Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) Coordinator
General Summary: Under the direct supervision of the Clinical Director, the position will be the point of referral for all community partners for known and suspected victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) per the Rhode Island CSEC Protocol. To include physical and/or sexual abuse and adults with disabilities who are abused. The CSEC MDT Coordinator will organize all MDT meetings with partners, including DCYF. The CSEC MDT Coordinator will be the liaison between community partners to share information, provide and organize team trainings, and manage data collection for all clients served.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Serve as the primary contact for referral for all CSEC MDT partners.
2. Manage all CSEC MDT referrals and maintain data.
3. Organize multidisciplinary teams for each client.
4. Facilitate all meetings and conference calls pertaining to the client.
5. Provides resources for RI CAC/CSEC protocols, CAC/CSEC training and NCA National Standards to all CAC/CSEC MDT members.
6. Provides case management responsibilities when necessary to identified clients.
7. OMS-Conducts evaluation tool with families upon discharge.
8. To perform all other duties as assigned.
9. Provides support, education, referrals and information to parent/guardian of client.
10. Remain appraised of all community services available for the client.
11. Act as liaison to the MDT by informing the MDT of significant issues and changes related to the case.
12. Participate in weekly team case review meetings and weekly individual supervision with Clinical Director.
13. Register and complete 3 weeks of 2nd staff back up on the Helpline, per year.
Skills and Abilities Required:
1. Strong interpersonal skills in order to make professional presentations and facilitate meetings for a wide range of ages and skill-levels.
2. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, in addition to computer literacy.
3. The ability to deal effectively in stressful situations and crises as they arise.
4. Knowledge of sexual assault/abuse, domestic violence and sexual exploitation (CSEC) dynamics.
5. Experience conducting professional training/presentations to large and diverse audiences.
6. Experience creating curriculum for an MDT of professionals on topics such as sexual assault/abuse, domestic violence, sexual exploitation, human trafficking and crimes against children.
1. Work either remotely, community-based or in an office setting in a professional manner.
2. Position requires possession of a valid driver’s license and vehicle for in-state travel.
3. Work requires flexible hours and occasional evening and weekend hours.
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
1. Bachelor’s degree in relevant field, Master’s Degree preferred
2. Completion of the next scheduled Helpline Training.
How to Apply
Please send a cover letter & resume to: