Be part of our team! Mosaic Georgia provides services which enhance safety, health, and justice for people of all ages impacted by sexual violence and abuse. Our organization also presents training and workshops to eliminate the social conditions that allow for violence, and provides professional training programs that build the capacity of local community response to victims.


Professional Education/Training Coordinator

The Training Coordinator is responsible for organizing and implementing all professional education and training programs, with guidance from the respective subject matter experts in-house.  Key responsibilities include event planning and logistics, curriculum & materials production, ensure events are promoted widely, manage registrations and CEUs, program evaluation and improvement, and maintain SANE/SAFE student files. Additional requirements in full job description. No phone calls please.

Sexual Assault Advocacy Specialist

This position will provide crisis intervention, direct victim advocacy services, information and referral, legal advocacy, victim accompaniment services (medical, legal and other) and follow-up assistance for child & adult sexual assault/ abuse victims and families. The Advocacy Specialist is responsible for case management, responding to crisis line calls, client intake, disposition tracking and data management for all persons/families victimized by sexual violence/abuse. This position requires strong skills in data management, case management and interagency communications. Additional requirements in full job description. No phone calls please.

Counseling Coordinator (LPC,LCSW,LMFT,PsyD,PhD)

This new position will strengthen our post-trauma support with full-time focus to assess, screen, and counsel  adults, adolescents, and children who experienced sexual abuse/violence; and coordinate referrals to third-party providers. Coordination of linkage agreements and referrals and active participation in the local Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) are essential. The ideal candidate thrives in a collaborative work environment, is adaptable with positive attitude, and experienced working with children, adolescents, and/or adults who have experienced sexualized violence.  She/He/They treats victims/patients/clients and families with professionalism, respect and dignity. Identifies and respects psycho-social, cultural, ethnic and religious/spiritual needs of clients and their non-offending families.  Reports to the Director of Client Services. Additional requirements in full job description. No phone calls please.

Reception & Client Experience Specialist (bilingual)

The Reception & Client Experience Specialist creates a warm and friendly environment for all clients and guests who call or visit Mosaic Georgia. The ideal candidate has a solid customer service persona and can deal efficiently and calmly with people in crisis. He/She/They performs a wide range of administrative and office support to facilitate the positive, efficient and smooth operation of the organization.  Additional requirements in full job description. No phone calls please.