What We Do
We deliver essential health and safety services to a wide range of companies and help to protect and support workers in remote oil field, pipeline, and industrial settings.
About the Role
A day in the life of an Air Technician requires courage and compassion; facing diverse and interesting situations where you directly affect people?s lives by your actions.
Consistent work on a rotational schedule
Flexible scheduling available if applicant is working elsewhere
Paid per hour in accordance with normal daily/weekly overtime legislation; we do not use Oilwell Servicing exemptions to average overtime
All other employee pay components are in accordance with provincial employment standards
Opportunity to enroll in group benefit plan
Company pays for annual medical registration renewal
Ongoing investment in training and development
Communicate with client representative on dayto-day operations
Provide safety support to client representative including any reasonable request outside normal duties
Maintain vehicles, shacks, and work areas in a clean, tidy, and professional condition
Provide complete and accurate handover information to relieving Air Technician
Maintain a mature and professional relationship with all personnel in the work area including coworkers, supervisors, and mangers
Assist managers in providing training to less experiences coworkers
Ensure training competency goals are met as laid out in "Training and Competencies"
Participate and cooperate with HSE Integrated management in the development, implementation and continuous improvement of all policies, procedures, and programs
Ensure that all pertinent paperwork is completed accurately, neatly and in a timely manner.
Understand the functions and maintenance of the equipment
Report and communicate regularly to Central Dispatch on the following critical changes necessary that may directly affect dispatch
Maintain a daily journal of all activities directly related to the job
Maintain a light duty driver's log
Report all deficiencies to senior staff and/or direct supervisor
Experience working on an industrial job site
Non GDL Class 5 (or equivalent) driver?s License; Class 4 if working in BC for forestry work
Common Safety Orientation (CSO)
Standard First Aid
CSTS - Considered an Asset
Confined Space Entry
Highly skilled and well known for bringing order to chaos; especially when patients are scared, in pain or shock from an injury.
Caring yet take control type of personality. The ability to take a calm and logical approach to emergency situations.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal)
Functional knowledge of computer operations, including Excel, Word, and Outlook
Effectively organize and prioritize situations and activities ranging from urgent patient care issues to routine office and clinic duties
Reliable, dependable, and capable of working in a fast-paced team environment
Able to travel via motor vehicle and air transport
Working at heights or climbing ladders
Working in small or confined spaces
Lifting up to 50lbs
Working in adverse weather environments (heat / cold) and conditions (rain /wind)
Potential shift lengths 10 ? 12 hours, should be available to work longer if client requirements demand longer shifts or schedule changes
Employee must ensure that they are staying hydrated, alert and are always fit for duty
Physical demands of the role include lifting up to 50 kilos.
Driver?s abstract required showing 4 or less infractions in the last three (3) years
Candidates must successfully complete a pre-employment drug and alcohol test
We welcome all qualified candidates to apply, the diversity of our workforce reflects the communities we serve.