Program Coordinators & Assistants
You are a go-getter that likes to take charge! Or you love playing a support role and learning the ropes! These leadership positions give you the kind of responsibility and resume building experiences that you are looking for.
We will be filling the following positions. Once you have been interviewed, we match your skills to the best fit.
- ACTIVE LIVING FACILITATOR (1)
- COMMUNITY GARDEN FACILITATOR (1)
- COMMUNITY EVENTS COORDINATOR (1)
- COMMUNITY EVENTS ASSISTANT (2)
- JUNIOR LEADERSHIP COORDINATOR (1)
- JUNIOR LEADERSHIP ASSISTANT (2)
- SENIOR COORDINATOR (1)
- CHILDREN’S PROGRAM COORDINATOR
- CHILDREN’S PROGRAM TEAM LEAD (4)
Program Coordinators are responsible for planning, organizing, scheduling, implementing, and evaluating all activities related to their programs. Assistants play a key support role for Coordinators.
- Currently enrolled in post-secondary education and/or returning in the fall
- Proof of valid New Brunswick Class 5 Driver’s Licence
- Proven leadership through work experience, volunteering, membership in organizations, etc.
- Ability to effectively work with seniors, youth, and children of various ages and needs/abilities
- Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills; ability to effectively work with the public
- Current NB Driver’s Abstract meeting Town’s expectations
- Current Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sectors Screening meeting Town’s expectations
- Proof of Workplace First Aid and CPR/AED certification must be provided at least two weeks prior to the position start date
- NOTE: For positions involving work with children, certification in HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Child Development, an asset.
- Organize and facilitate activities, accompany participants on outings, and encourage active participation
- Market the programs/activities/events; design and facilitate presentations
- Offer creative and unique ideas for activities/events and outings that will engage participants
- Organize and operate programs within an established budget
February 9, 2018