• Child Advocacy Center Outreach/Forensic Interviewer (Part Time)

    This notice is to announce the opening for a part time (28 hours per week) CAC Outreach/Forensic Interviewer to work the CAC in Montrose, PA.

    Interested individuals should submit a cover letter with salary requirements and resume to:

    Janyne Gurnari, PHR, Chief Operating Officer
    FSA NEPA
    31 West Market Street
    Wilkes-Barre PA 18701
    Fax:  570-829-5054
    Email:  jgurnari@fsanepa.org

     Full job description and requirements

     

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  • PA Chapter for Children’s Advocacy Centers & Multidisciplinary Teams Presents Minimal Fact Interview Training in Pike County, PA

    Pike County Minimal Facts Interview Training Feb 2016-edit
    (Pictured left to right: Connie Miller, Program Manager, PA Chapter of CACs & MDTs; Melissa Wagner, PA Chapter of CACs & MDTs Mentor and Executive Director, Child Advocacy Center of the Central Susquehanna Valley; Mikele Bay, PA Chapter of CACs & MDTs Mentor and Executive Director, Children’s Advocacy Center of McKean County; and Raymond J. Tonkin, District Attorney, Pike County, PA)

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  • Job Posting Announcement

    Job Posting:

    Director – Children’s Advocacy Center

    Bucks County Children’s Advocacy Center seeking director to coordinate county-wide multidisciplinary program that responds to child abuse allegation.  Experience desired in program development and coordination.  Applicant must be organized, a team player, good communicator and public speaker. Knowledge of child abuse issues and criminal justice system strongly preferred.  Masters in related field and 3+ years of supervisory/management experience desired.  Local and state travel required.  Salary $58,000+ and excellent benefits.  Send cover letter and resume to debgh@novabucks.org.  AA/EOE.

     

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  • CACs Across Pennsylvania Mourn the Loss of Jason Kutulakis, a Passionate and Deeply Committed Child Advocate

    A swell of grief was rising Sunday afternoon as word circulated about the sudden death of well-known Carlisle attorney and children’s advocate Jason Kutulakis.

    Kutulakis, 47, a founder of Abom & Kutulakis, died Sunday morning at his home, apparently from a heart attack, according to a statement issued by his law office.

    …. Read full article here.

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