Dallas CASA is a nonprofit organization advocating for abused and neglected children. We thank you for exploring job opportunities with us and considering Dallas CASA as a potential employer. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, color, national & ethic origin, religion, sex, age, disability or genetic information.
Dallas CASA Supervisor
Responsibilities include: supervising volunteer advocates for children who are under the jurisdiction of the courts due to allegations of abuse or neglect; helping volunteers gather information and present recommendations; accompanying advocates to court hearings, meetings and visits to foster homes; developing volunteer effectiveness and autonomy; documenting case information in accordance with national standards and agency policy; working effectively with attorneys, foster parents, caseworkers and others; and participating in organization projects, such as training, work groups and special events.
Candidates must communicate respectfully with those of different races, cultures and backgrounds and must be able to respond effectively to conflicting views and positions. Preferred: supervisory experience, human service education and/or experience, Spanish language proficiency. Please email cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Amber Farris.
Volunteer Recruitment and Outreach Manager
Dallas CASA seeks a Volunteer Recruitment and Outreach Manager. Responsibilities include assisting in the development and implementation of a comprehensive volunteer advocate recruitment program. The Manager will participate in outreach events and volunteer fairs, speak to groups and organizations and conduct information sessions about becoming a Dallas CASA volunteer advocate for abused and neglected children, and work on various outreach initiatives with stakeholders and supporters. The Manager will screen, track, interview and make recommendations regarding potential volunteers. Cultivating and fostering relationships with potential volunteers is a key component of the job.
Additionally, this position will manage administrative needs, scheduling and logistics for the department, and supervise a Volunteer Coordinator who responds to all volunteer inquiries, engages volunteer candidates, manages database information and processes potential candidates through the application process. Ideal candidates will be experienced in various recruitment methods and public speaking. Forensic interviewing or related skills preferred but not required. Superior written and oral communication and organizational skills required. Minimum three years related experience and bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of experience and education. Please email resume and salary requirements to Amber Farris.