PDS Tech Inc Emergency Response Technician I. ALPINE in Anchorage, Alaska

What. Emergency Response Technician I

Where. Alpine operations North Slope.

Rotation. 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off.

When. ASAP

How long. 12 months renewable contract.

Provides field support of respiratory equipment to include air compressors, air sampling, required testing and maintenance and repair of field emergency response equipment. In addition this position may also be a member of the Fire, Medical, Rescue, and Spill Response teams. Provides spill response and environmental management support to the assigned area. Performs safety audits, identify and record hazard analyses of specific jobs. Performs site inspections around the assigned facility to ensure areas are free from all environmental and safety risks. Typically requires up to 3 years of experience. Entry level. Provides technical and/or administrative support. Demonstrates the ability to learn terminology, applications and standard procedures for performing the job function. Performs routine, basic office/field tasks using established procedures.

We currently estimate this position will be full time through the end of September. After which, it will transition into a fill-in position so the work schedule will be intermittent. Intern will assist Fire Tech with Annual Hose Testing, MSA Air Pack testing, and other jobs as assigned. Preferred to have Emergency Response back round.

Also required valid Drivers License.

Category Name Required Importance Level Last Used Experience

CertificationsAssociate Safety Professional (ASP) or equivalentNo5

EducationHigh School Diploma/GEDYes5

GeneralAbility to resolve issues and develop solutionsNo5

GeneralCommunication SkillsNo5

GeneralEmergency Response Coordination/TrainingNo5

GeneralKnowledge of Oil Pollution Act RegulationsNo5

GeneralOil and Gas IndustryNo5

SoftwareIAP or equivalentNo5

SoftwareMS OfficeNo5

Summer intern duties

Hose test

  • Annual hydro test of all fire hose 1 ¾”, 3” and 5” hose to be tested according to NFPA 1962 testing standards

  • The 5” hose, you will get assistance from the Kuparuk intern like wise you will help with Kuparuk’s 5’ hose


  • Check as necessary per Chief 2

  • Operation of extinguisher simulator as directed by Chief 2

Apparatus Cleaning

  • Wash all apparatus weekly, Monday or Tuesday would be best.

  • Clean interior one time per hitch or as needed, glass inside and out clean floors and wipe down the interior of apparatus, dash control panels etc.

  • All apparatus will be detailed, (waxed) toward the end of your season starting at the last week of July this can be divided up between both interns each taking one large and a small piece of equipment.

Equipment Check

  • Inspect and clean all fittings lubricate as necessary.

  • Remove all equipment from the apparatus (one compartment at a time so that he apparatus is not out of service) and clean the interior of all apparatus with the exception of the ambulance check with Chief 2 and the PA.

Station duties

  • Floors will we clean at all times and washed at least one time per week after apparatus washing.

  • Sweep and/or wash under all lockers weekly

  • Sweep areas and needed daily

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.