Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of the Will County Children's Advocacy Center's team. Current full-time, exempt job openings:
Culturally diverse and bilingual (English-Spanish) individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.
TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and include the position title in the subject line. NO PHONE CALLS, NO IN-PERSON VISITS. All positions open until filled.
The Will County Children's Advocacy Center was founded by Will County State's Attorney James W. Glasgow in 1995 as a quasi-governmental non-profit Section 501(c)(3) organization to provide hope, healing and justice for Will County children and non-offending family members who have endured physical and sexual abuse, exploitation, neglect and exposure to violence.
Salaries and benefits offered are competitive with other private and public sector positions. Employment benefits vary according to full-time or part-time employment status and between employee groups.
- Wellness Program
- Vacation (based on seniority and years of service)
- Paid Holidays
- Sick Leave
- Personal leave
- County Retirement Plan
- Choice of Two Health Plans
- Dental Plan
- Vision Plan
- Life Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- Employee Assistance Program
- Deferred Compensation (IRS Section 457) - Employee Paid
Other Services Offered
- Supplemental Life Insurance
- Credit Union
- Direct Deposit
- Flexible Spending Account
JOB SUMMARY: Working in a multidisciplinary (MDT) environment, the Operations Manager works at both a strategic and tactical level to provide oversight and management of operational activities and is responsible for creating and monitoring organizational and program budgets, grant writing and reporting, and all fiscal/bookkeeping functions. The Operations Manager ensures organizational effectiveness by providing leadership for the financial functions, and contributing to the development and implementation of organizational strategies, policies and practices. Occasional evenings and weekends are required. See full job description here.
Bilingual Family Advocate
JOB SUMMARY: Working in a multidisciplinary (MDT) environment, the Bilingual Family Advocate is responsible for promoting a child focused, supportive environment by providing crisis support, system information, and community resources for children and their families who participate in an investigation of child abuse or for children who have witnessed traumatic and violent crime throughout the life of the case. Victim support and advocacy is integral and fundamental to the MDT response as well as the well-being of the child and non-offending family members. Occasional evening or weekend work hours are required. See full job description here.