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Organization TypePublic Interest
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileFaculty Facilitator (Adjunct) Duties: Developing, reviewing, and editing live and web-based training materials, curricula, and related resources. Recommending resources for use by prosecutors and allied professionals. Delivering presentations for international, national, state, and local multidisciplinary audiences. Working with a team and one-on-one with individual prosecutors and allied professionals to provide information and resources aimed at enhancing and refining their knowledge.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: 5 years of relevant experience. Additionally, a bachelor’s degree, law degree, medical degree, or graduate degree in a related field may be necessary, depending upon the standards of the profession. Experience as a prosecutor or as a professional working collaboratively with prosecutors is strongly preferred. Experience with public speaking and as a training facilitator. Demonstrated expertise in the field of sexual violence, intimate partner violence, stalking, and/or human trafficking. Excellent oral and written comprehension and expression required. Computer literacy, including strong Microsoft Word and PowerPoint skills. Exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills. Good judgment, both professionally and while interacting with allied professionals from a variety of backgrounds. Proficiency in a foreign language a plus.
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