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Mosaic Georgia provides comprehensive direct-services for child, adolescent and adult victims of sexual assault/abuse.  A community 501(c)(3) organization, Mosaic Georgia is a “free-standing” facility designed and equipped to provide confidential and specialized services to meet the distinct needs of sexual assault victims.  Mosaic Georgia has proudly provided services to victims and families for 33 years and has received state and national recognition for its distinction from similar programs. Mosaic Georgia is dedicated to meeting the physical, psychological, and emotional needs of persons victimized by sexual assault or abuse.  All persons are treated with respect and dignity in a safe, caring environment.


Bilingual Forensic Interviewer/Advocate

The Bilingual Forensic Interviewer / Advocate will provide two distinct services for Mosaic Georgia clients.

As a Forensic Interviewer: Conducts recorded specialized, non-leading interviews for information-gathering purpose as requested by law enforcement or DFCS. Most forensic interviews take place at Mosaic Georgia’s Children’s Advocacy Center with law enforcement, Department of Family & Children’s Services, and/or District Attorney present. A forensic interviewer does not engage in advocacy on the case.

As an Advocacy Specialist: Provides delivery of direct victim/ family advocacy services/crisis intervention support and accompaniment to persons who experienced sexual assault/ child sexual abuse.

This position reports to the Forensic Interview Manager. This is a full-time grant funded position with full benefits including employer-paid health, dental, life, long-term disability insurance, vacation, and employer matched retirement benefits. Working hours are mid-afternoon through early evening. Bilingual highly preferred.

Bilingual Counselor (LPC, LCSW, LMFT, PsyD, PhD)

This position will strengthen our post-trauma support with full-time focus on providing direct services (assessment/ initial therapy and support groups) to our clients and coordinating referrals and payments to providers (pending funding availability). The ideal candidate thrives in a collaborative work environment, adaptable with positive attitude, and experienced working with childrenadolescents, and/or adults who have experienced sexualized violence.  She/He/They treats victims/patients/clients and families with professionalism, respect and dignity. Identifies and addresses psychosocial, cultural, ethnic and religious/spiritual needs of clients and their families. Full-time position with evening and weekend hours required. Bi-lingual skills a MUST.  Reports to the Counseling Coordinator.

Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Coordinator- Evenings/Weekends

The position of SART Coordinator provides intake, coordination and delivery of direct-victim services for all persons seeking Mosaic Georgia services. The SART Coordinator is responsible for the effective communication, scheduling and delivery of direct-services for persons victimized by crimes of sexual violence and/or child sexual abuse.  All SART Coordinators are trained and qualified Advocates and serve in that capacity (in addition to their SART responsibilities) as needed, or in the absence of a Volunteer Advocate.