Re-entry Project Manager position open at the OAG
Closing date is Friday, June 7.
The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is currently seeking a Re-entry Project Manager to oversee re-entry projects/programming and maintain the OAG online re-entry portal. The position coordinates a special grant-funded project, the Norfolk Supervision Treatment and Operational Plan Norfolk (STOP), a collaboration between the OAG, Norfolk Sheriff’s Office, ODU, Norfolk Probation and Parole, and the Norfolk Department of Human Services, and supervises the Re-entry Case Manager in conjunction with this project.
This position provides and coordinates trainings statewide on issues related to re-entry, mental health, substance abuse, and criminal justice programming and reform. This position also represents the OAG as a member of statewide task forces on a variety of criminal justice/public safety topics and regularly attends local and regional re-entry council meetings, promoting re-entry best practices.