Join Our Faculty

Justice For Vets and the NADCP family is looking for energetic and knowledgeable treatment court professionals to join us on the road as facilitators or specialized presenters.

Facilitators

Facilitators lead treatment court teams through one- to three-day NADCP and divisional trainings across the country, and possess a combination of subject-matter expertise and presentation skills. Facilitators must have a deep understanding of the NADCP Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards and how to apply them to a treatment court program.

  • Required Skills

    • Minimum of two years actively working in the treatment court field or retired and keeping current on the latest research and applications
    • Deep understanding of the 10 Key Components of Adult Drug Court and the NADCP Adult Drug Court Best Practice Standards

  • Responsibilities

    • Present on discipline- or topic-specific subjects and facilitate group discussion
    • Prepare training follow-up, including writing reports for NADCP staff and federal funders
    • Understand and follow NADCP-approved curriculum and messaging standards
    • Be responsive to NADCP communications and meet deadlines relating to travel, compensation and reimbursement
    • Update NADCP of professional developments, including title and compensation changes

  • Application Process

    • Complete application, including submission of a cover letter, resume and provided reference form
    • Preference will be given to individuals who have attended NADCP training including the national conference
    • NADCP will review the application and notify applicants if they pass the first evaluation

Specialized Presenters

Specialized presenters work in fields relevant to treatment courts and provide NADCP and its divisions with subject-matter expertise for webinars, in-person training and consultation. Topic areas may include toxicology, medication-assisted treatment, substance use, mental health, addiction sciences, research and criminal justice.

  • Required Skills

    • Actively working in a specialized field or retired and keeping current on the latest research and applications

  • Responsibilities

    • Present on discipline- or topic-specific subjects and facilitate group discussion
    • Understand and follow NADCP-approved curriculum and messaging standards
    • Be responsive to NADCP communications and meet deadlines relating to travel, compensation and reimbursement
    • Update NADCP of professional developments, including title and compensation changes

  • Application Process

    • Complete application, including submission of cover letter, resume and provided reference form
    • Applicant must be able provide a video sample of speaking engagement and evaluations from past speaking engagements
    • Preference will be given to individuals who have attended NADCP training including the national conference
    • NADCP will review the application and notify applicants if they pass the first evaluation