The Indiana Chapter is not currently directly seeking employment applications. But individual child advocacy centers around Indiana are seeking to fill positions. Some of these are listed below.
Susie’s Place is hiring a full-time forensic interviewer in Bloomington
Bloomington, Indiana • POSTED July 21, 2023
A forensic interviewer is a professional position charged with interviewing reported child victims of crimes and child witnesses to violent crimes in an effort to ensure that children are not further traumatized by the interventions intended to protect them and have access to appropriate services. This is a full-time position based primarily in Bloomington.
Cherish CAC in Hamilton County hiring a Victim Advocate
Carmel, Indiana • POSTED July 11, 2023
The Victim Advocate is responsible for providing supportive services including crisis intervention, information, and appropriate case management services for victims of abuse and crime.
Huntington County CAC hiring for a Family Victim Advocate
Huntington, Indiana • POSTED June 19, 2023
The Family Advocate is responsible for providing direct victim advocacy services to families of children seen at the Child Advocacy Center and adult victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families as needed. The Family Advocate is responsible for the immediate crisis response, safety planning, connecting the client to community resources, assisting the client with victim compensation, protective orders, and providing education on legal and courtroom processes. The Family Advocate manages cases in a confidential manner on an ongoing basis assisting the client in determining the client’s individual needs and providing trauma-informed services throughout the duration of the case.
Meridian Health Services hiring for a Forensic Interviewer
Muncie, Indiana • POSTED MAY 1, 2023
Your expertise and professionalism is what our patients need at our Child and Family Services program in Delaware County, Indiana. You are integral in providing professional counseling as a Therapist to help individuals, couples, and families struggling with depression, anxiety, stress, adjustment problems, and other life challenges.
- Conduct forensic interviews of children
- Interview family members and significant others as needed to complete psychosocial assessment
- Gather information relating to family history and risk factors and generate recommendations.
- Complete assessments of children and compile accurate, comprehensive, grammatically correct reports. Forward reports to necessary parties upon completion, but no later than within the time frames consistent with program requirements and best practice.
- Provide depositions and court testimony.
- Experience as expert witness preferred.
Susie’s Place hiring multiple part-time and contractual prevention educators
Avon, Bloomington, and & terre huate, Indiana • POSTED MAY 5, 2023
Susie’s Place CACs in West-Central Indiana are hiring several prevention coordinators.
These positions are part-time or contractual and involve visiting local schools, churches, and other organizations to teach children and adults about child abuse prevention.