Program Coordinator (Victim Assistance)


Posted on May 22, 2020

Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of the Interior

Fort Yates, ND

The BIA Office of Justice Services is searching for an individual to serve as the Program Coordinator (Victim Assistance).

If selected, you will develop and implement specific victim assistance programs and activities.

The program and activities you will be responsible for include being available on-call, promoting the rights of victims and witnesses, identifying the needs of victims and witnesses, providing direct services to crime victims and witnesses, and promoting a victim-witness program.

GS-9:nTo qualify at the GL-09 grade level you must meet ONE of the following criteria: A.

Experience: One year specialized experience at or equivalent to the GS/GL-07 giving assistance to victims affected by sexual assault, domestic violence, burglary, and similar crimes.

Examples at this level may include interviewing and providing resource referral counseling for crime victims, their families and witnesses; assisting victims of crimes with filling out paperwork to access funding or services needed; and providing victims with information on the availability of counseling or other social services.nORnB.

Education: 2 years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to a master's degree or master's or equivalent graduate degree or a LL.B or J.D., in a related field of studynORnC.

A combination of specialized experience and education that totals 100% of the experience requirement.

GS-11:nIn addition to the experience at the lower grade level to qualify at the GS-11 grade level you must meet ONE of the following criteria: A.

Experience: One year specialized experience at or equivalent to the GS/GL-09 grade level giving direction to victims of crime and coordinating the circumstances with law enforcement personnel and/or social services staff.

Examples at this level may include assessing victim's needs for medical, psychological, legal, financial, or unemployment services; promoting crime victim rights, and providing referrals to social service agencies.nORnB.

Education: 3 full academic years of progressively higher level graduate education or a Ph.D.

or equivalent doctoral degree or a L.L.M.

in a related field of studynORnC.

A combination of specialized experience and education that totals 100% of the experience requirement.

GS-12:nIn addition to the experience at lower grade levels, to qualify at the GS-12 grade level, you must have one year specialized experience at or equivalent to the GS-11 grade level managing a victim's assistance program.

Examples may include training officers on victims' issues, family violence, or working with individuals with mental, emotional or learning disabilities; networking with federal, state, regional, and local public and private entities to advocate for victims of crimes; and advocating victim rights to state and local law enforcement programs.

All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement.

How to Apply

Follow the application procedure at www.usajobs.gov for more info.


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