Community Training Residence Corrections Worker - COR000833
The Ministry of Justice, is seeking a confident, positive role model to work with individuals from various cultures who are in conflict with the law, to help facilitate a responsible and successful release back into the community. The Women's Community Training Residence is a 14-bed residence, housing sentenced inmates and probationers. The successful candidate will be required to operate in a structured community environment, develop, implement and monitor case plans with clients, write reports, work with a database, participate in one-to-one/group interventions regarding addictions, mental health issues and crisis counseling.
The successful candidate must have knowledge of human behavioural theories and related intervention strategies; case management principles and procedures; public health issues and risk factors and must have demonstrated their ability to develop, maintain, implement and adjust case plans.
A key aspect of your position will be your ability to maintain a balance between casework and the supervision and monitoring of offenders in a residential setting. The Training Residence is a 24 hour facility, therefore shift work and the ability to transport residents is a must. Proof of CPR and First Aid Certification and a valid driver's license is required for this position.
We are seeking candidates who will demonstrate the commitment to Justice's goals; act with honesty and integrity, treat everyone with dignity and respect, be committed to the pursuit of excellence, exhibit leadership and professionalism, embrace diversity and equality and be responsible and accountable.
Preference will be given to qualified equity group members who self-declare in this online application, as identified in "diversity groups" below
Diversity Groups: Aboriginal persons