Southern Job Opportunities
MADD job opportunities within the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia
Program Specialist 53-13
Develop and design programs in accordance to grant specifications and track results for reporting measurable achievements and results. Direct, organize and implement all aspects and technical portions of core and supplemental and/or grant funded drunk driving prevention programs for targeted populations at the State and Local level. Responsible for all program and/or grant administration including regular liaison and reporting, achievement of established performance objectives, development of programs to achieve objectives and adherence to all program an/or grant policies and guidelines.
Part Time Court Monitoring Specialist 51-13
Responsible for the overall collection/reporting of case data to MADD’s National Court Monitoring Program Manager. Responsible for building/maintaining volunteer court monitor program. This program supports the long-range goal to reduce the number of alcohol related traffic fatalities in Tennnessee. This program will aid in this reduction by increasing convictions and severity of sentences while also reducing the rate of dismissals of cases. This will reduce DUI recidivism and help the public see that our judical system takes the crime of DUI very seriously. Fewer incidences of DUI will lead to a reduction in the number of alcohol related fatalities. A Court Monitor Specialist is responsible for attending DUI court cases and collecting information that can be used to recommend constructive improvements to our judicial system.
State Executive Director 069-12
Picture your next career leading a dynamic non-profit in Austin, TX. Experience a place to work where expectations are high and where you can make a real difference! If you want to be a part of history in the making, then come be a part of MADD’s mission-driven professional executive team. The State Executive Director, working with the Director of Field Relations and other statewide and national leadership, will manage the daily and strategic operations of MADD Texas. We are seeking an experienced professional who can lead the organization to new heights in providing high quality programs and services that support our mission of stopping drunk driving, supporting victims of the violent crime, and preventing underage drinking.