Join a team of a dedicated staff and trained volunteers at CASA of Santa Cruz County who have been making a difference in the lives of children and youth in the foster care system since 1992.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) recruits, trains and supervises caring adult volunteers to be Advocates and consistent adult mentors for children and youth in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems. CASA’s vision is that each child served grows into a healthy, contributing adult in our world.
The Executive Coordinator acts as a primary partner to the Executive Director (“ED”). They will help CASA fulfill its mission by providing comprehensive support to the ED by managing projects and coordinating the work of the Board of Directors.
The ideal candidate is a detail-oriented project manager whose strengths lie in creating and maintaining collaborative working relationships with senior leadership members, the Board of Directors, community partners, staff, and volunteers to fulfill cross team projects.
It is an essential part of this job to embrace and foster a culture that celebrates a diversity of identities, beliefs, thoughts, and experiences. CASA is committed to creating an organizational culture of equity, inclusion and belonging to better serve our youth and communities. We encourage people with personal experience and/or involvement in the dependency, juvenile justice, mental health, or criminal justice systems; and people of color and Latinx; people who identify as LGBTQ+ to join our team.
If you are interested in applying, please email your resume, your cover letter and 3 references to Humanresource@casaofsantacruz.org by December 15, 2023.
CASA of Santa Cruz County is an Equal Opportunity Employer: At CASA of Santa Cruz, we embrace a diversity of identities, beliefs, thoughts, and experiences. We commit to creating an organizational culture of equity and inclusion to better serve our youth and communities. Applicants for all job openings will be considered without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex/gender, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful under any federal, state, or local laws. We encourage people with experience and/or involvement in the dependency, juvenile justice, mental health, or criminal justice systems; and people of color and Latinx; people who identify as LGBTQ+ to join our team.