Southmountain Children and Family Services plans to open a Children’s Advocacy Center in Moore County and in Harnett County. The job duties description below is applicable for the two, separate, position opportunities.
Children’s Advocacy Center Director
• Bachelor’s Degree or higher required. Preference will be given to candidates with a degree in Human Services.
• Strong organizational, group facilitation, and written communication skills are necessary.
• Forensic interviewing, and public relations skills are preferred.
• Salary based on experience and education. Benefits include annuity plan, health, and other insurances, and paid-time-off.
The Center Director will coordinate child sexual and physical abuse cases for the geographic County. The Director will work in collaboration with a Multidisciplinary Team formed with representation of community agencies charged with the investigation of child abuse cases (DSS, Law Enforcement, the DA’s Office, as well as other community service providers). One of the primary duties of the Director is to conduct forensic interviews of the children who report abuse. Extensive training will be provided for this duty. The Director will collect and input all data pertaining to each case, prepare the case for discussion at a weekly case review and facilitate the review meetings. The director will also work in collaboration with other community service providers as well as Family Advocate and Therapist to provide victim advocacy, counseling, and family services. This position is full time 40 hours per week, typically Monday through Friday, but requires flexibility for after hour emergencies and periodic on call.
Send resume/CV and pertinent information to:
Southmountain Children and Family Services
PO Box 3387
Morganton, NC 28680
Or email to [email protected]
Southmountain Children and Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.