The BIP Group Facilitator will provide direct service delivery as a facilitator of Batterer’s Intervention groups. This position will take place on site as well as develop into community locations to serve a new County Service Plan and State referrals. This position requires facilitation of the batterer’s intervention curriculum with groups of offenders in accordance with court-ordered attendance and Information for Bid (IFB) state requirements. Preparation for group facilitation includes all aspects of lesson components and client record-keeping. This position promotes community, family, and child safety. The goal in group facilitation with domestic violence offenders will focus on decreasing risk of re-offense by ongoing evaluation of information, comprehension and skills acquisition with demonstrated practice.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Education and/or Experience
Knowledge of Criminal Justice, Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Public Policy, or other related field; Human relations skills must; should become familiar with the criminal justice system and community resources. Demonstrated ability to work effectively and efficiently with all levels of management, employees, and residents; ability to deal effectively with residents and referral sources; self- starting, motivated, and adapt to changing technology; Proven skills at problem solving, conducting research; Should be computer literate particularly in Microsoft Office.
A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent with a minimum of 3 years direct service experience in community corrections, security and/or group facilitation required. Competency/training in state approved curricula preferred.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Female/Protected Veteran\
Individuals with Disabilities