Job Openings

The following Employment Opportunities are available.

  • Prevention Program Coordinator

    Compensation: Salaried - Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

    Employment Type: Full-Time

    Non-Profit Organization

    POSITION:

    The Prevention Program Coordinator at the Crime Victims Center, Inc. is a key representative of our agency who is a relationship builder and wants to help affect positive change in the lives of others.

    REQUIREMENTS:

    - Bachelor's degree required.

    - Public Speaking Experience REQUIRED. You must have a minimum of 1 year experience presenting information to an audience, e.g. a workshop or presentation.

    - Strong communication and organizational skills, detailed orientated and passionate about preventing child and adult sexual assault. - Ability to work closely with Long Island public and private school districts and college staff, PTA's, community and government organizations and the general public to promote, coordinate, and present child and adult prevention education programs with our education staff.

    - Ability to present educational programs to adults and children.- Ability to reach out and interact with public and private schools, PTA's and/or community organizations.- Participation in community education and outreach events.- Professional telephone etiquette that includes building and maintaining professional relationships.

    - Sales experience a PLUS as you will be encouraging schools and community organizations to schedule our programs.

    - Goal oriented individual who excels at meeting objectives.- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    - Excel, Word and PowerPoint skills (creating and editing).

    - Must have a valid New York State drivers license and a car to be available to travel in Suffolk County. (Gas included in salary)

    - Available for occasional evening and weekend meetings.

     VERIFICATION OF YOUR CREDENTIALS:

    - All qualified applicants must undergo drug and alcohol testing, a full background check, educational verification, professional reference checks, an e-verify check and a sex offender registry verification.

    - 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.

    Please E-mail your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format to employment@parentsformeganslaw.org. Please name your document using your last name first followed by your first name. For example, if your name is Jane Jones, name your Word or PDF document, JonesJane.doc. Write "Prevention Program Coordinator” in your email subject line. 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.

 

  • Therapist/Mental Health Counselor/Social Worker

    Compensation: Commensurate 

    Employment Type: Full-Time  

    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. You must be fluent in English and Spanish. The position start date is October 22, 2018 and we are actively interviewing now. Candidate will be an integral member of the organization's crime victim advocacy team and will be responsible for delivering comprehensive bilingual 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.

    This is a position which will initially require candidate to train and work Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 5 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.

    Requirements:

    • Active New York State License required and insurance.
    • 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 (Spanish and English).
    • Experience, knowledge of and or willingness to practice Rogerian, Cognitive Behavioral and Play Therapeutic Approaches.
    • Computer literate - Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
    • Candidate MUST be fluent in English and Spanish.
    • 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.skills.

    Please E-mail your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format to employment@parentsformeganslaw.org. Please name your document using your last name first followed by your first name. For example, if your name is Jane Jones, name your Word or PDF document, JonesJane.doc. Write "Therapist/Mental Health Counselor/Social Worker” in your email subject line. 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.

  • 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 employment@parentsformeganslaw.org. Please name your document using your last name first followed by your first name. For example, if your name is Jane Jones, name your Word or PDF document, JonesJane.doc. Write "Prevention Educator - Per/Diem” in your email subject line. 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 drug and alcohol testing, a full background check, educational
    verification, professional reference checks, an e-verify check and a sex offender registry
    verification.

 

We look forward to receiving your resumes.

Thank you,

Parents for Megan's Law