Jobs at  RCPC

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RCPC was recently recognized for their Family Friendly Workplace policies and awarded the FNSB Family Workplace Award in 2003, 2008, 2018 and 2023. 


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Job Openings at RCPC

Find our open positions and read the full job descriptions below. 

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RCPC, Attn: Human Resources, 726 26th Ave., Ste. #2, Fairbanks, AK 99701

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Operations and Finance Manager

The Operations and Finance Manager’s primary responsibility is to assess organizational performance against both the annual budget and the agency’s long-term strategy. Responsible for all functions related to finances, including but not limited to the supervision of finance clerk, contractors related to RCPC finances, payroll, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and the general ledger. This position also includes duties related to development and community relations such as manage, develop, and significantly increase major gift support to RCPC.

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Child Advocacy Center–Forensic Interviewer

The forensic interviewer is responsible for conducting and coordinating child abuse forensic interviews and evaluations. The purpose of a CAC forensic interview is to obtain information from a child about abuse allegations that will support accurate and fair decision making by the MDT within the criminal justice, child protection, and service delivery systems. Forensic interviews are conducted in a manner that is developmentally and culturally sensitive, unbiased, fact-finding, and legally sound. The forensic interviewer may also assist with family advocacy in cases where they are not the forensic interviewer to support children and families in acquiring proper resources, navigating the process of the child abuse investigation, and being a liaison for families within the multi-disciplinary team response.

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Child Advocacy Center–Family Advocate

Under the direct supervision of the Child Advocacy Center Program Manager, the family advocate works as a partner in providing and acquiring proper resources for non-offending parents or guardians of alleged victims of child sexual or domestic abuse and child victims. The advocate has experience with and access to local service agencies and resources to better meet the needs of clients at Stevie’s Place. The family advocate also assists families and child victims in understanding and navigating the process of a child abuse investigation. The advocate serves as a liaison and voice for families, working between the different resource agencies and the multidisciplinary team, to ensure services are provided in the best interest of the child.

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Child Advocacy Center–Program Assistant

The Stevie’s Place Child Advocacy Center (CAC) Program Assistant provides administrative support to the CAC Program and the Manager. Duties include but are not limited to general clerical activities, receptionist, and program-based work. The Program Assistant projects a professional image through in-person and phone interaction.

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Family Services–Family Contact

Under the direct supervision of the Family Services Program Manager, the Family Contact Worker is generally responsible for providing comprehensive parenting assessment, supervised visitation, and home and center-based parenting education and support to families involved with the Office of Children’s Services (OCS).

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