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Career Opportunity – Victim Services Worker



Application Deadline: May 13th, 2024


Located in the scenic Northern Rocky Mountain Trench 185 km north of Prince George, Mackenzie offers superb four-season outdoor recreation opportunities and an exceptional quality of life. Housing costs are among the most affordable in the province. Local recreation amenities include an arena, swimming pool, fitness center, ski hill and large multi-use trail network.

The District of Mackenzie seeks a customer-oriented individual to join their RCMP Detachment in the Victim Services role. This position oversees the Detachment’s victim services program, provides support services to victims, youth and families and liaises with RCMP members and a variety of government and community services. The primary responsibilities for this position involve providing clients at scenes of critical events or at client follow up meetings emotional support, referrals to community resources, and information on justice system processes. Responsibilities also include preparing and maintaining a variety of records, reports, correspondence, and assisting in the preparation and monitoring of an operational budget. The Victim Services Worker performs duties under minimal supervision.

To qualify for this position, your education will include completion of grade 12 supplemented by courses in the field of social science including sociology, psychology, criminology or a related discipline, plus considerable related experience in a police environment, victim services program, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. You will have considerable knowledge of the rules and regulations governing program activities, practices and techniques of crisis intervention and follow-up support, principles, practices and terminology used in documenting client contacts and maintaining related files, and sound knowledge of available community resources.

The successful applicant must be a team player with a positive attitude who collaborates with others in a courteous and tactful manner, and displays diplomacy with members of the general public, as well as internal and external clients.

The successful candidate must obtain and maintain an RCMP Enhanced Reliability Clearance and have a valid driver’s license.

This position is 18 hours per week at an hourly rate of $36.15. The successful candidate must be flexible for after-hour callouts. If you feel your education and experience have prepared you for a position such as this, please submit your resume and covering letter detailing your work experience, education and qualifications to:

District of Mackenzie
Bag 340 – 1 Mackenzie Blvd.
Mackenzie, BC, V0J 2C0
Attention: Kerri Borne, Chief Financial Officer
Email: ac.eiznekcamfotcirtsid@irrek

The District thanks all interested applicants in advance, however only those short-listed will be contacted.


*Applications will be accepted beyond the April 5th, 2024 deadline if no suitable candidate has been selected.*

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