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ProfileDeputy Project Director The candidate will be overseeing clinical, behavioral health, court operations, and potentially other departments. Will be supervising senior staff and a range of professionals including social workers, case managers, attorneys, interns, and researchers. Coordinating efforts of resource coordinators, intake and clinical staff to maximize effectiveness of alternative to detention and incarceration programming, including social services and compliance monitoring for criminal justice involved populations. Maintaining and establishing relationships with court players, community-based social service programs and other criminal justice agencies and partners. Working with judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and other court administrators to ensure program operations run smoothly. Overseeing day-to-day program management and development. Overseeing the quality of program data and materials, refining and improving workflow and case processing when necessary. Devising and implementing strategies for improving department cohesiveness and interdepartmental communication. Assisting in coordinating research, planning, and reporting activities. Assisting the Project Director and the Center’s Development team in grant management and writing, which includes monthly and quarterly reporting to funders and opportunities for new initiatives. Developing procedures and protocols to help track and meet grant deliverables. Helping facilitate conversations with senior staff to identify, sustain, and explore new funding sources, and to develop and coordinate new initiatives. Hosting funders and site visitors to Brooklyn Justice Initiatives and the Brooklyn Criminal and Supreme Courthouses. Coordinating and leading special task forces and working groups on relevant issues. Assisting Project Director with administrative responsibilities as needed. Attending Brooklyn Justice Initiatives’ events after hours as needed.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have an advanced degree in law, public administration, social work, or a related discipline and have 5+ years of post-graduate experience. 5+ years of supervisory experience and knowledge of the criminal justice system required. Excellent public speaking, communications, interpersonal, and writing skill is required. Should have JD degree /PHD or other Doctoral degree and Master degree and MSW
Deadline: April 6, 2018
Send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements and writing sample with Deputy Project Director as the subject line of the email.
Center For Court Innovation
Brownsville Community Justice Center
444 Thomas S. Boyland Street
Brooklyn, NY 11212