Or as some us might call it, “Gina Jackson’s Job.”
The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) seeks a Senior Policy Analyst in their Juvenile Law’s Child Abuse & Neglect program.
The minimum requirements for this position include a degree from an accredited university and at least five years of experience in child welfare, domestic violence, or juvenile/family law-related field. Preference will be given to candidates with a graduate degree in social work, public administration, law, political science, sociology, or closely related field preferred (a JD is particularly desirable). Substantial experience working with tribes and tribal courts, along with experience and knowledge of delinquency, dependency, or domestic violence systems, ICWA, and VAWA are key ingredients for the Senior Policy Analyst position.
This position will serve as the primary staff liaison to the Tribal Court Judicial Leadership Committee and as an internal staff resource on tribal court/tribal issues. A strong emphasis is on providing public presentations and/or on-site technical assistance to tribal and state courts as well as critical thinking, analytical ability, writing policy briefs and papers, and working collaboratively with partners and system representatives. Applicants must have strong organizational skills with both a broad vision and attention to detail, comprehensive computer skills, and a willingness and ability to travel nationwide. Occasional lifting up to 50 lbs. may be required
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