Primary Care Paramedic

Valard invites interested members of the 24 participating communities on the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Project to apply for the following:

Valard’s Occupational Health and Safety divisions are seeking site medical professionals for the Wataynikaneyap transmission project. These positions will be based out of various locations along the project line.



  • Diploma in Primary Care Paramedicine.
  • Meet all requirements for employment under the Ambulance Act of Ontario.
  • Successful completion of A-EMCA.
  • Class F Driver’s License.
  • Criminal Record Check.
  • Certification in CPR, Standard First Aid and AED.
  • Defensive Driving.
  • ITLS and ACLS considered an asset but not required.
  • Additional training certification as Level 2 PCP also considered an asset but not required.


  • Provide professional and efficient medical coverage to several crews in a vast area.
  • Provide both emergency and non-emergent care for ill or injured persons by taking the lead at emergency sites with a focus on providing pre-hospital care.
  • Work within the scope as outlined by the Medical Oversight Physician and provide effective patient assessment and treatment.
  • Accurately complete all required safety inspections and documentation daily.
  • High level of communication and human relations skills to readily develop rapport with members of the public, including the patient, coworkers, and/or witnesses, who may be distressed, to gather information needed to assess the situation; to provide a detailed patient report to medical staff; and to participate as an effective team member.
  • Ability to work under stressful situations, assess the needs of the patient, and exercise sound judgment in an emergency environment.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality and comply with Ministry of Health Basic Life Support Patient Care Standards.
  • Participate in continuing education initiatives.
  • Transportation will be provided from your home community to the camp accommodations and then at the end of your shift transportation will be provided back to your community by Valard.
  • Accommodations will be provided by Valard.
  • Familiarity with community, members and/or territory is an asset.

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