Careers

Job Description:

  • Interview and assess the needs of victims and witnesses as it pertains to relocation and services 
  • Work closely with Baltimore City Police Department to conduct threat assessments 
  • Facilitate emergency temporary and permanent relocation of victims and witnesses 
  • Accompany members of the Baltimore City Police Department Witness Relocation Unit on safe house checks 
  • Arrange for transportation to and from appointments and court appearances when necessary 
  • Obtain and review police reports and criminal background checks 
  • Assist the staff of the Victim Witness reception room to answer phones, sign in victims and any other day to day tasks 
  • Maintain records on the expenses associated with relocation 
  • Maintain monthly statistics for VOCA grant 
  • Any other duties that fall within the Victim Witness Division 

Qualifications: Applicants must possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree or at least two years’ of equivalent work-related experience. Preferred majors include criminal justice, paralegal studies, social work, or a related field.  Applicants should possess the ability to work in a high-volume environment. The ideal candidate should be able to interact professionally with attorneys, victims and witnesses, have the ability to multitask, have exceptional organizational skills, a positive attitude, be able to work independently, demonstrate enthusiasm to learn new ideas and concepts. Selected candidates will be subject to drug and alcohol testing and a criminal background check before starting employment. 

Salary: Commensurate with experience.

This is a full-time position.  This position is a local government public service position which may qualify for Federal Student Aid Public Service Loan Forgiveness. 

Comprehensive benefits package: Full range of health insurance provider options, vision insurance, dental insurance, deferred compensation option, life insurance, 10+ paid holidays per year, vacation leave, sick leave, and personal leave.  Newly hired candidates are automatically enrolled in the City of Baltimore Employee Retirement Pension System.  Member employees may earn membership credits through transfer of service from other governmental agencies (including military service) toward retirement. The selected candidate will be required to a criminal background check, before starting employment.

To Apply: Applicants should email a cover letter, writing sample and resume to resume@stattorney.org with a subject line reference of “Relocation Specialist” in the body of your transmittal email, please also indicate Relocation Specialist as the position for which you are applying. Open until filled.

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