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Restorative Justice Specialist
The Restorative Justice Specialist is an innovative and exciting position for an energetic professional interested in delivering restorative justice services and programming in southern Oregon. The position of Restorative Justice Specialist is an entry-level position with expectations for development and potential advancement.
The Restorative Justice Specialist will work as part of a team of practitioners to provide training, consultation, and service delivery to support the implementation and application of restorative justice within schools, criminal justice, and community settings. This position will be responsible for providing direct service to those who have been impacted by crime or wrongdoing, including offenders, victims, families, school staff, community members, and other key stakeholders.
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