Careers at CVC

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JOB TITLE:               Bilingual Bicultural Mobile Counselor




REPORTS TO:           Vice President of Operations


STATUS:                    Full Time



            Plans and provides individual and group counseling services to victims of sexual assault and violent crimes, with special emphasis on outreach and services to Chester County’s Latino/Hispanic population. Services are to be delivered in the office, off-site in various locations throughout the County and via telehealth.



  1. Assists clients with needs assessment and goal setting.

  2. Provides group and individual counseling for victims of assault/abuse and/or their families.

  3. Works with center staff in identifying clients for whom group counseling is appropriate.

  4. Refers clients to appropriate community resources.

  5. Provides direct services to victims and their families, including crisis intervention and supportive counseling.

  6. Develops sites throughout the county at which to meet with clients for the purpose of providing counseling with increased accessibility.

  7. Provides VOCA funded responsibilities including providing direct services addressing the emotional and physical needs of victims of crime and their families

  8. Adheres to the policies and procedures of CVC which support the goals and mission of the agency and meet funding requirements.

  9. Maintains accurate and legible records.

  10. Maintains record keeping and data entry into CVC’s data reporting system in a timely manner.

  11. Acts as liaison to other systems and agencies.

  12. Performs other duties as assigned by the CEO and VP of Operations.



  1. A minimum of a Master’s degree in Social Work, Psychology, Counseling, Criminal Justice, or a related field, and two years experience or its equivalent in the field.

  2. Skill in supportive problem solving, counseling, advocacy, and crisis intervention.

  3. Ability/experience in group counseling/facilitation.

  4. Ability to assume responsibility and make decisions.

  5. Knowledge of community resources.

  6. Ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships with staff, volunteers, other agencies and the public.

  7. Ability to express ideas orally and in writing.






  1. Within six months of appointment to this position, the Mobile    Counselor must provide evidence of successful completion of the current Sexual Assault Counselor Training Program provided by this agency.

  2. Must attend all training required by PCAR, PCCD or any other funder.

  3. Must possess a current valid driver’s license and have the use of an automobile during working hours.

  4. Will be expected to commute daily to the West Chester Office or other locations in Chester County where counseling sessions will be held.

  5. Must be able to respond in person within 45 minutes to locations all over Chester County when on call. 

  6. Must show evidence of proper automobile insurance coverage. 

  7. A Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance, PA Criminal History and FBI Clearances must be obtained upon employment.

Business Hours: 9am - 5pm, Monday through Friday

Address: 135 W Market Street West Chester, PA 19382

Office Number: (610) 692-1926 Office Fax: (610) 692-4959

The Crime Victims' Center of Chester County, Inc. 2017