The FJD Court of Common Pleas is Hiring a Reentry Coordinator

November 14, 2018

Position: Reentry Coordinator


Open to new applicants, promotion or transfer

One Year Grant Funded Position*This is a one year grant funded position with the possibility of a one year extension based on grant funding*

Salary: $60,000 annually

Application Deadline:  Wednesday, November 21, 2018 @ 4:00 PM


  • Bachelors’ degree (Master’s Degree preferred) AND two years’ experience in reentry programs, restorative 
    justice, victim advocacy or related field


  • Six years of experience in reentry programs, restorative justice, victim advocacy or related field.

  • Experience with governmental, judicial and community agencies

  • Experience supporting, empowering and managing people

  • Familiarity with community based programs

  • Interest in working with court-involved people and improving criminal justice,health, career, and other life outcomes of participants of court based programs

  • Excellent writing, communication and presentation skills

  • City residency required within six (6) months of satisfactory completion of the six (6) month employment probationary period.


This is a managerial position, developing, directing and coordinating various projects within the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania.  This serves as the Reentry Coordinator for the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Criminal Trial Division. The overall goal is to reduce recidivism by supporting the implementation of Common Pleas Criminal Trial Division reentry programs and practices. The Reentry Coordinator will work closely with the program managers and coordinators of the 14 current reentry programs to strengthen and align efforts across programs, build capacity, and develop and track performance indicators to drive continuous improvement.  

The Coordinator will serve as the central point of contact between the program managers and coordinators of the 14 programs, all judicial leaders, justice partners, and contracted social service partner agencies. The Coordinator will also work closely with the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Criminal Justice, the Office of Reintegration Services, the Philadelphia Reentry Coalition, service providers and those providing supportive services including workforce development, housing, mentoring, and others, and additional stakeholders including program participants. This position reports directly to the Deputy Court Administrator of the Court of Common Pleas Criminal Trial Division.


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