Sexual Assault Response Project Coordinator

Location – Prince George

(Temporary Part-time)


The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator performs a variety of administrative and professional justice-related work in planning, consulting and coordinating effective services delivery responses to victims of sexual violence/assault.   A significant aspect of the work will involve public contact with service providers in community and exploring the following key areas:

  • A Multi-lens approach and analysis
  • Best Practices
  • Increase cultural competency/proficiency
  • Inclusive and effective Protocol Development
  • Creation of a local response that is relevant and specific to the needs

The project Coordinator will foster a coordinated engagement and consultative process to inform the development of a comprehensive response to sexual assault.  Consultation and collaboration within and between traditional and non-traditional stakeholders

Required Education, Training and Experience:

  • Diploma in human social services or related field
  • Six months relevant previous experience
  • Facilitation and Coordination
  • Computer experience
  • Use of a vehicle

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Coordination with a cross sectional representation from: law enforcement, local service providers, provincial government ministries,
  • Ensure policies, procedures, and protocols are adhered to
  • Continued development and review of protocols
  • Fulfilling the administrative functions of a Project Coordinator
  • With consultation, developing supportive resources for both Service Providers and victims
  • Recommendation of systemic changes in order to better serve the needs of victims of Sexual Assualt/Violence
  • Engagement and Consultation – identifying traditional and non-tradition stakeholders and developing round table opportunities for to inform process and develop a Sexual Assault Response Committee
  • Facilitation of 10 sessions (representing cross sector)
  • Review and assess previous protocols and develop applicable Protocols.  Analysis will include a multi-lens approach (best practice, gender based, cultural, trauma informed etc.) and will be informed by relevant legislation and policies.
  • Development of curriculum, resources, and tool kits.
  • Cross sector training of best practice and local Sexual Assault Response and Protocols.
  • Compilation and production of best practices document including scanning all existing literature on effective approaches to outreach and support to Victims of Sexual assault and violence
  • Collect and document the best practices emerging from the sessions
  • Responsible for fostering a spirit of cooperation and communication with service providers, aboriginal communities, law enforcement, health and government ministries that enhances the delivery of services and information to victims of Sexual Assault/Violence
  • Ensure that problems, concerns and complaints are addressed effectively and efficiently
  • Consult and liaise with community service agencies to maintain up-to-date information on available resources and develop community relations
  • Maintains related records in accordance with established policies and guidelines and produces reports as required
  • Complete final report, evaluation, financial statement and other project activity related reports as required by the funder
  • Strong ability to conduct research
  • Strong ability to maintain confidentiality and demonstrate a high degree of professional boundaries.
  • Excellent knowledge of community services and resources and ability to provide appropriate referrals to clients.
  • Knowledge and experience working with individuals facing multiple barriers.
  • Ability to work with diverse clientele.
  • Ability to develop community relationships and liaise with community service agencies.
  • Proficient computer literacy including database programs and strong record keeping skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Seek appropriate and timely managerial supervision and debriefing
  • Performs other duties as required

Salary Range:

$19.77- $23.04 (collective agreement)

Work Schedule:

15-18 hours per week

Anticipated Start Date:


To Apply:

This position is open until filled. Submit cover letter and resume to Bally Bassi,

Community, Social and Justice Programs Manager

in person or by email:

Bally Bassi

Community, Social and Justice Programs Manager

Prince George and District Elizabeth Fry Society

1575 – 5th Avenue

Prince George, BC, V2L 3L9

(250) 563-1113


This is a Union position.