About the Organization
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire is a nonprofit that recruits, trains, and supports community volunteers to serve as advocates for abused or neglected children throughout the state. CASA volunteer advocates get to know a child and the important people in that child’s life to provide vital information to help a judge make decisions based on the best interests of the child. Since CASA was founded in 1989, we have given more than 10,000 New Hampshire children a voice in District and Family courts and a chance at a brighter future. Visit www.casanh.org for more information.
About the Job
Join CASA of NH, a dynamic, high-energy, mission-based organization that provides volunteer advocacy for New Hampshire’s abused and neglected children. You will be joining a caring family of professionals led by a senior leadership team who values a supportive, smart, and friendly work environment, while setting high expectations. Be your best and work with the best at CASA of NH.
Role of Program Manager:
The Program Manager supervises, coaches and supports CASA Guardians ad Litem (volunteer advocates) and Peer Coordinators to oversee and implement the direct service of the CASA Program to advocate effectively on behalf of vulnerable children. CASA of NH is seeking an enthusiastic, compassionate, and organized team player for this position who thrives in a collaborative, committed environment. This is a full-time, salaried position with competitive benefits, generous vacation and sick time, and paid health insurance. The position is based in our Claremont & Keene offices.
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of New Hampshire provides a voice for abused and neglected children and youth by empowering a statewide network of trained volunteers to advocate on their behalf so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.
CASA of NH is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering a safe, inclusive, and supportive work environment where everyone is proactively engaged so that New Hampshire’s abused and neglected children benefit from increased effectiveness and alignment with our mission.
Experience supervising staff and/or volunteers and empowering them in their roles
Experience in conducting training with focused enthusiasm and energy
Excellent oral, written and interpersonal skills
Comfortable learning proprietary software for case tracking
Knowledge of juvenile court/child protection system a plus
Commitment to CASA of New Hampshire’s mission and goals
Enjoys working in a busy, collaborative, and supportive environment
Assists in recruitment, interviewing, and screening of Volunteer Advocates & Peer Coordinators
Assists in training of Volunteer Advocates & Peer Coordinators
Supervises Volunteer Advocates and Peer Coordinators who volunteer in Family Courts
Ensures all court case data and files are accurate and up to date
Collaborates with community partners such as court personnel, Division of Children, Youth & Families, and others