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Treatment Court Vacancy Announcements
Justice For Vets, a training division of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, is seeking a project director to deliver training and technical assistance to veterans treatment courts throughout the country, including content delivery, facilitation, and review of program procedures and materials. The project director is responsible for ensuring that activities are carried out following established specifications, schedules, and budgets; coordinates interdepartmental functions to minimize delays; meets with program team members regularly to review program status and plan for future project deliverables.
Deadline: June 11, 2021
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.
As a Drug Court Therapist, you will provide therapy and care coordination services for adults who are part of the Drug Court, Family Dependency Drug Court, and Veterans Court, and in collaboration with Kitsap County. Go home every day knowing your efforts helped directly serve your community and neighbors!
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
Pueblo of San Felipe Contemporary Tribal Court