YCJA Intervenor

(Youth Criminal Justice Act)

(Maternity leave replacement)

Mino Obigiwasin Services Enfance & Famille Anicinape was set up to provide child and family services to the Anicinape population. This follows an agreement signed with CISSSAT to manage youth protection for the 4 Anicinape communities: Kitcisakik, Lac Simon, Abitibiwinni (Pikogan) and Long Point (Winneway). Mino Obigiwasin's vision is to ensure a stable, safe, happy, and culturally rooted environment for all Anicinape children and families.


In keeping with Mino Obigiwasin's mission, orientations, values and general policies, the incumbent is responsible for assessing the child's situation under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (YCJA). Under the authority of the Clinical Director and within the framework of the responsibilities conferred on him/her by the Provincial Director, the intervener will be called upon to implement the appropriate measures under the YCJA, based on an analysis of all the factors that led the young person to commit an offence.


  • Assess the situation and make recommendations to help guide the DPCP;
  • Evaluation and referral of extrajudicial measures: meet with the youth and determine the measure, as well as write the evaluation-referral report;
  • Application of extrajudicial measures: follow-up on the measure and drafting of the end-of- sanction report, denunciation if the measure has not been successful;
  • Pre-Decision Report (PDR): meet with youth and family, inventory services received, use of tool to assess risk level for recidivism or sex offender profile, consult with victim, write report and determine PDR recommendations for court, and present report to court;
  • Sentence follow-up (court order): probationary follow-up if ordered, use of intervention tools, intervention with parents, management of breaches, denunciation report if applicable, emergency measures if needed and court review measure (refer to court and write report), draw up intervention plan, write sentence follow-up report, manage custody (open or closed), deferred custody, community supervision;
  • Presence in court during YCJA Tribunals;
  • Authorize detentions;
  • Manage appearances during pre-trial detention (attendance at the appearance and follow-up with the family);
  • Inform youth of the process and their rights during detention;
  • Assess criteria for adult sentencing, participate in decision-making committee and write report.


  • Bachelor's degree in social work, psychoeducation or equivalent;
  • Membership in a professional order;
  • Relevant training (asset): Pacis, j-soap, sentence calculation, lotus, YLS, LS and breach management;
  • Relevant experience in youth protection intervention;
  • Knowledge and experience in the First Nations environment an asset;
  • Class 5 driver's license.


  • Maternity leave replacement;
  • 35 hours per week;
  • Full range of benefits including group insurance with employer contribution after 3 months and pension fund (RBA) after 6 months with employer contribution at 182%;
  • Reimbursement of annual professional dues;
  • Flexible working hours and 10 sick leaves and 5 wellness leaves per year;
  • Work-life balance;
  • Dynamic and creative team.

Starting date

Effective immediatly

Interested candidates should send their curriculum vitae to:

Ressources humaines / Human Resources

Bureau administratif/Administrative office

1399 chemin Sullivan

Val-d’Or (Québec) J9P 6V6

Tel : (819) 975-5535 x 1050


Hiring priority

Priority is given to First Nations and Inuit of Quebec. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Specifically for this replacement, any candidate with a technical background may be considered.