Activator CRF Residence Workers:
Residence Workers are the frontline staff of our organization; They play a huge role in the successful transition of our residents back into the community, whether that be Prince George or elsewhere. As a Residence Worker, you will obtain the skills and training to be able to assess risk and help minimize recidivism in our community. Residents Workers support our residents in addressing barriers and stigma to help obtain employment, housing, and education while also providing them with the tools on how to live a healthy, balanced, and pro-social life.
'Aghelh Nebun Residence Workers:
'Aghelh Nebun Residence Workers support and encourage all residents during their healing journey at 'Aghelh Nebun; Residents Workers are educated and experienced in many different Indigenous Ceremonies and often participate in many aspects of camp such as Talking Circles & Sweat Lodge Ceremonies. Our Residence Workers encourage residents to live a pro-social holistic lifestyle that ensures your emotional, physical, spiritual, and mental aspects are well-balanced. 'Aghelh Nebun Residence Workers support the gradual reintegration into the community that ensures that all residents will have the skills and employment training to be successful once they leave camp.
Director of Operations:
The Director of Operations is responsible for screening all offenders that are interested in coming to either Activators or 'Aghelh Nebun; They participate bi-weekly in the Community Corrections Interventions Board (CCIB) meetings to collaborate and consult with community partners when screening potential residents.
Activator CRF House Manager & 'Aghelh Nebun Camp Supervisor
The primary role of our House Manager & Camp Supervisor is to ensure both facilities can operate 24/7 365 days a year. Both positions make sure our facilities are adequately staffed and that all staff receive the proper training and understand our protocols and procedures.
Enhanced Supervision Worker
Our Enhanced Supervision Worker (ESW) works with a specialized caseload that often consists of residents that Corrections Service of Canada considers "high-risk" or simply needing extra support. Our ESW provides extra supervision and support to residents that often face extra barriers and challenges while they reintegrate into our community.