Job Openings

The following Employment Opportunities are available.

  • Bilingual Crime Victim Advocate 

    The Crime Victims Center, dba Parents for Megan's Law, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse and provision of support services to all victims of violent crime. We are the Crime Victim Center for Suffolk County. If you have a proven track record of providing advocacy or crime victim services to vulnerable populations and want to help affect significant changes in people's lives, then this position is for you.

    Crime victim and family advocates provide comprehensive and compassionate support services to child and adult victims of sexual assault, victims of domestic violence, stalking, assault, menacing, robbery, hate crime burglary, terrorism, survivors of homicide and elderly, minor and disabled victims of property crime.

     Requirements:

    1- Bilingual English and Spanish required.

    2- Minimum Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred.

    3- Criminal or family court system experience and or human services experience preferred.

    4- Detailed oriented and a team player.

    5- Competent in usage of word, excel and client management type software.

    All agency advocates provide crisis intervention, courtroom and medical accompaniment, assistance filing orders of protection, legal and medical referrals and social service referrals. You will work with child and adult victims and their non-offending family members. You will be required to complete agency training certifying you as a rape crisis counselor.

    Please E-mail your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format to: TanyaM@Parentsformeganslaw.org.  Please include salary requirements. Resumes that are not in Word or PDF format will not be considered nor will resumes faxed to the agency. If you have submitted your resume in the past, please resubmit it for consideration.

    All applicants will be considered for positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic disposition, family care status, carrier status, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or other legally protected status. All qualified applicants must undergo a mandatory drug and alcohol screening, a full background check, education verification, professional reference checks, an e-verify check and a sex offender registry verification.

     

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Therapist/Social Worker 

Compensation: Commensurate

Employment Type: Full-Time

Non-Profit Organization

The Crime Victims Center, dba Parents for Megan's Law a Suffolk County based rape crisis and crime victims center is seeking a full-time New York State Licensed LMSW, LCSW, RCSW, Mental Health Counselor or Psychologist to provide crisis counseling, short and long term counseling to child and adult victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes. Candidate will be an integral member of the organization's crime victim advocacy team and will be responsible for delivering comprehensive holistic treatment and support services, as primary counselor, to child and adult victims and non-offending family members through individual, family and group counseling. Candidate will also provide crime victim advocacy support services for crime victims.

REQUIREMENTS: Active New York State License required and insurance. Salaried Position: This is a position which will initially require candidate to train and work Monday through Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM. After training and experience garnered, the schedule will become more flexible and will include some evenings and Saturdays as needed to accommodate our clients.

EXPERIENCE: • MINIMUM of three years of experience in mental health counseling. • Individual (child and adult), family and group counseling and case management or victim services experience. • Superb verbal and written communication skills • Experience, knowledge of and or willingness to practice Rogerian, Cognitive Behavioral and Play Therapeutic Approaches. • Computer literate - Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:• Provide individual clinical counseling and therapy, family and group counseling, and case management (linkage, referral, advocacy and consultation), crisis intervention and planning for clients on caseload.

Please E-mail your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format to: TanyaM@Parentsformeganslaw.org.  Please include salary requirements. Resumes that are not in Word or PDF format will not be considered nor will resumes faxed to the agency. If you have submitted your resume in the past, please resubmit it for consideration.

All applicants will be considered for positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic disposition, family care status, carrier status, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or other legally protected status. All qualified applicants must undergo a mandatory drug and alcohol screening, a full background check, education verification, professional reference checks, an e-verify check and a sex offender registry verification.

 

  • Crime Victim Advocate

 The Crime Victims Center, dba Parents for Megan's Law, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of sexual abuse and provision of support services to all victims of violent crime. We are the Crime Victims Center for Suffolk County. If you have a proven track record of providing advocacy or crime victim services to vulnerable populations and want to help affect significant changes in people's lives, then this position is for you.

Crime victim and family advocates provide comprehensive and compassionate support services to child and adult victims of sexual assault, victims of domestic violence, stalking, assault, menacing, robbery, hate crime burglary, terrorism, survivors of homicide and elderly, minor and disabled victims of property crime.

Requirements:

1- Minimum Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred.

2- Criminal or family court system experience and or human services experience preferred.

3- Detailed oriented and a team player.

4- Competent in usage of word, excel and client management type software.

All agency advocates provide crisis intervention, courtroom and medical accompaniment, assistance filing orders of protection, legal and medical referrals and social service referrals. You will work with child and adult victims and their non-offending family members. You will be required to complete agency training certifying you as a rape crisis counselor.

Submit your resume in a Microsoft Word format. No other files will be considered.  All applicants will be considered for positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic disposition, family care status, carrier status, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or other legally protected status. All qualified applicants must undergo drug and alcohol testing, a full criminal background check, educational verification, professional reference checks, an e-verify check and a sex offender registry verification. DO NOT apply if you do not have these qualifications.

Job Type: Full-time

 

  •  Prevention Educator - Per/Diem (Suffolk and Nassau Counties)

         Compensation: Commensurate
         Employment type: Part-Time

The Crime Victims Center, Inc. d/b/a Parents for Megan's Law is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child and adult sexual assault and the provision of           support services to all victims of violent crime. If you have confidence and a desire to present educational programs and want to help affect significant changes in people's lives, then this                     position is for you. We are seeking a per diem prevention educator who has public speaking experience. The educator presents child sexual abuse prevention and adult prevention education             programs in Long Island public and private schools and community organizations. You must have strong communication skills and passion about preventing child and adult sexual assault.               Experience presenting educational programs to adults and children is desirable and you must be available to travel in Suffolk and Nassau County for presentations.

  • SUMMARY OF MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
    • Bachelor's Degree
    • Public Speaking Experience
    • Powerpoint Expertise
    • High level of Professionalism
    • Willingness to travel
    • Passion for child sexual abuse and rape prevention education

Please E-mail your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format to: TanyaM@Parentsformeganslaw.org.  Please include salary requirements. Resumes that are not in Word or PDF format will not be considered nor will resumes faxed to the agency. If you have submitted your resume in the past, please resubmit it for consideration.

All applicants will be considered for positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic disposition, family care status, carrier status, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or other legally protected status. All qualified applicants must undergo a mandatory drug and alcohol screening, a full background check, education verification, professional reference checks, an e-verify check and a sex offender registry verification.

 

  • Part Time SORT Analyst 

Compensation: Salaried - Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

Employment Type: Part-Time

Non-Profit Organization

Goals & Objectives:

Goals & Objectives:
Provide a high level of professional community support on Megan’s Law and sex offender management issues. Interact with Helpline callers in a manner consistent with agency mission, ensuring that callers are educated about sexual abuse and rape prevention, Megan’s Law and responsible use of information. Through SORT initiatives, increase sex offender registration and restriction compliance. Ensure accuracy of sex offender registry. Provide professional support to advocacy program on criminal justice issues. Increase law enforcement knowledge and staff response to victims of violent crime through coordination of in house and law enforcement/cross-trainings as assigned. Provide accurate and up to date research to Executive Director as directed. Retired law enforcement professional a must.

Responsibilities:

  • Answer Megan’s Law Helpline.
  • Perform research and identify issues material to agency mission and operations.
  • Perform surveys and criminal justice research projects as assigned.
  • Support the Sex Offender Registration Tips (SORT) Program by conducting research and making necessary law enforcement referrals.
  • Manage and support the PFML “Community Partnership Program” to ensure all information concerning reported child pornography seamlessly flows to the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation.
  • Support and manage all aspects of Email Alert program to ensure timely and accurate notification and enhance participation.
  • Perform all necessary functions required for effective management of the agency 50 State sex offender registry.
  • Manage and support Sex Offender Registration Tips (SORT) Program. Conduct proactive and reactive research on registered sex offenders to ensure compliance to identify and report registrants out of compliance. Utilizing private and public databases triage SORT tips.
  • Create and maintain a spreadsheet of NC Nursing Homes and Hotels/Motels. Conduct outreach to all NC Hotels and Motels and Nursing Homes informing them of their responsibilities under the NC law as it relates to them. Perform verifications that NC Hotels and Motels are complying with the NC Posting law. Report failure to comply with local law enforcement.
  • Manage and coordinate community, government and law enforcement outreach to increase website and Helpline use. Interface with the community, law enforcement, probation, parole and other criminal justice agencies regarding notifications and sex offender management issues.
  • Support advocates and clients on matters related to victim services.
  • Perform random checks of sex offender registry to ensure up-to-date information and compliance with address registration and sex offender conditions of probation/parole compliance.
  • Provide program performance reports: weekly, quarterly, monthly and annually.
  • Assist in training new employees and providing technical support to advocates when applicable. Provide backup to other functions/programs as required. Assist in fundraising events as directed.
  • Coordinate media and elected officials posting in conjunction with the completion of each state sex offender registry email alert completion.
  • Participate on a volunteer basis in agency fundraising events as required.
  • Perform additional duties as directed.

Additional Skills and Abilities: Retired law enforcement professional a must. Excellent computer and interpersonal skills needed. Analytical, self-starter, organized. Highly motivated, rapid learner.

Please E-mail your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format to: TanyaM@Parentsformeganslaw.org.  Please include salary requirements. Resumes that are not in Word or PDF format will not be considered nor will resumes faxed to the agency. If you have submitted your resume in the past, please resubmit it for consideration.

All applicants will be considered for positions without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic disposition, family care status, carrier status, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, or other legally protected status. All qualified applicants must undergo a mandatory drug and alcohol screening, a full background check, education verification, professional reference checks, an e-verify check and a sex offender registry verification.

 

We look forward to receiving your resume.

Thank you,

Parents for Megan's Law