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Company: New York Peace Institute
Job Title: Restorative Justice Manager
Job Category: NON PROFIT
Job description:  
New York Peace Institute is seeking a seasoned Restorative Justice practitioner to join our team and help to shape the future direction of our Restorative Justice programs. Working closely with the Director of Programs, our Restorative Justice team, and our Training Department, the RJ Manager will play a leading role in the development and execution of NYPI’s Restorative Justice program, with the aim of better serving our New York City community. The Restorative Justice (RJ) Manager will be responsible for expanding the capacity and expertise of the RJ department and raising the profile of New York Peace Institute as a leader in the field. Additionally, the RJ Manager will be accountable for the oversight of ongoing RJ programs and projects, supervision of the RJ team, and working in furtherance of the organization’s missions and vision.

Principle Responsibilities:
Expand New York Peace Institute’s Capacity and Expertise in Restorative Justice Practices. This includes:
1. Provide leadership in the development and implementation of NYPI’s RJ priorities and overall strategy
2. Lead effort to develop comprehensive strategic plan to increase NYPI’s ability to provide RJ services to the community
3. Design and refine curricula for training staff, volunteers and clients in RJ processes, such as circle keeping, community conferencing, facilitation, coaching and restorative mediation
4. Conduct RJ trainings, oversee related apprenticeships for select staff and volunteers, and provide ongoing support for staff and volunteers through continuing education and roundtables
5. Present at conferences and provide webinars about restorative justice principles and the work of New York Peace Institute
6. Cultivate and develop relationships with partner organizations, other RJ practitioners, and communities interested in our RJ programs, in service of NYPI’s larger agenda
7. Stay current with trends in the field of restorative justice by attending events and researching other programs

NYPI Current Programs:
1. Oversee and support current NYPI projects that provide alternatives to traditional justice system responses, which include our Criminal Mediation and Coaching program, a partnership with the Department of Probation, and current projects with local partner schools, individuals and community-based organizations that serve young people
2. Work with Development Team to identify and apply for relevant grants and maintain ongoing relationships with partners and funders by attending meetings, writing required status reports and submitting appropriate applications
3. Supervise and support leadership and development of RJ staff members by conducting individual supervision meetings, co-facilitating and debriefing cases, and providing additional professional development as needed
4. Assess program management, oversee and streamline administrative and client-engagement processes, and revise programs as needed to maximize efficiency
5. Gather and assess evaluative data on program effectiveness to ensure program quality and efficacy
6. Support New York Peace Institute’s mission and vision, participate in leadership meetings and various
organizational efforts, and facilitate efforts to further NYPI’s DEI strategic agenda

How to Apply:

Please submit your cover letter and resume to hr@nypeace.org. Please write Restorative Justice Manager in the subject line. Due to the high volume of applications received, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Skills:  
•Extensive knowledge and experience in restorative justice practices, including facilitation, circle keeping, conferencing, mediation and/or conflict coaching
•A solid understanding of and commitment to social change through building the capacity and power of people to change their communities
•High level of cultural competency
•Demonstrated leadership and the ability to effectively supervise and train others
•Familiarity and experience in program management and development
•A working knowledge of the criminal justice system in NYC
•Excellent organizational, listening, oral and written communication skills,
•Critical thinking and ability to apply policies and procedures into action
•Strong management skills
•Ability to coordinate among various stakeholders to complete projects and activities
Employment type:
  • Full Time
Salary Range: Unspecified
 
Other Information
 
Degree: Unspecified
Experience (year): 5
Job Location: New York - New York - USA
Zipcode: 10038
 
Post Date: 12/22/2020
 
Contact Information
 
Company: New York Peace Institute
Contact Name: New York Peace Institute
 
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