Employment Opportunities

CASA Case Supervisor – Bilingual

SCAN of Northern Virginia seeks a high-energy, detail-oriented people-person with experience in volunteer management and child welfare or victim advocacy as well as fluent Spanish and English skills to join our CASA Program team. The Court Appointed Special Advocate or CASA Program recruits, trains, supervises and supports volunteer advocates for abused or neglected children as their cases proceed through the court system. The CASA Case Supervisor’s primary responsibilities are to supervise assigned caseload of volunteers, edit their court reports, and coordinate CASA volunteer recruitment (especially targeted efforts to recruit bilingual volunteer), pre-service training and monthly inservice training. This is a 40-hour/week average position including up to two evenings a week during training season. The candidate will be part of a team of 4 with full-time benefits and opportunities for mentorship and professional development. A modified work week of 30 or 35 hours for prorated salary will be considered for the right candidate. The full-time bilingual position would supervise up to 25 volunteers and their cases, providing supervision, problem-solving, accompaniment, and court report editing to ensure quality volunteer advocacy for each child.

See application instructions and the complete CASA Case Supervisor Job Description HERE.



Bilingual Clinical Resource Specialist (Seasonal, Part-Time)

The individual will provide support to SCAN’s team implementing the Strengthening Families Parenting Program series. This is an 8-week class for children in middle school and their parents to help reduce tobacco and substance risk factors in youth and increase family bond. Individual will be responsible for attending each session, observing family interaction and provide summary report at the end of the series. When needed, the Bilingual Clinical Resource Specialist will refer parents to community resources and provide crisis intervention that may arise between parent and child during the series. All applicants must have evening availability. Must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in psychology, social work, counseling, or other human services field with 1-year experience with at-risk youth. This position will work approximately 2 hrs/week for 8 weeks plus 5 hours of admin/prep work for a total of 21 hours per series. (Can work in more than one parenting series in the Fall and Spring.)

Download the Bilingual Clinical Resource Specialist Job Description HERE


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SCAN is an Equal Opportunity Employer and maintains a drug-free workplace. All staff members must complete criminal and child protective services background checks.