The Restorative Justice Specialist is an exciting position for an energetic professional interested in delivering restorative justice services and programming in southern Oregon. The position of Restorative Justice Specialist is an entry-level position with opportunities for development and potential for advancement.
The Restorative Justice Specialist will work as part of a team of practitioners to provide training, consultation, and service delivery to support the implementation and application of restorative justice within schools, criminal justice, and community settings. This position will be responsible for providing direct service to those who have been impacted by harm, including offenders, victims, families, school staff, community members and other key stakeholders.
Resolve Restorative Justice Specialists facilitate youth offender skills development classes, bullying intervention, and restorative justice skill building. These practitioners provide accountability coaching to youth who have caused harm and provide support to victims and others impacted, identifying their needs, and empowering them in the justice/school discipline process. The Restorative Justice Specialist must have a strengths-based equity and trauma-informed approach and philosophy when working with all people.
The Restorative Justice Specialist may be part of a team that delivers restorative justice trainings at implementation sites and within the community. Training may also include modeling and providing on-site support and coaching to staff and partners at implementation sites in community building activities and restorative intervention services.
As part of service delivery, the Restorative Justice Specialist assists with program activities including case tracking, dialogue scheduling, and data tracking and recording for service reports.
Other Duties as Assigned.
Status: Salary Exempt, Full Time (.9 FTE)
Salary: $38 – $39,000 depending on experience
Benefits: Excellent benefits include a four-day work week, health insurance, a retirement match, generous time off and 11 paid holidays, and a warm, positive, team environment doing meaningful work to serve our community. Preference and additional pay for Spanish/English bi-lingual skill.
Time Commitment: Monday-Thursday. Occasional evenings, Friday, and weekend work may be required.
Start Date: August 15, 2022
How to Apply
Submit a single-page cover letter (citing PCDN as the source of the posting), resume, and a list of four professional references (including contact information). Email your application materials (in the form of clearly labelled PDFs) to Executive Director, [email protected] In the subject line of the email please type your full name and “Conflict Specialist”.
Open until filled.
Applications accepted on request. No phone calls please.
Resolve is committed to building a culturally diverse team of practitioners and strongly encourages applications from minority candidates. Resolve does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability in accordance with Federal and State law. In addition, Resolve does not discriminate based on gender identity or sexual orientation.