Employment Opportunities

ChicagoCAC is a growing agency, and we seek highly qualified applicants to join our teams. Experience working within a truly multidisciplinary setting and have the chance to be part of a developing and dynamic culture of professionals who help victims of child sexual abuse to reclaim their lives. Culturally diverse and bi-lingual individuals are strongly encouraged to apply. Submit resumes and cover letters to resumes@ChicagoCAC.org. Include the position title in your subject line. 

Clinical Services Supervisor

The clinical supervisor provides administrative and clinical supervision to a team of mental health therapists and ensures that clients and families receive appropriate quality, timely, trauma informed clinical services appropriate to their needs. View the complete description.

Bilingual Family Support Specialist

The family support specialist provides comprehensive case management services to child victims of sexual abuse and their families. The family support specialist receives referrals directly from family advocates, Family Hope Center therapists, or the Manager of PATHH and family supports. Appropriate referral needs include, but are not limited to: medical advocacy, mental health linkage for parent or other member of the household, basic needs (e.g., food, clothing, or shelter), education advocacy, psychiatric services, or application for benefits (e.g., social security, DHS, All Kids, WIC). The primary goal of the family support specialist is to enhance problem solving and coping capacity of the client while linking and improving the systems that may support the family. View the complete description.

Marketing & Communications Officer

The Marketing & Communications Officer has primary responsibility for ChicagoCAC’s marketing, communications, graphic design and media relations. In this work, s/he conceives of, writes, designs, edits and presents materials representing ChicagoCAC’s mission, programs, fundraising initiatives and community resources to a variety of internal and external audiences through a broad range of media. S/he is responsible for developing and implementing ChicagoCAC’s day-to-day and overall marketing and awareness strategies, ensuring that branding and messaging are implemented consistently throughout all of the organization’s communications. View the complete description.


The custodian maintains ChicagoCAC as a clean and safe environment for all clients, employees, partners and guests. View the complete description.

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