Coursework, training and experience in working with issues and systems related to the field of child maltreatment including the understanding of law enforcement, prosecution, family court and child protective services policies and procedures Application Instructions Bachelors degree ,…
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Children's Advocacy Center
The Forensic Intake Coordinator, based in a nationally accredited Children’s Advocacy Center, obtains information regarding the investigation of an alleged child victim (sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, and/or witness of violent crime) and schedules appropriate forensic services. The information to be obtained includes details regarding the abuse allegations, child and family demographics, and information regarding the multidisciplinary team (MDT) members (e.g. law enforcement, Children's Division, prosecuting/circuit attorney, medical professionals, family court staff) involved within the investigation and/or prosecution of said case.
Responsibilities: Ability to schedule, via phone calls or in-person, forensic appointments which include:
Gathering and clearly/accurately documenting reported information
Selecting the date/time for services as based upon case needs, MDT timelines, and staffing availability
Notification of all pertinent MDT members regarding scheduled services
Accurately preparing case file documentation and ensuring all relevant information is obtained prior to the schedule appointment Ability to answer common MDT member and/or client questions in a timely manner regarding forensic services
Ability to multi-task, prioritizes activities/requests, work independently, provide accurate documentation, follow both verbal and written directions and complete all tasks Solicit, compile, organize and summarize forensic data utilizing Microsoft Office programs (e.g. Word, Excel) and additional database software to prepare graphs, charts or reports in order to assist forensic staff or administrators in conveying or presenting said information Ability to provide back up support to office support staff Other duties and responsibilities as deemed necessary and appropriate by Supervisor
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in social work, counseling, psychology or related area Ability to work independently and complete tasks in a timely, accurate manner Exhibit maturity, reliability, composure and stability when gathering and conveying information to and from clients and MDT professionals Ability to provide accurate verbal instructions and written documentation Knowledge of Microsoft Office (e.g. Excel, Outlook, Word) Ability to compile statistics and present information in a simple to understand format Ability to accurately complete daily activity timesheets Ability to work well with others
Preferred Qualifications: 1+ years of relevant experience Knowledge through formal coursework, training and experience in working with issues and systems related to the field of child maltreatment including the understanding of law enforcement, prosecution, family court and child protective services policies and procedures Application Instructions
Applicants must combine all application materials (cover letter, resume, and list of three references with contact information) into one PDF or Microsoft Word document and upload as a resume attachment. Limit document name to 50 characters. Maximum size limit is 11MB. Do not include special characters (e.g., /, &, %, etc.).
For questions about how applicants apply, please call (314) 516-5805, or if you are experiencing technical problems, please email mailto: pshrsupport[at]umsystem.edu .
The University of Missouri, St. Louis offers benefit-eligible employees a wide variety of benefits including; health, dental and vision coverage effective on the first day of employment, vacation & sick time accrual, four personal days per year, tuition assistance for employees and their dependents, pension and employee & dependent life insurance.