The Inuulitsivik Health Centre, with more than 950 employees, is part of the Québec health and social services network (Nunavik region). It provides front-line health and social services, notably for prevention, evaluation, diagnostics and treatment, rehabilitation and support, for the population of the Hudson subregion of roughly 7 000 persons. Moreover, it provides services related to youth protection and assumes the administration of Ullivik, located in Dorval, for the Nunavik region. The Ullivik’s mission is to receive Inuit travelling to Montréal to receive health services in participating institutions. The Inuit population is spread among seven communities along the Hudson coast, from Kuujjuaraapik to Salluit.
Under the supervision of the Director of Technical Services, the main role of the Safety Coordinator is to ensure that all measures aimed at the safety of occupants and the protection of property in the establishment are taken care of.
The coordinator's tasks are grouped into four (4) large families. More specifically, it is about:
System and equipment management and procedures
- Training and exercises
- Emergency measures
MANAGEMENT OF PROCEDURES, SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT
More specificly :
- Act as a resource person in all aspects of management, maintenance and the design of new building security and protection systems.
- Participate in the process related to the maintenance contracts or the acquisition of new systems and write or participate in the drafting of technical specifications for submission
- Ensure the maintenance of self-protection and security systems in accordance with the laws, regulations, standards, codes in force, etc.
- Carry out (in collaboration with the teams concerned) the follow-up of requests for defects and ensure work and repairs. Implement mitigation measures.
- Test the various self-protection and security systems
- Produce operational directives for security guards on duty or under contract.
- Train security personnel in surveillance and security activities as well as emergency measures.
More specificly :
- Fire protection systems and Fire-fighting equipment.
- Monitor activities at risk of incident (fire / theft / loss).
- Anti-intrusion systems, access controls, remote monitoring. Radio communication systems
- Cabinets involving hazardous materials. Storage rooms for hazardous materials and compressed gases. The outer cages.
- Areas of particular risk (thermal power station, laboratories, maintenance workshops, laundry room, mechanical rooms, etc.). Annex buildings (in Puvi and in villages)
- Write inspection reports, annual report, statistics, prepare service requests, purchase orders and ensure follow-up.
- Meet with the officials concerned when a derogatory situation persists
TRAINING AND EXERCISES SECTION
More specificly :
- Review the entire service offering for security guards to meet the needs of all service points.
- Set up training to develop or integrate local staff.
- Ensure that all security guards hold BSP certification and support their staff in obtaining certification.
- Develop a procedure book for the team of security guards.
- Plan and implement a training and exercise schedule.
- Develop training and exercise educational materials and tools for different levels of exercise and
- simulation. Prepare an annual review, recommend changes if necessary.
- Carry out tie-in and familiarization meetings with various external partners (police, firefighters, etc.). Conduct exercises and simulations to promote ownership of the emergency plan by stakeholders.
EMERGENCY MEASURES SECTION
More specificly :
- Apply the emergency measures plan in force.
- If necessary, provide physical assistance to personnel dealing with agitated or aggressive people (in second lines), if necessary, the specialized services.
- Communicate clear directives for the safety of users and employees to specialized services.
- Confirm receipt of the emergency call and go to the site. Communicate the information
- Keep unauthorized people away and establish internal and external security perimeters in collaboration with local authorities. Order an evacuation of the premises, if necessary
- Visually search the premises during a bomb call (sweeping the building).
- Respond in accordance with operating procedures to a fire.
- Note the actions taken and write a report and Ensure that the emergency measures plan is updated
- Participate in the Emergency Plan Committee and ensure its follow-up.
- Ensure that the emergency measures plan is updated.
- Participate and support the training of new employees.
- Know the incident and accident reporting procedures.
- Participate in the analysis of accidents and the implementation of corrective measures.
- Participate in procedures concerning basic precautions and infection control measures in his field of activity and participate in training activities in his sector of activity.
- Any other task at the request of his superior.
- Undergraduate degree in discipline such as :
- Organizational administration, or
- Risk management, or public safety, or
- Fire safety emergency operations management.
- Any combination of relevant training deemed equivalent.
- Constitutes one or more assets:
- Certificate or ACS in fire prevention technique or equivalent field experience.
- AEC in Industrial and Commercial Safety - an Asset.
- Firefighter training - an asset.
- Private Security Bureau (BSP) card - an asset.
- Autonomy, rigor, sence of responsability, good communication
- Win-win approach, team spirit
- Stress resistance, integrity, empathy
- Call to move from one village to another
- English language (written and spoken)
- French language (written and spoken)
- According to the salary scale corresponding to class 36 (under review) of the Health and Social Services Network. Nordic bounties are added.
Conditions and benefits:
• Permanent full-time position based in Inukjuak;
• 35hres/week; According to the annual salary scale corresponding to class 36 (under revision) of the Health and social services network, between $70,185 and $91,241;
• Furnished accommodation provided;
• 3 to 4 annual outings depending on status;
• Maximum of 16 weeks of leave per year;
• Cargo premium $98.09/week;
• Removal premium $191.93/week without dependent, $338.29 with dependent;
• Retention premium between $114.99/week and $206.02/week depending on the years of service in the North;
• Group insurance;
• Moving expenses reimbursed by the employer;
• Storage costs, if any, reimbursed by the employer;
• Start of service: As soon as possible
**Workers who are currently in the health and social services network can request a nordic unpaid leave (up to 48 months) to work in Nunavik**