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In a manner consistent with the mission and values of CASA of Rochester/Monroe County, the Advocate Coordinator provides recruitment, training, and supervision to Volunteer Advocates.
The CASA Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the overall management of the program and all aspects of the operations. This primarily involves the coordination of a volunteer service providing CASA Advocacy to abused and neglected children to achieve our mission in accordance with the strategic plan and policies developed with the Board of Directors.
The Executive Director will create, lead and help implement the organization’s fund development plan with the goal of diversifying and increasing grant, event and individual donor revenues to build capacity and support the strategic direction of the organization.
In a manner consistent with the mission and values of CASA of Rochester/ Monroe County, support the program’s recruitment, training, and supervision of volunteers who advocate for the best interests of children and their families involved in neglect and abuse cases. This position provides administrative support to the program staff lead by the program’s Executive Director, with specific tasks for the Volunteer and Program Coordinators.