Referral Number: JPS.19.20.R0120
Employment type: 1 Temporary Position
Division: Corrections and Community Services
Position Group: NAPE - General Service
Department: Department of Justice and Public Safety
Closing Date: No closing date
Salary (scale): $35.47 - $39.69 hourly (CG - 40)
Labrador Allowance with dependent - $7,089; without dependents - $3,558
Travel Allowance for dependent - $809; for employee - $1,015
The Department of Justice and Public Safety ensures the impartial administration of justice and the protection of the public interest through the dual offices of the Attorney General and the Minister of Justice and Public Safety. Responsibilities of the department include family justice services, fines administration, support enforcement, policing, the sheriff's office, adult secure custody, adult probation services, secure youth justice services, victim services, fish and wildlife enforcement and administration of the courts. The department also both represents and provides legal services to the Crown including legal advice to departments, litigation, prosecution and legislative drafting services. The Department of Justice and Public Safety aims to improve public protection and access to justice in a manner that is sensitive to the diverse needs of its clients.
This is a highly responsible position with a mandate for the regional delivery and coordination of a comprehensive range of professional services and supports to meet the needs of crime victims (adult, children and families). This is completed by the delivery of Regional Services, assistance with Victim Impact Statements, referrals to professional counseling services and victims services assistants, and the Victims' Legal Fund. Victim Services Regional Coordinators are expected to operate with a significant degree of professional autonomy while delivering services, coordinating information and using intervention strategies with criminal justice personnel and other professionals as required. The incumbent will conduct psychosocial assessments, and work with appropriate resources to determine and coordinate case plans, deliver basic public legal information services, oversee regional staff, testify in the courts if required, coordinate overall case management plans, and assume a leadership role in the development and delivery of public and professional education sessions and workshops related to victimology.
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Applicant Information In accordance with the Labrador Inuit Lands Claim Agreement (LILCA) beneficiaries under the LILCA shall be given priority consideration.
NOTE: Beneficiaries of the LILCA will be processed prior to those internal to the NAPE GS bargaining unit.
For more information about this opportunity please call: Anita Stanley at (709)-729-0885.
How To Apply
Applications, quoting Competition Number JPS.19.20.R0120, should be submitted:
Human Resource Secretariat, Strategic Staffing Division
50 Mundy Pond Road
P.O. Box 8700
St. John's, NL, A1B 4J6