Remote Indigenous Justice Coordinator
The Prince George Sexual Assault Centre

Indigenous Justice Program Objective

To provide holistic, culturally safe services to Indigenous people from our partner community. The Justice Program is responsible for assisting clients as they navigate the criminal justice system with a focus on restorative justice.



  • Employee of The Prince George Sexual Assault Centre (PGSAC)
  • Full time position – 35 hours per week
  • Wage is based on education and experience
  • One-year contract with possibility of renewal
  • This position requires a minimum of 2 weeks per month in a remote Indigenous Community and the remainder of the time working out of our Prince George office.


Position Duties

  • Support community members who are involved in the criminal justice system.
  • Coordinate and participate in restorative justice services and circles.
  • Assist clients to develop alternative measures and healing plans.
  • Liaise with relevant Indigenous and non-Indigenous community agencies and services.
  • Advocate for members and help them navigate the justice system.
  • Coordinate and facilitate land-based healing camps.
  • Report statistics and complete narrative reporting for the Indigenous Justice Program.
  • Participate as part of a multi-disciplinary team. And work with others towards fulfillment of program and organizational objectives.
  • Assessment & Planning. Maintaining complete and confidential records.
  • Understand the impacts of colonization and racism.



  • BSW, BA (Criminology, Policing or relevant related discipline) or a comparable degree at a bachelor’s or graduate level. Consideration may be given to a combination of relevant education and experience.
  • Experience in case management.
  • Ability to acquire and apply knowledge of the criminal justice system, restorative justice, and conflict resolution.
  • Familiarity with Indigenous way of knowing.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.
  • Ability to build relationships.
  • Oral and written communication skills.
  • Computer literacy.
  • Knowledge and experience working in northern remote communities considered an asset.


Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required

  • An understanding of systemic racism.
  • Gender and sexual identity awareness as well as cultural awareness
  • Understanding of the social and systemic dynamics that perpetuate the over-representation of Indigenous people in the criminal justice system.
  • Ethical, trustworthy and respectful.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Motivated to keep all internal communications, healthy, respectful, productive and confidential.
  • Excellent time management and organizational skills.


Position Details

  • Successful completion of a criminal record check, including clearance to work with vulnerable people.
  • Application will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found.
  • Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references.
  • We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage people of all genders, ability, cultures, race, sexuality and those identifying from a marginalized group to apply.
  • Only those short-listed will be notified.
  • Submit all documents by email to Executive Director, Lynnell Halikowski at
  • We strongly discourage interested applicant from calling with inquiries.




Lynnell Halikowski
Executive Director
1460 4th Ave
Prince George
V2L 3J7
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