DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The Case Coordinator works closely with the Administration Team to oversee all aspects of case management and volunteer management for the program. The Case Coordinator organizes, oversees and tracks data related to cases and assists facilitators with aspects of particular cases and meeting coordination. Responsible for all aspects of client communications. The Case Coordinator is ultimately responsible for all of the ‘comings and goings’ of information, people and meetings that comprise the Restorative Justice program and initiates action on referred cases from partner agencies. The role requires a strong demonstrated knowledge of restorative justice, process thinking, program and project management, interpersonal effectiveness, and excellent verbal and written communication skills. There is potential for this position to become a permanent part-time role; the successful candidate should possess the ability to one day train volunteers and supervise clerical help.
Cook County MN Restorative Justice is a program of the North Shore Health Care Foundation. Restorative Justice is an approach that includes both justice and reconciliation for harms created through crime or relational conflict. Restorative Justice is not simply about making an apology; it is about understanding the motivations of the offender and the effects on the victim.