|The City of Prince Rupert has re-issued its call for a Manager of the|
Prince Rupert Victim Services Program in the community
The summer season of job opportunities with the City of Prince Rupert continues with the quest for a new Victim Services manager to work with the local detachment of the RCMP.
The position, which is a re-posting of the position from March of this year, became available with the retirement of Marlene Swift, who served the community and has been praised for her work in the position for a number of years.
The contract position is based on funding that is provided through the Provincial Victim Services and Crime Prevention program and is usually for a five year term, with the opportunity for a continuous renewal.
The compensation is listed at $29.90 and hour based on a 25 hour work week
The program reports to the Prince Rupert RCMP Operations NCO and provides the delivery of support services to victims, witnesses, family members and others who have been impacted by crime and trauma.
Among some of those services are:
Emotional support and follow up support for as long as required;
Police requested crisis response;
Information on the status of the police investigation and the progress of the case through the court system;
Information on how the criminal justice system works and court orientation for witnesses who may be able to testify;
Assistance in completing Victim Impact Statements and in completing Crime Victim Assistance compensation forms; and
Referral to appropriate social, legal, financial counselling and other services.
The position comes with a range of duties and responsibilities, as well as Required skills, abilities and education, you can review all of those elements below:
|Details on the Victim Services Position with the City of Prince Rupert|
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The deadline for applicants is Friday, July 6th at 4PM
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