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Job Position Open for CASA Coordinator

This position is now filled. Thank you for your interest!

 

Founded in 1981, LACASA Center is an independent, locally-based nonprofit that provides comprehensive services for victims and survivors of child abuse, domestic violence and sexual assault. We also spearhead community education and awareness programs that help keep our community safer.

We currently are seeking a full-time Advocate Coordinator for our Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program in Livingston County. Our CASA volunteers serve as the voice of foster children who cannot return home because it is not safe.

As the Coordinator of our CASA Program, you will assist the CASA Program Manager with sustaining the overall CASA Programs and supervising up to 30 CASA Volunteers. You will attend hearings in Family Court and be responsible for tracking case outcomes and other data collection. You also will conduct training of volunteers and give community presentations.

Preferred qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or a related social service field, and previous experience working with volunteers. Knowledge and understanding of child abuse and neglect, families in crisis, and other social service skills are highly desirable.

If you are passionate about our mission, we invite you to apply by sending your resume and cover letter to CASA Program Manager, Melanie Cattermole, at mcattermole@lacasacenter.org or FAX 517-548-3034.

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