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Network Manager of Victim Legal Network of DC

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Network for Victim Recovery of the District of Columbia


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Application Deadline

June 14, 2019


THE ORGANIZATION:

Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC) empowers victims of all crimes to

achieve survivor defined justice through advocacy, case management and legal

services. Conveniently located within walking distance of the Takoma Park Metro

Station, we are a growing DC non-profit organization with a team of passionate and

dedicated staff. NVRDC coordinates the Victim Legal Network of DC (VLNDC)—a

network of 19 legal service providers partnering to offer holistic legal assistance to

DC crime victims— and staffs the VLNDC Network Manager and the VLNDC

Navigators.

POSITION SUMMARY:

NVRDC seeks a Network Manager for the Victim Legal Network of DC. VLNDC is

a coordinated entry and referral network for legal services that is structured as a huband-

spoke model of DC legal service providers collaboratively working to provide

wraparound legal assistance to individuals who have been harmed by any type of

crime. This is a full-time, exempt status, at-will position. Compensation is

commensurate with experience.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

I. Supervision and Training

a. Support and supervise the Bilingual Navigator and the Attorney

Navigator in their work with client services, including conducting

holistic phone screenings, monitoring all cases, providing advice on

the DC Crime Victims Compensation Program, and providing brief

legal advice on civil protection orders (by the Attorney Navigator)

b. Train Navigators to better issue spot for all types of legal needs and on

how to better provide trauma-informed, survivor-centered services

c. Train staff at network partners on how to use VLNDC in their work

d. Oversee de-identified data collection efforts

e. Provide programmatic oversight of VLNDC’s 19+ network partners

f. Manage network partners’ integration into and participation with

VLNDC

g. Coordinate and provide quarterly all-day trainings for new network

partners joining VLNDC

h. Develop and update support resources for the Navigators and network

partners

II. Planning and Reporting

a. Develop and implement recruitment plan for DC expansion

b. Manage grant reporting for VLNDC grants

c. Co-author grant applications to support VLNDC’s work

d. Develop relationships with legal service providers in northern Virginia

and Maryland

e. Oversee the execution of VLNDC’s sustainability plan

f. Research the components of integrating social services into VLNDC

III. Technology and Evaluations

a. Maintain VLNDC’s public-facing website, including updating the

content

b. Liaise with Developer to maintain Network Portal and troubleshoot

any issues

c. Co-develop creation of out-of-network referral tool

d. Analyze intake data and generated reports to inform development of

VLNDC

e. Collect and analyze survey responses from trainings

IV. Outreach and Marketing

a. Represent VLNDC at local community meetings across the District

b. Provide trainings on VLNDC to local service providers and allied

professionals

c. Utilize report on community awareness of VLNDC to inform outreach

efforts

d. Develop outreach and marketing materials

e. Identify opportunities to elevate VLNDC’s profile in the local and

national community

f. Leverage VLNDC’s position in the community to uplift best practices

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

1. DC-barred attorney (or has a DC Bar application currently pending or in inactive

status) – applicants who do not meet this qualification will not be considered

2. Extensive knowledge of legal services and victim services available within the

District

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

1. 4 years of direct legal services experience, preferably working with crime victims

2. Experience providing trauma-informed, survivor-centered services

3. Experience providing services to individuals who are low-income, LGBTQ,

immigrants, or from historically marginalized communities in DC

4. Experience with project management, management of staff, and grant reporting

5. Experience with coalition building, training, and outreach


THE ORGANIZATION:

Network for Victim Recovery of DC (NVRDC) empowers victims of all crimes to

achieve survivor defined justice through advocacy, case management and legal

services. Conveniently located within walking distance of the…

Details at a glance

  • On-site Location
  • Full Time Schedule

How To Apply

TO APPLY

1. Please follow these specific instructions for submitting your application:

a. Email your resume in PDF format to Jennifer Jackson at

jennifer@nvrdc.org by midnight on June 14, 2019. Only emailed

submissions will be accepted.

b. Use the subject line: “VLNDC Network Manager Application”

c. In the body of the email, copy and paste these questions and add your

answer to each question below in a “yes” or “no” format. It is not

acceptable to write “See Resume” in response to these questions.

i. Are you a DC-barred attorney (or have a DC Bar application

currently pending for admission by motion to the DC Bar under

rules 46(d)(3), 46(e)(3)(A), or 46(e)(3)(b))?

ii. Are you authorized to work in the United States?

iii. Will you now or in the future require work authorization?

iv. If offered the position, would you be able to start within

approximately two weeks of receiving an offer?

2. There will be a rolling interview process, so we encourage interested candidates

to apply early.

3. NVRDC will implement a blind recruitment process for the hiring of this position.


NVRDC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against

employees or applicants for employment on the basis of an individual’s race, color,

religion, creed, sex, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, age,

disability, marital status, veteran status, or status as a victim of sexual or domestic

violence or stalking, or any other status protected by applicable federal and District of

Columbia laws. Women of color, survivors of gender-based violence, and LGBTQ

folks are strongly encouraged to apply. Reasonable accommodations are available to

qualified applicants upon request. Auxiliary aids and services are available in

alternative formats.

Please note that NVRDC will only consider applicants who are current members of

the DC Bar or who have a pending application for admission by motion to the DC

Bar under Rules 46(d)(3), 46(e)(3)(A), or Rule 46(e)(3)(B). Applicants who fail to

meet this requirement will not be considered.

TO APPLY

1. Please follow these specific instructions for submitting your application:

a. Email your resume in PDF format to Jennifer Jackson at

jennifer@nvrdc.org by midnight on…

Location

6856 Eastern Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20012
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