Utah Anti-Trafficking Campaign Program Coordinator

Operation Underground Railroad seeks to hire a program coordinator for an effort to combat human trafficking in the state of Utah.  This person will work collaboratively with O.U.R. staff (Development, Aftercare, and Volunteers departments) to develop, implement, evaluate, and statistically track project impact.

Project specifications:

Operation Underground Railroad works to improve trafficking awareness among first-responder professionals (those who are most likely to come into contact with a victim of trafficking), specifically in the medical, transportation, hospitality and beauty industries.  The program coordinator will work with O.U.R.’s Development, Aftercare and Volunteer departments to develop signs-of-trafficking awareness trainings, education materials, and organize formal training opportunities for said professionals, and evaluate project impact.

O.U.R. desires to host a training opportunity in downtown Salt Lake with guest speakers in fall 2017.  The program coordinator will work with O.U.R.’s event coordinator and Aftercare department to organize this event.

O.U.R. Aftercare currently partners with other Utah organizations to provide victim-services.  The program coordinator will help expand these local efforts to bring hygiene kits and public services to the streets.

All efforts will be researched and evaluated to demonstrate impact.

This is a part-time temporary position requiring 10-15 hours a week through the end of November, 2017.  Monthly stipend of $1,800.  Anticipated start date last week of May.  Direct supervisor will be the Development and Grants Coordinator.

Please send resume and cover letter to Bryn Garcia bryn@ourrescue.org by May 22, 2017.

Job Qualifications:

  • Graduated (or in final year of program) with a Masters of Social Work (MSW), Masters of Public Administration (MPA), or Masters of Public Health (MPH)
  • Experience with program development and administration within the social work or health care fields
  • Familiarity with and sensitivity for victims of human trafficking
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, including advanced research and interview skills
  • Willingness and capacity to travel within the state
  • Ability to develop impact driven programming and implementation plans
  • Completed research and statistics masters level classes
  • Strong interpersonal skills

Consultancy Opportunity | Training Module Development

Free the Slaves (FTS) is hiring a training consultant to help develop a training module on Mobilizing and Educating Vulnerable communities. 

The Terms of Reference for the position can be found here and attached. The consultancy is based in Kathmandu, Nepal but alternative locations will be considered. Please share this opportunity widely with your networks. 

FTS is currently hiring staff positions as well. Those positions are listed here

Please let me know if you have any questions: alex.woods@freetheslaves.net

 Purpose: Development of a Training Module on Mobilizing and Educating Vulnerable Communities
 Audience: FTS Staff (trainers) and field level staff of FTS partners (trainees)
 Commissioners: Free the Slaves
 Reports to: Neelam Sharma, Nepal country director, Free the Slaves
 Timeframe: April 1, 2017 – December 31, 2017
 Maximum Budget: $30,000 USD
 Location: Kathmandu, Nepal preferred; Alternative locations considered for working remotely

Training Consultancy for Module Development TOR March 2017

Redefining Justice: Envisioning New Approaches in Anti-Trafficking Work

Redefining Justice: Envisioning New Approaches in Anti-Trafficking Work,” the 15th Annual Freedom Network USA Human Trafficking Conference, will use a social justice lens to imagine what justice looks like in the anti-trafficking movement. To achieve justice is to talk about inequalities in our society and how injustices can create vulnerabilities to human trafficking and continue to disadvantage trafficking survivors. For the trafficked person, justice might look like the conviction of a trafficker, having access to various benefits, or the development of preventative efforts so that no one else experiences what they went through. What does justice look like to anti-traffickers? It might be through the criminal justice system, the civil legal system or restitution. It may be prevention or looking beyond the legal system or the development of new resources to protect survivors, victims, and potential victims. We look forward to exploring these issues during on April 5 -6, 2017 in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area. Registration opened on December 2016.

CEUs are offered. It will be in Washington DC, which is great if folks need to meet with OVC, DOJ, or other government partners. We also invite them to our conference and OVC sponsors the conference


Human Trafficking Specialist

Job Title: Human Trafficking Specialist (exempt position)

The Worker Justice Center of New York pursues justice for those denied human rights, with a focus on agricultural and other low-wage workers, through legal representation, community empowerment and advocacy for institutional change. The organization is currently seeking to hire a full-time Human Trafficking Specialist to join its Human Trafficking Program. The position will be located in WJCNY’s Kingston, New York office, however, the position requires travel across the eastern portion of New York State from the lower Hudson Valley through the North Country.

WJCNY’s Human Trafficking Program provides education and training regarding the identification and investigation of schemes of human trafficking. While WJCNY’s specialized expertise lies in the area of labor trafficking, we serve victims and survivors of both sex and labor trafficking through comprehensive case management services and legal services to empower survivors to regain their lives.

Supervisor: Program Director

Working Hours: 35 hours per week

Compensation: WJCNY offers a generous comprehensive benefits package, including health and dental insurance, paid sick and vacation time, and retirement savings contributions.

Competitive salary is commensurate with experience and based upon a union-negotiated compensation scale.

Job Requirements:

  • Conduct outreach to farmworkers, low-wage workers and other at-risk populations with a focus toward identifying potential trafficking victims and trafficking schemes
  • Collaborate with law enforcement partners to investigate tips concerning potential trafficking activity
  • Provide social services case management to victims and survivors of human trafficking
  • Draft informational and educational materials on human trafficking and the identification of human trafficking victims and schemes
  • Conduct trainings for governmental, human service and community agencies on identifying human trafficking victims and schemes
  • Represent WJCNY in various Human Trafficking Task Forces to establish and maintain partnerships with law enforcement agencies and social service providers
  • Keep regular, detailed reports as required; assist in grant reporting
  • Maintain knowledge of current events and developments in the area of human trafficking


  • Bachelor’s Degree or combination of education and experience
  • Written and verbal fluency in Spanish and English (required)
  • Experience with low-wage worker and immigrant communities, including life experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal skills and organizational skills
  • A demonstrated commitment to human rights, victim assistance and social
  • A valid driver’s license
  • Computer proficiency in Microsoft Office and web-based Google applications

To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Program Director, Andrea Callan, by email at acallan@wjcny.org, or by fax to 845-331-6615.

WJCNY is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all applicants regardless of race, sex, disability, religion, national origin or sexual orientation. WJCNY is an affirmative action employer and encourages applicants from women, people of color, persons with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals.

Client Advocate


Position Description:
Client Advocates will be socially conscious individuals who are passionate about and
committed to ending human trafficking and exploitation through holistic, traumaresponsive
services such as outreach, education, legal services, and whole person
advocacy. Client Advocates will be instrumental in assisting clients with developing
individualized and client-led goals and plans. Client Advocates will work with
trafficked persons of all backgrounds and age groups and focus on building
intentional and transformational relationships and assisting clients in their overall
growth and recovery. Using AO’s uniquely developed Resiliency Model, Client
Advocates will help clients to identify both short-term and long-term goals and
needs. They will then support clients in creating an individualized case plan and
identify the means and processes necessary to achieve these goals.

Client Advocates, while working full-time, will be expected to work non-traditional
hours depending on client needs and agency meetings or trainings. These hours will
vary from week to week and some flexibility is both required and given to ensure
clients are properly served and that Client Advocates are supported. Travel will be
necessary for clients who are outside of Lucas County.

Client Advocate Posting FINAL

Multiple Positions — Human Trafficking


OTIP has several open postings for contracted staff within the office.
Please feel free to share with anyone who may be interested and
qualified for these positions. The positions will remain open until

· Child Trafficking Analyst (Job ID #247885)

· Trafficking Program Specialist (Job ID #247882)

· Human Trafficking Data Analyst (Job ID #248968)

· Trafficking Policy Analyst (Job ID #249188)

Descriptions of the positions are available on the GDIT career
opportunities search page (once on the page, enter any of the Job ID
numbers above):


Senior Program Manager

Free the Slaves

Job Description
Senior Program Manager
Location: Washington, D.C.

About Free the Slaves
Founded in 2000, Free the Slaves (FTS) is a pioneer and leader in the global effort to eradicate slavery. Our mission is to liberate those in slavery and to change the conditions that allow slavery to persist. Free the Slaves works at the grassroots to empower vulnerable individuals and communities to achieve freedom from slavery and develop resistance to slavery. We work with and through local partners to build national capacity to combat slavery and trafficking.
Headquartered in Washington, D.C., with programs in Ghana, India, Nepal, Haiti and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Free the Slaves has an annual operating budget of approximately $3 million, a talented and dedicated staff of 27, including 11 in its country offices and field programs, and a highly engaged and supportive board of directors.
For more information, see: www.freetheslaves.net.

Position Overview
The principal role of the senior program manager is to plan and implement Free the Slaves’ strategy to eradicate slavery in three country programs (including DRC, Haiti, and either Nepal or Ghana) and to backstop all operations of those programs. This includes strengthening the work of Free the Slaves’ local NGO partners, who are bringing people out of slavery and improving national and local policy frameworks related to slavery and human trafficking. The senior program manager supports and supervises three overseas-based country directors and is supervised by the director of programs (based in Washington, D.C). The senior program manager will be supported by the programs operations officer (based in Washington, D.C.). The senior program manager coordinates closely with the FTS monitoring, learning and evaluation team; and also works closely with the FTS development team on grant proposal writing and reporting. This is an exciting position as the team evolves and grows to implement Free the Slaves’ new 10-year vision.

 Plan long-term strategy for the FTS country programs, together with other team members.
 Participate in designing new FTS programs and structures to implement FTS’ new Vision 2025. This may include supporting the documentation of technical approaches used by Free the Slaves and its grassroots partners for dissemination to key institutions.
 Play a pivotal role in expanding and diversifying the FTS portfolio, including building excellent relations with donors, participating in proposal writing and supporting preparation of required programmatic and financial reports to donors.
 Oversee operations of the country programs (many operational tasks are carried out by the program operations officer).
 Supervise three country directors and collaborate with all country staff on the programs’ implementation.
 Oversee the capacity building and grant relationships with grassroots partners, who are engaged in community education and organizing aimed at bringing people out of slavery and changing the norms and systems that allow slavery to persist, monitoring and documenting slavery violations, national and local advocacy and rights-based livelihood interventions.
 Communicate the work, progress, challenges and outcomes of the three country programs to FTS staff, board and the general public.
 Coordinate closely with FTS monitoring and evaluation staff, overseeing the implementation of monitoring and evaluation of our three country programs.
 Oversee the development of annual plans and budgets for the three programs and for funded grassroots partners and the monitoring of adherence to the plans and budgets, taking corrective action as needed.

 An existing right to work in the U.S. (green card or U.S. citizenship)
 Fluency in English
 Fluency in French
 Strong organizational and time management skills
 At least five years of professional experience managing international development programs with human rights-related components (e.g., anti-trafficking, gender, child protection)

 Relevant postgraduate qualification (e.g., international development, human rights, law, community work/social work) or breadth of work and educational experiences to substitute effectively
 Enthusiasm for traveling 20 to 25 percent
 Passion and commitment to ending modern slavery
 Innovative spirit and willingness to use creative thinking
 Determination and ability to sustain positive, respectful and dynamic relationships with overseas partners, alongside expectations of mutual accountability
 Ability to develop budgets, understand income and expenditure reports and give meticulous attention to financial management
 Strong English writing skills, including ability to write for different audiences

 Experience working in Free the Slaves target countries
 Knowledge of local languages in Free the Slaves target countries (desirable but not required)
 Anti-slavery expertise and professional experience

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

To Apply
Applications should include: (1) a tailored cover letter that outlines how your interest, skills and experience meet the qualifications for the position, (2) a resume and (3) a list of at least three references. PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR RESUME, COVER LETTER and REFERENCES AS ONE (1) WORD OR PDF DOCUMENT to http://smrtr.io/C_y3PQ. Please include your last name in the title of the submitted document. Please indicate any annual full-time salary rate required.

Deadline for Applications
Applications received by May 27, 2016, will receive full consideration. Applications received thereafter may be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.
Free the Slaves is an equal-opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or veteran status.

Human Trafficking Case Management Coordinator

Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach

APILO is now hiring a Human Trafficking Case Management Coordinator. If interested, send cover letter and resume with 3 professional references to Personnel Committee, jobs@apilegaloutreach.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Position is open until filled.


Human Trafficking Case Management Coordinator


Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Provide case management and social services to eligible clients, particularly in the area of human trafficking and adults with disabilities.

2. Coordinate case management services for the Anti-Trafficking Collaborative of the Bay Area.

3. Provide community education and outreach on issues of significant concern to the community.

4. Provide intake and assessment services through telephone and in-person interviews with potential clients and callers.

5. Provide technical assistance and training to CBOs, public agencies, APILO staff, volunteers and pro bono panel.

6. Work with community partners, law enforcement, and other agencies in service coalitions and collaborations.

7. Represent the organization at community, legal, and other meetings and functions.


1. At least five (5) years experience in providing case management and social or legal services with survivors of or human trafficking, domestic violence, and/or elder abuse in the Asian/Pacific Islander community or other communities of color.

2. Demonstrated commitment to social justice and to serve disadvantaged persons in the Asian/Pacific Islander community.

3. Social work/case management degree or completion of other comparable program of study.

4. Completion of 40-hour domestic violence counselor training or willingness to complete such training.

5. Bilingual and bicultural skills in API languages and cultures especially Tagalog or Korean.

6. California driver’s license and own vehicle preferred.

7. Ability to work well in a team oriented, multi-cultural work environment.


Download Job Announcement HERE.

Senior Policy Associate, Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (ATEST)

The Senior Policy Associate for the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking (“Policy Associate”) is a key member of Humanity United’s Washington, D.C. office whose
responsibilities focus on support the ATEST Director to lead and strengthen ATEST. TheSenior Policy Associate will report to the ATEST Director; the Senior Policy Associate and
the ATEST Director are located within the Policy and Government Relations Department. The Senior Policy Associate will support the ATEST Director with management of the
coalition and with promoting member-driven leadership on policy initiatives and priorities. The Senior Policy Associate will be responsible for managing key elements of ATEST’s
advocacy agenda. The Senior Policy Associate will also collaborate closely with the ATEST Director in coordinating with all functional areas of Humanity United, including
Policy, Investments, Communications, Research, Operations, and Legal, in management of ATEST and strategy development. The Senior Policy Associate may also work with the
Director of the Policy and Government Relations Department on specific Humanity United anti-human trafficking projects that are separate from the work with ATEST. The performance of duties outlined below may require the Senior Policy Associate to travel occasionally.

Position Description- Senior Policy Assoc ATEST – Feb 17 2016


Program Specialist Utah Attorney General’s Office and Asian Association of Utah



Salary: $20.85-34.91 hourly
Job Description: This is a time limited position that is funded by a joint grant between the Utah Attorney General’s Office and the Refugee and Immigrant Center at Asian Assoc. of Utah and is contingent on continued grant funding. Not to exceed three years.
This is a senior level specialist job requiring expert level knowledge of a specific program. Incumbent is responsible for implementation of the OVC/BJA funded Enhanced Collaborative Model to Combat Human Trafficking Program. The incumbent is responsible for reviewing federal award requirements, as well as state, department and/or division requirements and ensuring compliance with those requirements. The incumbent also develops and maintains cooperative relationships with state, local, and private agencies. The specialist will coordinate project efforts between partners Utah Attorney General’s Office and the Refugee & Immigrant Center – Asian Association of Utah.

Position responsibilities:
• Coordinate with the Task Force to support and strengthen membership, protocols, and resources
• Provide Task Force administrative support, including supporting Task Force chair to convene meetings, take minutes, and provide follow-up on specific tasks
• Work with UTIP Task Force Data Subcommittee to develop and implement data collection and data sharing procedures. Work closely with project evaluation partner to support process and performance evaluation
• Collaborate on training materials development, production and scheduling
• Maintain confidentiality of clients, staff, and other collaborators in compliance with organizational privacy standards and federal funding agency guidelines
• Provide effective leadership to project staff, including technical assistance to ensure appropriate handling of cases
• Foster new partnerships and monitor existing partnership through outreach visits and development referral pathways
• Design, formulate, prepare, process, and coordinate microgrants, and monitor micrograntee performance
• Prepare and submit federal reports in coordination with key project staff
• Manage overall deliverables of the project

Location: 5272 South College Dr. Murray, UT 84123


How to Apply: Please apply at www.statejobs.utah.gov for job #07204 titled Grant Manager
Closing Date: 2/1/2016
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