Baltimore Child Abuse Center is looking for qualified individuals to join our team as we continue to expand our organization and work towards the BCAC mission of providing victims of child sexual abuse, trauma, and other Adverse Childhood Experiences in Baltimore and their non-offending caretakers with comprehensive forensic interviews, medical treatment, and mental health treatment with a goal of preventing future trauma.
Candidates must meet education and experience requirements specific for each job. Under qualified candidates will not be contacted, and each position is contingent on grant funding.
Evening Family Intake Coordinator
The Evening Family Intake Coordinator has an important role at Baltimore Child Abuse Center, Inc. (BCAC) in providing a welcoming, friendly atmosphere to children and families who come to the Center. This person must be engaging, have excellent communication skills and be able to manage an advanced phone system. The person in this position must be aware of their surroundings and be able to properly direct and navigate people to the appropriate departments within BCAC. The Coordinator should consult with BCAC Lead Forensic Interviewer about any concerning observations and be able to document them as necessary. The person in this position may also assist in clerical and administrative duties as needed.
Child Development Specialist
The Child Development Specialist has an important role at Baltimore Child Abuse Center, Inc. (BCAC) in providing management and structure for a program designed for the support and nurturance of youth and families visiting the Center. This person will operate within the Family Advocacy Program to ensure that all youth and families who are receiving services at BCAC have a coordinated, trauma-informed response. The Child Development Specialist must be knowledgeable of child developmental norms and appropriate positive behavioral management techniques. This person must be organized, engaging, energetic, patient, and have excellent listening skills. This position requires the ability to handle multiple tasks, manage multiple youth at one time and be able to interact with all youth in a developmentally appropriate manner. The Child Development Specialist will report to the Family Advocate Program Supervisor.
Baltimore Child Abuse Center (BCAC) is committed to providing education and training to both our professional partners as well as members of our community. In supporting the mission of BCAC, the Training Associate performs a critical role in administering, advertising, and building connections for the myriad of BCAC’s training offerings. The Training Associate is responsible for developing outreach programs for clients and community members, developing and delivering trainings on a myriad of topics, advertising and marketing training to professional partners and community members, and aiding the Training Specialist in tracking training data. This person will also be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships within Baltimore City and the surrounding communities. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, organized, personable, and be excited about engaging the community in child abuse efforts.
Mental Health Therapist
This position will focus primarily on children up to age 18 who have been determined to be chronic runaways. This therapeutic position will provide therapy to children and families with the goal of stabilizing the child and family, activating protective measures and implementing therapeutic interventions as appropriate.
Manager of Inter-agency Partnerships
Children’s Advocacy Centers were birthed out of the spirit of collaboration in order to reduce trauma, and improve effectiveness and efficiency for child victims of abuse and for the benefit of its multi-faceted team. The Manager of Inter-agency Partnerships provides leadership in facilitating and improving collaboration and resiliency within all Baltimore Child Abuse Center (BCAC) teams and among all BCAC involved partnerships (including partner programs within LifeBridge Health) and all Multidisciplinary Teams (MDT) to better serve child victims of abuse and trauma. The Manager of Inter-agency Partnerships will facilitate strong communication, team best practices, and resiliency to optimize team effectiveness. Doing so will provide the best possible coordinated, trauma-informed response to child victims of crime and their families.
Blueprint Project Coordinator
Baltimore Child Abuse Center (BCAC) is committed to providing education and training to our professional partners as well as members of our community. Thanks in part to a grant by The Leonard & Helen R. Stulman Foundation, and in supporting the mission of BCAC, the Blueprint Project Coordinator performs a critical role in aiding in the process of changing the culture around child protection and child abuse prevention in Jewish Baltimore. The Coordinator is responsible for helping develop and implement the Blueprint project in the grant project area of Greater Baltimore, developing outreach programs for youth serving organizations and community members, developing and delivering trainings, advertising and marketing training to professional partners and community members, and aiding the Director of Prevention and Education in this three year project. This person will also be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships within the Baltimore Jewish Community. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, organized, personable, and be excited about engaging the community in child abuse prevention efforts.
Part-Time Nurse Practitioner
The part-time nurse practitioner serves as a collaborative member of the health care team at BCAC and is responsible for performing initial screening exams for children entering foster care and kinship care.
All candidates must submit a resume and cover letter with each application. Please indicate if you have applied for more than one position in your cover letter. We look forward to speaking with you!