Emergency Services Coordinator

Parabellum International Pty Ltd

Providing coordination of emergency response capability, training and support to the existing Emergency Response Officers & Volunteer Fire Team

  • Looking for an opportunity to drive cultural change?
  • Southern Perth Region - Site Based Role - Monday - Friday - DIDO
  • Dynamic Driven Business
About us:
 
Parabellum International delivers unrivalled emergency, medical response and risk management services to the oil, gas, mining, resource, and construction industries.  With many years of experience specialising in remote aviation, industrial, hydrocarbon and structural emergency response, Parabellum International is the go-to crisis and emergency services partner for risk exposed companies worldwide. Due to increased demands Parabellum International is currently seeking the services of a Emergency Services Coordinator with at least 8 years’ experience (in a same/ similar position or role).
 
Providing coordination of emergency response capability, training and support to the existing Emergency Response Officers (EROs) and Volunteer Fire Team, this role will suit those with a strong commitment to emergency response, possess relevant emergency, safety and training qualifications, and who enjoy working in a team to build and promote a safe work environment and positive cultural change.  

Those who currently reside in the South of Perth, are self-motivated, committed, and have experience working in a similar role as an Emergency Response Coordinator with a solid background of 8 years plus in a professional and operationally ready Emergency Response Provider (such as DFES or Firefighting governing body) will be most suitable for this role.
 
  Responsibilities:  
  • Perform as On Scene Commander (OSC) of Emergency scenarios.
  • Maintain a thorough understanding of the fire safety systems, medical, security operating modes and manual activations if required.
  • Delegate tasks and supervise daily work routines of Emergency Response Officers, Security and medical team members.
  • Carry out continual performance management and reporting (including, but not limited to Individual Performance Reports) on all assigned personnel.
  • Plan, conduct, supervise and record training and professional development activities of all emergency response, security, and medical assigned personnel in order too, maintain and improve competencies and proficiencies.
  • Provide specialist, technical and emergency advice, training and guidance to management and contractors
  • Schedule, conduct and record training, skills maintenance, drills and exercises in order to, maintain competency, widen the skill sets of the teams and improve co-operation and co-ordination with other agencies
  • Supervise personnel in the execution of Health, Environment and Safety. Ensure compliance with site requirements, including early reporting of incidents, hazards, investigation of incidents and appropriate management of staff.
  • Manage the effective utilisation and maintenance of resources including equipment and facilities.
  • Ensure inspection, testing and preventative maintenance is scheduled and conducted in line with
  • relevant Australian Standards, the preventative maintenance schedule and other procedures on all portable, semi-fixed, mobile and fixed equipment
  • Coordinate safety and fire prevention/awareness activities including building inspections and risk assessments
  • Supervise and undertake project work and functional responsibilities as required.
  • Implementation, and maintaining the Emergency Risk Management Program as required by the Client
  • Develop Emergency Response plans and procedures
  • Develop and implement emergency response initiatives to continually improve, achieve and maintain stated emergency response systems.
  • Develop, supervise and deliver Health Safety Environment and Quality (HSEQ)/Fire/Security training for new and existing Emergency Response Teams and contractor employees.
  • Drive and promote a safe culture according to the allocated site safety standards
  • Participate in, and support all and any occupational health and safety initiatives in accordance with any site specific tasks
  • Input information into the Company's safety database following completion of documentation by relevant Company personnel
 
Qualifications and Skills:
  • Diploma of Public Safety (Firefighting Management)
  • Certificate IV Frontline Management
  • RII30715 – Certificate III Mines Emergency Response – Surface
  • TAE40116 - Certificate IV Training and Assessment
  • BSB4149 – Certificate IV Work Health and Safety (highly regarded)
  • Certificate II Security Operations (or the ability to obtain)
  • WA Security License (or the ability to obtain)
  • Dangerous Goods Security Card
  • HLTAID001; HLTAID002; HLTAID003 – Current Provide First Aid and CPR (minimum)
  • WA Driver’s License
  • National Police Clearance <3 months
  • High level of professional interpersonal and communication skills
  • Intermediate Microsoft Office Suite
  • Excellent key stakeholder engagement
 
Our values:

Parabellum's core values of transparency, agility, family, making a difference and going above and beyond are fundamental in the way we work and behave in both our working environment and communities we operate within. If you share these same values and feel you can make a valuable contribution click on the "apply now" button.

Parabellum International is a Equal Employer and strongly encourages applications from both women and Aboriginals