For a full job description and to apply go to www.careers.gov.sk.ca and click on non permanent opportunties.
The successful candidate will have knowledge of the Criminal Justice System; theories and intervention strategies and indicators and dynamics of addictions, domestic violence, poverty, mental health, disabilities, family relationships, abuse and neglect and their impacts. The successful candidate will have excellent written and verbal skills; the ability to engage resistant individuals; and the ability to accurately assess, develop and adjust case, treatment and intervention plans based on client needs.
Typically the knowledge and abilities required for this position would be acquired through an applied professional degree in human services, or an equivalent combination of directly related experience and training combined with related community experience. We are seeking candidates who will demonstrate a 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.
We are committed to workplace diversity