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Job Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in employment with Suncoast Safety Council! To be considered as an applicant for employment, please submit your resume via email and reference the specific position in the subject line of the email.

EOE Employer
Suncoast Safety Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. It is our intention that all qualified applicants are given equal opportunity, and that selection decisions be based on job related factors.

Drug-Free Workplace
Suncoast Safety Council is committed to protecting the safety, health and well being of all employees and individuals in our workplace. We recognize that alcohol abuse and drug use pose a significant threat to our goals. We have established a drug-free workplace program that balances our respect for individuals with the need to maintain an alcohol and drug-free environment.

Current Job Openings:

Behind the Wheel Driving Instructor

Conduct Behind the Wheel Driving lessons for students of all ages and levels of experience. This position is on the road, real time driving in a company training car with a passenger side brake pedal. This position requires scheduling flexibility. Number of lessons scheduled each day; each week cannot not be guaranteed. This position is part-time weekends and weekdays, daylight hours only.


Must have a valid Florida driver license and ten (10) years driving experience. Must have clean driving record and criminal background check. Driving instruction or teaching experience a plus. Must be willing to take responsibility for training car, appointments and scheduling. Good communication skills are necessary. Must be able to communicate daily and throughout the day via email.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Represent Suncoast Safety Council Driving School as a skilled professional driving instructor.
  • Effectively interact with students in the 15-23 year old range.
  • Provide driving instruction making students safe and responsible drivers with the skills necessary to pass the DHSMV road test for a driver's license.
  • Help nervous and inexperienced drivers gain the confidence they need to become safe drivers.
  • Have knowledge and understanding of current traffic laws.
  • Keep training cars neat, clean and report mechanical problems immediately.
  • Fill car with gas at the end of each shift.

Physical Aspects:

The position demands the ability to sit in the car for long periods. Lift 30 to 40 lbs. of equipment/cones at training site locations. The ability to get in and out of an automobile several times a day, react quickly to emergencies and properly use the instructor brake.


$24 per lesson completed. Number of lessons scheduled each day; each week cannot not be guaranteed.

General Requirements for Employment:

  • Clean driving record and criminal background
  • Ability to read maps (GPS and Paper) and follow directions
  • The ability to perform duties under intense pressure
  • The ability to interface professionally with the public/students
  • Be able to think quickly and act appropriately in emergencies

If you meet the above qualifications, please submit resume to:


DUI Evaluator

Established nonprofit organization offering an attractive work schedule consisting of a 4 day/40 hour work week is seeking a DUI Evaluator. Position is in our St. Petersburg office.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assessing DUI offenders using standardized criteria to determine risk of reoffending
  • Determining patterns of alcohol or other substance abuse
  • Case management of multiple offenders and ignition interlock violators
  • Preparation and maintenance of client files

All training will be provided. 

Applicant MUST meet minimum requirements as required by state licensure (listed below):

Bachelor's degree in human services or nursing and 4,000 hours of experience in mental health/rehabilitative direct client services or medical care specific to substance abuse. A Master's degree in human services, nursing or an M.D. may be substituted for 2,000 hours of experience.  Certified Addiction Professional (CAP) status, Certified Criminal Justice Addiction Professional (CCJAP) status, or 14,000 hours of experience in human services may be substituted for a degree not in human services, but shall not preclude the requirement of a Bachelor's degree.

In addition to the above applicants must have proficient typing, oral, and written communication skills.  Strong attention to detail, organizational skills, time management and the ability to work well under pressure is required. Occasional travel may be required.

We offer an excellent benefit package including medical and life insurance, matching retirement contribution, paid time off, and paid holidays.  Starting salary $32,500-$33,500 commensurate with education, experience and certifications held.

If you meet the above qualifications, please submit resume to:

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Noise-induced hearing loss is one of the most common occupational diseases. Always wear your recommended equipment to prevent hearing loss (canal caps, earplugs or earmuffs), which may vary depending on the noise level and work environment. If you are uncertain, ask. If you have to shout over noise to be heard on or off the job, that noise could be damaging your hearing.