Driver Safety Specialist, Operations Field Support
If you're bilingual and committed to keeping current with legislation and regulations related to Driver Safety, this role with Canada Post is for you.
As a Specialist, Driver Safety, Operations Field Support, you will provide instruction, reinforcement and correction regarding vehicle operator behaviour, in accordance with the principles and operating practices of the Driver Safety Program, and deliver the components and activities related to the program's application. We will count on you to instruct both active drivers and the supervisors responsible for them, in the skills and techniques of safe and proper vehicle operation.
You bring a successful track record to the role of Driver Safety Specialist, Operations Field Support:
- A high school diploma or provincial equivalent (GED).
- A degree, diploma or certificate from an accredited university/college in one of the following: driver examinations, driver instruction or training, or administration. OR
- A combination of a high school diploma as well as one of the following experiences:
- Minimum 2 years of current experience in driver instruction or training ("current experience" is defined as experience obtained within the last 5 years) OR
- Minimum 2 years of experience in the field of commercial vehicle operation and/or fleet/vehicle safety OR
- Minimum 2 years of current experience in frontline delivery and/or transportation operations.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (i.e., understand the major features of each software application).
- A valid provincial driver's licence (minimum of a Class D / Class 3).
- A satisfactory safe driving record per Canada Post Corporation's Driver Safety Program, which includes:
- You have not received more than 2 moving violations in the last 3 years;
- Your have not had more than 3 demerit points assigned in 1 single violation;
- You have not had a licence suspension or prohibition of any kind in the last 3 years.
- Obtaining a provincial Class A/1 driver's licence within a specified period of time may be a future requirement of the job.
- Ability to travel, as required.
- Fluency in English AND French.
- Accident and investigation skills and/or certification.
- Experience in the field of collision investigation analysis.
- Experience in conducting and documenting investigations and results.
- Provincial licensing authority, where applicable, or provincial equivalent (signing authority).
- SAP/specialized software knowledge (i.e., sufficient knowledge of systems to navigate through, and pull, required data; ability to extract pre-formatted reports or enhance existing reports).
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