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Case Manager

Reporting to the Director of Family Assistance, the Case Manager participates in the work of the Center and the collaborating partner agencies on behalf of the child victims by providing support, information and referrals and resources to victims and their families and to other professionals.

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Crisis Child Care Worker

Under the direct supervision of the Director of Support Services, this professional participates in the work of the Center and the collaborating agencies on behalf of the child victims by assisting with monitoring child and family needs during forensic interviews after business hours. This position is responsible for overseeing waiting room children’s safety and well-being as well as soliciting assistance for crisis needs should they arise.

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Forensic Interviewer

Under the direct supervision of the Forensic Interview Supervisor, this professional participates in the work of the Center and the collaborating agencies on behalf of child victims by performing forensic interviews at DCAC and at DCAC satellite offices, offering community service referrals, and providing other professional expertise necessary to fulfill DCAC's mission.

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Long-term Case Manager

Reporting to the Director of the Research Institute, the Long-term Case Manager participates in the work of the Center and the collaborating partner agencies on behalf of the child victims by follow up regarding functioning and needs and then providing support, information, referrals, and resources to victims and their families and to other professionals.

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MDT Intake Liaison

Reporting to the Chief of Coordination and Training, the MDT Intake Liaison participates in the work of the Center and the collaborating agencies on behalf of the child victims by reviewing and coordinating notifications of child abuse and neglect from the DFPS Services Statewide Intake, identifies, and tracks notifications within the DCAC Investigative Protocol with MDT members and assist in the coordination of all MDTC activities.

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Research Associate

Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center seeks a Research Associate with experience in doing research and analysis of social science data. The research associate will work with, and report to the Director of the Research Institute of the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC). This individual will work collaboratively with all teams and the Director of the Research Institute at DCAC to design studies, develop instrumentation, analyze data, publish manuscripts, and present data to relevant audiences.

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Therapist

Reporting to the Director of Clinical Services, the Therapist provides evidence-based, trauma-informed mental health services to children who have disclosed severe abuse. The Therapist must engage non-offending caregivers in their child's treatment and promote the family's abilities to offer healing and safety.

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