The Director of Interagency Partnerships provides leadership in facilitating collaboration and resiliency within the Shelby County Child Protection Investigation Team (CPIT) in order to better serve child victims of abuse. The Director of Interagency Partnerships will create a supportive environment for the multidisciplinary team, facilitate communication among CPIT members toward building strong relationships, and facilitate the development and refinement of internal systems, protocol and training for CPIT members.
Position qualifications include a masters degree preferred in fields such as criminal justice, nonprofit/public administration, organizational communication, social work or other related fields. 3-5 years supervisory experience. Ability to operate effectively in a political environment. Ideal candidate is an optimist and problem solver with excellent communication, conflict resolution and relationship building skills. Experience working within a multidisciplinary team preferred. Complete requirements and job description.
Applications will be accepted until November 23, 2018 or until candidate is identified. Send cover letter and resume to Virginia Stallworth, Executive Director at apply [at] MemphisCAC [dot] org.
The Memphis Child Advocacy Center serves children who are victims of sexual and physical abuse through prevention, intervention, and education. Our vision is a community where children are safe, families are strong, and victims become children again.
The Memphis Child Advocacy Center is an equal opportunity/equal access employer.