DVSAS is hiring a part-time (0.5 FTE) Children and Family Advocacy Coordinator! The Children and Family Advocacy Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that the needs of parents, children, and youth are addressed in the direct service programming of DVSAS. This position trains and supervises Children’s Program volunteers and interns to leverage the impact of the program. The Children and Family Advocacy Coordinator develops and modifies curricula, resources, and training materials based on community needs, grant requirements, and current research to help parents and children cope with the effects of domestic and sexual violence. This position also works closely with CPS involved clients. The Children and Family Advocacy Coordinator will provide direct client services, maintain a client caseload, and be a part of the program staff 24-hour coverage rotation.
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If you're passionate about working with survivors, and your qualifications are a match for this position, please email a cover letter, resume, as well as an application to firstname.lastname@example.org