The Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton is looking for a part-time Program Facilitator for its Edmonton Attendance Center Anger Management and Addictions Programs. This is a part time position with up to 30 hours per week and will include some Main Office duties.
The Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton Attendance Center Programs are Addictions and Anger Management Programs for those with involvement in the criminal justice system. These programs are focused on facilitating a deeper understanding of the nature of anger and addiction, with a view to advancing an individual’s ability to manage these challenges effectively, and build increasingly positive relationships with themselves, their friends and families, as well as the community at large. These programs will address the realities that participants face in their daily lives and provide the skills and knowledge needed to make healthy life choices, thereby preventing future involvement in the criminal legal system. In our Main Office the focus is on connecting individuals with vital community resources, information and support, as well as various in house programs.
Program Content and Delivery
Program Assessment and Evaluation
This position will help with the organization and facilitation of Edmonton Attendance Center Anger Management and Addictions Programs, as well as some Main office duties
Actively participate as an Attendance Center team member with other facilitators and the Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton Attendance Center Manager
Complete intake for participants
Facilitate programming at the Edmonton Attendance Center
Develop, update and administer assessments and evaluations of participants
Provide information and referrals to individuals as needed
Maintain and submit statistics and time sheets to the Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton Attendance Center Programs Manager
Work within the program budget
Develop and maintain curriculae, resources and materials
Prepare information for program changes or expansion
Degree or Diploma in a related field an asset
Experience in working with the criminal justice system an asset
Awareness and understanding of the TRC Calls to Action an asset
Strong writing and communication skills
Experience in group facilitation
Must be culturally aware and sensitive to working with diverse cultures
Must be non-judgmental, empathetic, and sincere
Ability to work with minimal supervision
Maturity and reliability
Access to reliable transportation to the Edmonton Attendance Center and Main Office
Ability to satisfy a police security check
Ability to satisfy a Vulnerable Sectors Record Check
Flexibility in working hours (will require evenings and weekends)
THIS POSITION IS SUBJECT TO FUNDING AVAILABILITY.
THIS POSITION WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ALL POSITIONS ARE FILLED.
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DEADLINE: December 19, 2017
At the Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton, we are often looking for volunteers. Read the position description below:
Volunteers are a vital component of the Society. They make invaluable service contributions to our Board of Directors, staff and all Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton programs such as:
How to apply:
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Tamara Chomyc at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your resume, a professional reference (email address preferred), and if you have interest in volunteering with a specific program.