Teller County Victim Assistance
September 2017 Hire Date
The Teller County Victim Assistance Program, under the auspice of the City of Woodland Park Police Department is accepting applications for the full-time position of Program Coordinator. Funded through an annual grant, this program serves victims in cases from three Teller law enforcement agencies.
The coordinator’s responsibilities provide state-mandated support to individuals victimized by specific types of crime, within Teller County. Requires a working knowledge of law enforcement, excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong organizational abilities. Certification as a victim advocate and grant writing experience is beneficial although not required. Advocacy experience in lieu of college degree will be considered. Working hours include on-call rotation of some nights, weekends, and occasional holidays.
Duties include serving crime victims during the initial, investigatory and adjudication stages of their criminal case and providing case management when necessary. Community educational activities and training of law enforcement personnel are required. Managing a small volunteer group, participating in public events and overseeing office operations are also functions of this position.
Salary level is Grade 8 plus benefits, hiring range from $44,730 — $60,385 DOE. Position open until filled. Application reviews begin end of February.
Applications can be filled out and turned into the Police Department Dispatch Office.