The File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council
Invites applications for the position as
Community Justice Worker
Under the supervision of the Justice Director, the successful candidate will work with our member nations, clients and Community Justice Committees. This position requires an experienced and knowledgeable individual to facilitate justice programs, liaise between various government and community agencies, First Nations and individuals. The Community Justice worker will assist our nations in providing an integrated approach in response to community justice needs.
- Assist member First Nations as requested in the development of community Justice Initiatives;
- Facilitate and develop restorative justice models including youth mediation and diversion, community justice forums, sentencing circles and any other types of justice healing and preventative initiatives as directed;
- Liaise with outside agencies (federal, provincial, professional, institutional) and with First Nations governments and agencies with justice services;
- Drafting and development of proposals, monthly reports and preparing individual applications for any alternative justice programs;
- Coordinate and/or conduct workshops or training sessions for justice committee members.
- Degree in Human Justice, Social Work; However, a combination of education and work experience will also be considered;
- Proficient knowledge of Alternative Measures and Extra Judicial Sanctions Measures;
- Training and experience in working with First Nations Justice Initiatives;
- An understanding and appreciation of First Nations values and traditions, with an emphasis on healing initiatives within First Nations communities;
- Excellent writing and interpersonal skills;
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and own transportation.
Deadline: January 25, 2021
Please submit resumes along with three references to:
FHQ Tribal Council
Fort Qu’Appelle, SK S0G 1S0
Fax: 306 332.1811
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