Who we are:
The Child Advocacy Center of Tuscola County (CAC) is a multi-disciplinary child advocacy center located in Caro in Tuscola County. We are a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation directed by a board and run by an executive director. The CAC has an unwavering commitment to providing services to the county’s most vulnerable child victims and utilizes best practices to minimize trauma and make certain that all children and families we serve receive the best possible care and treatment.
The Intake Coordinator/Program Manager is responsible for the daily management and coordination of the Child Advocacy Center (CAC) and Multi-Disciplinary Team under the direction of the Executive Director/Forensic Interviewer and the Board of Directors. The position is charged with assisting with forensic interviews, office management, recordkeeping, bookkeeping and grant assistance.
- Assist director with interview schedules with members of the Multi-disciplinary Team (MDT) and family
- Facilitate MDT pre-interview and post-interview meetings along with MDT surveys
- Prepare for and coordinate Case Review sessions
- Assist in the technological running of the Center and specifically of interviews
- Provide referrals to agencies that can assist with services needed by child and non-offending family
- Assist in regular follow-up with child and non-offending family regarding needs and services including pre and post family surveys
- Assist with case and advocacy center statistics in conjunction with case tracking reports to be presented by the Executive Director/Forensic Interviewer to the Board of Directors at regularly scheduled monthly meetings
- Manage small business accounting-Be familiar with QuickBooks and present budgets and financial reports to the board
- Budgeting and monitoring of expenditures, ensuring ongoing bookkeeping and arranging regular financial reviews
- Demonstrate the ability to build collaborative relationships internally and externally and work as part of a team with maturity and professionalism, appreciating different points of view and ability to resolve conflicts in a constructive manner
- Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to remain objective
- Able to work effectively with diverse populations
- Maintain client confidentiality as prescribed by Federal and State Law and professional ethics and standards
- Ensure that case files are managed appropriately at the center
- Ability to develop and sustain positive and effective relationships with community agency partners and MDT members
- Additional duties as assigned by the Executive Director/Forensic Interviewer
Part Time-24 hours per week
The work is mostly sedentary with periods of light physical activity and is performed in office surroundings. Typical positions require workers to sit, walk or stand for long periods; lift and carry up to 20 pounds; climb stairs, bend, reach, hold, grasp and turn objects; and use fingers to operate computer keyboards. This work requires the ability to speak normally and to use normal or aided vision and hearing.
Interested applicants may send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to apply is January 18th, 2019.