Victim/Witness Advocate
County of Marin, CA - Marin County, CA

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The general duties and minimum requirements of this position are described in the class specification . If you are interested in more specific information about this position, please contact Rob Guidi, Chief Inspector, at extension 6450.


Two years of public contact experience involving the explanation of rules, policies and regulations and substantial one-to-one contact with a variety of individuals. Certification as a paralegal or legal assistant from an accredited institution OR completion of the first two years' core coursework requirements (non-elective) for the equivalent of a degree in Criminal Justice Administration may be substituted for the experience on a year for year basis.

Graduation from a four year college or university with major coursework in social science, behavioral science, criminal justice, or another closely related field is highly desirable.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: The selected candidate must pass a background investigation as required for employment in a law enforcement agency. The successful candidate must successfully complete the training requirements per the California Penal Code (currently PC ยง13835.10) within the first year of employment.


HOW TO APPLY: Please complete and submit a standard C ounty Employment Application Form to the Human Resources Department no later than the application deadline stated above. As your application materials may be reviewed by individuals not privy to your employment history, please complete all sections of the application form in full. Make copies of any information you wish to keep as all application materials become the property of the Human Resources Department and will not be returned. Applications must be submitted by 4:00 pm on the recruitment closing date.