Indigenous Community Council Program Caseworker

Deadline Date: 2020/09/25

The Indigenous Community Council Program (ICCP) Caseworker is responsible for providing case and file management by facilitating circles, including intervention services to youth, their families, and adults. The focus of services is to encourage accused persons to accept responsibility for their criminal behaviour and to be accountable for their conduct by becoming active in rectifying the wrong they have caused. The ICCP Caseworker is further responsible for administration and ensuring successful completion of Healing & Wellness Plans.

Posting Date:
September 14, 2020
Thunder Bay
401 N Cumberland Street
Start Date:
35 per week
50,000.00 per annum
Number of positions:
Days of work:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Social Science, Education, Government Service and Religion, Art, Culture, Recreation and Sport

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Preferred postsecondary diploma/degree or equivalent in Social Justice Services and/or minimum of three (3) years work in social or justice services environment. Knowledge of the judicial system, Criminal Code, and other related federal and provincial statutes. Knowledge of sentencing principles, alternative measures and restorative justice principles. Knowledge of Indigenous culture and experience working with Indigenous persons; understanding of the northern cultural environment; knowledge of an Indigenous language(s) will be considered an asset Experience in Restorative Justice and Conflict Resolution is an asset Experience in program delivery and administration Group facilitation, team building and decision making skills; ability to problem solve and take initiative Self-motivated individual with the ability to work with minimal supervision in a team oriented setting Ability to articulate criminal and social justice issues and proven ability to work within a trauma-informed and culturally competence-informed lens Proficiency in Microsoft Office including database applications Excellent case and file management skills, stress management and time management skills, ability to meet deadlines Ability to engage people to build trust and rapport; effective verbal and listening communication skills; excellent interviewing, counselling, recording and data collection skills. Ability to complete Drug & Alcohol Assessments is an asset Ability to work flexible hours, including evenings and/or weekends Must have a valid Ontario driver’s license and reliable transportation A clear criminal reference check (CPIC) and Vulnerable Sector Clearance will be a condition of the employment offer


The Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre is an equal opportunity employer.
Reasonable accommodations are available upon request for all parts of the recruitment process.

Closing Date/Apply by:
How To Apply:

Please submit cover letter and resume to the attention of the Hiring Committee

Employer Contact Information

Contact Name:
Hiring Committee
Position Title:
Company Name:
Thunder Bay Indigenous Friendship Centre
401 N Cumberland Street
Thunder Bay
Postal Code:
P7A 4P7
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