Community Safety Educator
Reporting to the Community Safety Education Coordinator the Community Safety Educator is responsible for delivering or assisting in the delivery of the department’s community safety programs to the public including first aid and CPR courses.
- Delivers Community Safety Education presentations and programs to various residents, businesses, industry and community groups in a variety of settings
- Follows program/course lesson plan(s) to ensure consistent delivery and that learning outcomes are achieved and maintains a positive student-centered learning environment
- Represents SCES and Strathcona County at a variety of community events and trade shows
- High School Diploma with one year of customer services experience
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills including experience in presenting and public speaking
- General knowledge of home fire safety, FireSmart, emergency preparedness and injury prevention education programs/concepts
- Experience with child, adult and older adult education and training is an asset
- Able to work independently and as part of a team, while enthusiastically supporting a team environment
- Able to fulfill the physical requirements of the position, including walking or standing for extended periods of time
- Instructor certification status in St. John Ambulance and/or Heart and Stroke Foundation
- Willing to obtain a criminal record check
The hourly wage range is $19.03 to $23.79, working as needed, year-round that include days, evenings and weekends. Community Safety Educators will be expected to attend monthly meetings and occasional training sessions. For positions that include First Aid/CPR instruction duties, successful candidate will be trainer-certified in St. John First Aid and/or Heart and Stroke Foundation or be willing to take instructor training/certification if needed.
Competition #CSE-2014-SCES is an on-going competition and successful candidates will be contacted as needed.