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NADCP Openings

Training Coordinator

The training coordinator is responsible for organizing and managing trainings for various programs within the National Association of Drug Court Professionals (NADCP) and its three training and technical assistance divisions: the National Drug Court Institute, National Center for DWI Courts, and Justice For Vets. The training coordinator position is largely administrative, based out of the NADCP office in Alexandria, VA. This position does not perform any direct training. It is an administrative position focused on coordination.

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How to apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to personnel@nadcp.org.

Field Vacancy Announcements

Family Treatment Court Analyst (OJD Analyst 4)

Juvenile and Family Court Programs Division, Salem, OR

The Oregon Judicial Department’s Juvenile and Family Court Programs Division (JFCPD) is looking for a new Family Treatment Court Analyst. As a Family Court Programs Analyst, you will help local FTC staff statewide to implement best practices, standards, and program evaluation about both data collection and participant progress reporting. You will also represent JFCPD and family treatment courts to court staff, judges, community leaders, legislators, attorneys, community advocacy groups, service providers, and other professionals, all of whom have similar objectives but occasionally competing interests.

To learn more about this position and apply, please visit the State of Oregon External Career Site by June 5th, 2022.

Case Manager

County of Cheshire, NH

Cheshire County is seeking an experienced Case Manager to work with criminal justice involved individuals diagnosed with a substance use disorder, co-occurring disorders and/or severe and persistent mental health disorders. Candidates must have knowledge and experience working with individuals living with above mentioned issues.

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Mental Health Coordinator

Unified Judicial System, Second Judicial Circuit, Sioux Falls, SD

This position requires program coordination of a mental health problem-solving court and professional probation work. Work involves coordinating a multi-disciplinary team including mental health and chemical dependency treatment providers and ensuring that the court follows evidence-based best practices as well as assisting the current court services officer with supervision of participants. Candidates should have a strong interest in helping people with persistent, severe mental illness.

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Family Law Facilitator (Program Coordinator 1)

Clackamas County Circuit Court, Oregon Judicial Department, Oregon City, OR

The Oregon Judicial Department’s, Clackamas County Circuit Court is hiring a Family Law Facilitator. The family court facilitation program’s mission is to improve access to justice for self-represented litigants of domestic relations cases as they navigate their way through case initiation, judgment, and post judgment proceedings. As a Family Law Facilitator you will run the courts Family Law Facilitation Program, have a specialist expertise and understanding of family law processes. Your main role will be to assist people who do not have an attorney with court processes and forms, review documents, and provide information about legal services and other resources. You will also establish policies and procedures to perform your work and have the opportunity to coordinate with staff, judges, and other agencies to make changes to workflow, policy and procedures.

To learn more about this position and apply, please visit the State of Oregon External Career Site by April 25, 2022.

Statewide Problem-Solving Court Coordinator - Iowa

Under the authority of the State Court Administrator and supervision of the Deputy State Court Administrator or designee, this position is responsible for state-wide administration and coordination of all problem solving courts. Responsibilities will include providing leadership, coordinating court initiatives and training, and developing policies and procedures. This position will make recommendations for efficiencies and improvements, provide quality control, oversee data collection, review and analyze data, and coordinate training for proactive court operations.

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Program Manager

Healing To Wellness Court, Sitka, AK

Sitka Tribe of Alaska (STA) is seeking a Program Manager for its new Healing to Wellness Court, a jail diversion program for individuals who have committed nonviolent substance abuse-related crimes. The structure for the new court and all protocols are in place. The Program Manager will be responsible for day-to-day operation of the court from its very first case. They will serve as a liaison between the Tribal government, state court and local law enforcement personnel, and community service providers. They will promote the mission of the program in Sitka. The Program Manager will oversee a Community Supervision Officer who will work with individuals in the diversion program.

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Community Supervision Officer

Healing To Wellness Court, Sitka, AK

Sitka Tribe of Alaska (STA) is seeking a Community Supervision Officer for its new Healing to Wellness Court, a jail diversion program for individuals who have committed nonviolent substance abuse-related crimes. The Community Supervision Officer position will have an essential role in promoting accountability, recovery, and success for program participants. They will have primary responsibility for supervision and case management for individuals in the program. They will monitor participant compliance with court orders and may work collaboratively with the Department of Corrections for participants who are dually supervised.

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Evaluation Project Director/Research Associate - NPC Research

NPC Research, a nationally recognized human services research and evaluation firm headquartered in Portland, Oregon, is seeking a full-time Evaluation Project Director/Research Associate. This position may be filled by either a Portland-based or remote candidate. Telecommute options are available; however, occasional travel throughout the U.S. may be necessary.

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Drug Court Coordinator

Northwest Regional Adult Drug Treatment Court, Winchester, VA

The Northwest Regional Adult Drug Treatment Court is looking for a new Drug Court Coordinator.  The Drug Court Coordinator will be responsible for the daily operations and the continuing development of the treatment court.   The Coordinator will oversee the drug court budget and resources, manage grants, ensure the program’s effectiveness and success, and work with community partners to enhance services available to clients.

To learn more about this position and apply please visit Valley Health Careers - Drug Court Coordinator. 

Treatment Court Coordinator (OJD Program Coordinator 4)

Umatilla County Circuit Court, Pendleton, OR

The Umatilla County Circuit Court is part of the 6th Judicial District with also includes Morrow County in Eastern Oregon. They are looking for a new Treatment Court Coordinator. The purpose of this position is to develop and expand the 6th District Treatment Court Program. The Treatment Court Program consists of multiple specialty court programs, including adult drub court, mental health court and family/dependency drug court. The successful candidate will develop new specialty court programs and tracks, creating policies and procedures for each.

To learn more about this position and apply, please visit the State of Oregon External Career Site by March 13, 2022.

Family Law Facilitator/Protective Order Clerk (OJD Program Coordinator 1)

Washington County Circuit Court, Hillsboro, OR

The Oregon Judicial Department’s Washington County Circuit Court is looking for a new Family Law Facilitator/Protective Order Clerk to support the family law and civil unit. The candidate selected for this job will assist domestic relations litigants without lawyers by helping them understand the family law court process. This will include aiding them in selecting, completing, and submitting court documents in their domestic relations cases as well as child support calculations.

To learn more about this position and apply, please visit the State of Oregon External Career Site by March 9, 2022.

Deputy Trial Court Administrator (OJD Manager 2)

15th Judicial District (Coos & Curry County Circuit Courts) Coquille (and Gold Beach), Oregon

The 15th Judicial District (Coos & Curry County Circuit Courts) is hiring a new Deputy Trial Court Administrator (DTCA). The DTCA works closely with the Trial Court Administrator to oversee non-judicial operational areas of court and all functions of court operations. Together they work to manager through subordinate supervisors, lead workers, and designated staff.

To learn more about this position and apply, please visit the State of Oregon External Career Site by March 16, 2022.

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Deputy Trial Court Administrator (OJD Manager 2)

15th Judicial District (Coos & Curry County Circuit Courts) Coquille (and Gold Beach), Oregon

The 15th Judicial District (Coos & Curry County Circuit Courts) is hiring a new Deputy Trial Court Administrator (DTCA). The DTCA works closely with the Trial Court Administrator to oversee non-judicial operational areas of court and all functions of court operations. Together they work to manager through subordinate supervisors, lead workers, and designated staff.

To learn more about this position and apply, please visit the State of Oregon External Career Site by March 16, 2022.

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Behavioral and Mental Health Coordinator (OJD Program Coordinator 3)

Josephine County Circuit Court, Grants Pass, Oregon

The Josephine County Circuit Court is hiring an Behavioral and Mental Health Coordinator (OJD Program Coordinator 3). The person in this position will be responsible for the daily operations and the continuing development of the behavioral health program for Josephine County. You will advise management and the Trial Court Administrator on assigned programs.

To learn more about this position and apply, please visit the State of Oregon External Career Site by March 8, 2022.

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Adult Treatment Court Coordinator (OJD Program Coordinator 3)

Deschutes County Circuit Court, Bend, Oregon

The Deschutes County Circuit Court is hiring an Adult Treatment Court Coordinator (OJD Program Coordinator 3). The court plays an important role in the lives of treatment court participants. The person in this position will be part of the team that provides opportunities to court participants who seek better outcomes, wrap-around services, and community support.

To learn more about this position and apply, please visit the State of Oregon External Career Site by March 3, 2022.

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Executive Director
Center for Children's Law and Policy

CCLP seeks an Executive Director who is passionate about leading our efforts to protect the rights of young people. The Executive Director will serve as the chief executive officer of CCLP, providing leadership and management, and creating and implementing policies and programs to carry out the work of the organization. The Executive Director will be a key developer of CCLP's extensive nonprofit partner network, ensuring the ability to become an anti-racist organization working in the field of youth justice while communicating stakeholder needs within the organization.

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Veterans Treatment Court Coordinator

Harnett County, NC

The District Court Division, Judicial District 11, is seeking a qualified candidate to perform a variety of administrative and case management functions for the Chief District Court Judge.  This position will work closely with the District Attorney's Office in Harnett and Lee counties.

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Specialty Courts Administrator

Van Buren County, Michigan

Under the general supervision of the Trial Court Administrator, the Specialty Courts Administrator is responsible for researching funding opportunities, applying for grants, managing grant awards, supervising specialty court staff, and overseeing all specialty court and pretrial programs in accordance with grant requirements and county policies.

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Community Supervision Officer/Assessor

Houston, Texas

Assesses clients to determine criminogenic risk and needs.  Uses the Texas Risk Assessment System (TRAS) to develop recommendations for clients.  Interviews clients and determines the appropriate parts of the assessment that need to be administered.  Writes complex documents that are used to designate clients to the proper programs and services.

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Community Supervision Officer

Houston, Texas

Provides responsible supervision to assigned clients to ensure compliance with Court ordered conditions thereby providing a service to the Courts of Harris County, the community and the clients on probation.

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Branch Program Manager

Houston, Texas

Coordinates the overall management of the branch/program/facility and in doing so ensures that evidence-based interventions, departmental policies and standards established by the Community Justice Assistance Division are maintained throughout all of HCCSCD involved programs. Provides management direction to the department and assigned branch/program/facility.

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CSO Assistant

Houston, Texas

Provide assistance to CSOs in caseload management.

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Research & Evaluation Specialist, Senior – Pima County Juvenile Court Center

Tucson, Arizona

The successful candidate will develop and implement program evaluation and research projects, including project design, instrument development, data collection, management and analysis, report-writing, and presentations. Evaluation projects include our nationally-recognized Family Drug Court program. Duties include: using appropriate methodologies to design and manage evaluation projects, including defining objectives, developing project plans and timelines, and designing data collection instruments; applying various research methods to gather data, including surveys, focus groups, and interviews; and managing data, developing data analysis plans and conducting data analysis using appropriate qualitative and quantitative methods.

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Administrative/Program Assistant - The New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals (NEARCP)

The NEARCP will work with the successful candidate to orient that person to recovery/drug courts in New England. The program assistant for the association will: directly assist the organization's executive director and president by working with them on supporting the board and committees on a variety of projects and priorities; assist with maintenance and updating of records and of the website, providing content updates and new content, working alongside the Website Development/Communications Committee; support the executive director with daily administrative tasks; support the development and organization of the various conferences and webinars.

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Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Care Coordinator

San Felipe Pueblo, New Mexico

The Pueblo of San Felipe Contemporary Tribal Court seeks to fill the position of a Healing to Wellness Court (HWC) Care Coordinator/Information Specialist on a part-time contractual basis. This is a professional and highly visible position that has broad HWC case management responsibilities. The incumbent will perform a variety of duties to administer and efficiently support the HWC. Under the direction of the Tribal Court Judge and Court Administrator, this position will be primarily responsible for administering the HWC from initial intakes to graduation and after care for participants along with recording and inputting cases into the court case management system. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Chief Judge and Court Administrator.

Send questions and application to:

Hon. Mekko M. Miller
Judge
Pueblo of San Felipe Contemporary Tribal Court

MMiller@sfpueblo.com

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