Mediation Services is currently hiring! See the job posting here.
Our volunteers are highly skilled, dependable, spirited, and generous . Volunteers are the cornerstone of our organization and their dedication, energy and commitment are vital to the work we do.
As a collective, it is important that our volunteers reflect the diversity of our community (ie. with respect to ethnic origin, income level, education level, gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, etc.) and also demonstrate understanding of local cultures and social justice issues.
Thank you to all our volunteers who help us celebrate and promote restorative justice in our community.
Current Volunteer Opportunity:
Mediation and Restorative Action– work directly with those impacted by conflict. Please see additional requirements below.
Becoming a Volunteer
Thank you for your interest in volunteer opportunities for Mediation Services. Mediation Services is fortunate to have a number of interested volunteers. If you would like to sign up to be on the volunteer wait list, please fill out the application form in full and submit it along with a current resume.
Currently there is low vacancy for volunteering in our Victim Offender Mediation program. Applications are being accepted and will be reviewed annually each September. Only applicants who have submitted both the application and a resume will be considered. If sending your application via email, please submit your resume in PDF format (easy free online converters are available such as http://www.wordtopdf.com" )
Please fill out and submit the Volunteer Application along with a current resume to the Volunteer Coordinator. Applications are kept on file for one year and candidates are reviewed throughout the year as positions become available.
If accepted after the initial interview, potential volunteers are expected to attend the required training and orientation before beginning as a volunteer.
Extensive training is required for those interested in our Victim Offender Mediation program; furthermore, such volunteers are expected to participate in an apprenticeship program and commit to a minimum of two years.
Due to a high level of interest, we are unable to interview every applicant. A careful review of each application will be made to determine which of the applicants will be invited for an interview. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted for an interview.
Commit to a minimum of two shifts (approximately 3 hours each) per month for a minimum period of 2 years
- Posses a valid email address and respond to emails within a timely manner
- Submit a current criminal record check (if accepted after the initial interview)
- Additional requirements for specific volunteer positions (see detailed requirements)
Become a member today!
Your membership includes:
- Regular Mediation Services updates, new and communication
- A right to vote on all decisions made at our annual general meeting
- Advanced notice on workshops, training and seminars hosted by Resolution Skills Centre
- Satisfaction of supporting a leading resource in conflict resolution in Manitoba
- Invitation to our Annual General Meeting
- Notice of upcoming Mediation Services and restorative justice events;
Mediation Services Yearly Membership
If you’d like to support Mediation Services and be the first to know about upcoming events, training and organizational news, become a member!