La Ronge Community Alcohol Management Plan Coordinator

The contractor will report to the Director of the Northern Alcohol Strategy, Community
Safety and Well-Being Branch, Integrated Justice Services during the contract period.
This position will provide support to the Lac La Ronge region Community Alcohol
Management Planning (CAMP) Committee as well as assisting with the wider work of
the Northern Alcohol Strategy (NAS). The coordinator will support regional efforts to
reduce alcohol harms and find collaborative opportunities to increase community safety
and well-being.

The Coordinator will:
• Assist with the organization and implementation of events delivered on behalf of
CAMP/NAS in the La Ronge area (trainings, engagement sessions, etc.)
• Assist with facilitating communication between stakeholders
• Perform duties related to administration/coordination of Lac La Ronge’s regional
CAMP such as budgeting, creating and distributing meeting agendas and minutes,
chairing meetings, and other administrative duties as required by the CAMP
Committee.
• Lead community engagement efforts for the La Ronge region (surveys, etc.)
• Assist with the organization and implementation of events delivered on behalf of
CAMP/NAS in the La Ronge area (trainings, engagement sessions, etc.)
• Assist with facilitating communication between stakeholders
• Support the writing of grant applications or other funding requests on behalf of
CAMP
• Promote CAMP to other organizations, leadership, and the public through
presentations, communications, and frequent activity on the CAMP Facebook
page
• Follow-up on action items as identified by the CAMP Committee (research,
coordinating community initiatives, connecting stakeholders, etc.)
• Reporting on initiatives undertaken with respect to the CAMP
• Work alongside SGI’s Traffic Safety Coordinators to ensure collaboration when
appropriate
• Ensure community plans are constructed and implemented with an achievable
action plan framework that is grassroots informed
• Identify and measure evaluation of community outcomes through available data
• Analysis of issues that have impact across various sectors
• Analysis of the impact of legislation and leadership in implementation of
community plans in relation to community safety and wellbeing for broader NAS
objectives
• Promoting innovative approaches to addressing underlying social issues by
effectively bridging and utilizing existing resources whenever possible to maximize
community outcomes
• Identifying areas to expand the committee to address broader community-led
safety and well-being planning as identified by the community and other
stakeholders

This is a full-time position with the option to work reduced or flexible hours as agreed
upon by the CAMP Committee and NAS Director or designate.
An hourly wage of $30-$35/ hr is available depending upon applicant experience.
A valid driver’s license and ability to obtain liability insurance is a requirement of the
position.

Resume and cover letter can be sent to: northernalcoholstrategy@gov.sk.ca
Posted October 17th, 2021. Competition will remain open until
filled