Employment Opportunities with CACWA
Training & Technical Assistance Coordinator
Submit a Cover Letter addressing the required/desired qualifications and presenting any other applicant characteristics that deserve emphasis and a Current Resume by July 26, 2019.
Submit resume/cover letter to: Director@cacwa.org or follow the link below to be taken to the current job posting on indeed.com
Link to Job posting on Indeed.com https://www.indeedjobs.com/childrens-advocacy-centers-of-washington/_hl/en_US?cpref=apORxsnLZwCjLOi4YeVNLs_1WAXHb5RL-FFxAqh7WrI
We are hiring!
CACWA is the Washington State Chapter of the National Children’s Alliance (NCA), the national membership and accrediting organization for Children’s Advocacy Centers.
As a chapter, we provide training and technical assistance to existing and developing Children's Advocacy Centers (CACs), facilitate growth and sustainability of CACs in Washington, and provide a voice and support for the CAC network and model of service.
Children’s Advocacy Centers are child-focused, child-friendly facilities where children and their families feel safe enough to get the help they need to stop abuse and begin the process of healing. Representatives from many disciplines meet to discuss and make decisions about investigation, treatment and prosecution of child abuse cases. They also work to prevent further victimization of children.
This multidisciplinary team approach brings together all the professionals and agencies needed to offer comprehensive services; law enforcement, child protective services, prosecution, mental health, the medical community and advocacy.
Communities that have developed a Children’s Advocacy Center experience many benefits: less trauma to child victims during the investigative process; better communication between professionals; increased access by children and their families to community resources; more immediate follow-up to child abuse reports; more efficient medical and mental health referrals; reduction in the number of child abuse victim interviews; increased number of successful prosecutions; and consistent support for child victims and supportive adults.
This comprehensive approach, with follow-up services provided by the CAC, ensures that children receive child-focused services in a child-friendly environment – one in which the child’s needs come first!