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Perimeter Aviation LP is seeking diverse candidates to for the position of Flight Nurse/Advanced Care Paramedic – Aeromedical Specialist. Full time, part time, and casual positions are currently available.

Flight Nurse/ Advanced Care Paramedic - Aeromedical Specialist will be assigned to one of Perimeter Aviation’s remote northern bases with a crew of two (2) pilots. When on shift, the Flight Nurse/ACP is on call for all medevac needs and emergencies from the base you are assigned to. A full time position is fourteen (14) days on shift at your assigned base and then fourteen (14) days off or seven (7) days on shift at your assigned base and then seven (7) days off. Part Time position is seven (7) days on shift at your assigned base and then 21 days off. All medevac flights are dispatched through the Winnipeg base.

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Looking for adventure? Want to experience life in remote northern Manitoba – work outdoors on small planes, helicopters, watercraft, ATV’s and snowmobiles? Fast Air Medevac is hiring for our flight medic casual pool. See our full job posting at www.flyfastair.com/careers.

Are you interested in helping the Red Cross Ebola Response in West Africa?
 
As part of the co-ordinated response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the Canadian Red Cross is seeking qualified personnel to join the fight against Ebola. The Red Cross has established Ebola Treatment Centres in West Africa. The Canadian Red Cross is currently seeking qualified infection control and prevention workers to serve in these Ebola Treatment Centres.

Selected applicants who meet the health and professional standards established by the Canadian Red Cross will be deployed to a Red Cross Ebola Treatment Centre in West Africa over the next few months.

Prior to deployment, the Red Cross will provide the qualified individuals with mission-specific training including an extensive practical course on Ebola and related safety procedures. All deploying personnel who are new to the Red Cross will also receive Red Cross-specific training.
Each mission will initially be limited to four weeks due to the hardship of having to work under heavy personal protective equipment. Upon return to Canada, contracts will be extended for an additional three week rest period after deployment during which instructions will be provided on how to self monitor. During the rest period individuals are expected to not go back to their place of work.

Anyone who deploys as part of this initiative will be placed under a Red Cross contract with pay and benefits.

Included are copies of the relevant job posting and FAQs for deploying in support of the Ebola Response.

Anyone interested in applying for a position is encouraged to go to
http://www.redcross.ca/who-we-are/jobs.
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