Executive Director, Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services
The Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services is seeking an Executive Director to lead the Center in its efforts to: provide, sustain, and support a collaborative system of direct services across Vermont that is comprehensive, victim-centered, trauma-informed and accessible to all diverse populations; and to provide leadership to the state to ensure that justice is delivered to all victims and survivors of crime.
Applicants must have:
– A strong interest in, knowledge of, and commitment to crime victim services, and the challenges faced by victims of crime.
– Good understanding of and relevant experience in working with federal, state and community agencies and organizations involved with or relevant to victim services,
– Strong program and operations planning/evaluation, administrative, organizational, fiscal and personnel management, community relations, and general leadership skills.
‑ Strong writing and public speaking skills.
‑ Ability to represent the Center and to work effectively with a broad range of outside individuals and organizations.
Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Victimology or other pertinent discipline, with Master’s degree in Administration preferred; 7 to 10 years of relevant experience or education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills are acquired.
This is not a State of Vermont position.
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