New Job Superintendent - Whitehorse Operations In Yukon
|Superintendent - Whitehorse Operations|
Superintendent - Whitehorse Operations
Company : Jobssummary / Indeed
Salary : $73,295–$84,937 a year
Location : Yukon
This posting is for one full time and one part-time position
The Yukon's Emergency Medical Services (YEMS) team delivers a wide scope of pre-hospital care. We deliver medical interventions, treatments, and critical care in every corner of the Yukon.
Leadership, dedication, and partnership guides our work. We enact these qualities from the moment we receive a call to the time when we transfer a patient at a health care facility.
Working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment, the Superintendent Whitehorse Operations is responsible for providing leadership and supervision to operational staff to ensure effective and efficient shift to shift and day to day operations of Whitehorse EMS. This includes implementing procedures to enhance performance and to ensure that Whitehorse EMS meets established service goals and objectives. Yukon EMS constitutes Air and Land ambulance operations.
The ideal candidate will have strong strategic thinking skills, client service orientation and a flexible, proactive approach to working with staff, colleagues, and clients. They will resolve issues and problems using strong negotiation skills, as well as making decisions with integrity using balanced judgement.
For more information about this position, please contact: Peter Mostyn, A/Deputy Chief, Whitehorse Operations at [email protected]
For more information on the application process, please contact Desiree Martsinkiw, Human Resource Consultant at [email protected]
Please submit your resume clearly demonstrating how you meet each of the following essential qualifications. Note that selection for further consideration is based solely on the information you provide in your resume.
Include the month and year you started and ended a job when you list your work experience. This allows us to accurately calculate the length of time you were in the position. For more information on how to prepare and submit your resume visit this resource page on Yukon.ca.
- Current registration within Canada as a Paramedic. (PCP, ACP, CCP)
- Significant Experience providing pre hospital medical care as a Paramedic. (PCP,ACP,CCP)
- Recent experience in a supervisory/managerial role including direct leadership of teams in a healthcare setting.
- Experience developing policies, procedures, and protocols; and
- Experience liaising with agencies to provide pre hospital medical care.
Candidates who have education, training, and/or experience equivalent to the essential qualifications listed above may be equally considered.
Desired Knowledge, Skills and Suitability
This competition will specifically focus on, but not limit itself to, the following competencies:
Thinking Strategically: Takes a comprehensive, long-term view, critically assessing options and implications, while linking decisions to strategic goals.
Leading Change and Innovation: Leads the organization effectively through fast changing environments, and creates and implements a vision of an organization that is willing to take risks and test new approaches.
Promoting Common Values and Ethics: Promotes the establishment, development and application of positive organizational values, ethics and standards of conduct.
Influencing Others: Generates commitment while inspiring others. Builds coalitions internally and externally, to reach the organization’s goals by using a variety of methods and adapting influence approaches, and by effectively using knowledge of how the organization really works.
Developing People: Fosters the learning and development of others through supportive relationships. Transfers expertise and builds the long-term leadership capability of others by teaching, coaching and/or mentoring them.
Conditions of Employment:
Medical clearance, security clearance including vulnerable sector check, valid Yukon class 4 driver's licence, baseline hearing test, maintaining current CCP and or ACP certification.
Shift work, including weekends and standby, wearing a uniform and maintaining all conditions of employment.