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Employment Opportunities

We are hiring for an Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs) Community Impact Officer! The ACEs Community Impact Officer is responsible for building relationships with community stakeholders to promote awareness of ACEs and the BraveBe ACEs Institute Project. The Community Impact Officer will oversee management of the project, to include leading Advisory Board meetings, participation in site visits, outreach to partner organizations, research and program development, supporting a community public awareness campaign, and general education and training of ACE initiatives. Read more about and apply for the Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs) Community Impact Officer position.

We are hiring for a Family Advocate! The Family Advocate is responsible for welcoming the child and non-offending family members to BraveBe Child Advocacy Center and creating a safe and supportive environment that is free of judgment. The Family Advocate provides immediate emotional support to the child and non-offending caregiver(s) during a time of crisis by providing on-site advocacy during a forensic interview or medical evaluation conducted at BraveBe Child Advocacy Center.  The Family Advocate works with the non-offending caregiver(s) to identify their most urgent needs and to assist with identifying resources to meet basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter, and safety. Read more about and apply for the Family Advocate position.

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A note from Executive Director, Paige Piper:

BraveBe Child Advocacy Center employs a dedicated team of professionals committed to making a difference for child victims of abuse and their families. Employment here is challenging and rewarding.

BraveBe Child Advocacy Center is fortunate to partner with numerous agencies in our community, including law enforcement, Nebraska Health and Human Services, county attorneys, and mental health services. Through our collaborative efforts we seek to improve outcomes for child victims, understanding that each Center serves as an important piece of the larger puzzle.

Over the years, BraveBe has become both a noun and a verb. There are times our multidisciplinary team members refer to “CAC-ing” a child. That speaks volumes to the importance of the work we do. BraveBe is so much more than a place; it’s a lifeline for children and families who are facing their hardest days; it’s a phone call in the middle of the night to a caring team that conducts an emergency interview; it’s a board game between a child and their advocate during a scary criminal trial; it’s hours of questions being answered, tears being wiped, and connecting families to restorative resources like therapy. BraveBe is the light when everything around a child feels dark. It’s unwavering support by a first-class team who put children first, always.

BraveBe Child Advocacy Center is special because of our dedicated team. The work is intense and emotional, yet the care and compassion of the staff ensure that children and families are not alone when navigating the intimidating criminal justice system and recovery process. We hold our employees to high standards of integrity and accountability because what we do matters.

--Paige Piper