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On August 28, 2017, McLean County Government launched a new online career site.  This portal will allow you to create a personal profile/account, save information to that profile, apply for posted positions, and learn more about working for McLean County.  All applicants (including those with previous accounts on our other system) must create an account.  This allows you to easily save information and documents and easily apply for positions.

McLean County has a workforce of approximately 800 people serving the community as office support, probation officers, nurses, engineers, park attendants, corrections officers, accountants, law enforcement, and much more.  This site updates frequently -- please sign up for automated updates on open positions.

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McLean County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  A copy of our EEOP Utilization Report may be obtained by contacting the McLean County Office of the County Administrator, 115 E. Washington, Rm 401, Bloomington, Illinois, 61701 or admin@mcleancountyil.gov .

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Forensic Interviewer (Open Positions: 1)

Closes On: February 26, 2019 at 08:00 AM CST

Department: Children's Advocacy Center
Job Status: Full-Time
Shift: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Status: Open until filled
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Forensic Interviewer
McLean County Children’s Advocacy Center

Job Summary:  A full time professional position responsible for conducting highly specialized interviews of children reported to be victims of abuse and/or neglect.

Minimum Job requirements:

Forensic Interviewer: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, criminal justice, education or a related field or a Master’s Degree in Social Work.  A minimum of two (2) years of professional experience working with children and families where abuse and violence are identified issues is required.  Requires professional experience in working with the criminal justice or child welfare system and has been or will be trained in a Forensic Interview technique.

Job Description- Specific Duties:

  • Conduct forensic interviews of children and adolescents of alleged abuse, usually during regular office hours but occasionally after-hours.

  • Participate in pre/post interview multidisciplinary case staffing

  • Travel within a 3 county area for interviews and team meetings

  • Respond to subpoenas and testify when requested

  • Participate in case reviews and present cases when requested

  • Collect and enter data into the case tracking system

  • Participate in supervision, peer review, professional development and on-going training activities including being trained in Forensic interview technique

  • Conduct professional and community in-service trainings about interviewing and/or the dynamics of child abuse

  • Participate in grant writing and reporting

  • Perform other tasks and responsibilities as requested by Executive Director


Job Description- Specific Requirements:

  • Must be able to work well with children.

  • Must be able to work in stressful situations and utilize self-care methods

  • Must be able to work with a variety of people, including clients and their families, professionals in the areas of law enforcement, court personnel, medical professionals, and agency employees.

  • Must possess strong organizational skills

  • Must be able to adapt well to the structure and environment of the center and satellite offices.

This is a full-time 37.5 hour per week position. Hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

McLean County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  The selection of an individual for this position is at the sole discretion of the County.