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Brendan Bolstad
Brendan Bolstad
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Join date : 2015-02-20
Age : 29
Location : Edmonton

Training and Safety Sergeant, Community Standards - City of Edmonton

on Mon Aug 21, 2017 10:15 am

Reporting to the Director of the Community Standards Peace Officer Section, and in collaboration with the Branch Training Specialist, this position is responsible for the development and delivery of operational and tactical training to the Community Standards Branch and for branch training programs that focus on the law enforcement aspects related to training requirements.

Working in a law enforcement environment with Municipal and Provincial governance and regulatory oversight, the incumbent will work closely with management, civic departments, Police, provincial and federal law enforcement agencies, and other industry stakeholders to ensure all training programs and processes are developed, implemented, controlled and monitored in adherence to organizational policies, relevant laws and regulations.

The Training and Safety Sergeant will lead branch efforts in the analysis of existing training programs, the assessment of all branch training needs, and with the Branch Training Specialist, will be responsible for establishing branch learning goals, outcomes and ensuring curriculum development and delivery is strategically aligned to support corporate led culture improvement and leadership training initiatives, provincially mandated requirements, and ongoing professional development of enforcement and general staff.

Assist in the delivery of the Community Peace Officer Level 1 Induction Program (CPOIP)
Assist and deliver the Animal Control and Animal Protection (ACAP) Community Peace Officer Level 2 training program
Deliver and assist in presentations on safety and training changes in process and municipal and provincial requirements
Oversee the development, renewal and refinement of formal training programs associated with staff maintaining their required Peace Officer status
Design and produce course learning materials using a variety of format including print, audio, video, and multimedia to support various teaching techniques
Provide coaching to supervisory staff in administering effective employee training development plans and performance appraisals. Assist managers, supervisors and training specialist in the succession planning process as it relates to training and educational improvement
Conduct research and environmental scans on best training practices, technological advances, and on new methodologies and philosophies on enforcement and investigative practices and personal protective tactics
Support the design of instructional learning strategies to connect learning outcomes and to ensure alignment with corporate goals and training initiatives
Completion of a Diploma from an accredited accredited post secondary institution in Law Enforcement, Commerce, Human Resources, Education or a related field, a related Degree would be asset
Certificate in adult learning will be considered an asset
5 years of strong customer service experience is required
3 years of diverse law enforcement experience
1 year of experience in a related supervisory/training capacity
Must possess the Provincial Community Peace Officer I designation
Experience in developing and delivering training programs, specifically in Peace Officer tactical and enforcement related training programs
Knowledge of various legislations bylaws and procedures
Experience/knowledge of law enforcement tactics and legislations is desirable
Experience in research and analysis best practices as well as educational principles, techniques
Demonstrated ability to complete the lifecycle of developing Need Analysis, Knowledge Management Strategies, and Knowledge Management Delivery Plans (from business requirements to evaluation)
Experience with occupational health and safety policies, training and research
Possession of valid Standard First Aid and Basic CPR certificates and AET qualified
Ability and skill to prepare and present course curriculum within a classroom setting
Strong organizational and time management skills as well as demonstrated skills in critical thinking and problem solving
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Ability to negotiate and manage a variety of contracts and working relationships with internal and external stakeholders
Must pass the PARE physical fitness test
Valid Alberta Class 5 driver’s license (or provincial equivalent). Obtaining and maintaining a City Driver’s permit is a requirement of this position
Hire is dependent upon a Police Information Check including Vulnerable Sector check satisfactory to the City of Edmonton

We are an equal opportunity employer.
We welcome diversity and encourage applications from all qualified individuals.

1 temporary full time position, up to 6 months

This posting is limited to internal City of Edmonton employees

Hours of Work: 40 hours per week

Salary: $43.721 (Hourly)

Recruitment Consultant: SH/AL

Classification Title: Corporate Security Peace Officer III
Posting Date: Aug 21, 2017
Closing Date: Aug 28 2017 11:59:00 PM (MDT)
Number of Openings (up to): 1 - Temporary Full-time
Union : CUPE Local 30
Department: Community Standards Peace Officers (Citizen Services)
Work Location(s): Versa Building, Suite 200, 9304 - 41 Ave Edmonton T6E 6G8
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