Youth Reintegration Worker (Naotkamegwanning FN)

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General Description & Accountability 

The First Nation Community Youth Reintegration Worker (YRW), is a highly motivated, organized, community and results-oriented individual, who works as a team member under the guidance and direction of the Treaty #3 Justice Director to advance the Treaty #3 Community Youth Reintegration Program.

Duties and responsibilities include re-integration services for youth being released from custody or have court orders to complete.

Specific Responsibilities

  • Coordinate Youth Reintegration processes and case management, with the Treaty 3 Justice Director, including:
  • Referrals, screening, and assessment of cases
  • Preparation of activities for probation orders for participants in program
  • Follow up – monitoring and mentoring clients to complete agreements, maintaining communication with key contacts, service providers, providing progress reports
  • Liaise with Probations and court workers, community service providers and justice administrators including Crown Attorneys, Legal Aid and defense lawyers, court staff, police, court workers and probation to develop effective working partnerships
  • Initiate and support the development of new or enhanced justice and healing options for the community

Qualifications

  • Familiarity with history, traditions, dynamics and concerns of the community
  • Knowledge of Treaty and Aboriginal rights and issues related to Aboriginal peoples
  • Basic knowledge, skills and experience with restorative justice processes, the criminal justice system, community resources (formal and informal, traditional and mainstream) and case management
  • Computer skills with knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, web site search, and email. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Position will require employee to travel occasionally, valid driver’s license and vehicle
  • Must submit to a criminal record check

Education and Experience

  • Post-secondary degree or 2-year diploma in social or justice-related field and/or
  • Two years’ experience in social or justice-related field
  • The ability to communicate well both orally and in writing in English, and orally in Ojibwa is an asset

 

Send Applications to:
GCT3 Representative Services
PO Box 1720
Kenora, ON P9N 3X7
Fax: (807) 548-5041
Email: reception@treaty3.ca

 

PDF – Youth Reintegration Worker – Naotkamegwanning FN Job Posting

 

Job Features

Job CategoryJustice
LocationNaotkamegwanning First Nation
Closing DateJuly 20, 2018 or Until Filled

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