Current Job Openings 


Part-Time Child Advocacy Center (CAC) Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Facilitator


The part time GRSCAN CAC MDT Facilitator is responsible for providing leadership for CAC MDTs, monitoring adherence to National Children’s Alliance (NCA) accreditation standards and providing support for CAC MDT Regional communications and training. Each MDT is comprised of child protective services and law enforcement investigators, Commonwealth Attorneys, medical and mental health providers, forensic interviewers, victim advocates, and others who work together to coordinate the investigation of allegations of child abuse and provide the child victim and family with support services.


Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology or other related human service field is preferred. Bachelor’s Degree required. Knowledge of child abuse, neglect and the impact of trauma (specifically sexual abuse/severe physical abuse, exposure to violence, caregiver support/education, multidisciplinary teams and community resources) preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Responsibilities (20 hours per week)

  • Facilitate selected MDTs which utilize GRSCAN CACs and foster a collaborative trauma-informed team approach to better serve children and families;
  • Provide orientation for new MDT members, maintain updated orientation manual and team contact list;
  • Facilitate/Participate in Case Review meetings by preparing meeting materials and setting up physical environment to reflect a trauma-informed meeting space;
  • Following Case Review meetings: attend to follow up items that arise, enter data gathered into NCAtrak database, and track needs/trends for leadership discussion;
  • Maintain upkeep of MDT Protocols and Interagency Agreements;
  • Provide technical assistance to problem solve systemic barriers or challenges experienced by MDT members as they relate to the CAC model;
  • Assess professional development needs of MDT Partners and organize CAC Regional MDT Trainings
  • Oversee bi-annual MDT surveys for all CAC MDTs for distribution, response and data reporting and contribute to MDT eNote communications;
  • Understand and uphold GRSCAN’s mission and core values; and
  • Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.

To Apply

Applicants should email or fax their resume and cover letter to Lisa Wright at or 804-257-7109. Applications accepted through March 24.





Child Advocacy Center Family Advocate 


Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) seeks a full time Family Advocate (FA) for our Child Advocacy Center Program (primarily based at the Henrico CAC location). The FA holds a vital role in ensuring that all victims and families served by the CAC and Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) receive consistent and necessary support services to promote healing.  CAC Family Advocates provide support, screening, and education to caregivers while their child(ren) participates in a forensic interview. Family Advocates are a first point of contact to assess for needed resources, provide information about the investigative process, and offer support and crisis intervention.


Master’s Degree preferred in counseling, social work, psychology, juvenile justice or related fields. Must be highly organized, detail-oriented, and possess excellent time-management skills to manage workload and responsibilities. Must be able to work well independently and in team settings. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to work effectively with child victims and their families from diverse backgrounds, as well as with multidisciplinary team members. Must display cultural competency, professional ethics, and professional boundaries. Experience and proficiency with data-entry and data-management for client tracking and for program evaluation a plus. Bilingual (English and Spanish) is also preferred.

Duties and Responsibilities include, but may not be limited to the following:

  • Orient the family to the forensic interview process and meet with non-offending caregivers in tandem with the forensic interview;
  • Provide an overview to caregivers regarding the agency roles on the MDT, trauma-focused treatment options, and additional resources available;
  • Participate in pre- and post-conference meetings with MDT investigators at Forensic Interview/FA appointments to ensure information sharing and coordination;
  • Provide crisis intervention and ongoing support for the child and family, as needed;
  • Conduct screening for safety concerns regarding self-harm;
  • Implement Brief Trauma Screening Tool and provide caregivers with education about abuse and/or trauma and its effects on children and families;
  • Make appropriate referrals for trauma-focused treatment for children and other specialized treatment as needed;
  • Assist with communication between caregivers and MDT partners on an ongoing basis
  • Provide referrals for Forensic Medical Exams as needed;
  • Request Youth and Caregiver Satisfaction Surveys as required;
  • Partner with all agencies within the multidisciplinary team, and any other agencies to ensure needed services are provided ;
  • Participate in MDT Case Review Meetings and provide follow up as needed:
  • Maintain client records to reflect client interaction and referrals made within NCATrak database;
  • Provide assistance to caregivers with the Virginia Victim’s Fund application;
  • Participate in ongoing supervision, staff meetings, professional development opportunities, and maintain training requirements as outlined by GRSCAN and the National Children’s Alliance;
  • Maintain strict standards of confidentiality;
  • Perform other duties as requested by the CAC FA Services Coordinator and CAC Director

To Apply

Applicants should email or fax their resume and cover letter to Audrey Hajek at or 804-257-7109. Applications accepted through March 24.


Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

GRSCAN’s Core Values: In our work with individuals, families, communities, and systems, as well as with SCAN staff, we commit to: A Whole Person Approach, A Trauma-informed Lens, A Strengths-based Perspective, Social Justice & Equity, Partnerships, and Growth & Innovation