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Victim Witness Advocate II (Bilingual English & Spanish)

Charleston County

Charleston County

Charleston, SC, USA
Posted on Tuesday, May 23, 2023

Assists victims and witnesses through the criminal justice process. Provides victims with the rights and responsibilities as victims and witnesses of crimes. Notifies victims and witnesses of hearings and explain court procedures. Provides courtroom assistance to victims and their families. Works with victims in the areas of crisis intervention, one-on-one support, and referrals through the State Office of Victim Assistance. Acts as a liaison between the solicitors and victims. Works closely with law enforcement agencies, social service agencies, and non-profit organizations that provide services to victims. Translates for Spanish Speaking victims and witnesses during the investigatory interviews and court proceedings. Works in the field locating victims and witnesses. Performs other related duties as assigned.

Must be fluent in English and Spanish.

$47,528 - $62,285 (Estimated Annual Salary)


Minimum Qualifications

Associate Degree from an accredited institution in Criminal Justice, Social Services, Sociology, or Psychology from an accredited institution, and two or more years related experience, or a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Social Services, Sociology, or Psychology from an accredited institution.

Must be Certified Victim Service Provider (VSP) by the State of South Carolina or obtain certification within one year of employment.

Must be fluent in English and Spanish.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Personal computer experience including WORD or other commonly accepted word processing application required. Mainframe data entry experience preferred.

Knowledge of the criminal justice system, victim rights, and court procedures preferred.

Ability to deal with highly emotional and stressful situations.

Valid South Carolina driver’s license required.

Criminal and general background check will be completed on selected applicant.