Coordinator Program Development Jobs Vacancy in Circuit Court Jackson County Missouri Kansas City
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Coordinator Program Development Jobs Vacancy in Circuit Court Jackson County Missouri Kansas City Jobs Details:
POSITION PURPOSE AND EXAMPLES OF WORK:
To research, recommend, implement and monitor the development and implementation of the programming operation of Family Court Services relative to specific needs of youth and family populations.
- Develop, monitor and modify implemented evidence-based and comprehensive programming for court-involved youth and families.
- Collaborate with judiciary, administration and management staff to determine needs of youth and families and program offerings.
- Lead and participate in meetings and initiatives.
- Research and maintain currency in service and program offerings and availability through multiple and varied sources such as journals, relevant professionals, other justice programs and courts, internet, and new and proposed legislation.
- Decide on recommendations to present; prepare and conduct written and oral presentations regarding recommendations.
- Assist management in developing and maintaining logic models to illustrate and evaluate program effectiveness; set appropriate outcome measures, by setting goals and creation of strategies to reach and maintain established goals.
- Evaluate treatment and program results; recommend modifications or solutions as necessary and implement as approved.
- Research and identify grant opportunities and assist in the preparation of new grant applications.
- Maintain and monitor a database inventory of all existing grants.
- Prepare and facilitate annual and midyear applications and monitoring reports.
- Evaluate and collect evidence for effectiveness of possible partnerships.
- Recommend possible resources; implement and facilitate relationships with approved resources.
- Work with approved resources to develop and finalize written expectations of services.
- Regularly review results and evaluate effectiveness to avoid negative outcomes.
- Lead tours
- Develop publications and initiative papers for distribution both internal and external.
- Act as a Court representative with various mental health, juvenile justice and other related agencies.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor’s degree in a Social or Human Services, law related, organizational management, public policy/administration or related field.
- Three years related experience in non-profit or government agencies such as a human services intervention program, participation in policy development, political or grassroots organizing.
- Knowledge of and experience in the modern principles, best practices, methods and techniques of treatment for at risk youth and families.
- Considerable knowledge of the development of performance based standards.
- Ability to understand agency issues, work, and processes and to formulate communications about them through various methods to disparate audiences.
- Knowledge of research procedures.
- Some knowledge of budgeting.
- Skill and ability in the operation of computers and other standard office equipment, i.e., telephone, copier/fax, printer, etc.
- Ability to work and relate in a positive fashion toward individuals from diverse backgrounds and maintain effective working relationships.
- Ability to communicate effectively, clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing, and to prepare clear and concise reports, letters, memoranda and other documents.
- Ability to present and administer training programs.
- Ability to make sound decisions in accordance with laws, regulations and Court policies and procedures.
- Ability to speak publicly.
- Ability to coordinate and organize multiple tasks.
- Must have valid driver’s license from state of residence. If driving non-court vehicle for Court business, must have auto liability insurance and properly licensed and reliable vehicle.
- Must be able to provide proof of above.
- Must submit to and pass criminal background check as prescribed by Courts, Sex Offender Registry check, and MO and KS Child Abuse and Neglect checks.
- All applicants for this position are subject to testing for illegal drug use prior to appointment. Employees in this position are subject to random and reasonable suspicion testing for illegal drug use.