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Policy Advisor The candidate reports to the Assistant Commissioner of Policy and Training and is responsible for the research, crafting, editing, and presentation of policy and training initiatives for OCDV. Will work closely with the Assistant Commissioner of FJC Operations and the Executive and Deputy Directors of the Family Justice Centers to implement and coordinate city, state and federal requirements and implement and coordinate agency initiatives and directives to support a well-informed, diverse and inclusive institutional response to IPV. Quantitatively and qualitatively assess and analyze issues and potential initiatives, including an evaluation of best and/or promising practices related to services for survivors of IPV, elder abuse, sex trafficking, and other gender-based violence; Supervise policy analyst staff. Evaluate and report on compliance with city, state, and federal language access requirements for limited English proficient (LEP) people and access requirements for people with disabilities. Create, consult, inform and/or facilitate training on LGBTQ, LEP/Language Access, and disability issues related to survivors of IPV and other gender-base violence. Perform and oversee other tasks, including research, policy drafting, and agency document creation as directed. Represent OCDV on task forces, workgroups, and committees as needed.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college 2 years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties described above; or High school graduation or equivalent and 6 years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties as described above; or Education and/or experience which is equivalent to above. However, all candidates must have 1 year of experience. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university required; a Master’s Degree in public policy or public administration or Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university preferred. 2 years of relevant experience related to intimate partner and/or gender-based violence required; 5 years preferred. 2 years of experience related to one or more of the following issues required: immigrant, LGBTQ, disability-related, criminal and civil legal, legislative, New York City government, non-profit and/or anti-oppression; Two years of experience in training and facilitation preferred; instructional design and curriculum development preferred. Should have strong analytical and information-gathering skills. Proficiency in Spanish or another NYC top language preferred.
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