Whatcom County, WA
Job Summary: Would you enjoy the challenge of:
Providing excellent support to Whatcom Countys Victim/Witness Assistant Unit of the Prosecuting Attorneys Office?
Working independently with minimal supervision in a high-volume, fast-paced environment?
Communicating the legal process and advocating for victims and/or witnesses of crimes?
If you answered yes to these questions, we hope to hear about your qualifications to fill this key role in the Prosecuting Attorneys Office. The Victim Witness Coordinator II provides specialized tasks as a systems based advocate related to providing a variety of support services to victims and witnesses of all types of felony crimes in accordance with the Crime Victims Act of 1982. This position balances team and individual responsibilities with minimal supervision. Coordinates and participates in interviews of victims and witnesses; documents the reaction of the victim or witness, and the trauma and impact associated with the crime in order to prepare recommendations to aide the assigned attorney in determining the viability of prosecution.
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Administrative Manager Qualifications: A Bachelors degree in Human Services, Criminal Justice or a closely related field AND 2 years of progressively responsible experience providing victim advocacy services. Must be able to type accurately and proficiently with a speed of 60 net words per minute.
Must have a background check that meets County criteria and CJIS security.
Required to complete advocacy certification at the next available Washington State Victim Assistance Academy after hiring, if certification has not already been attained provided funding is available.
Required to become a member of the local collective bargaining unit. Salary:
Master Collective Bargaining Agreement
2017 Salary Range:
$23.47 - $33.72 per hour
2018 Salary Range:
$24.06 - $34.57 per hour
Whatcom County, WA