Serves as primary subject matter expert for specific juvenile justice related Training & Technical Assistance (TTA) projects and tasks. Works independently, sometimes leading a team. Candidate will support the agency to successfully implement a four-process model of knowledge management as a foundation to the agency’s TTA function. Candidate shall assist the agency in managing information strategically and coordinating resources to build and retain knowledge. The candidate is expected to stay abreast of the latest juvenile justice events, publications, trends, and emerging issues to identify areas of opportunity for OJJDP to leverage resources, educate practitioners and the public, and connect stakeholders and grantees.
Ph.D. AND a minimum of 1 year experience in juvenile justice, social science, or other appropriate subject area; OR
Master’s degree AND a minimum of 5 years’ experience in juvenile justice, social science, or other appropriate subject area; OR
Bachelor’s degree AND a minimum of 7 years’ experience in juvenile justice, social science, or other appropriate subject area.
Experience with training and technical assistance programs is highly desired.
Ability to define project timelines, tasking, and direction to effectively carry out the initiatives.
Experience in monitoring progress and managing risks to ensure milestones are met across the program.
Excellent organizational, customer relations, and communications (verbal and written) and presentation skills