Client Advocate/Forensic Interviewer:
Reports to Executive Director
Working Hours: 40 hours per week generally between Monday – Friday during the office hours of 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, with a lunch break. Weekend and evening hours required for special events.
Salary Range: DOE
Education/Experience Required: Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Service field or equivalent work experience.
General Qualities Required:
- Dependability, enthusiasm, and creativity
- Proven verbal and written communication skills
- Understanding of victim advocacy and the understanding of child abuse
- Proven capacity for collaboration and relationship building
- Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule
- Coordinate the Haywood County Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) to promote understanding, investment and use of the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) model
- Complete documentation and reports required by funding sources
- Develop and maintain appropriate forms and record keeping system for the program
- Maintain data tracking system of services and case outcomes
- Collect and prepare OMS data
- Represent KARE at local and regional meetings as requested
- Compile data for reporting
- Coordinate outreach activities as related to child abuse
- Grant documentation and report preparation
- On behalf of CAC clients, communicate regularly with referral sources through written reports, phone calls, meetings, etc.
- Maintain contact with children and non-offending family members throughout the investigation and prosecution phases.
- Provide advocacy for families.
- Link CAC clients with services when appropriate, including Victims Compensation.
- Provide Forensic Interviews to children. (Training provided as necessary)
Interested Candidates should email resumes with letter of interest to Julie Schroer, Executive Director by June 8, 2018.