Careers

BCAC is currently seeking a Forensic Interviewer to join our team.

In supporting the mission of BCAC, the Forensic Interviewer conducts forensic interviews of victims of child sexual abuse and sexual assault, as well as other crimes and exposure 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.

To view the full job description, click here.

To apply, email cover and resume to Kerry Hannan. No phone calls please.

Job Opening: Bilingual Family Advocate

In supporting the mission of BCAC, the Bilingual Family Advocate (FA) is the first point of contact for victims of child sexual abuse, sexual assault, other crimes and exposure to violence, as well as for their non-offending caregivers of Latino origin. The focus of victim support and advocacy is to help reduce trauma for the child and non-offending family members and to improve outcomes. The Bilingual FA helps the non-offending caregiver to identify and access services the family may need. In addition, the Bilingual FA encourages the non-offending caregiver to participate in the investigation, prosecution, treatment, and support services.

To view the full job description, click here.

To apply, email a cover letter (including salary requirement) with resume to Iona Rudisill by Wednesday, August 31, 2016. No phone calls, please.

Join our Development Team.

BCAC seeks a dynamic team member to lead fundraising and financial resource development strategies. Successful candidates must have proven ability to raise money from individuals, foundations, corporations, and events. Candidates will have chance to work with terrific team of committed professionals, board members, and volunteers seeking to protect children and improve community responses. Candidates must demonstrate excellent leadership and communication skills. Creativity and passion for child protection is a plus.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to Adam Rosenberg for consideration.

Internships

Family Advocate Intern

Family Advocacy interns  are responsible for providing services for children and families seen at Baltimore Child Abuse Center and participating as a member of a multidisciplinary team involving BCAC staff as well as staff from BCAC partner organizations, Child Protective Services, Baltimore City Police Department, and Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office.   Family Advocacy interns are the first point of contact for victims of child sexual abuse, trauma, and other adverse childhood experiences, and also their non-offending caregivers. Family Advocacy interns, additionally:

  • Communicate the treatment referral process to families and partners as required;
  • Take responsibility for tracking the family’s treatment adherence;
  • Provide education about the coordinated, multidisciplinary response; and,
  • Perform other duties as requested by the Lead Family Advocate.

To apply for a Family Advocacy internship, complete this application and email it with your cover letter and resume to Denielle.

Community Outreach and Education Intern

The Community Outreach and Education (CO&E) Intern performs a critical role in researching local organizations for training opportunities, drafting outreach letters, tracking presentation data for the purpose of evaluating training feedback, aiding in the development of the CO&E business plan, reading and analyzing articles and documents, and recommending improvements for future outreach.

To view the full job description, please click here. Please send cover letter and resume to training@bcaci.org.