20 July 2016

Security-Tech Medic

Employer: Doyon, Limited
Location: Alyeska, AK, USA

Job Summary

Under the supervision of the Medical Operations Manager, and under the direction of a licensed medical physician or designated healthcare provider, the remote site Trans-Alaska Pipeline System Security (TAPS) Tech Medic administers emergency medical treatment and transports sick and injured patients to definitive care medical facilities or evaluates and treats non-emergent illness or injury.

The Security Tech Medic is required to obtain a State of Alaska Armed Security Guard license, and will assume the duties of a TAPS security officer at remote facilities and/or the Valdez Marine Terminal.

Required Qualifications
Able to proficiently speak, read, understand and write English
High school diploma or equivalent
NREMT or State Certified – EMT - Paramedic
Minimum of 3 years at a high volume EMS or Medical facility
State of Alaska EMT III certification by Comity or examination after employment
Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification
Basic Life Support -provider (CPR) certification
Basic Trauma Life Support (Advanced), Pre Hospital Trauma Life Support, or International Trauma Life Support certification
Valid driver’s license
Note: Your resume must be included to complete your application

Desired Qualifications

Pediatric Advanced Life Support or Pediatric Education for Pre-hospital Professionals

Essential Functions

Promote and maintain a safe working environment
Comprehend and utilize medical standing orders
Comprehend and apply medical administrative procedures
Verbally convey patient status reports to the medical director or his designee
Respond to medical emergencies with special equipment and/or specially equipped emergency vehicle
Monitor communication equipment to maintain contact with the medical director
Determine the nature and extent of illness or injury, or magnitude of catastrophe, to establish emergency medical intervention procedures to be followed or the need for additional assistance, basing decisions on statements of persons involved, examination of the victim or victims, and knowledge of emergency medical practice
Remove or assist in the removal of victims from the scene of an accident or catastrophe
Administer prescribed emergency medical treatment at the site of emergency, or in specially equipped vehicle, performing such activities as application of splints, administration of oxygen, intravenous injections, treatment of wounds, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, administer emergency medications
Communicate with other medical professionals at emergency rooms, air medevac companies, hospitals, and clinics
Assist in removal of victims from vehicle and transfer of victims to treatment center
Assist the treatment center admitting personnel in obtaining and recording information related to the victim’s vital statistics and circumstances of the medical emergency
Maintain vehicles, emergency medical and communication equipment and replenish emergency medical equipment and supplies
Crowd control, protecting valuables, and triage
Evaluate and treats minor illness or injury under the direction of a physician or designated healthcare professional
Administer advanced emergency medical treatment and life support to sick or injured persons in a pre-hospital setting
Observe, records, and reports patient’s condition, reactions to medications and treatment to the medical director
Monitor the patient with EKG, airway and vital sign monitoring equipment
Communicate with the medical director and/or treatment center personnel to arrange reception of patients and to receive instructions for further treatment
Ability to work in a constant state of alertness in a safe manner
Willingness to work overtime as required
Willingness to perform others duties as required
Willingness to work at various locations as required

Safety and Security: Promotes a safe work environment for co-workers and customers
Commitment to Excellence: Identifies what needs to be completed and takes action to achieve a standard of excellence beyond job expectations
Corporate Values: Understand, embraces, and integrates DUS corporate values into everyday duties and responsibilities
Customer Service: Identifies and responds to current and future client needs by providing excellent service to internal and external customers
Teamwork: Resourceful team player that builds, strengthens, and maintains collaborative relationships with others inside and outside the organization

Adapts to changing conditions and work assignments, sets priorities and manages multiple assignments, and tasks
Analytical Skills:
Visualizes, articulates and solves a variety of problems and concepts and makes appropriate decisions based on available information
Communication Skills:
Listens, writes, and speaks effectively, and positively relates and interacts with co-workers and others
Conflict Resolution:
Prevents, manages, and/or resolves conflict
Works with little or no supervision
Problem Solving:
Anticipates and identifies problems, distinguishes between symptoms and causes, and determines alternative solutions involving varied levels of complexity, ambiguity and risk


Full time regular employees have the opportunity to enroll in health insurance (medical/dental/vision), life insurance, 401k Retirement Plan and short term disability through AFLAC. Full-time regular employees are provided access to our employee assistance program.

The employee will be required to live and work in a remote and confined workspace for extended periods of time and exposure to work assignments consisting of twelve-hour days and able to work day or night shifts as required. The majority of the work is performed in a remote setting with a wide variety of people in differing functions, personalities and abilities.

The employee’s work requires routine walking, standing, bending and carrying items weighing up to 50 pounds. There is a lack of immediate access to critical medical services as well as urban community services.

The Criteria For The WorkSaver Exam Includes, But Is Not Limited, To The Following

Applicant will be required to successfully complete a post-offer, pre-hire physical and WorkSaver exam.

Note: As a warm up, all applicants will be required to complete a three minute aerobic step test before completing the following criteria.

Floor to Waist Lift Test: While wearing a 10 lbs. weight belt, lift 50 lbs. x 2
Floor to Shoulder Lift Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weight belt, lift 40 lbs. x 2
Floor to Crown Lift Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weight belt, lift 25 lbs. x 2
Grip Strength Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weighted belt generate a grip strength of at least 65 lbs. with the dominant hand
Two-Handed Carry Test: Carry 50 lbs. with two hands while wearing a 10 lb. weight belt for10 feet x 2
One-Handed Carry Test: Carry 50 lbs. with one hand while wearing a 10 lb. weight belt for 10 feet x 2
Walk Test: Walk on level surface while wearing a 10 lb. weighted belt at a steady pace for 500 ft. x 2 with good balance and coordination
Stoop Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weight belt, from standing with legs straight (no bending of knees) bend over at the waist and reach towards the floor x 5, self-paced, continuous
Twist Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weight belt, perform 10 alternate cross over toe touches x 10 each side, self-paced, and continuous
Sustained Kneel Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weighted belt, from standing, kneel sustained for 3 minutes on one knee, return to standing, and kneel on opposite knee sustained for 3 minutes
Repetitive Kneeling Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weighted belt, kneel on one knee and stand. Return to kneel on opposite knee. Repeat kneeling sequence x 5 for each knee, self-paced, and continuous
Sustained Squat Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weighted belt, perform a sustained functional squat for 30 seconds at 70-90 degrees of hip flexion
Repetitive Squat Test: While wearing a 10 lb. weighted belt, functionally squat x 5, self­paced, and continuous
Gun Firing Position Simulation Test: While wearing 10 Ib. weight belt and holding a 1 Ib. weight (gun simulation), in rapid succession, stand and assume a shooting posture (i.e., both hands elevated to shoulder level with elbows extended and wrists straight and both hands gripping the one pound weight, then quickly drop into a kneeling and assume the shooting posture again. Then from kneeling move quickly into a prone position and assume a shooting position again. Once completed, reverse the sequence of shooting postures, returning to kneeling and then standing shooting postures,
Stair Climb Test: 50 steps: Wearing a 10 lb. weighted belt, climb up and down 25 steps, self-paced, continuous. Allow a 60 second rest break and then repeat climbing up and down of 25 steps, self-paced, continuous, and Slanted Ladder Climb Test: 30 rungs: While wearing a 10 lb. weighted belt, climb up and down a slanted ladder for 10 rungs x 3 self-paced, continuous

It is DUS’s business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.

Doyon grants preference to qualified Doyon Shareholders first, and second to qualified shareholders of other Alaska Native corporations that grant a similar preference in all phases of employment and training, which include, but are not limited to hiring, promotion, layoff, transfer, and training.

DUS is an equal opportunity employer.