Identity Theft Networks Project Director Job Description
The Maryland Crime Victims’ Resource Center, Inc. (MCVRC) seeks a Project Director for the newly launched ID Theft Networks collaborative project. The position is a full time, salaried employee of MCVRC located in the Upper Marlboro main office and reporting to the Senior Project Director/Director of Special Grants.
About the Identity Theft Networks Project
On October 1, 2010, MCVRC began a 3-year cooperative agreement with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) to create and serve a National Identity Theft Victims’ Network Hub (HUB) to facilitate up to nine sub-awards creating and supporting regional or statewide coalitions to assist victims of identity theft through a network. The HUB’s coalitions will assist victims of identity theft by encouraging the expansion of existing victim service programs to improve the responses to victims of identity theft.
Education & Experience
This position requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and preferable a master’s degree in Social Work, Public Administration, Criminal Justice or a related field, and experience in non-profit management, victim services or other similar position. Professional experience with identity theft victimization is highly desirable.
Skills & Expertise
The Project Director must possess demonstrated skills and expertise in:
1) victims’ services and the criminal justice system, including financial fraud and preferably identity theft;
2) coalition building, sustainability, and development;
3) project and program management;
4) grant reporting;
6) proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite of programs
Responsibilities & Tasks
The Project Director is responsible for assisting up to nine non-profit community-based and/or agency-based victim service organizations around the country, who are awarded one-year subgrants. The Identity Theft Networks Project is funded by the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC). The Project Director is a part of the Identity Theft Networks Team at MCVRC and has overall responsibility for the success of the subrecipient sites in meeting their project goals.
• Work weeks are 5 days, Monday to Friday, 8 hours per day.
• This position is located in the Upper Marlboro office at 1001 Prince George’s Blvd, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774 although some travel may be necessary.
How to Apply:
Applicants should submit their resume and cover letter as ONE attachment via email ONLY to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use the subject line “ID Theft Project Director.” Also, we welcome you to see our main website for details about our organization's mission: www.mdcrimevictims.org.