Fit for Life Fitness Instructor
Are you an enthusiastic fitness professional seeking a new opportunity? Strathcona Place Society is seeking a fitness instructor to lead seniors’ Fit for Life classes. This role requires strong problem-solving and creative thinking skills to meet the needs of the centre’s clientele. The ideal candidate will demonstrate understanding, patience and an ability to build positive relationships with senior participants. Qualifications for this role include current AFLCA Group Exercise and Fitness of Older Adults Certification, current CPR and Standard First Aid, instructor fitness insurance, experience teaching seniors, and strong communication skills. The deadline to apply is March 6. See the full job posting for additional details and application instructions.
Client Services Coordinator
Edmonton Meals on Wheels requires a versatile Client Services Coordinator to help ensure clients, volunteers, and the general public receive the best service experience possible. Main responsibilities include handling service inquiries, responding to delivery problems as they arise, completing data entry and financial transactions, scheduling meal delivery and managing delivery routes, delivering meals in all areas of Greater Edmonton, and cross training to support other departments as needed. Qualifications include 3-5 years’ customer service experience, a valid driver’s license and clear driver’s abstract, access to a reliable vehicle, and a clear police information check, including vulnerable sector check. The deadline to apply is March 2. See the full job posting for additional details and application instructions.
Mill Woods Seniors Association is hiring an executive director. Reporting to the board of directors, the executive director supervises a staff of seven full-time positions and provides leadership to members, staff, and volunteers. Responsibilities include overseeing day-to-day operations, managing staff and volunteers, developing a budget, overseeing fundraising activities, managing human resources, acting as a community liaison, and promoting the association within the community. Pre-requisites for this role include a post-secondary certification in a related field and a minimum five years’ supervisory experience. The deadline to apply is February 24 (the date has been extended from Feb. 18). For more information and application instructions, please review the detailed job posting.
SWESA is hiring an office administrator. Reporting to the president, the office administrator is responsible for day-to-day administration of SWESA operations and will work in tandem with the program coordinator to support SWESA’s vision, mission and core values. The successful candidate will be a genuine team player and able to work in a member-driven, volunteer-focussed environment. This is a part-time role (20 hours per week, Monday–Friday, 1–5 p.m.). The deadline to apply is February 18. Go online to view the full job description and for application details.