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Victim Services Line of Business
Are you a professional with experience supporting American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) Tribal communities regarding financial support and victim services? This opportunity will allow specialists to support the Department of Justice's, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) in their continued commitment to provide relevant resource and tools to the AI/AN communities. Specifically, financial management specialists will work with OVC to provide AI/AN grantees and AI/AN victim-serving organizations with financial management training and increase grants management knowledge and skills to ensure that victim assistance is provided to all survivors of crime.
Financial Management Specialists:
Are considered key project personnel and must be approved by OVC.
Must have the ability to communicate effectively and provide training and technical assistance using the full range of financial management, accounting, business administration or organizational development-related disciplines.
Must demonstrate excellent analytic and communication skills and a client-service orientation.
Bachelor's degree in financial management, accounting, Federal grants management, business administration or organizational development-related disciplines from an accredited institution
8 years professional experience
Knowledge of national trends and initiatives; the organizations and individuals actively leading the field; and effective program and project implementation.
Must be able to: plan, organize, and manage the provision of direct technical assistance services to the field; evaluate curriculum or training; conduct needs assessments; or develop publications.
Ability to carry out these assignments must be demonstrated by past experience.
Ability and willingness to travel up to 20% annually
5+ years of experience in one of the following:
Experience providing, developing and/or training services related to victim services for members of AI/AN communities
Experience providing financial support services to members of AI/AN tribal communities
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