CAREERS & INTERNSHIPS
The Vice President of Development reports directly to the CEO and is responsible for all areas of fundraising of the organization, including special events, grant solicitation and the identification, solicitation and cultivation of individual and corporate gifts.
- College degree preferred
- Proven record of fundraising success
- Knowledge or experience in planned giving activities
- Minimum 3 years experience in non-profit fundraising
Job Skills and Abilities Required:
- Strong leadership skills, with the ability to motivate and lead in a team environment
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Strong strategic planning skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Strong marketing skills
- Ability to supervise staff and volunteers
- Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
- Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge
- Develop comprehensive written plan for long-range and short-range fundraising activities
- Growth of overall revenue for the organization
- Develop annual fundraising calendar
- Oversee grant process, including research, submission, and reporting; and write grants as needed
- Expand base of individual donors through cultivation and personal solicitation activities
- Develop and manage donor recognition and stewardship program
- Work closely with the Development Committee to ensure the Board of Directors is informed and engaged in fundraising plans
- Oversee all activities related to special events
- Plan and manage direct mail appeals to members and prospects
- Provide direct supervision for departmental staff members
- Maintain records of all contributions, both cash and in-kind
- Oversee, update and maintain donor database
- Prepare and manage departmental budget
- Assist in the development of CACCC strategic plan and budget
- Perform all other duties as assigned by supervisor
How to apply:
Qualified applicants may email resume and salary requirements to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County is committed to providing a hands-on experience for undergraduate and graduate students studying social work, clinical therapy, child development, or other human services studies.
FAMILY ADVOCACY INTERNSHIPS:
The Family Advocacy and Support Services Department is no longer accepting applicants for the Fall 2021 semester. We are now accepting applications for Spring 2022.
As a Family Advocate Intern Caseworker, you will have opportunities to work directly with client families, as well as assist our Multi-Disciplinary Team in investigations and manage cases of alleged abuse and neglect. As an intern, you will gain invaluable experience in conducting needs assessments, conducting home visits, supervising court-ordered parent-child visits, observing criminal and civil trials, and understanding how a Multi-Disciplinary Team works. Please note, this is an unpaid internship.
- Availability: 16 hours in the spring/fall and 20 hours in the summer
- Participate in a mandatory three-day orientation prior to beginning the internship
- Pass a criminal background check
- Pass an applicant interview process
- Participate in weekly supervision activities
To apply for a Family Advocate Caseworker Internship, send your resume to:
Janeth Peterson, LMSW
Family Advocate Intern Supervisor
Our Clinical training program offers Graduate students/LPC Associates the opportunity to receive practical experience in multiple therapeutic modalities including play, individual, art, music, family, and group therapies.
We accept Graduate level practicum students as well as LPC Associates for our clinical internship program. Students and LPC Associates have the unique opportunity to not only offer therapeutic services to the children and families who come to the CACCC, but work directly with the law enforcement, District Attorney, and CPS agencies that collaborate with the center.
To apply for a Clinical Internship, send your resume to:
Michelle Rachui, M.S., LPC-S
CHILD ENGAGEMENT INTERNSHIP:
We are now accepting applications for Fall 2021.
As a Child Advocate Intern, you will have opportunities to work directly with clients and families. Interns will conduct Child Engagement, assist with the center’s annual projects, participate in on-call crisis support, and create activities that promote distraction and coping techniques.
Accepting Degree Majors in: Psychology, Family Studies, Criminal Justice, Child Development, Child Life, or other related fields.
- Availability: 16 hours in the spring/fall and 20 hours in the summer.
- Participate in a mandatory three-day orientation prior to beginning the internship.
- Pass a criminal background check.
- Pass an applicant interview process.
- Scheduled on call emergency Child Engagement
To apply for a Child Advocate Internship, send your resume to:
Child Engagement Supervisor