About Dallas CASA

"People ask me how I can do this kind of work – they say that they couldn’t handle hearing our CASA kids' sad stories. What’s truly sad to me is knowing about these children and choosing not to do anything. They are a valuable part of the future and our community. They deserve the best help we can give them."

~ Marcia C., Dallas CASA volunteer since 1984

Job Opportunities

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.

Executive Assistant and Board Liaison

Dallas CASA seeks an Executive Assistant and Board Liaison. Responsibilities include performing administrative functions, setting appointments and managing the President and CEO’s schedule, maintaining contact lists and rosters, managing e-mail, phone and written correspondence with board members and others, collecting and organizing agency and board documentation and records, planning, preparing, setting up for, and drafting agenda and minutes of meetings, assisting with recruiting and fundraising events (some evening) and managing special projects. Direct interaction with board members includes communication regarding board agenda, meetings and materials.

Excellent written and oral communications skills essential, along with demonstrated poise, tact, and diplomacy, an ability to maintain confidentiality, strong organization skills, and the capacity to meet deadlines and adjust to priorities while managing multiple tasks. Must have proficiency with Microsoft Office products including Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint and SharePoint. Required: a bachelor’s degree or related experience in journalism, communications, public relations, business, public administration, or nonprofit management. Preferred: Minimum three years related experience. Please e-mail cover letter, resume, three references and salary requirements to Amber Farris.