We are looking for a passionate facilitator to join our RJEI team.
- Report to the RJEI Program Manager and keep them informed of program operations
- Collaborate on and co-facilitate cases referred to Restorative Engagement
- Develop and prepare activities and agendas in keeping with major program themes and objectives
- Initiate and facilitate dialogues on a range of topics including values, self-esteem, bullying, social media, healthy communication, anti-racism, decolonization, and youth rights
- Attend to administrative duties as required
- Represent the organization at community and volunteer appreciation events and participate in community tables deemed appropriate
- Support the Program Coordinator in developing, promoting and facilitating SpeakOut and Youth Justice Lab events
- Support the engagement and social media presence of NSRJ
- Sit on NSRJS committees as neededProvide support on any of the organization’s fundraising efforts
***Please see the attached job posting for full details***
Terms of employment for this position include the following considerations:
- Start date: Mid-January, 2022
- Salary ($22-$24/hour depending on skills and experience)
- Negotiable working hours
- Blend of in-person and remote work. Will need to spend time physically present in schools.
- A one-year contract with the opportunity for renewal (funding depending)
- Use of your own vehicle is required.
All applicants must be able to pass both a criminal record check and an enhanced reliability clearance.
If you have the above-mentioned qualifications, please submit your cover letter and resume to Mara Veneman at email@example.com by 4 pm on Wednesday, December 15th, 2021. We welcome and appreciate applications from all who are qualified and interested. No phone calls please. Due to the expected interest, NSRJS will be contacting only those who will be invited for an interview.
North Shore Restorative Justice Society is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to building an inclusive and equitable working environment. We encourage applications from all genders, Indigenous and racialized peoples, and persons with disabilities.