Communities For Restorative Justice Seeking Applicants for Program Director Role
CONCORD — Executive Director Erin Freeborn is pleased to announce that Communities For Restorative Justice (C4RJ) is actively seeking a program director to provide critical support to the organization.
C4RJ is a community-police partnership that offers restorative justice to those affected by crime, using a “circle” model that recognizes that crime is as much a violation of people and relationships as it is a violation of the law. The program director will oversee the organization’s volunteers, processes and tools that make its work possible.
Through C4RJ, partner communities are able to augment the traditional criminal justice process by providing victims of crime an opportunity to address the person who harmed them and share ideas of how the damage can be repaired. Additionally, the process enables offenders to better understand the impact of their actions and be held accountable for making amends.
The program director will have wide-ranging responsibilities, including case management, volunteer management and training, and will also be tasked with overseeing C4RJ’s process and technology assets.
“This is an essential role that helps our organization do the critical work of helping offenders and victims overcome both the impacts and root causes of criminal behavior,” Executive Director Freeborn said. “I’m eager to add someone to our team who is passionate about restorative justice and the positive impact it can have on communities and individuals.”
To see the full job description for the program director role, click here. Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter and writing sample to [email protected] by noon on Wednesday, Jan. 10.