NAMI of Virginia is hiring Program Support staff (3.20.18)
See posting for this part time support position HERE.
NAMI of Virginia is hiring a Director of Children and Youth Programs (4/15/18)
Learn more HERE.
SCAN is hiring a bilingual (Spanish/English) volunteer coordinator or victim witness/advocate (2.28.18)
SCAN of Northern Virginia seeks a high-energy, detail-oriented people-person with volunteer management experience and experience in child welfare or victim advocacy as well as fluent Spanish and English skills to join our CASA Program team. The Court Appointed Special Advocate or CASA Program recruits, trains, supervises and supports volunteer advocates for abused or neglected children as their cases proceed through the court system. The CASA Case Supervisor’s primary responsibilities are to supervise assigned caseload of volunteers, edit their court reports, and coordinate CASA volunteer recruitment (especially targeted efforts to recruit bilingual volunteer), volunteer interviews, and pre-service training.
SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) of Northern Virginia was founded in 1988 to promote the well-being of children, improve parent-child relations and prevent child abuse and neglect through education, public awareness and advocacy. SCAN is the only Northern Virginia nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to education and advocacy for child abuse prevention throughout the Northern Virginia region. SCAN builds hope for children and families by implementing effective, evidence-based prevention programs. For more information about the organization, visit www.scanva.org.
This is a full-time position, working an average of 40 hours/week, including some evening trainings and occasional weekend events. This position would work with two other CASA Case Supervisors and the Program Manager to coordinate CASA volunteer recruitment, volunteer interviews, and pre-service training. The Bilingual Case Supervisor would supervise up to 25 volunteers and their cases, providing supervision, problem-solving, accompaniment, and court report editing to ensure quality volunteer advocacy for each child.
To learn more about the position and application instructions, please visit www.scanva.org/employment