Columbia Icefield Safety Coordinator (Summer 2023)

Banff Jasper Collection by Pursuit
Jasper, AB
$20.50 an hour - Full-time, Fixed term contract, Seasonal
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$20.50 an hour
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Fixed term contract
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Full Job Description
The wage for this position is $20.50/hour.
What will be your daily pursuit?:
Working in coordination with other departments and outside agencies to ensure safety of guests, staff, and visitors within Pursuit’s Columbia Icefield operations.
What perks can you expect?:
$15 per day housing and meals (based on double occupancy)
$500 referral bonus for each peer referred.
An end of season performance bonus of up to $1.00 for every regular hour worked once you complete your contract
Work in a dynamic, culturally diverse team from around the globe
Work experience in an iconic, unforgettable, and inspiring location
Free access to Pursuit attractions for staff and family, send a friend at half the price!
Discounted hotel stays under Pursuit’s lodging offerings, and discounted food & beverage and retail experiences
The chance to work in an inclusive culture and make life-long friends
Access to subsidized mental health and wellness resources
Opportunities for career growth or future work at other Pursuit locations
What will you do in this job?:
Act as the designated responder on site to any and all emergencies
Conducting regular patrols of property and conducting safety/fire inspections, ensuring follow up as required
Conduct investigations regarding thefts, disturbances, and complete daily reports for management
Participate in fire training sessions as a member of the first response team, and liaise with local emergency services as required
As an active participant in the workplace health and safety committee, you will work to follow up on identified items and drive safety throughout the operations
Provide first aid assistance to staff and guests that are injured at or near our operations as well as oversee the first aid program/equipment at the facilities
Act as the prime investigator/report writer for guest and staff injuries and undertake any necessary follow up
What skills and experience do you need for this job?:
Possess valid advanced First Aid/CPR training
Previous experience as a medic, first responder or Paramedic an asset
Demonstrate previous security / site safety experience or training, with previous fire training, OH&S experience or training
Calm under pressure, and demonstrate assertiveness, honesty, and the ability to effectively communicate with all levels of staff, management, and guests
This position reports to the Operations Manager, with dotted line responsibilities to the company Health and Safety Manager
Requires the ability to complete reports that will meet the expectations of the Worker’s Compensation Board as well as our insurance providers
Training and guidance will be provided on internal reporting systems, but familiarity with computer systems and strong language skills will be needed
What will your work environment be like?:
Typically, 5 days on/2 days off
6 days on/1 day off during Peak Periods
No specific days off, can rotate over the weeks and depending on business level
Long Weekends may incur schedule changes
Expect 30 – 50+ hours per week depending on business levels

This fun, summer job runs starts on April 9 or May 2, and runs until October 9, 2023!
Beautiful. You’ll work in iconic, unforgettable and inspiring locations. You’ll see amazing scenery and wildlife. You’ll participate in team events – and fun!
Independent. You’ll spend your days in and around national parks.
Remote. Our home is filled with trees, lakes and blue-bird skies; rather than buildings, freeways and smog. Connect with friends around a bonfire instead of through WiFi
Busy. You need to be prepared for a physical working environment with walking, stair climbing, bending, reaching, lifting (up to 50 pounds with assistance) required
This job description describes this role at a high level, but no document can anticipate every single task, issue or project that could come up. We work as a team and believe that we succeed together – these job duties may change based on the needs of the team and company as a whole.

To handle this job successfully, any person hired must be able to perform responsibilities as described. Pursuit will make any reasonable accommodation to help a person with disabilities perform their job. This job is based in Alberta, Canada. Relocation to the area and the legal ability to work in Canada is required.
EEO Information: Pursuit is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity in the workplace. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics. Pursuit values diverse backgrounds and experience and we welcome all who are eligible to work in Canada to apply! We thank all candidates for their interest, however, please note that only applicants selected for further consideration will be contacted. If selected for an interview, please advise us if you require an accommodation.
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