Mine Rescue Coordinator/Paramedic
Kinross Gold Corporation - Fairbanks, AK

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Position Title Position Title " >Mine Rescue Coordinator/Paramedic AutoReqId AutoReqId " >3885BR Job Function Job Function " >Health and Safety Country USA Province/State Province/State " >Alaska Site / Office Site / Office " >Fort Knox Mine Operation Job Category Job Category " >Full Time Location Statement Location Statement " >Kinross is a Canadian-based gold mining company with mines and projects in Canada, the United States, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Russia, Ghana and Mauritania, employing over 8,000 people worldwide. Our core purpose is to lead the world in generating value through responsible mining.

At our Kinross Fort Knox Mine located 30 minutes outside of Fairbanks Alaska, you’ll find many rewarding career opportunities and a life full of adventure in the great Alaskan outdoors.

Fairbanks is a lively community that mixes small-town charm with big-city amenities, all while having the wilderness and endless recreational possibilities on your doorstep. Kinross is the largest open pit gold mine in Alaska, with over 550 employees producing 240,000 tons per day. Job Description
Mine Rescue Coordinator

Key Areas of Responsibility & Duties: This position will be responsible for providing support to the Health and Safety Department, by supporting the onsite ALS/BLS ambulance service. Additionally must support safety programs and compliance. Other responsibilities include leading Emergency Response Teams, MSHA training and supporting the behavior based safety teams. Successful candidate will be responsible for the development/implementation of training curriculum and policies related to emergency response.

Minimum Qualifications & Skill Requirements: Certification as a licensed Paramedic in the State of Alaska or a Nationally Registered Paramedic capable of obtaining an Alaska license. MSP or CMSP preferred or the ability to gain certification. The successful candidate must demonstrate excellent leadership skills. Additionally: the candidate must demonstrate substantial mine rescue experience to include:

  • EMT Training
  • High Angle Rescue Training
  • Confined Space Rescue
  • Hazardous Materials Training
  • Basic Fire Training
  • Extrication
  • Instructor Certifications or the ability to become an instructor
  • Other relevant training credentials
The candidate must be at least 18 years old with a valid driver license and must be presently authorized to work in the United States on a full time basis. Removal Date Removal Date " >17-Feb-2013

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