Current Job Listings

Circle Preschool Program Director

General Description:
We are seeking a compassionate and experienced early childhood educator to lead our team in providing exceptional care for children who have experienced significant early childhood adversity. The Circle Preschool Program Director is responsible for the management and supervision of the educational components of services within a therapeutic preschool program serving up to 14 young children who have experienced early childhood adversity and their families. They oversee the daily operations of the child care center, ensuring a safe, therapeutic, and developmentally appropriate environment.

• Master’s degree in early childhood education, early childhood special education, or other related educational field required
• Minimum of 3 years of experience in evidence-based, best practices regarding early childhood development required
• Experience working on interdisciplinary teams preferred
• Demonstrate leadership and management skills
• Strong understanding of child development, trauma-informed practice, and early childhood adversity and its effects on the early education experience
• Excellent communication, interpersonal, and collaboration skills
• Ability to create a positive and supportive environment for children and staff

Major Responsibilities:
• Aid in the development and implementation of individualized care plans for each child, working closely with families, therapists, and other professionals
• Recruit, hire, train, and supervise a team of qualified early childhood education staff, fostering a positive and supportive work environment
• Ensure Circle Preschool Program’s compliance with regulations related to licensing through the Virginia Department of Education
• Oversee, compile, and maintain the program’s Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) paperwork as required by the federal food program’s standards
• Advocate for the needs of children who have experienced trauma and early childhood adversity in the community
• Attend internal and external meetings as the Circle Preschool Director as needed to remain up to date on current standards of practice and report on behalf of the program to stakeholders or community organizations

To Apply:
Interested applicants should email or fax their resume and cover letter to Kasey Brach ( or 804-257-7109). Applications will be accepted through Friday, May 17.

Salary & Benefits:
$60,000 – $65,000 per year. Medical, dental, & life insurance available, Employee Assistance Program, 403(b) & 403(b) matching available, paid sick & annual leave.



Forensic Interview Services Coordinator

General Description:     

The Forensic Interview (FI) Services Coordinator is responsible for conducting forensic interviews, coordination of scheduling of forensic interviews at both CAC locations (Richmond and Henrico), providing supervision to CAC Forensic Interviewers, development and oversight of CAC Forensic Interview Services and ensuring adherence to National Children’s Alliance (NCA) Standards. In addition, the FI Services Coordinator is responsible for overseeing NCATrak forensic interview records, conducting ongoing program development and evaluation, providing training for MDT partners and engaging in community networking.



Master’s degree in human service or legal field preferred.  Bachelor’s Degree required.  Knowledge of the impact of child abuse, neglect and trauma, multidisciplinary teams and community resources.  Forensic interviewing experience is required and interviewing within a Child Advocacy Center (CAC) is preferred. Management and supervisory experience are required.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.   Understanding of trauma-informed practice and diversity, equity and inclusion are required. 


Major Responsibilities (40 hours per week):

  • Coordinate, schedule and conduct neutral, developmentally and culturally appropriate forensic interviews of children & adolescents ages 3-18 who are alleged victims of abuse and/or neglect or witness to violence;
  • Provide supervision for CAC Forensic Interviewers and coordinate FI Peer Review meetings for individuals that conduct forensic interviews; Participate in local, regional and national peer reviews and trainings;
  • Collaborate with investigative partners to avoid duplication of information from the alleged victim and caregiver(s) and provide training on minimal fact gathering and other topics related to child abuse and neglect for MDT partners;
  • Work with the CAC Director to ensure adherence of National Children’s Alliance (NCA) standards of practice;
  • Enter and ensure accuracy of forensic interview case data into NCAtrak; collaborate with CAC staff to complete internal program reports, grant reports and NCA reports;
  • Develop, monitor and enhance policies and procedures related to FI Services and conduct ongoing evaluation of FI Services;
  • Collaborate with CAC MDT Facilitators, attend MDT Case Review meetings as appropriate and provide support for MDT orientation;
  • Provide fact and/or expert testimony when requested;
  • Oversee the maintenance of interviewing equipment and ensure the appropriate storage of recordings (at both CAC locations) according to the FI Recording Retention Policy;
  • Promote a child-focused environment and attend to physical and psychological safety within CAC meeting spaces;
  • Participate in community partner initiatives as assigned; and perform other duties and special projects as assigned by the CAC Director and selected within areas of interest.

To Apply:
Interested applicants should email or fax their resume and cover letter to Lisa Wright ( or 804-643-3529). Applications will be accepted through Friday, May 31.

Salary & Benefits:
$63,000 – $67,000 per year. Medical, dental, & life insurance available, Employee Assistance Program, 403(b) & 403(b) matching available, paid sick & annual leave.


Greater Richmond SCAN is an Equal Opportunity Employer. SCAN does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, or ability.

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