In the current phase of growth, CASA is looking to increase and diversify revenue and elevate its donor engagement. CASA is seeking a full-time Development Director with a proven track record in the research, prospecting, cultivation and stewardship of donors to focus on individual and major gifts as well as corporate and event revenue. Reporting to our Deputy Director, the Development Director will bring strong advocacy for our mission and a dynamic and skillful approach to donor engagement to meet the short and long-term goals of our organization. As CASA approaches its 20th anniversary, the organization has a campaign strategy that the Development Director will have the opportunity to improve upon and execute.
The Development Director will lead CASA’s philanthropic efforts. The Development Director is both a strategic and tactical position and is responsible for executing and working with the Deputy Director and Board Fundraising Committee to develop fundraising plans, as well as representing CASA to individual and institutional donors. The Development Director will analyze and improve development communications, ensuring that CASA is well positioned and accurately conveying our mission and goals.
Please send cover letter, resume and writing sample to: Kara Bundy, Deputy Director- email@example.com
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)/ Prince George’s County is recruiting a full-time Case Supervisor to train and supervise the work of volunteers advocating for the best interest of abused and neglected children living in foster care. Applicants should have a strong background in working with teenagers who are transitioning to adulthood, working with special needs children and young adults and/or strengthening families experiencing trauma or disruption.
Incumbent will screen potential volunteers, facilitate training and support the volunteers’ day-to-day work including collaboration with the Department of Social Services, the Juvenile Courts, Legal Aid and community resource providers. Incumbent will also assist volunteers and youth in creating transition to adulthood plans that will then be implemented by the youth and the team.
A bachelors or advanced degree in human services or law is required. Two years experience in child welfare field is required. Previous experience in case management, youth development, volunteer coordination, supervision or training is desired. Incumbent will be a motivated self-starter who desires to be part of a dynamic, growing organization and wishes to contribute to its success.
Position requires prior child welfare experience, writing and editing skills, organizational skills, ability to multi-task and respond to competing priorities, willingness to travel within the county and the ability to work flexible hours. Remote work is currently possible due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Incumbent will have a private office to facilitate safe working conditions when in-person work is again the expectation.
Preference will be given to candidates who can communicate fluently in oral and written Spanish in order to communicate with youth and families for whom English is not a first language.
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)/ Prince George’s County, Inc. is a volunteer-based organization that partners with the juvenile court to improve the lives of children living in foster care who have suffered from abuse and neglect. With a strong commitment to diversity, CASA/ Prince George’s County trains and supervises volunteers from the community who advocate for the best interest of children, recognizing and respecting each child’s individual needs. By providing a voice to children in the foster care system, it is our goal to help children and promote the timely placement of those we serve in safe, permanent homes.
CASA’s Board of Directors has committed to growing in the next five years to be able to serve every child in the County in need of a CASA volunteer. CASA also works to meet the shifting needs of the population we serve.
CASA is an EOE and is committed to maintaining a diverse organization.
Change a Child’s Story
Children in foster care who have aCASA volunteer are more likely to succeed in school and adjust to change. And they’re half as likely to re-enter the foster care system later. By getting involved with CASA, you can make all the difference for a child who has experienced abuse or neglect in you community. Get involved, and change a child’s story.