Minnesota housing Partnership
community development manager
CornerHouse was founded in 1989 during the inception of the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC) model and is recognized as an international leader for its Forensic Interview ProtocolTM , As an accredited CAC, Cornerhouse has worked to address the traumatic effects of child abuse – supporting children and families throughout the disclosure, investigation, and legal processes. Most recently, CornerHouse expanded its services to provide therapeutic healing through mental health and advocacy services. This addition helps children and families heal from their experience of abuse. All of this is completed by a staff of 26 with experience in forensic interviewing, mental health, and advocacy services. CornerHouse seeks to end abuse before it begins.
CornerHouse has an annual budget of $2M. The major programs and services are:
● Forensic Interview: A semi-structured conversation with a child, teen, or vulnerable adult who has disclosed experiencing or witnessing abuse.
● Coordinated Response: The CAC model brings together a multi-disciplinary team of professionals (prosecutors, investigators, medical professionals, advocates) to create a coordinated response to the abuse in a trauma informed way, limiting the number of times a victim has to relive the trauma.
For more information on CornerHouse’s programs and services please visit www.cornerhousemn.org
PRIMARY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Reporting to CornerHouse’s Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for planning, coordinating, directing, and developing CornerHouse. The CEO supervises the Response Services Director, Training Director, Development Director, Finance Director and Clinical Services Director using a Leadership Team model. In addition, the CEO provides supervision and guidance to any contract staff that may be needed to successfully execute the organization’s plan. The primary responsibilities are:
The salary range for this position is $140K-$150K and is commensurate with experience and qualifications. In addition, CornerHouse offers an attractive benefit package.
CornerHouse is committed to social, racial, gender, and economic justice and strongly encourages women, veterans, persons with disabilities, and individuals who identify as BIPOC or LGBTQ to apply. The organization will begin reviewing applications October 31, 2023. Cincinnatus invites interested candidates to send an electronic letter of introduction and résumé to firstname.lastname@example.org, or a hard copy to Employment, Cincinnatus, 1041 Grand Avenue, PMB 229, Saint Paul, MN 55105.