Job Listing Description

Emergency Response Technician I

Description:
Key Accountabilities
•             The applicant must possess any combination of training and experience that provide the applicant with the knowledge, skill, and ability to perform the essential job functions.
•             Perform tasks with minimal supervision and complete projects independently within established time frames

o             Provides field support of fire/medical response
o             Inspection of field emergency response equipment.
o             In addition, this position may also be a member of the Fire, Medical, Rescue, and Spill / Haz Mat Response teams.
o             Provides spill response and environmental management support to the assigned area.
o             Performs safety audits, identify and record hazard analyses of specific jobs.
o             Performs site inspections around the assigned work sites to ensure areas are free from all fire prevention, environmental and safety risks.

Minimum Qualifications
•             State of Alaska Certification as a Firefighter I
•             A current Alaska Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT) Certification.
•             A minimum of five (5) years’ experience in fire suppression/prevention, including at least three (3) years of increasingly responsible professional work experience related to fire department management and operations.
•             Possess  a valid Alaska driver’s license within thirty (30) days of employment and prior to operating a company vehicle.  Applicants will be required to submit a Division of Motor Vehicles record upon request.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
While performing the duties of this position, the employee is frequently required to exert physical effort including crouching, stooping, stretching, reaching or similar activities. The employee must use hands and fingers dexterously to operate Emergency Response Equipment, ability to sit for extended periods of time.  The employee must frequently exert lift up to 50 pounds withstand cold weather temp and is required to drive or walk on ice built temporary pads.  The employee must be able to hear and to talk and communicate verbally in-person as well as on a telephone and two-way radio and English.

Preferred Skills and Experience
• Provides technical and/or administrative support.
• Demonstrates the ability to learn terminology, applications and standard procedures for performing the job function.
• Performs routine, basic office/field tasks using established procedures.
CategoryNameRequiredImportanceLevelLast UsedExperience 
CertificationsAssociate Safety Professional (ASP) or equivalentNo5     
EducationHigh School Diploma/GEDYes5     
GeneralEmergency Response Coordination/TrainingYes5     
GeneralAbility to resolve issues and develop solutionsNo5     
GeneralCommunication SkillsNo5     
GeneralKnowledge of Oil Pollution Act RegulationsNo5     
GeneralOil and Gas IndustryNo5     
SoftwareMS OfficeYes5     
SoftwareIAP or equivalentNo5 

 
Job Number: 1910108686
Job Location: Anchorage, Ak
Duration: 4 months
Input Date: 11/07/2019
Last Updated: 12/06/2019
Firm Name: PDS TECHNICAL SERVICES
Attention: Luke Polansky
Address: PACIFIC OFFICE CENTER
310 K ST STE 200

City, State: ANCHORAGE, AK 99501
Phone: 907/562-1633
Fax Phone: 855/685-1397
Email: cecjanchorage@pdstech.com
Website: https://pdsjobs.force.com/candidates/job_detail?id=a1i1T000002fTLIQA2&URLSource=cjhunter

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