Victims Witness Advocate I/II

The Job Holder
Yreka, CA, USA
Sep 22, 2019

Client Name

County of Siskiyou

Requirements

 

Portrayal 

 

The County of Siskiyou is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer 

We welcome candidates of any race, religion, or parentage. 

 

DEFINITION 

 

Under supervision, to give an assortment of administrations to unfortunate casualties and observers of wrongdoings as per the Victim/Witness Program in the County District Attorney's Office; to figure out how to talk with exploited people and witnesses, evaluating necessities and making referrals; to help with the improvement of network assets for injured individual/witness help; to speak to the Victim/Witness Program with network associations and organizations; and to do related work as required. 

 

Recognizing CHARACTERISTICS 

 

This is the passage and first working level in the Victim/Witness Advocate class arrangement. Officeholders learn and play out an assortment of fundamental unfortunate casualty/witness and program bolster administrations for the Victim/Witness Program. This class is recognized by the Victim/Witness Advocate II in that officeholders play out a lesser extent of assignments that don't require a similar degree of learning of the Victim/Witness Program. At the point when an officeholder gets comfortable with division and the Victim/Witness Program strategies and shows great continued work execution, the person in question might be elevated to the Victim/Witness Advocate II level.