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The State Judicial Outreach Liaison (SJOL) program was established to educate judges on traffic safety through peer-to-peer interactions. SJOLs are active and retired judges who bring years of experience to the JOL program and are all subject matter experts in traffic matters in general, and impaired driving issues in particular. SJOLs function as educators, writers, consultants and liaisons, to share the latest research on traffic safety with the judges of their state. In addition to informing sentencing and interventions in this manner, SJOLs can also provide important insight to policy makers and traffic safety professionals attempting to improve traffic safety. While remaining independent and impartial, Judicial Outreach Liaisons serve as resources for the judiciary and other members of the highway safety community dealing with highway safety related court cases, particularly those involving impaired driving. In particular, JOLs provide and promote peer-to-peer judicial education related to sentencing and supervision of DWI offenders, evidentiary issues, legal updates, and alcohol/drug testing and monitoring technology.
The Senior Policy Analyst (SPA) will be responsible for conceptualizing, planning, and managing technical assistance to the sites participating in the Kansas Stepping Up Technical Assistance Center. The training includes both broad-based technical assistance such as offering webinars, facilitating peer connections, directing sites to resources and being available remotely for advice and support. The SPA will provide on-site training and technical assistance and may attend local planning team meetings. Additionally, the SPA will be responsible for managing the deliverables under the grant that funds this project, including attendance to meetings, preparing reports and tracking outcomes. The SPA will work directly with CSGJC staff who are administering state level Stepping Up efforts, as well as the Stepping Up team.
The Deputy Director of the State Initiatives Division will help support a highly skilled team of managers and policy staff, as well as many external partners working with us on a contract basis. The Deputy Division Director will:
-Collaboratively develop a vision and strategic direction for division initiatives and projects to achieve statewide systems change.
-Lead and supervise a team of managers to set and achieve ambitious project goals and timelines across the division.
-Cultivate and develop new projects and programs to meaningfully impact state policy by exploring innovative approaches, applying lessons learned, leveraging existing relationships, and building new partnerships.
-See online application for further job details.