Bilingual Case Coordinator - Community Restorative Justice

The Bilingual Case Coordinator (BCC) position within the Community Restorative Justice (CRJ) program primarily works on coordinating restorative justice cases, working with offenders, victims, volunteers, and community stakeholders from the point of intake through process completion, in close collaboration with fellow CRJ program staff. The BCC regularly develops and delivers training for referring agents and volunteers, maintains community partnerships, and supports LCJP staff in various projects not directly relating to casework. The BCC is also responsible for reporting, development, and management of all programs within the CRJ Office. The position’s duties include the mentoring of volunteer facilitators, providing support for volunteer development, facilitating 1-2 restorative justice cases each month, and assisting with CRJ’s RESTORE program and conferences.

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Coordinator - Restorative Practices

SUMMARY: Grant funded position responsible for developing and coordinating Jefferson County Public School's District-wide Restorative Practices (RP) implementation plan. This will include training and support for school staff, community partners, and families. This work is a priority for the District's Diversity and Inclusion and Discipline Office. 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Professional Learning & Technical Support
  • Implement district-developed RP professional learning to include central, school based, and community training. 
  • Provide ongoing, technical support and consultation for principals, teachers, and school personnel on RP.
  • Conduct informational presentations for district departments, schools, families and community partners related to RP.
  • Assist school and central teams in enhancing intervention frameworks.
  • Integrate RP in school climate and culture. 
  • Curate and share educational materials for schools and classroom teachers.
  • Facilitate and model proactive and responsive circles and formal conferences.
  • Collaborate with district content experts to evaluate current curricula and other educational materials and programming related to analyze, and as necessary, develop school policies and practices related to RP.

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Full Circle Restorative Justice Executive Director

Full Circle Restorative Justice (FCRJ) is accepting applications for a 30-hour/week Executive Director.  The position provides leadership and coordination for the FCRJ organization and its programs.  This includes working closely with the Board of Directors, staff and volunteers at the Salida office location.  Open to candidates working part-time remotely within FCRJ’s service area.

Minimum Qualifications: Experience with Restorative Justice principles and practices preferred. Non-profit management, leadership in developing programs, organizational and financial plans, grant writing and community relations and communications.

Compensation: Between $3,250 and $3,600 per month, depending on background and experience.

Full job description is available at the FCRJ web site, https://fullcirclerj.org/.  Interested persons should submit a letter of interest, resume and the names of three professional references and writing sample to:  fullcirclerj@gmail.com.  Applications will be accepted until November 30, 2018.  Background checks are required.

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