Trainer, Respect Education
Canadian Red Cross
Northwest Territories
Prevention and Safety

Status: Casual

Location: Sourthern, Northern and Central, Alberta and North West Territories

Do you want to make a difference? Join the world’s largest humanitarian network. The Canadian Red Cross Society, a not for profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, is currently seeking a Trainer, Respect Education.

Reporting to the Associate, Respect Education, this position is responsible for the preparation, delivery, and reporting of Respect Education trainings, specifically though not limited to the topics of Psychological First Aid, Beyond the Hurt and Healthy Youth Relationships, to both adult and youth audiences.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Facilitates training session to adults and youth to equip them to appropriately deliver our programs.
Facilitates group discussions, responds to questions and comments, guides and monitors discussions.
Evaluates, responds and assesses assignments and exercises completed by Trainees.
Ensures that Trainees are progressing through courses and participating in discussions, exercises and assignments.
Distributes evaluations and/or pre and post surveys in each training.
Communicates consistently and openly with Respect Education’s designated Associate of Education regarding all aspects of training: preparation, learning environment, logistics, learning challenges, participant issues, and evaluations.
Completes and submits all necessary follow up documentation for every training conducted.
Conducts regular follow-up with Trainees to check-in, answer questions, and promote additional program trainings and initiatives.

QUALIFICATIONS

Education and Experience:
The minimum qualifications for this position are the completion of a post-secondary education in Education, Social Work, Psychology or a related field and at least three (3) years of related work experience including delivering workshops, training sessions, education programs, working with and engaging youth and community groups or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Knowledge:
Expert knowledge in the areas of family violence, youth violence
Program planning and training
Communication skills
Able to identify and meet successful outcomes
Strong computer skills, able to use and troubleshoot AV equipment

Abilities and Skills:
Strong teaching/facilitation skills
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
Excellent organizational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
Time management
To be self directed, able to work with minimal direction and with distance supervision
Valid Provincial Class 5 Driver’s License
Current Standard First Aid certification, or willingness to take training
Successful criminal record check and vulnerable sector check

Assets:
Previous experience teaching or facilitating and/or working in schools
Fluency in a second language
Marketing and engagement, communication experience
Ability to work remotely if/as required

WORKING CONDITIONS

Flexible work schedule, hours depend upon work available
Ability to travel in the province and NWT for 2-3 days at a time is required
Potential training opportunities in North West Territories

HOW TO APPLY

This position requires a successful Canadian criminal record, reference check, valid provincial driver’s license, and First Aid certification (training provided.) The Canadian Red Cross Society is an equal opportunity employer.

Please note that relocation funding is not available for this position. While we appreciate all responses, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. We kindly ask not to send in duplicate copies of your resume. No phone calls please.

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