About Mosaic Georgia
Mosaic Georgia is a Sexual Assault and Children’s Advocacy Center in Gwinnett County, Georgia. We serve more than 2,000 new victims of sex crimes annually. We follow the Children's Advocacy Center model of a Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) approach to victim advocacy and family support.
Services in our primary center include: 24/7 crisis line, CSEC response & advocacy, Forensic Medical Exams, Forensic Interviews, Advocacy Services, and Campus Outreach.
Our Resilience Center is home to many after-care resources including Civil Legal Services, Counseling, Support Groups, and a new Wholeness Project. Professional education & training, Prevention education, and Community Outreach are also in this facility.
The Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Coordinator responds to our 24/7 crisis line and provides intake, coordination and delivery of services for persons seeking Mosaic Georgia services. This person will talk with victims of sexual assault or people seeking guidance for a loved one who experienced harm, local hospital personnel, or law enforcement requesting acute forensic services for a victim/patient. Bilingual skills are huge plus, as we seek to better serve our entire community.
The SART Coordinator activates the SART by notifying the on-call SANE, advocate, and any other personnel required. They ensure effective communication, scheduling and delivery of services.
All SART Coordinators are trained and qualified Advocates and serve in that capacity (in addition to their SART responsibilities) as needed, or in the absence of a Volunteer Advocate.
The SART Coordinator position is a part-time hourly position during the evenings and/ or weekends that provides services by assignment to specific schedules throughout the 24-hour/ 7-day period including holidays.
The SART Coordinator will serve in compliance with Mosaic Georgia policies, practices & standards. The SART Coordinator must have an extensive knowledge of Mosaic Georgia protocols, community service provider agencies, and direct-victim services expertise.
This is a part-time non-exempt hourly position and reports directly to the SART Coordinator Supervisor and/ or Director of Advocacy and Forensic Interviews.
- Education: Prefer college work in Human Services field; preferably in psychology; social and behavioral sciences; criminal justice; or related field. Advanced education or training in crisis response, community services, military, law enforcement or related experience is a plus. Prefer direct victim service volunteer experience in sexual assault/ domestic violence.
- Language/Communication: Fluency in English and Spanish preferred.
- Candidate must be available to work designated shift assignments including but not limited to one holiday shift per year.
- Candidate must have dependable transportation and dependable telephone service(s).
- Candidate must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Candidate must live within a close geographic distance to the center in Duluth, GA and be able to respond to the center within 45 minutes.
Because of the confidential nature of the work and may provide services at Northside Hospitals, all employees must fulfill certain credentialing requirements including criminal background check, drug screen, TB test and vaccine history.
Equal Opportunity Employer
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