Since 1984, our Bike Patrol bikes through the streets of Montreal every summer, between early June and mid-August. Its role is to promote safety and prevent crime, giving the community a feeling of security.
Working closely with the Montreal Police Service (SPVM) and assigned to a dozen stations, some thirty adult patrollers deploy on bike paths and on the streets five days a week from 10 am to 18 pm to check parks, playgrounds, swimming pools malls, subway stations and other places where children and elderly people are found (schools, day camps, senior residences) helping where needed, giving prevention tips, and reporting violations. Patrollers are equipped with mountain bikes, walkie-talkies and first-aid kits in order to lend a hand to people in emergency situations.
Our Sun Youth Bike Patrol includes a special unit called Teens on Patrol. These young people aged 14 to 17 year-old, who were hired thanks to governments’ subsidies, are teamed up with experienced patrollers.
Prior to the beginning of patrol, all of our patrollers are trained by SPVM’s officers and follow a first aid course recognized by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.
We are hiring new candidates for our 2019 summer bike patrol team. The job consists of patrolling parks, playgrounds, bike paths, organize sporting events, bike safety clinics, fundraisers, be a presence around day camps as well as in neighbourhood events, work with the community and work in collaboration with the Montreal police from June 3rd to August 9th, 2019.
- Be 18 years of age;
- Be bilingual (English, French);
- Be in good shape;
- Be comfortable interacting with the public;
- Be comfortable riding a bike;
- Have interests in community work or police work;
- Be available to work 40 hours a week.
For more information, contact Jonathan Caisse at 514-842-6822 or send you CV and cover letter by February 24th 2019 at firstname.lastname@example.org