Treasurer of the Board of Directors

The Community Restorative Justice Center of St. Johnsbury
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Organization Description
The Community Restorative Justice Center, Inc is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit that strives to provide a link between city and town governments, law enforcement agencies and officers, schools, and citizens and neighborhoods to address issues of conflict and crime. Through education and involvement in restorative justice, conflict management and community dialogue, citizens share responsibility for a safe and healthy community and are engaged to restore relationships, repair harms and build community connections while employing the techniques of the Restorative Process. Some of the CRJC’s current programs include Community Re-entry/COSA, Transitional Housing, Court Diversion/RJ Panels, and Victim Services. These programs are supported primarily, by grants from the VT Department of Corrections and the Office of the Vermont Attorney General. The Community Restorative Justice Center, Inc. (CRJC) of Saint Johnsbury is seeking a hard-working and dedicated professional to serve in a multi-year term as the Board Treasurer on the Board of Directors. The Treasurer is responsible for overseeing the organization's financial activity and records that align with the policies and mission of the CRJC, as well as managing the Board’s review of, and action related to the Board’s financial responsibilities. The position is a great fit for someone who is exceptionally skilled at translating financial information to the Board of Directors, who understands the interests and needs of the community, and who will enjoy working with team members to contribute to the sustainability of the CRJC. The Board Treasurer reports to the Board President and the Executive Director. Individuals who are willing and able to dedicate time and energy to upholding the mission of CRJC are encouraged to apply.
Organization's Approach to Diversity, Equity, Belonging, & Inclusion

Efforts around diversity, equity, belonging and inclusion are currently being assessed. It is the goal of the CRJC to have represented among the Board as a diverse membership as possible that is representative of the communities we serve.

Board Terms and Term Limits
Frequency & Duration of Board Meetings
The board meets monthly for one hour during the 3rd Thursday of the month.
Stipends for Board Membership
Volunteer board position without compensation. This is a part-time position; some activities may be conducted remotely but attendance at monthly board meetings is required. All applicants should be willing to devote at least 5 hours per month to the CRJC.
If Interested, Send Letter of Interest to the Following Point of Contact:
Omara Rivera-Vazquez, ED
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