This full time position conducts forensic interviews of victims of child sexual abuse, sexual assault, and children exposed to violence. To address the mental health needs of the victims and family members, the Forensic Interviewer assesses for mental health symptoms and concerns and makes treatment recommendations. Crisis counseling is provided as appropriate. In order to support the needs of these victims, as well as the “first response” requirements of BCAC’s multidisciplinary team partners, this position will also provide, on a rotating, on-call basis, after hours/urgent/emergency forensic interview services. The forensic interview team participates in numerous peer review sessions, professional development, and conduct a total of over 1000 interviews each year.
Prior experience with CornerHouse Forensic Interview Protocol or NICHD protocol is preferred but not required. Applicants must be licensed clinical or graduate social workers, licensed clinical professional counselor, or a psychologist. Applicants not meeting one of those standards will not be accepted nor will a return response be provided.
Salary commensurate with experience. Please direct all questions and applications to Dr. Kerry Hannan, BCAC Clinical Director firstname.lastname@example.org
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