efficiently

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

  • 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

Additional Information:

All REM Team Candidates:

  • Must attend REM Q-course, pass skills + physical fitness test and the Wildland Weekend training (March 2021)

  • Need current OR or WA state EMT or Paramedic license OR another state EMT or Paramedic license AND NREMT certification in addition to BLS (all) and ACLS (ALS) 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

  • Are preferred to have previous wildland and/or ropes experience

All REM Team Members:

  • Shifts will be a minimum of 16 hours (REM is contracted to incidents as a 24-hour resource)

  • Tentative start date is June 2021

  • All Active REM team members will live in Bend, OR throughout the season either at company provided housing (paid by the company) or personal housing (not paid by the company)

  • Uniform and equipment provided (Wildland Boots provided by Team Members)

Job Title:
Paramedic or Critical Care Paramedic

Compensation:
$18 - $22/hr Paramedic
$25/hr Critical Care Paramedic

Role and Responsibilities:

The following list contains the core roles and responsibilities for Interfacility positions.

  • 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.

Additional Information:

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma/GED

  • 3 years in an emergency setting

  • EMT-P in Washington State or ability to obtain upon hire

  • BLS

  • ACLS

  • PALS

Preferred:

  • FP-C

  • CCP-C

  • NRP

  • PHTLS/ITLS

  • EVOC

All staff:

  • Must pass Company physical fitness test and Drug Screen

  • Must have a clean driving record

  • Shifts will be 3 days on 4 days off 4 days on 3 days off

  • 12 hour on shift – 12 hour on call

  • For on-call portion of shift employee must be within 15 minutes of station or stay at station for duration.

  • Uniform provided (Staff to provide own EMS boots)

Benefits:

  • Medical/dental insurance offered to full time staff

  • Vacation time offered and varied with years of employment

  • Sick time offered for full and part-time staff