In the heart of Lexington, you can find locally owned restaurants, nationally renowned Riverbanks Zoo and Garden, access to Lake Murray, and the newly renovated Gibson Pond Park. Lexington is also just minutes away from Downtown Columbia where you can visit Soda City on Saturdays, and attend UofSC sporting events. If you are looking for a good community and close knit team, look no further. Dickerson Children’s Advocacy Center provides the opportunity to serve children and families in need.
The primary purpose of the Advocacy and Forensics Services Coordinator (AFSC) position is to coordinate intakes for children and families referred to DCAC requesting a forensic evaluation. The AFSC provides case management to support family engagement in initial services and coordination of intervention activities as part of DCAC’s Continuum of Care. In this capacity, the AFSC works closely with advocacy and clinical services providing organizational support to link services to the continuum of care to aid service provision. The Advocacy and Forensic Services Coordinator is responsible for data entry in DCAC’s client tracking program, Collaborate and also provides advocacy, crisis intervention and assessment services as needed.
Education and Experience:
Minimum of Associate’s Degree in Human Services or Administrative Field required OR two years of experience in the field of children services and/or Bachelor’s Degree preferred.