Job Openings

The following Employment Opportunities are available.

  • MANAGER - Prevention Education Program (Ronkonkoma)

    Compensation: Salaried - Commensurate with Qualifications and Experience

    Employment Type : Full-Time

    Non-Profit Organization

    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.

    The Prevention Program Manager supervises prevention education coordinators and outside educators. The agency's prevention program provides 16 curriculum-based, comprehensive workshops on the topics of child sexual abuse, adult sexual assault, healthy relationships, bystander engagement, internet safety, hate crimes, and the laws regarding these issues in New York State.

    Workshops are age-appropriate and are delivered in public and private schools, through administrators and PTAs as well as community organizations, houses of worship, and institutions of higher education. The Program Manager is also responsible for new program development and keeping existing programs up-to-date. APPLICANT REQUIREMENTS: Minimum Bachelor's degree, Master's degree preferred - MINIMUM of 3 years of documented supervisory experience.

    You MUST have MANAGEMENT and PUBLIC SPEAKING experience. - Documented community outreach or marketing experience. - Must be proficient in Power Point, Excel, and Word - Must be available to travel in Nassau and Suffolk for meetings and presentations - Very strong communication and organizational skills, detailed orientated and passionate about public safety.

    Must be able to meet competing deadlines in fast-paced, versatile environment. - Ability to form lasting and committed relationships with administrators, officials, community members, and parents. - Ability to complete all required reporting.

    JOB SUMMARY: We are seeking a full-time salaried prevention program manager who is energetic and motivated. Candidate must have experience in program planning, implementation and statistical, evidence-based performance management measures. The supervisor will closely monitor and supervise existing prevention program staff and train new staff to cultivate and maintain our strong organizational culture of community collaboration and outreach. Must also be able to prioritize the implementation of new and existing strategies to raise awareness; prevent child sexual abuse, rape, domestic violence; increase the public's knowledge of the rape culture, available prevention and victim services, and the continued scheduling of agency prevention programs. The Manager closely coordinates with other agency program managers to ensure seamless delivery of services to the community. Please submit your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format. 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. 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 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.

 

  • Victims Support Services/Email Alert/Website Outreach Coordinator

    Compensation: Commensurate 

    Employment Type: Full-Time  

    The Crime Victims Center, dba Parents for Megan's Law is seeking a highly-skilled administrative professional to join our team. In this position, you will play a key role by performing various administrative and clerical tasks. The ideal candidate must have excellent customer service skills and a winning attitude.

    As a Victims Support Services/Email Alert/Website Outreach Coordinator, you will perform diversified receptionist-administrative duties including, but not limited to answering the Meghan’s Law hotline, providing information to callers and routing calls to appropriate agency team members, performing data entry and generating accurate weekly, quarterly and annual reports.

    Requirements:

    • Minimum Associate’s Degree. Bachelor’s preferred.
    • Bilingual English/Spanish.
    • Excellent customer service skills.
    • Strong computer skills with expert knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel and Access) required.
    • Excellent verbal and written communications.
    • Self-starter.
    • Extremely organized.
    • Detail-oriented with strong commitment to accuracy.
    • Ability to work both independently and as a team player.
    • Ability to work well and effectively communicate with others (via phone, email and in-person).
    • Ability to adapt procedures, processes and techniques to the completion of assignments.
    • Sound judgment and excellent problem-solving skills.
    • Able to stay calm in stressful situations.
    • Strong follow-up, project management and multi-tasking skills.

    E-mail your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format. No other files will be considered. When submitting your resume, please name your Word or PDF document using your last name first followed by your first name. For example, if your name is Jane Jones, name your document, JonesJane.doc. Write "Victims Support Services/Email Alert/Website Outreach Coordinator” in your email subject line.

    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.

 

  • 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 submit 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. 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