The Oregon Department of Justice under the umbrella of the state government serves the safe and healthy communities of Oregon by providing essential justice services to the people. It is headed by Attorney General Ellen F. Rosenblum, and the DOJ also serves as the state’s law firm. Headquartered in Salem, Oregon, the agency employs around 1300 individuals throughout the state and has a two-year budget of $550 million. Also, the agency has 13 child support and 10 legal offices located across the state. Aside from representing the state government, the DOJ protects all Oregonians, especially the segments of society that are most vulnerable like seniors and children. The DOJ as well as its nine sub-divisions perform various functions such as consumer protection, crime victim compensation, child support, charitable activities, and district attorney assistance. The job openings at DOJ include law clerks, attorneys, and other administrative and legal vacancies.
- Bachelor's Degree
- Vision Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Health Insurance
- Paid Time Off
We are seeking a dynamic self-starter to join our Crime Victim and Survivor Services Division as a Trafficking Intervention Specialist (Program Analyst 1) . We offer generous benefits for you and your family, great work-life balance, and a public service mission you can get behind!
now! If hired, you'll have the unique opportunity to coordinate and direct the work of the established Human Trafficking Intervention Task forces across the state; develop and deliver trainings to interagency partners and community members; evaluate and recommend changes to the program.
This is a new, Limited Duration position which may be filled as a rotation opportunity if you are already a state employee. The duration of this position is anticipated to be 2 to 3 years; however, limited duration positions can end at any time. If you areing as a state employee for a rotation opportunity, you must have your manager's permission to.
WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?
Limited duration employment in Salem and Portland, Oregon [position may be based in either location; employee will work in both]
A workplace where individual contribution matters and is recognized, where creativity and accomplishment are rewarded.
Job satisfaction as part of a team whose mission is to serve Oregon's crime victims and their families.
Opportunity to expand your skills as a program analyst.
Advancement opportunity within DOJ and other State agencies.
An agency committed to equal opportunity and workforce diversity.
Vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, and special days off.
Excellent medical, vision, and dental coverage.
Representation and support by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).
The Oregon Department of Justice is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer committed to work force diversity.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
Duties include, but are not limited to:
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND TRAINING
Coordinate the implementation of model protocols at each task force and assist the task forces in modifying them as necessary to meet the needs of individual communities.
Make process improvements or operational efficiency recommendations regarding the implementation of the protocols.
Collaborate with the Coordinator to develop a 'train-the-trainer' Human Trafficking 101 curriculum. Develop training budgets for these trainings. Provide training to task force members. Work with task forces to identify other training needs in individual communities. Identify other training partners to ress specific training gaps as needed.
Collect grant data from task forces and trainings.
TASK FORCE COORDINATION
Schedule and lead monthly task force phone calls.
Provide ongoing support, feedback, problem solving to task force members. Conduct regular in-person visits with task forces and their coordinators.
Communicate updates from the Coordinator to the task forces and their communities.
Work to identify gaps in services in individual communities and collaborate with community members and/or task forces to develop a plan for ressing the gaps.
Open office environment. In-state traveling, frequent overnight travel.
Conduct Expectations: The role of the Oregon Department of Justice is to serve state government and to support safe and healthy communities throughout Oregon by providing essential justice services. Employees of the Department are required to meet the highest standards of professional conduct and ethics while on the job and maintain those same standards in their personal lives where actions could reflect on the Department.
A Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Behavioral or Social Sciences, or a degree related to Criminal Justice or Victim Advocacy; OR
Any combination of experience or education equivalent to three years technical-level experience in a Victim Advocacy or Social Services program that typically supports the knowledge and skill requirements listed for the classification.
OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE WILL ALSO HAVE :
Experience coordinating a task force, committee, or board.
Experience interpreting anding program laws, requirements, and policies to make decisions.
Experience developing and delivering trainings.
Experience working for a victim advocacy or assistance program.
Training in the areas of victim trauma, sexual assault, domestic violence, or trafficking.
Prepare a cover letter, no more than two pages, outlining your qualifications for the position.
Follow the 'Apply' link above and complete the application online and all supplemental questions.
Current State of Oregon employees, please use your State-issued log-in whening for this opportunity. Using a private account disrupts the hiring process for all internal candidates. Before you click 'Apply', update your Job History to include your current position. For more information, please check out this Job Aid .
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Monitor your Workday account, as all communications will be sent to your Workday account. You may be asked to submit itional information after initial application.
This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies.
Oregon state government provides qualifying veterans and disabled veterans with preference in employment in accordance with ORS 408.225, 408.230, and 408.235. If you are requesting veterans' preference, you may receive an itional questionnaire in your Workday account. In order to ensure your privacy, we are asking that you complete the Veterans' Questionnaire and attach your qualifying military documents at that time. This questionnaire will be sent to your Workday account after you submit your application. We ask that you complete the questionnaire before the application deadline; extensions may be granted if necessary and reasonable.
If you are selected to interview and require particular accommodation during the interview, please inform the person scheduling the interview.
Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to. The Department of Justice is an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age or disability, and is committed to workplace diversity.
Employees who are Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) participating members will have their base salary increased by 6.95% and pay a 6% employee contribution to PERS; the salary range noted above reflects base salary only.
If you need any assistance with the application process, please email DOJ Recruitment at: *******************************