Task Force Coordinator/Special Case Manager (ANJC)


General Functions:

The Alaska Native Justice Center Task Force Coordinator/Special Case Manager will lead efforts to coordinate the work of the Project Strengthening Services through Action; Anchorage Enhanced Collaborative Model Task Force. The coordinator will oversee all planning and implementation strategies to align the work of human trafficking services providers, law enforcement in Alaska. Duties include organizing trainings, developing effective communication strategies among human trafficking agencies, developing a coordinated database of resources for service providers, increasing awareness about the prevalence of human trafficking in Alaska.

 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership of the Task Force, including conducting monthly task force meetings that address systems issues, quality control, and to develop further programming as needed
  • Provide conferencing and consultation services for specific cases (within legal/ethical bounds of confidentiality) and/or safety/service planning through the Task Force
  • Prepare, update, and produce education packets, brochures, power points, and other printed materials as appropriate
  • Provide training and resources to participating agencies
  • Provide public awareness campaigns such as information booths; public service radio announcements; training/education presentations; and awareness events
  • Provide outreach services, educational information (brochures and presentations)   

 

Job Specifications:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, to include the following: ability to write reports, correspondence, other documents as needed for grant reporting, and the ability to effectively present information to groups and community partners
  • Excellent interpersonal skills combined with the ability to work with diverse groups of people with varying needs.
  • Excellent organizational and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to coordinate multiple tasks and prioritize workload.
  • Strong understanding of the dynamics and impact of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the social, health, educational, training, and cultural needs of the Alaska Native and American Indian community.
  • Advanced small and large group facilitation skills.
  • Ability to establish and maintain positive and productive working relationships with a cross section of constituents throughout Alaska. 

 

Minimum Core CompetenciesCITC Values, Respectful Leadership, Professionalism, Emotional Intelligence, Problem Solving/Critical Thinking, Communication Skills.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of two of full-time experience in one of the following fields: victim services, law enforcement, criminal justice, advocacy. 
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field such as social work, counseling, criminal justice, or education is preferred.
  • Experience in crisis intervention, victim services, and public speaking is preferred
  • Experience in strategic planning and program management is preferred

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Minimum of two to five years of full-time experience in one of the following fields: victim services, law enforcement, criminal justice, advocacy. 
  • Bachelor’s degree in related field such as social work, counseling, criminal justice, or education is preferred.
  • Extensive experience in crisis intervention, victim services, and public speaking is preferred

 

Required for All Positions:

  • Valid Alaska driver’s license and insurable under CITC’s automotive insurance, which requires a driver to be at least 21 years of age; have reliable transportation and be willing and able to travel.
  • Local, state, national and rural Alaska village travel may be required for this position. 
  • Continued employment is contingent upon a report from a state and federal background check.

 

NATIVE PREFERENCE STATEMENT: Pursuant to the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act of 1975 (PL 93-638) and as further guided by CITC’s Native Preference Policy 6.120, CITC maintains preference in all phases of employment for Alaska Native, American Indian (AN/AI) and Native Hawaiian people, including direct lineal descendants and foster or traditionally adopted children. Also included is the non-Native head of household members for Native families, which provides foster or traditionally adopted Native children.

Disclaimer

The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job.  It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees assigned to this job.  Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time.   This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.

Anchorage, AK

8 day(s) ago

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