Are You Our Next Judicial Ambassador?

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If you are …

  • A respected traffic judge, with at least (5) years of experience
  • Passionate about helping educate the judiciary about commercial motor vehicle (CMV) safety
  • A judge who can devote approximately 20 hours per month to this important initiative

Then the Judicial Ambassador position at The National Judicial College (NJC) may be the position for you! The position pays $50/hour.

Through its Judicial Ambassador Initiative, NJC will support and educate judges and stakeholders about eliminating the masking of Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)-related traffic offenses on CDL records and other educational initiatives that will improve traffic safety. To provide this needed support and education, the Judicial Ambassadors will continuously educate themselves about the latest research on evidence-based practices that are shown to enhance CMV traffic safety.

  • Judicial Ambassadors will assist in designing and implementing education and training materials for judges and support judicial education efforts by researching and drafting articles for Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and NJC publications.
  • They will research, prepare, and present webinars and courses on issues involving CMV safety, CDLs, and masking at annual judicial education conferences, lunch and learn opportunities, and other seminars.
  • Judicial Ambassadors are responsible for determining venues for providing education and locating avenues for supporting judges in eliminating masking and deferrals.
  • Finally, they will attend annual NJC/FMCSA/Court Roundtable meetings and conference calls every two months.

Please e-mail cover letter and resume to: blee2@judges.org

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination is required (medical exemption and religious belief exception requests will be considered).

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without regard to actual or perceived race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.