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- Coordinator, Safety, Security and Risk Management Coordinator, Safety, Security and Risk Management Greater Victoria Public Library Victoria British Columbia Posted Date April 10, 2024 Closing Date April 24, 2024 Category Finance and Facilities Job Type Regular Full-time Posting Type External Work Location Central – Administration, Victoria, BC Salary Range (per hour) $54.39 – $59.10 (Pay Band 19) – Under Review Union Membership This is a Union Position (CUPE 410) Greater Victoria Public Library (GVPL) is an innovative library system with one of the highest per capita usage rates in Canada. Our vision is to inspire literacy, lifelong learning, and community enrichment for all. Serving more than 380,000+ residents in the Greater Victoria area, we provide library service to 10 municipalities. DESCRIPTION √ Are you a safety, security and risk management professional who is looking to make a difference in your community? √ Do you excel in building relationships with staff, service... providers, community organizations and regulatory agencies? √ Would you like to join a progressive public library that provides valuable services to Greater Victoria citizens? Role This unionized role reports to a Director and leads the Greater Victoria Public Library’s (GVPL) Occupational Health and Safety programs to ensure compliance with WorkSafe BC requirements. The role coordinates GVPL’s business continuity planning and is responsible for identifying, evaluating, mitigating, and monitoring risks associated with GVPL’s operations, encompassing emergency planning and safety and security of people and facilities. This role plays a critical part in ensuring the well-being of its staff, patrons, volunteers, and service providers and in safeguarding GVPL’s operations. Our ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in occupational health and safety, security, law enforcement or criminal justice from an accredited post-secondary institution, and three or more years related experience in a comparable role. Related experience includes developing and managing occupational health and safety programs, having responsibilities for risk or emergency management, interpreting and applying collective agreements, legislation and regulations pertaining to safety, security and risk management, and conducting workplace incident investigations. - An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Equivalents may include: - A diploma in occupational health and safety, security, law enforcement or criminal justice from an accredited post-secondary institution and five years related experience. - A certificate in occupational health and safety, security, law enforcement or criminal justice from an accredited post-secondary institution and six years related experience. Preferred Qualifications: - Work experience in a unionized environment. - Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation - Current BC Security Guard License - Certification of Training Completion in Advanced Security Training Details - Work schedule: Line 8 (Monday to Friday, 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM) - Schedule is subject to change based on operational requirements. - Evening and weekend work may be required. - Please find a copy of the job description here . - An annual salary range of $99,330.00 to $107,931.00 and a comprehensive benefits package, including extended health and dental benefits and a defined-benefit pension plan. - The successful candidates are required to provide a satisfactory police information/background check for the vulnerable sector. Applicants must meet the required qualifications (education and experience, skills, knowledge, and ability) as noted in the job description in order to be considered for a position. It is the applicant’s responsibility to clearly demonstrate on the application how their education and experience meets the qualifications as noted in the job description. The application should also include professional development taken to date. Applicants should provide relevant work experience as noted in the job description. Note: applicants may be required to submit verification of education. Applicants may be asked to provide a demonstration of their skills and abilities in addition to an interview; details will be provided to applicants in advance to allow time for preparation. - Quote “2024-10E Coordinator, Safety, Security and Risk Management” in the subject line of your email. Applications will be accepted until 4:30 p.m. Pacific Time on Wednesday, April 24, 2024 . Applications received after this date and time will not be considered. Only complete applications will be accepted. 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