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PSN PROJECT COORDINATOR - Department of Public Safety



Department of Public Safety

Open: January 30, 2024-until filled


The PSN Project Coordinator will coordinate with key Tribal departments and staff to oversee the Youth Violence Response Team meetings, community engagement, input meetings, and implementation of the program's strategic plan, data collections, and PSN grant management. The Project Coordinator will case manage the youth participants involved in the project's programming by providing case tracking, follow-up, and implementation of restorative and intervention practices by coordinating cultural workshops. Reports to the Director of Public Safety, Full-time position with benefits. Salary; DOQ


• Coordinates Youth Violence Response Team (YVRT) project goals and objectives with key Tribal Departments, including but not limited to: Public Safety, Red Lake Tribal Courts, Recidivism Reduction Initiative, LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion), Red Lake School staff, and other core programs and members.

• Conducts meetings with YVRT and community districts for input and to carry out team goals

• Participate in peacemaking circle training and other restorative practices

• Works with youth involved with the program by providing case management

• Assists with obtaining transportation or programming related needs of program participants as needed

• Provide case management reports to Public Safety Director and Tribal Court

• Conducts GAINSS assessments of program participants as required

• Coordinates and assist with cultural workshops with the cultural community advisors within the project

• Assists with community engagement events as required

• Management of PSN grant activities


• B.A. Degree preferred but not mandatory; or a combination of education, work experience and training

• Knowledge of Ojibwe history, culture and value system

• Possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals of various economic, educational and cultural backgrounds

• Ability to set boundaries, resolve conflict and de-escalate issues

• Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel, etc.

• Ability to organize/maintain detailed records; complete necessary paperwork

• Possess strong writing and oral communication skills

• Ability to work independently, without close supervision and varying hours

• Valid Minnesota driver's license and auto insurance

• Employment contingent upon successfully passing Pre-Employment Drug/Alcohol Test and Background Check

TO APPLY: Applications are being accepted at the Red Lake Human Resources Department, P.O. Box 546, Red Lake, MN 56671 Phone (218) 679-1847.


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