Youth Case Coordinator

Orange County Restorative Justice Center
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Location: Orange County,
About the Job

OCRJC seeks a 35 hours per week Coordinator of the Balanced and Restorative Justice (BARJ) Program Program for Youth, funded by VT DCF.  The position plays a key role in ensuring youth justice in Orange County through delivering an inclusive, supportive and positive youth program.  The BARJ Coordinator works closely with the Youth Diversion Coordinator and the Victim Services Coordinator.  The position is supervised by the Executive Director (ED).

The overarching theme of the services offered by the Coordinator will be to offer a supportive, positive, and strengths-focused environment in which human connection and supportive guidance increases positive outcomes for program participants and communities.

As 0.88 full-time employee, case manager should maintain a schedule of 35 hours per week, subject to pre-approved paid time off.
Monday- Thursday 8:30-4:30, unless out of office for meeting or other assigned duties, and communicate clearly about plans for remote work. This work requires flexing scheduled hours to accommodate after school/work meetings with families and community volunteers.

Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in, human services, social work, youth development, education or related field OR six years of experience in these fields. Minimum of two years experience (can include internships or volunteer work) working with complex youth; experience with trauma informed care, substance abuse, mental health, and youth development, strongly preferred. Must have demonstrated exceptional communication, organizational and systems management skills.

Valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation.
Must pass required criminal background checks.

Employer's Approach to Diversity, Equity, & Belonging

We are committed to creating an organization that mirrors the population and world that we serve. We believe in having a supportive team that values everyone's growth, well-being and voice. We want all our employees to feel valued through a sense of belonging. We encourage BIPOC, people with disabilities, LGBTQ+ applicants, and people from other underrepresented groups to apply to join our team.

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