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Please note:  to apply for any of the below positions, please submit resume, cover letter, MCCA application and salary history to tamif@mccainc.org.  You can also apply by dropping off materials or mailing to: MCCA, c/o Tami Foley, 1301 W. Washington St., Bloomington, IL 61701.  MCCA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Descriptions are available below for the following positions: Application for Employment Part-Time Residential Advocate for Countering Domestic Violence MCCA is seeking a part-time Resident Advocate for our Countering Domestic Violence program. The position will be responsible for providing quality services to residential families and hotline callers. Job Qualifications: Physical Requirements: Ability to lift children up to age 4, climb stairs, and perform necessary shift duties Educational Requirements: Associate’s Degree or related work/volunteer experience Specific Skills: Dedication and commitment to victims/survivors of domestic violence; ability to demonstrate effective client service delivery with sensitivity ; ability to demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills; ability to handle stressful, crisis situations utilizing sound judgment; ability to work in a team environment to ensure 24/7 coverage for NH Other: Driver’s license and suitable transportation; working phone, Commitment to MCCA’s mission, vision, culture, goals and objectives> Part Time Court Advocate Job Summary: Responsible for providing legal advocacy services to victims of domestic violence Job Specifications: Physical Requirements: Ability to perform required tasks   Education:Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Social Work or related field preferred; Illinois Certified Domestic Violence Professional (as applicable) Prior experience:Related work and/or volunteer experience Specific Skills:Dedication and commitment to victims/survivors of domestic violence, ability to work with client population with a specialization in legal advocacy, ability to demonstrate sensitivity and empathy, ability to serve as a liaison between victim services and the legal system, ability to demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills, ability to utilize multi-tasking skills and attend to detail, ability to handle stressful, crisis situations, ability to utilize sound judgment and problem solving skills, ability to work in a team environment Other: Insured, reliable transportation and valid driver’s license; working home telephone MCCA is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer