Here’s a plum job for someone who’s into juvenile justice reform:
Reclaiming Futures, a non-profit that focuses on helping kids involved with drugs, alcohol and crime, is looking for a new national director. Started by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Reclaiming Futures uses a 6-step model that brings judges, probation officers, substance abuse treatment professionals and community members together to help kids in need.
Some of the job responsibilities include:
- Create a strategic plan for policy, programming, communications, operations and budgets.
- Track and measure the performance of Reclaiming Futures sites
- Perform site visits, develop funding opportunities, attend meetings and make conference presentations
- Network, coordinate and promote activities with other national organizations and other interested parties
This position pays $105,000 – $120,000, depending on experience and you’d have to move to Portland, OR. To download the application, click here.