Victim Advocate

Department/Program: Judicial


This full time position provides direct and indirect services to crime victims on the Hannahville Indian Community Reservation; provides team assistance to the OVW Indian Tribal Government Grant and Family Violence Prevention Grant, if awarded; supports victims by participation in Community outreach services and programs, referring to other professional services to ensure that victims receive needed holistic support and treatment. Acts as crisis contact following police request for department involvement, follow up contact and support.


Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Criminal Justice or Human Services or documented equivalent training (transcripts/certificates required). A minimum of 2 years documented experience and training in victim advocacy. Accurate and timely record keeping skills and statistical analysis required. Significant report writing and/or grant writing and grant management experience required. Proficient in all Microsoft Office applications. Candidate must have background in issues faced by victims of Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Human Trafficking and other crimes as well as local traditional healing practices. Relevant experience with an Indian tribe preferred.


Deadline: 5/7/2021

To Apply:

Submit completed “Application for Employment” to the Human Resources Department within the Tribal Administration building. Applications can be downloaded by visiting Mail original with copy of degree and resume to Hannahville Indian Community Human Resources, N14911 Hannahville B-1 Road, Wilson, MI 49896, postmarked by deadline. Please no faxes. If application currently on file, and over 60-day limit, a new application must be submitted.  Call Human Resources with any questions at 906-466-2932.