Opportunity Program Manager position Manning Regional Victim Services Society is a non-profit, Charitable organization that provides information, referral, and support to Victims of crime and trauma. MRVSS works in collaboration with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Manning. MRVSS is based in the Manning RCMP Detachment. MRVSS is seeking a part time (60 hours per month) Program Manager position. Some overtime may be required and on call hours are required. Under the guidance of the Governing Board and in Partnership with the Rcmp the Program Manager will be responsible for: 1. Program Implementation 2. Management and Administration. 3. Case and File Management 4. Direct service to Clients 5. Liaison with other Community Agencies 6. Program promotion. Qualification: 1. Computer skills 2. Knowledge of office procedure and equipment 3. Maintain confidential information 4. Ability to handle difficult situations with a high degree of tack and diplomacy 5. Strong impersonal, presentation, communication and organizational Skills. 6. A belief in the Value of service to Victims 7. Previous management an asset. 8. A current Drivers license 9. Ability to pass a RCMP reliability security clearance.
Apply to: Manning Regional Victim Services Society, Board Chair Box 123, Manning AB T0H 2M0 Email email@example.com
NOW HIRING AN ASSISTANT PROGRAM MANAGER-Rainbow Lake, Chateh
We are a not-for-profit organization working in partnership with the Chateh RCMP Detachment with funding from the Alberta Justice and Solicitor General Victims of Crime Fund. We provide crisis intervention, court preparation and accompaniment, support and referrals to individuals affected by crime and trauma in Rainbow Lake and Chateh. We are seeking a part time Assistant Program Manager.
High School diploma, post-secondary education in human services is an asset.
Ability to obtain and maintain a RCMP Enhanced Reliability Security Clearance.
Possess a valid Alberta Driver’s License.
Strong communication skills and the ability to provide non-judgemental support.
The ability to work in stressful situations and maintain a high degree of confidentiality and professionalism.
Strong planning, organization, decision making and problem solving skills.
Experience in areas of report writing, proposal development, strategic and organizational planning is an asset.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Excel.
Duties and Responsibilities
Promote effective communication with RCMP members and community services.
Provide support as directed by the Program Manager.
Provide emotional support and case work coordination to victims of crime and tragedy.
Provide support with administration, promotion, fundraising and advertising.
Work closely with Indigenous communities.
Open until November 16, 2018 or until a suitable candidate is found.Please forward resumes accompanied with a cover letter to:
Krista Kastiro, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
High Prairie & Area Victim Services works in partnership with the RCMP in High Prairie and with the surrounding Indigenous Communities of Peavine, East Prairie, Gift Lake and Atikameg/Whitefish to provide support, assistance, information and referral to victims of crime or tragedy.
The position requires a self-motivated individual to provide dedicated outreach support in which they travel to the Indigenous Communities on a regular and consistent basis to provide victims of crime services. This position would provide a liaison function between Indigenous victims of crime, their local Victim Service Unit and other agencies and services, including the criminal justice system, social services and policing.
Responsibilities of this position will focus on providing targeted services to ensure that Indigenous victims of crime can access their rights as victims as outlined in both the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights and the Alberta Victims of Crime Act. Key to this service is the building and maintaining of relationships, including the primary one with the victim that may require a facilitated referral approach. Relationships with community agencies/stakeholders and with other community representatives/members are also significant service targets. Additionally, it will be important to participate in activities that promote victim services. The goal is to provide a consistent, culturally safe response to all victims of crime.
• Post-secondary education in the human services field or equivalent related experience and education
• Excellent problem-solving, time management and organizational skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to build relationships with staff, volunteers, RCMP members and other community partners/stakeholders
• Ability to work with diverse populations and people in crisis
• A willingness to sometimes work a flexible schedule to accommodate events
• Must be proficient in the use of technology
• Must use their own vehicle for travel involved; mileage will be reimbursed
• Must obtain and maintain an enhanced RCMP security clearance
• Ability to work with RCMP-VSU operational policies and procedures
• Complete all training through Alberta Justice and Solicitor General
• Knowledge and experience working in the Criminal Justice System would be and asset
This is a part-time position of 24 hours a week; wage offered is $23/hour
Please submit resume to:
Sandra Bembridge, Program Manager
High Prairie & District Victim Services
Thank you for your applications, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.