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Bureau Chief, Rehabilitation Programs and Restorative Services Bureau
Summary
Title:Bureau Chief, Rehabilitation Programs and Restorative Services Bureau
ID:1019
Location:Kew Gardens, NY
Department:Legal
Description

 

Job Description:

  • Oversee specific areas that involve services, programs, and/or treatment, including Diversion, Victim Advocacy and Alternative Sentencing.

  • Establish objectives, policies and organizational structure and operating model of newly formed bureau.

  • Develop, facilitate and support office-wide efforts to assist victims and witnesses in navigating the criminal justice system, addressing trauma, and ensuring that service needs are met.

  • Expand office’s collaborations with organizations that provide diversion services in order to promote resolution of cases outside the justice system while holding individuals accountable.

  • Manage the operations and functions of the Alternative Sentencing Unit, including those that pertain to the expansion of program partnerships; the monitoring of individual cases; collaboration with the court, defense bar, and other stakeholders; and supervise the legal practice in the Criminal Court treatment and problem-solving courts.

  • Serve on various interagency committees and attend multidisciplinary meetings to strategize about individual cases, treatment and service delivery challenges, and improve case outcomes.

  • Manage staff of attorneys and support professionals, as well as clinical staff.

  • Assist in drafting Requests for Proposals for programs that this bureau will work with.

  • Confer with attorneys, law enforcement personnel, treatment providers, etc. regarding difficult cases, program eligibility/suitability, and service delivery.

  • Attend court proceedings and review court transcripts.

  • Serve as a resource and information source regarding policies and procedures, and program and treatment options.

  • Compile and analyze data, maintain statistics, and draft case summaries; analyze trends and prepare management reports.

  • Attend community meetings and events, including in evening hours.

Qualifications:

  • At least 15 years post-JD experience in Criminal Justice or related field, including 5 years of litigation experience.

  • 3 years supervisory or management experience.

  • Experience collaborating with government agencies and non-profit organizations.

  • Strong organizational, written and oral skills.

  • Ability to succeed in fast-paced high volume atmosphere
     

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter addressed to the Chief Assistant District Attorney, Jennifer L. Naiburg, by clicking the link below.
 

The Office of the Queens County District Attorney is an equal opportunity employer with a strong commitment to the diversity of our organization.

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