All OCYA staff contribute to the office’s advocacy work. All staff also have primary responsibilities for certain functions in the office. Some examples of these roles and primary responsibilities include:
- Public Education Specialists – provide public education to young people and other stakeholders
- Indigenous Engagement Consultants – work with indigenous individuals and communities on issues affecting young people who are receiving government services
- Investigators – identify systemic issues arising from serious injury or death of a child receiving services, or in care or custody
- Advocates – provide individual advocacy services to young people who are receiving government services
- Administrative Support – provide various administrative functions that support the operation of the OCYA
There are no current opportunities at this time.
The OCYA supports post-secondary students through a practicum process. Please contact Jay Vandermeulen for further information on practicum opportunities: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the specialized nature of services offered by the OCYA, the prospective practicum student must be completing their bachelor’s or master’s degree.