The leading international research and consulting firm on fatigue risk management in 24/7 shiftwork operations (www.circadian.com) seeks a full-time seasoned and self-motivated individual to join our team in the investigation and forensic analysis of transportation and industrial human error accidents. The research assistant/coordinator will be an integral part of our litigation support team and help to develop empirically based opinions regarding the likelihood of human error, sleep deprivation, sleep disorders and/or human fatigue as a contributory factor to human error incidents.
She/he will gather and collate research garnered from online and case materials, organize and track the materials from multiple case files, conduct online literature searches, proofread reports and presentations, support the litigation manager, and be willing to pinch-hit for other business units when needed.
The ideal candidates will be highly organized, detail-oriented, able to thrive in a fast-paced environment and can respond in a timely manner to client deadlines. We are looking for candidates who are self-starters who work with accuracy and a sense of urgency, and who are creative problem-solvers.
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CIRCADIAN (www.circadian.com) is the leading worldwide provider of employee fatigue risk management and workload/staffing, shift scheduling, training and risk management services. For over 30 years we have worked across every type of 24-hour industry and government organization in industrial (petrochemical, mining, manufacturing, call centers, pipelines, ) public sector (e.g. hospitals, emergency response, police) and transportation (truck, bus, rail, aviation, marine) operations.We are seeking an RFP researcher and business lead generator who will find, qualify and help us respond to requests for proposals in our area of expertise We need an energetic motivated and persistent person who can sign onto RFP listing websites and identify and research jobs relating to our skills and submit proposals, interact and build business relationships with these leads, and help us land the projects with them. This person will also write up RFP proposals based on our template and boilerplate language for submission to larger RFP competitions.We are open to discussing commission for higher budget projects in order to attract better quality work and attention.
- Project Type: Ongoing project
You will be asked to answer the following questions when submitting a proposal:
- Where and how will you find RFP's relevant to CIRCADIAN's area of expertise
- What part of this project most appeals to you?
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Garrie Wright is the Emergency Service Consultant for Circadian. Garrie is a retired Deputy Chief from Toronto Paramedic Services with over 36 years’ experience in the emergency services industry.
Garrie Wright was a senior leader for the largest municipal paramedic ambulance service in Canada. The service is the sole provider of emergency medical response for Toronto, responding to over 250,000 emergency calls annually: with a daytime population of 3.5 million people.
Garrie led a project team that implemented a new work schedule for Toronto Paramedic Services. Garrie successfully navigated the project through several major issues in order to replace a 35-year-old schedule. By matching staffing with emergency call demand, the service was able to offer a variety of schedules to the staff and significantly improved response times and reduced their overtime budget.
Garrie has extensive experience in labour relations and contract negotiations. He was the lead for three consecutive contract negotiations and has experience in arbitration and conflict resolution.
In 2011, Garrie was promoted to Deputy Chief and was the senior management lead for three portfolios over his tenure. As Deputy Chief of Operations, he managed approximately 1,000 frontline paramedics, as Deputy Chief of Operations Support he successfully implemented a budget of just under $200 million dollars and finally as Deputy Chief of Communications he managed an emergency dispatch centre that was an Accredited Centre of Excellence.
Garrie played a key role in several major events affecting paramedic services in Toronto including the G7 and G8 Summit, the Papal visit and World Youth Days. Garrie has had the opportunity to speak at both local and international conferences about the SARs crisis and disaster planning.
Garrie was awarded the Canadian Governor General’s EMS Award for exemplary service in 2005 and the Toronto Exemplary Service Award in 2006. He also received the Toronto EMS Chiefs Award for his work in improving the publics’ health and safety in the community.
Garrie is a graduate of McMaster University and Humber College.