Common Justice is seeking an experienced, hard-working, organized, enthusiastic person with excellent people skills to join its team. This job will be in either Brooklyn or the Bronx.
The Bilingual Intervention Manager will be responsible for the following duties:
- Conduct individual preparatory sessions with responsible parties (defendants) before their facilitated dialogues with those they have harmed;
- Conduct intakes and assessments with responsible parties;
- Co-facilitate dialogues with harmed and responsible parties;
- Rigorously supervise responsible parties as they complete their agreements;
- Connect responsible parties to appropriate services and supports;
- Monitor attendance and compliance information, accurately enter data and notes; and prepare accurate reports for the court;
- Deliver trauma-informed curriculum and services;
- Facilitate responsible party groups, with a focus on violence, trauma, and healthy masculinity, if appropriate.
Candidates must possess the following qualifications:
- MSW or comparable degree preferred;
- Bilingual skills (English/Spanish) required;
- Three or more years experience working with system-involved youth and/or adults required;
- Experience working with victims of crime/survivors of trauma and delivering trauma-informed care preferred;
- Excellent communication skills;
- Strong group facilitation skills preferred;
- Experience in conflict resolution and violence intervention;
- Flexibility and ability to manage multiple tasks efficiently;
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail;
- Strong written communication skills and demonstrated ability to utilize program database for case management;
- Serious commitment to social justice;
- Formerly incarcerated people strongly encouraged to apply
Frequent evening and occasional weekend work will be required.
Commensurate with experience, plus excellent benefits.
Please submit a resume, dates of availability and cover letter to: [email protected].
Common Justice is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without unlawful discrimination based on race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, prior record of arrest or conviction, citizenship status, or current employment status. Common Justice values diverse experiences, including regarding educational background and justice system involvement. We depend on a diverse staff to carry out our mission.