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NADCP Vacancy Announcements:
The Division Director of Justice For Vets, is responsible for facilitating and guiding the mission and advocating for, training and supporting Veteran Treatment Courts. This mission is accomplished by providing research-based training and assistance to standardize and support courts and organizations that serve justice involved veterans and their families.
The Project Director is responsible for ensuring that activities are carried out in accordance with established specifications, schedules, and budgets; coordinates interdepartmental functions in order to minimize delays; meets with program team members on a regular basis to review program status and plan future. The Project Director is responsible for providing onsite training and technical assistance to adult drug treatment courts.
Current Openings around the U.S.:
Program Coordinator 3 (Drug Court Coordinator)
Closing date: 8/7/2018
The family drug court coordinator facilitates the family drug court treatment team. The treatment team is comprised of representatives from agencies including but not limited to Department of Human Services, Parole and Probation, the District Attorney's Office, the Defense Bar, County Mental Health, contracted alcohol and drug treatment providers, CASA, the Public Health Department and family and parenting programs. The coordinator also facilitates the development of services for the FDC program that often include law enforcement, community education, higher education, life skills, transportation and housing authorities. The coordinator supports the judges, the trial court administrator's office, and the court with the design, development, implementation, evaluation, and continual coordination of the integrated treatment court.
Specialized Populations Officer
Closing Date: 8/9/18
This position is highly professional, flexible, independent and primarily responsible for the supervision of targeted, program-specific high-risk individuals on probation, post-release supervision and/or involved in a Problem Solving Court under the authority of the Chief Probation Officer.