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Job Number:  42278
Restorative Response Coordinator
Job Posted: Wednesday, 28 February 2018
Closing Date: Friday, 16 March 2018
Chilliwack Restorative Justice and Youth Advocacy Association
Region: Fraser Valley Type: Part time
Location: Chilliwack Salary: $19-$24 hourly

Job Description for Program Coordinator, Restorative Response

Reports to:  Executive Director


Hours and days of work:  Ordinarily Monday to Friday, with some evening and weekend work required.  Hours will vary upon program needs, but a minimum of 20 hours is guaranteed.


Range of pay: $19 to $24 per hour.  Hourly pay will be determined on a variety of factors, including experience and education.


Review period:  After the six-month probationary period, then annually near or on anniversary date of hire.


Main job duties and responsibilities:

  1. Intake of referrals for Restorative Response cases from a variety of different referral sources, ensuring all appropriate paperwork has been completed.
  2. Management, onboarding, and training of volunteers.
  3. Selecting volunteers based on strengths to run Restorative sessions.
  4. Attend and/or lead Restorative sessions.
  5. Work closely with the RCMP liaison officer to discuss case details.
  6. Keep all records current and securely stored in accordance with RCMP and legal guidelines.
  7. Working closely with the Executive Director to formulate training plans.


  1. A degree in criminology, sociology, psychology, or a related discipline is preferred, but a combination of experience and equivalent education will also be considered.
  2. Direct program delivery skills, preferably in a law enforcement or social justice sector.

Skills and abilities:

  1. Excellent communication, conflict management, and listening skills.
  2. Demonstrated experience in dealing with people in heighted emotional states. Training in de-escalation and/or nonviolent communication an asset.
  3. An understanding of the core concepts of Restorative Justice.
  4. Experience in facilitating meetings and training sessions.
  5. Organised and detail oriented.
  6. Ability to form and maintain relationships with a variety of co-workers and the public.


  1. Obtaining and maintaining an RCMP reliability clearance.
  2. Documentation that proves ability to work in Canada.
  3. Valid BC driver’s license.
How to Apply:
Please mention you saw this posting on WorkInNonProfits.ca.
Please email your cover letter and resume in one PDF document and reference RR1 in the subject line. No phone calls, please.
Contact Details:
www:   www.restoringjustice.ca

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