Sun Youth Bike Patrol looking for new candidates
Sun Youth Bike Patrol – Since 1984, the Sun Youth Bike Patrol has been promoting safety and preventing crime through various initiatives, giving the community a sense of security during the summer. Again this year the Sun Youth Bike Patrol is getting ready for another summer and is looking for new candidates for 2018. The call is open to students or young adults aged 18 and over who are fluent in French and English, in good physical condition, who have good interpersonal skills and a strong interest in community or police work. The candidates must be able to work 40 hours per week, from June 4th to August 10th, 2018. The work consists of patrolling parks, playgrounds, bike paths, organizing sporting events, bike safety clinics, being a presence around day camps as well as at neighbourhood events, working with the community and in collaboration with the Montreal police. “Our goal is for our patrollers to reach the greatest number of people, inform the population about Sun Youth services and act as the eyes and ears of the Montreal police,” says Jonathan Caisse, Sun Youth coordinator of Crime Prevention and Victim Services.
For three decades, young people who have become police officers, teachers, lawyers, nurses and social workers have contributed to the success of the Bike Patrol. The diversity of patrollers profiles is a great asset for Sun Youth, making this summer job a positive, beneficial and unforgettable experience for all. For more information, contact Jonathan Caisse at 514-842-6822 or send your résumé and motivation letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 23rd, 2018.