Victim Assistance Coordinator (Grant Funded)

Milam County District Attorney


This position is responsible for initial contact with victims after charges have been filed with the District Attorney’s office; interviews victims and/or witnesses; provides crisis intervention counseling; serves as Liaison between victims and prosecutors; assists victims with case status, Crime Victims’ Compensation; Victim Impact Statements, and Crime Loss forms; explains and answers questions (via phone, mail, and in-person) about the criminal justice system; accompany victims to court and to meetings with prosecutors; provides referrals to social service agencies in the community; assists with training officers on victims’ issues, family violence, or working with individuals with mental or emotional illnesses or learning disabilities; and networks with federal, state, regional, and local public and private entities to advocate for victims of crimes. Performs other related duties as assigned.


This position requires knowledge of counseling practices, procedures, methods and techniques related to the identification, interviewing, crisis intervention and support of victims and/or witnesses of domestic violence or criminal activities.   Position also requires ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; and the ability to maintain effective working relationships with co- workers and the public. Must possess and maintain a valid Texas Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record.

Yearly Salary: depends on experience

Interested applicants may email a current resume to the email address listed below:

Email:  [email protected]