Court Diversion and Victim Services Case Manager

Are you committed to applying restorative approaches to increase accountability, promote safety, and support those impacted by crime?

LRC is hiring a full-time Court Diversion and Victim Services Case Manager to coordinate restorative processes and support services for individuals and communities impacted by crime. The case manager will work in a team to create more trauma-informed and victim-centered responses and supports, and be responsible for supporting participants in a range of pre-adjudication programs. This position is ideal for someone with excellent communication, collaboration, and organizational skills, and those who possess an understanding of trauma-informed and victim centered practices in Vermont’s justice and human service systems. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience is required, and preference will be given to those with experience working with justice-involved individuals and/or with victims of crime.


Restorative Practices in Schools Trainer and Coach

Can you see yourself working with students and staff to create more inclusive and equitable learning environments?

LRC is hiring a full-time Restorative Practices (RP) Trainer and Coach to coordinate and support the implementation of restorative practices in local schools. This position is ideal for someone with a strong understanding of restorative practices, familiarity with the whole-school approach to restorative work, training experience, strong communication skills, and an ability to work both independently and on a team. The successful candidate for this new position will become an integral part of LRC’s existing youth team and will work collaboratively with LRC’s other restorative justice trainers and practitioners.

School Engagement Specialists

Do you have a passion for supporting students’ school success? Do you enjoy collaborating with others to solve problems?

LRC is hiring three full-time School Engagement Specialists (SES) to expand its School Engagement Program team. Responsibilities include providing outreach and support to Lamoille Valley students ages 5 to 15, and their families, struggling with school attendance. The SES helps students re-engage with school by working together to identify causes of school absences and address attendance barriers. This position is ideal for someone with a strong understanding of Vermont’s education and human services systems, excellent communication and collaboration skills, and the ability to work both independently and on a team.

All positions are based in Hyde Park, and come with a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package that includes employee health, dental, and life insurance. Other benefits include paid sick and vacation leave, 15 paid holidays, and a retirement plan. Interested individuals can apply by email – with the job title in the subject line – by sending a cover letter and resume to: Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.