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Sensitive Crimes Victim Advocate
Employer:Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office.
Position: Full-time position; Sensitive Crimes Victim Advocate, Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office.
Description: Provide supportive services, crisis counseling, advocacy and assistance to sexual assault and child abuse victims and their families as they proceed through the criminal justice system. Provide comprehensive services as mandated by the Wisconsin Constitution and Chapter 950 of the Wisconsin Statutes to crime victims and witnesses.
Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree with a major in Criminal Justice, Social Work, Counseling or a related human service field. Preferred: Master's Degree, experience working with children, experience in crisis or trauma counseling, and/ or experience with a criminal justice agency. Valid Driver’s License required.
Residency: Milwaukee County residency required within six months of hire.
Salary Range: $37,481 to $45,318
To Apply: Submit resume to Debra Davidoski, Director, Victim Witness Services, Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, 821 W. State Street, Room 405, Milwaukee, WI 53233.
Application closes July 10, 2013 or until a suitable candidate is hired
Deadline for applications:July 10, 2013 or until a suitable candidate is hired
Contact:Debra Davidoski, Director, Victim Witness Services