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Careers & Internships


2015 InternsCareer Opportunities:
 
VICE PRESIDENT OF DEVELOPMENT

The Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County seeks a dynamic leader as Vice President of Development.  The mission of the Center is to provide safety, healing, and justice for children victimized by abuse or neglect.  Reporting directly to the CEO, the Vice President of Development is responsible for revenue growth for the Center, and all facets of fundraising for the organization, including:  development of short and long range fundraising plans; coordination of special events and grant solicitation; and donor prospect identification, cultivation and stewardship.  Supervises development staff of five.  Minimum 3 years development experience and proven track record of fundraising success required.  Planned giving experience and marketing/consumer research skills a plus.  Position requires strong leadership and management skills and the ability to function well in a teamwork environment.  Qualified applicants may email resume and salary requirements to jobs@caccollincounty.org.  

DONOR RELATIONS MANAGER
 The Donor Relations Manager reports to the Vice President of Development and is responsible for securing, cultivating, and managing a portfolio of corporate and individual donors.  Preferred qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree and 3 to 5 years successful experience in fundraising or other relevant corporate individual engagement work experience (preferably human services related).  Position requires excellent communication and organizational skills, comfort with public speaking, and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team.  Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge is a plus.  Qualified applicants may email cover letter with salary history to jobs@caccollincounty.org.

DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR
This position is responsible for managing all 3rd party events benefiting the Center, including working with donors to plan the event, providing support as needed during the event, and tracking the results of all 3rd party events.  The Development Coordinator is also responsible for management of donor relationships and volunteers for seasonal projects benefiting the children served by the Center, in addition to speaking on behalf of the agency at corporate and community events.    Duties also include providing assistance with agency special events as needed.  The position requires excellent writing and public speaking skills, and the ability to build relationships with a wide variety of people.  Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Qualified applicants may email resume and salary requirements to   jobs@caccollincounty.org.

SENIOR STAFF ACCOUNTANT
 
The Senior Staff Accountant reports to the CFO and is responsible for preparation of financial statements, reports, and analysis; overseeing fixed assets and commercial insurance; assisting with preparation of the annual audit and Form 990; organizing and maintaining financial records; and providing backup for the HR department.  Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field, and a minimum of 3 years’ experience with general ledger and financial statements is required.  Experience in QuickBooks and with nonprofits is preferred but not required. 

No phone calls regarding this position, please.  Applicants will only be considered if they submit a resume and cover letter answering the following questions to  Jobs@caccollincounty.org.   
• Why candidate wants to work for a nonprofit
• Why candidate thinks he/she would be a good fit for this organization
• Salary expectations.

 



Internship Opportunities:

As a teaching facility, Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County is committed to providing hands-on experience for undergrad and graduate students in the fields of social work, clinical therapy, child development or other human services fields.

Family Advocate Internships

Family advocate interns have opportunities to work directly with client families, as well as to assist the professionals who investigate and manage cases of alleged abuse and neglect. Interns will gain invaluable experience in conducting needs assessments, conducting home visits, supervising court-ordered parent-child visits and observing criminal and civil trials.

Internship requirements:

  • Availability: 16 hours spring/fall; 20 hours summer
  • Participate in a three-day orientation prior to beginning internship
  • Ability to pass a criminal background check
  • Ability to pass an applicant interview process
  • Participation in weekly supervision activities

To apply for Family Advocate Internships, send your resume to:

Samantha Barrett, LMSW
Family Advocate Intern Supervisor
sbarrett@caccollincounty.org

Clinical Internships

The CACCC clinical training program offers graduate students opportunities to receive practical experience in multiple therapeutic modalities including play, individual, art, music, family and group therapies. Interns accepted are:

  • Master’s level practicum students
  • Licensed Professional Counselor Interns
  • Clinical social work fellows

To apply for a Clinical internship or fellowship, send your resume to:

Summer Land
Clinical Supervisor
sland@caccollincounty.org

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