Executive Director Job Posting

Job Title: Executive Director/ Program Coordinator
Status: Full time employment opportunity for 35 hours per week
Wage: Based on Experience
Closing Date: Until Filled
North Peace Justice Society is a non-profit, volunteer-based program aimed at fostering a safe and caring community by administering the Restorative Justice Program and Preventing Alcohol and Risk-Related Trauma in Youth. The Society has been in operation since 1996 and during this time has worked consistently to promote the use of Restorative Justice and advancing the philosophy of restorative process as a means for conflict resolution. We are currently looking for a full time Executive Director/Program Coordinator for the Society.
SCOPE OF WORK
Administrative services such as answer phone, maintain emails, filing and data entry
Grant research, writing and submission
Fundraiser organization and administration
Facilitator training and supervision
Monitor case files and assist in completion of agreements where necessary
Write closing reports and submit them to the referring agency
Liaise with clients, supporters, referring agencies (RCMP, business, or schools) and community
resource agencies
Coordination and delivery of PARTY program
Promote membership and public awareness of society
Act as facilitator when necessary
Research and participation in best practices development/interagency projects in the
Restorative Justice community
Complete projects and activities at the direction of the board of directors
QUALIFICATIONS
Criminology or Social Service Worker Diploma, or related post-secondary education
Previous experience with restorative justice programming would be an asset but not a
requirement
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Public speaking and teaching experience an asset
Knowledge of community resources
Integrity: ability to handle and maintain confidential and sensitive materials
Criminal record check
ATTRIBUTES and ABILITIES
Basic Understanding of the Criminal Justice System
Basic Understanding of Restorative Justice Principles (further training available)
Basic understanding of Trauma
Demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills
Be able to work a flexible work week including some evening and weekend hours
Must be organized and self-directed
Remain unbiased, inclusive and culturally responsive
Caring and understanding demeanour
Inquiries can be submitted via email or phone to the society restorativejustice@telus.net & 250-263-9209. If you are interested in this job opportunity, please submit resume with cover letter via email to Elizabeth Zeunert (Chairperson) at Elizabeth.zeunert@gmail.com.
Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.