If you suspect abuse, please call 855-503-7233. For emergencies, dial 911.

Amani Child Abuse Assessment Center for Columbia County

Career Opportunities

Explore Opportunities at Amani Center

In 2019, the Amani Center was ranked as the #2 small non-profit to work for in Oregon. The Center was established over 20 years ago for the purposes of developing and operating a community-based center where child victims of abuse, neglect, and/or witnessing violent crime, could receive a child forensic interview, medical evaluation, and support services in a child-friendly setting. We work collaboratively with law enforcement, medical and mental health providers, and social service agencies through a multidisciplinary team approach.

Join Our Team

The Amani Center offers a warm, supportive, and inclusive work environment full of people who are passionate advocates for children. Please fill out the form below if you are interested in applying.

Currently, the Amani Center does not have open job positions for hire.

The Amani Center is growing! As a result, we have a new opening for a Forensic Interviewer. The Forensic Interviewer position is key to fulfilling our mission. This position works as part of the Forensic Assessment Team in conducting child abuse assessments and is responsible for conducting recorded interviews utilizing techniques that follow the Oregon Interviewing Guidelines and are the least traumatic for or children. 

We are growing! The Amani Center has several opportunities for Mental Health Providers to join our team. This is a chance to help build our new program and utilize your unique skills. We are looking for bilingual (English/Spanish) candidates for two roles and welcome applicants proficient in English for the third position.

The Amani Center has a unique opportunity for an Intake Coordinator who is bilingual in English and Spanish to join our team.  This person acts as the first point of contact for individuals seeking forensic assessment services for victims of child abuse, neglect and other crimes. This position provides compassionate, trauma-informed support to individuals in crisis as well as Law Enforcement Officers and DHS Child Protective Services Workers.

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