Perform casework duties may include all or some of the following and can be done from home:
Handle assigned child abuse related cases
Review and become thoroughly familiar with assigned cases
Advocate for child safety and Justice via letters, email, and phone calls to relevant parties
Interact routinely with social workers, law enforcement, medical and mental health professionals, attorneys, judges, school personnel and others across the US and Canada to seek Justice for abused children.
Gather, review and assess pertinent case-related documentation to determine appropriate resolution strategies.
Utilize the Internet and other resource tools to locate and refer callers to appropriate services.
Staff cases and problems with supervisor and follow all management directives.
Document calls and enter data in OneNote.
Maintain client confidentiality at all times.
Perform follow-up with clients
Participate in out reach activities
Complete all other job related tasks assigned by JFC management
To raise the consciousness of our society about the failure of our governmental agencies to protect victims of child abuse, to provide legal advocacy for abused children and to develop and implement, on a collaborative basis where possible, a full range of solutions that enhance the quality of life for these children.
Justice for Children is a 501(c)(3) independent non-profit organization founded in 1987. We advocate for, and intervene on behalf of children who are confirmed victims of abuse and are un-served or under-served by various protective agencies. Justice for Children is the only organization that advocates for children victimized by "system failure"; children who have fallen through the cracks of the existing child protective network of governmental agencies, including CPS, law enforcement, district attorneys' offices, and the civil and criminal courts.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.