This position is also responsponsble for assisting with the review and recommendations to the State Advisory Group on all funding requests for juvenile justice grant funds. In this role, you are required to communicate the priorities and programs of the juvenile justice plan to various criminal justice and juvenile justice agencies in local and state government to identify, encourage and provide technical assistance to appropriate agencies who may wish to apply for grant funding. This position provides information and assistance to the Governor’s Crime Commission regarding juvenile justice matters and federal guidelines. This role assists with the evaluation of those programs selected for funding and reports the results to the State Advisory Group and to the Department of Justice. This position prepares reports and documents as may be required for the administration of the JABG program and the Children’s Justice Act program. This position assists with developing innovative strategies that help the state and local agencies with their efforts to improve the investigation prosecution of child abuse cases. This position provides technical assistance and monitoring to local and state criminal justice and juvenile justice agencies in the development and operation of programs serving juveniles.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:
Bachelors degree in human services, social sciences or related field. Knowledge of the criminal justice system, the service agencies and their concept of service to victims, the problems of juveniles and abused families and children is essential. Requires a broad knowledge in understanding programs and individual needs, as well as the social and economic climate of the varied communities across the state. The primary skills required include personnel and community leadership at all levels. Requires dedication to public service with emphasis on education, training and experience interacting with people. Abilities include statesmanship, sensitivity to the needs and concerns of others and the process of showing empathy and compassion, while requiring adherence to law and regulation.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Graduation from a four-year college or university with a degree in a field related to the area of specialization, preferably including course work in methods of social research, and two years experience in a field directly related to the specific program assignment, preferably including one year of work in program planning; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. .
Supplemental and Contact Information:
The N.C. Department of Public Safety (DPS) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages qualified men and women to apply. DPS uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with the most qualified individuals. Hiring salary will be based on relevant qualifications, internal equity and budgetary considerations pertinent to the advertised position.
Online applications are only accepted through http://www.osp.state.nc.us/jobs/
To receive credit for all of your work history and credentials, you must list the information on the State of North Carolina application. Any information omitted cannot be considered for qualifying credit.
Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the state application.
Applicants seeking Veteran’s Preference must attach a DD form 214, Certificate of Release or
Discharge from Active Duty, along with your application.
During the online application process if additional documentation is required, attach the documentation at the bottom of Step 4 in the application process.
Degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Contact information: Tracey Clarke (919) 716-3800
North Carolina Office of State Human Resources - 20 months ago
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