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Posted June 4, 2014 with June 16 close.
Position Type: Hourly, full-time + benefits
Project Overview: The Duluth Community Restorative Circles (DCRC) program has been developed in collaboration with advocacy and criminal justice partners from Duluth's Coordinated Community Response (CCR). The program is specifically designed for repeat offenders who have not responded to the mainstream interventions and offenders for whom mainstream criminal justice responses are not available, specifically LGBT and teen dating violence. This program uses restorative justice practices and is rooted in offender accountability and victim safety. Offenders participate in sentencing circles that hold the defendant accountable for their crime and develop consensus on an appropriate sentencing plan. Offenders and victims are never put in the same circle. Separate (and optional) support circles are offered for victims as well. Community volunteers are recruited and trained to participate in these circles with individual offenders and victims. This innovative program has shown great promise in its first years of operation, and has the potential to play an important role in communities utilizing a coordinated community response to domestic violence.
Position Summary: This full time position will maintain and continue to grow a collaborative restorative justice program serving victims and offenders (separately) in cases of domestic violence. The coordinator will be responsible for overall program and policy development along with recruiting, organizing and training volunteers, organizing circle schedules, contacting victims/offenders/family and collaborating with organizations and agencies.
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Application Due Date: June 16th
Posted May 23, 2014 with June 10 close.
Agency:District of Columbia Courts
This position is located in the Multi Door Dispute Resolution Division of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. The incumbent serves as the deputy to the Director of the Multi Door Dispute Resolution Division. In the absence of the Director, the Deputy operates with full administrative authority for the comprehensive operation and management of the Division.
TRAVEL REQUIRED: Not Required
Posted May 21, 2014 with June 11 close.
The Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center's (WDRC) Youth Conflict Resolution Education Program seeks a dynamic and creative AmeriCorps Member to provide specialized training in conflict resolution and communication in schools, the juvenile justice system, and other community agencies.
The WDRC is a nonprofit organization located in Bellingham, WA. Our mission is to provide and promote constructive and collaborative approaches to conflict through mediation, training, facilitation, and community education. We have three distinct program areas: Family, Community, and Youth.
Striving to normalize conflict, the Youth Program utilizes gender-specific and age-appropriate curricula to teach skills to youth in an interactive, engaging, and safe environment. Designed to build the capacity of young people to better manage conflict as it arises, and to learn skills to minimize the possibility of conflict escalating; the youth program makes an important contribution to the WDRC's vision of Whatcom County as a community in which people approach conflict in creative and healthy ways.
This position serves an integral role at the WDRC. The Member is responsible for supporting the Program Coordinator to coordinate and implement conflict resolution workshops and classroom presentations in partnership with local schools, Whatcom County Juvenile Court, Teen Court, and social service agencies.
These workshops empower youth to reflect on their own behavior in conflict, identify personal triggers and sources of conflict, and practice communication and problem solving skills. Youth build fundamental skills of conflict resolution including identifying needs, interpersonal problem solving, active listening, assertive speaking, and managing strong emotions.
Each year, with the help of our Member, we serve hundreds of youth throughout the County, working with every school district and more than 15 individual schools and community agencies.
To Apply: Send or drop off: cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Emily Wilson, Youth Program Coordinator, Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center, 13 Prospect Street, Suite 201 Bellingham, WA 98225.
Open until filled, however priority will be given to applications received by 5 pm on June 11th. We thank you for your application, but only applicants under consideration will be contacted.
Note: An electronic AmeriCorps Application is also required. This is a separate application and needs to be directed to our program site. Visit http://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps to apply online.
Posted April 18, 2014 with May 9 close.
Agency:District of Columbia Courts
Posted March 17, 2014 with no close listed.
Are you ready to fight for what you believe in? Do you want to do something to make a difference? Are you looking to work in the social and economic justice movement? If you answered 'Yes' to any of the questions above then the SEIU Organizer In Training program is for you!
The Organizer-In-Training Program is a 12-month training program. This program is designed to help train you on the many aspects of union organizing and learn skills that can be used in many aspects of the social justice movement. Candidate should have a track record of working or volunteering for underdogs and overlooked causes. Must be willing to work in stressful, hectic campaign environment and bring strong field and relational skills.
We are looking for energetic and passionate individuals who are ready to organize people to fight for better lives for themselves and their families. This is your opportunity to put your commitment to social and economic justice to work by learning the skills needed to build power for working people.
To apply: Cover letter and resume are required for consideration for this position. Cover letters should describe your qualifications, experience and career goals, as well as a brief description of why you want to work to realize SEIU's vision for building a strong union.
SEIU is an Equal Opportunity Employer
It's not just a job….It's a movement!
Posted December 26, 2013 with no close listed, position begins August 2014.
The Center for Applied Conflict Management and the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs at Kent State University seek to fill a non-tenure-track (NTT) position in the field of Applied Conflict Management beginning in August 2014. The successful applicant will have extensive practical experience so as to coordinate campus conflict management services with the Office of Student Conduct, establish a campus mediation clinic, recruit and train student peer mediators, provide trainings in conflict management skills, and teach in the undergraduate Applied Conflict Management degree program. This is primarily a practitioner position with teaching secondary. Graduate degree in conflict management, counseling, higher education, or a related field required; PhD a plus but not necessary. The NTT position may be renewable given the availability of funding. Kent State University is located 30 minutes from the Cleveland and Akron metropolitan areas and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Review of applications will begin February 3, 2014 and will continue until the position is filled. A curriculum vitae, a letter of application detailing experience and skills, a teaching/training portfolio, and three letters of reference should be uploaded at https://jobs.kent.edu. Direct inquiries to Todd Kamenash, Director of the Office of Student Conduct firstname.lastname@example.org, or to Patrick Coy, Director of the Center for Applied Conflict Management email@example.com. Kent State University: http://www.kent.edu/
Posted October 19, 2013 with no close listed.
Hiring Range: $40,256 - $50,320
Posted October 19, 2013 with no close listed.
The Office of Parent and Family Programs (OPFP) under the Division of Student Affairs is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Director. The OPFP provides a link between ECU and the parents and family members of students and is the campus resource for addressing and responding to parent questions, issues and concerns. The Assistant Director works to continue to maintain and develop an expanding array of programs and services to meet the evolving needs of families/parents of ECU undergraduate students. Specific duties include: Plan and implement events designed to facilitate relationship building and support opportunities both in Greenville and beyond through (new student orientation) Parent Program, Week of Welcome events, Family weekend, Spring Fling, graduation celebration and regionally hosted events, such as Senior Sendoffs and Admitted Student yield events; Provide timely response, information, and support to family members of ECU students who seek assistance via telephone, email, and forms of social media such as parent and family programs website, Facebook and Twitter; Oversee production of publications such as parent and family handbook (with Dean of Students Office) and Parents monthly electronic newsletter; Conduct continuous outreach to parent and family members to ensure all families feel welcome and connected to ECU from admission to graduation. This includes outreach to underrepresented groups of parents affiliating with Parent and Family Programs and the families of underrepresented students; In partnership with Student Orientation Programs, facilitate parent orientation programs during new student and transfer orientation; Serve as a liaison to the ECU Parents Association including updating and developing promotional materials, facilitating membership intake process and throughout the year, convening Association officers and area representatives, utilize Parent and Family Association member as sounding board for campus as appropriate, Manage Parent and Family Programs budget and expenses as well as data management software; Consult with University faculty and administrators to develop cooperative strategies for compliant resolution; Compile annual statistics and analysis to improve student retention; Co-manage Parent and Family Programs administrative staff and potential Graduate Assistant. The Assistant Director reports to the Student Affairs Director of Development and works with the Director to advance shared goals for annual giving and major gift fundraising including the Parent Advancement Council and special projects related to the Annual Giving Program, particularly as it relates to parent fundraising; strategically implement development goals of the Division and University; and provide staffing and support for the Director for Development and Student Affairs Parent Advisory Council; participate in the planning and implementation of cultivation/stewardship events and donor/prospect communications; assist with the parent as directed by the Director; serve on Student Affairs Division and University committees as requested; in collaboration with Dean of Students Office, Administer University processes in death of student with family and notification to University community; and other duties as assigned.
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