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Program Assistant for the Oregon Office for Community Dispute Resolution
The purpose of this position is to provide grant management, technical and administrative support to OOCDR, as well as to provide ongoing direct support for the administrator. CDRCs utilize the program assistant as a resource for information, technical assistance, and grant management purposes. This position ensures that available grant funds are administered properly, efficiently, and effectively; and works with the director and community program staff to promote quality community dispute resolution services in Oregon.
For a complete job description and to apply, please visit the University of Oregon Career Page.
Director, Oregon Solutions
The National Policy Consensus Center (NPCC) in the Hatfield School of Government is hiring a director for its flagship program, Oregon Solutions (OS). OS brings together cross-sector collaborative groups to help communities across Oregon leverage and align resources needed to implement public solutions. Projects are designated by the Governor, led by public conveners, such as elected officials, and designed, managed, and facilitated by OS staff. OS uses a consensus-based decision model to help collaborators agree on and formalize their financial and in-kind commitments to implement identified solutions. Since its inception in 2002, OS has completed over 100 projects, involving hundreds of participants, and leveraging millions of dollars in community project support. Projects have ranged from replacing a flood-ravaged school to securing commitments to large-scale collaborative forest management.
Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice
Application Deadline: October 1, 5 pm
Resolve Center for Dispute Resolution and Restorative Justice has an opening for a Restorative Justice Specialist, Community Based.
The Restorative Justice Specialist is a direct service position for an energetic professional interested in delivering and developing restorative justice services and programming. This position will be responsible for providing direct service to those impacted by crime and wrongdoing including offenders, victims, families, community members, and key stakeholders. The Restorative Justice Specialist will work with the Director of Restorative Justice, and as part of a team of practitioners who provide service in various settings, including area schools and community justice.
For full consideration application materials must be received by 5 pm PST on Sunday, October 1, 2017. No phone calls please.
For more information and application instructions please visit our website: resolvecenter.org
The University of Oregon School of Law currently has an opening for an Administrator of the Oregon Office for Community Dispute Resolution.
Applications are being accepted through August 30, 2017.