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JUNE 21, 2022

Temporary Full-Time Position (June 2022 to approximately September 2022)
This is a non-union job posting open to all interested applicants. The hours of work include all shifts and
weekends, and being on-call as required on a rotational basis acting as duty officer.
Reporting to the Interim Manager of Emergency Medical Services, the incumbent will work as a member of the
management team. This role will provide leadership, direction, and expertise to the EMS Department and all
program activities.
Responsibilities will include and are not limited to: when appropriate as a First Responder, EMS Duty Officer
role, EMS Designated Officer function regarding communicable disease including infection prevention and
control, Quality Assurance (maintaining data collection, evaluating, monitoring, planning and recommending
alternative processes for operations, reviewing patient care documentation); Training and Education (assisting
in delivery of mandatory EMS training, and acting as a resource for internal and external groups and agencies
such as the Ministry of Health or Regional Base Hospital); Management Duties (assuming Incident Command as
required, ensuring compliance to collective agreements, monitoring budgets and expenditures, scheduling,
maintenance, and participating in performance reviews); and Community Engagement (participating in EMS
Community Paramedicine Program, public relations programs with the public, government agencies,
community partners and outside agencies, and participating in community disaster planning).
Basic Requirements:
• A current certificate as an Advanced Emergency Medical Care Assistant;
• Requirements and qualifications as prescribed in the Ontario Ambulance Act;
• Valid Class F driver’s license;
• Training and experience in a unionized environment preferred;
• Proficiency with personal computers, familiarity with word processing programs and associated
• Familiar with all applicable legislation and regulations, including but not limited to the Ambulance Act
and OHS Act;
• Experience in training and instructing adults;
• Knowledge of Emergency Response Procedures;
• Skill in writing concise, logical, grammatically correct correspondence and reports;
• Excellent oral communication skills including the ability to speak using appropriate vocabulary and
grammar, the ability to discuss a variety of job-related topics, and the ability to speak and interact with
persons of diverse backgrounds;
• Skill in supervising staff including the ability to delegate responsibilities, organize objectives, and
evaluate subordinates’ effectiveness with safety as a priority for employees, patients, and clients;
• Demonstrated experience in critical decision making;
• Leadership style that facilitates and promotes team work;
• Ability to work in a manner that exemplifies the core values of the West Parry Sound Health Centre:
Compassion, Accountability, Rights and Responsibilities, Excellence, and Safety.
Please submit a resume with covering letter by July 5, 2022 quoting NU 2022-261 to:
West Parry Sound Health Centre
Human Resources Department
6 Albert St., Parry Sound, ON, P2A 3A4
Fax: (705) 773-4036
West Parry Sound Health Centre is committed to providing accommodations throughout the recruitment and selection process to applicants with
disabilities to ensure equal participation. If selected to participate in the recruitment and selection process, please inform Human Resources of the nature
of any accommodation(s) that you may require in respect of any materials or processes.
We thank all applicants who apply, but advise only those to be interviewed will be contacted.
Personal information submitted will be used for the purposes of this competition only. Please be advised the WPSHC property is smoke-free.

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