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Program Manager

Court Appointed Special Advocates of NH

CASA is a statewide nonprofit organization that recruits, trains and supervises volunteer Guardians Ad Litem to advocate in court on behalf of abused and neglected children. Since 1989, CASA has strived to protect every abused child's right to live, learn and grow in the embrace of a loving family. Visit www.casanh.org for more information. 


CASA of New Hampshire is seeking a full-time Program Manager for Cheshire and Sullivan counties and the Upper Valley. This position is responsible for the recruitment, training and supervision of CASA Guardians ad Litem appointed in child abuse & neglect cases by NH courts. The candidate must be a flexible team player willing to travel in-state and work with adult volunteers. Candidate should have experience in some or all of the following areas; volunteer supervision/training, and juvenile courts and the child protection system. Full job listing at www.casanh.or/jobs. CASA of NH is an equal opportunity employer.

Requirements:

Basic Qualifications

  • Experience supervising staff and/or volunteers
  • Experience in conducting training
  • Excellent oral and written skills
  • Knowledge of juvenile court/child protection system
  • Bachelor’s Degree 
Responsibilities:

(under minimum guidelines established by the Board of Directors)

  • Assists in recruitment of  Advocates & Peer Coordinators
  • Assists in interviewing and screening Advocate applicants & Peer Coordinators
  • Assists in training of  Advocates & Peer Coordinators
  • Ensures all court case data and files are accurate and up to date
  • Acts as liaison to court personnel, Division of Children Youth & Families (DCYF) and other strategic partners
How to Apply:

Submit cover letter and resume to Marcia Sink at m_sink@casanh.org

Job Location:

Cheshire/Sullivan Counties and Upper Valley

Date Added: November 16, 2017

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