Hi all. The TimeBank is looking for a restorative justice coordinator to join our team. See this link for full details.
We're accepting cover letters and resumes through September 20th. For more information and to apply, email Lorrie at email@example.com.
The Restorative Justice Coordinator - Float position will support the implementation and development of the Dane County TimeBank’s Restorative Justice Project in alignment with the TimeBank’s mission, vision, values, and philosophy:
Mission: To connect people in sharing time and talents to meet needs, improve systems, and address community issues throughout Dane County.
Vision: An interconnected community in which meaningful relationships drive collective change.
By 2023, the authentic way in which the Dane County TimeBank approaches community issues will have inspired systems and social change. The active engagement of members will have generated recognized impact on an individual and collective level. The organization will be modeling resource sharing and community building that breaks down walls between diverse groups and demonstrates mutual respect and support for all.
• Assets – Everyone has something to contribute to the well-being of others in their community. • Reciprocity – We need each other. Giving and receiving are the basic building blocks of positive social relationships and healthy communities.
• Respect – Every human being matters. Everyone deserves respect from individuals and civic institutions.
• Social Capital – Belonging to a mutually supportive social network brings more meaning to our lives and new opportunities to rebuild our trust in one another.
• Work – Some work is beyond price. Those who carry out the really essential activities like bringing up healthy children, helping to keep their communities safe, and caring for those around them, need to be validated and rewarded for their work.
Restorative Justice Philosophy: The TimeBank is in alignment with the YWCA's definition of Restorative Justice, which states, "Restorative justice is an anti-racist movement rooted in indigenous knowledge that aims to interrupt and dismantle the cycle of harm through collective, radical, vulnerability and love. Restorative Justice recognizes the need to heal and repair the historical and transgenerational harm from our society’s practices and systems of retributive and unjust laws that are embedded in white supremacist culture. Restorative justice is about nurturing relationships and interconnectedness and empowering communities to meet our needs and mend the relationships that make us whole."
Please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 20th to apply. Feel free to email with questions as well.
|Posted Sep. 9, 2019 by Lorrie Hurckes Dwyer|