Employment Central - Community Safety Supervisor - Competition #9130-23-215-03

Community Safety Supervisor - Competition #9130-23-215-03

First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun

Fulfilling the day to day administration and delivery of a culturally appropriate Community Security and Safety Initiative for the community of the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun (FNNND) this is a great opportunity to implement effective and efficient community safety and security programs in the FNNND community and oversees the management of the Community Safety Officer program. It is an opportunity to provide advice and assistance to community and citizens on safer community, policing and justice related matters. It is an advantage to foster positive relationships and partnerships through liaising and collaborating with agencies who are working with FNNND including Yukon Government, Canada/Federal Government, the RCMP, Village of Mayo and other non-government organizations. 

The successful candidate will have knowledge and familiarity with community justice philosophies, codes and acts of the Yukon and likes working in the formal justice system in the areas of youth justice, adult protection, corrections, probations and community wellness. This person has the enthusiasm, patience, empathy and ability to foster positive relationships and partnerships through liaising and collaborating with community and agencies who is knowledgeable of Aboriginal Peoples history with formal justice, residential and child welfare systems and familiarity with FNNND history, culture, goals and aspirations. 

The ideal candidate has a diploma in Criminology, Law/ Aboriginal Justice or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years of successful experience related to criminal and/or restorative justice. 
Facilitation skills and experience leading meetings, delivering training, and providing access to professional development. 
Experience working in partnership with other criminal justice agencies, First Nations and the RCMP in a First Nation community is an asset. 
The candidate must have the ability to exercise and apply good judgement, discretion, confidentiality, tact and diplomacy with patience and empathy in dealing with stressful and emotional situations. 

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