Move over Dr. Phil, there’s a new guru in town. After all, building and maintaining strong community relationships and partnerships is what you do best.
Well that and a love of working with children and schools, educating on traffic safety, supporting events, and other activities that help build our brand.
That’s exactly the type of person we’re looking for to help coordinate AMA’s School Safety Patrol program.
WHAT MOVES YOU
You have a passion for traffic safety, youth, and education.
You could be called the next Mary Poppins always ready to educate and train in a fun, fresh and supercalifragilisticexpialidocious way (But, unless you have a magical umbrella, you’ll need to be comfortable driving each day to visit schools and manage events.)
You’re a spirited team player but also comfortable working independently. You’re a master at getting people involved and engaged with all the events and activities you coordinate.
You love to organize, understand process is the foundation of any successful job, and have great attention to detail.
You love the challenge of breaking through the clutter with innovative, creative, and impactful ways to train school patrol teams and undertake community events.
You get that at the end of the day, great work is fun work. You love to laugh and have an ability to take a heavy workload in stride.
WHAT YOU'LL DO
Report to the Supervisor, School Safety Patrol.
Organize and deliver effective programs and initiatives that directly support the AMA School Safety Patrol program and Community Engagement activities.
Teach and assess patrol safety procedures while keeping detailed and accurate records, as well as making recommendations for further learning.
Build lasting connections with key stakeholders, associations, and organizations.
Represent AMA at community events, including doing some general media, and work with community stakeholders to further program objectives.
Promote key AMA advocacy messaging while helping to enhance AMA’s brand in the community.
WHAT YOU'VE DONE
A post-secondary degree / diploma in education, public relations, or other related discipline is an asset.
You have a proven history of building strong partnerships with community organizations such as law enforcement, schools, government, and not-
You have solid computer skills, understand the cloud and can easily adapt to using new technology.
You understand event planning, event hours and are not afraid to set up, tear down, and adhere to safety.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.