New Job Probation Officer / Community Youth Worker - Eligibility List In Saskatchewan
|Probation Officer / Community Youth Worker - Eligibility List|
Probation Officer / Community Youth Worker - Eligibility List
Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $30.93–$38.76 an hour
Location : Saskatchewan
The Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety provides a fair justice system that promotes safe and secure communities; provides supervision and rehabilitative services for adult and young offenders; and ensures that effective policing programs uphold the rule of law and protect society and the rights of individuals.
We have an opportunity for term employment as a Probation Officer/Community Youth Worker within Community Corrections, Regina office. Your primary goal will be to work within an integrated and collaborative client service approach providing programs and services to adults and young offenders.
You will also:
Work closely with adolescents/adults in an environment with varying diverse needs, gender differences, and cultural and spiritual belief systems;
Collaborate with community agencies, other organizations, and government personnel;
Compose and complete court and violation reports, community collateral, and curfew checks;
Perform home/community assessments;
Conduct/complete risk assessments, and develop and implement case management plans;
Develop and initiate programming and interventions;
Develop and maintain accurate and updated client files/records; and
Work with victims of criminal offences.
To qualify, you will possess a degree in human services in any of the following fields: Social Work, Indigenous Social Work, Human Justice, Education, Arts: Justice Studies, Psychology, Sociology, Criminology, Police Studies and Indigenous Studies or possess grandfathering provisions in accordance with Community Corrections qualifications. A degree from an accredited university or college that does not focus on human behaviour along with acceptable correctional and/or human behavioural work experience may be considered.
You will be able to demonstrate knowledge and experience in:
Contributing factors of criminal behaviours;
Theories and intervention strategies including cognitive behavioural approaches and
Systemic barriers that affect individuals and communities.
This position is required to travel and work flexible hours, which sometimes may involve evenings. A valid driver’s license is required.
This eligibility list will fill ongoing term positions and is in effect from the closing date of this posting to 6 months.