Jan 022016
 
Criminal justice work of Canadian Friends Service Committee (Quakers) seeks to prevent, repair and move beyond harm.

CFSC has a staff position available at the national office, Toronto. The Quakers Fostering Justice (QFJ) Program Coordinator is a half-time position (17.5 work hours/week). They support the work of the QFJ volunteer program committee which sets directions for the program, and is involved in program delivery. Work includes:

  • Research, education and writing on criminal justice-related issues
  • Policy dialogue on criminal justice-related issues
  • Administer community-based grants program, workshops and training
  • Relationship building in the criminal justice community
  • Administrative support to the program and program activities

Compensation: $23,504 – 26,100/annual to start, plus generous benefits package
 
For detailed information see the full job description (PDF).
 
For more information about CFSC and its work on criminal justice issues, visit https://quakerservice.ca/our-work/justice/
 
How to Apply:
If you have the gifts and skills required, we welcome your submission including:
 

  • Cover letter
  • Three references (1 personal, 2 work-related)
  • Resume outlining your qualifications and your interest/leading to serve as staff within CFSC

Please email your application package to CFSC at: cfsc@quakerservice.ca No phone calls, please. While we wish to acknowledge all applicants, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
 
Application Deadline: 9 am (Eastern) on Monday 22 February 2016.
 
Canadian Friends Service Committee is an equal opportunity employer.