Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2023 Annual Freedom Network USA Human Trafficking Conference
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Covenant House Alaska Student engagement specialist, Permanency Navigator, rapid, rehousing, case manager, human resource generalist, Street outreach worker, and so much more
Rural Trafficking, Prevention, and Intervention Program Manager.
Covenant House Alaska The Rural Trafficking Prevention and Intervention Program Manager (RTPIP PM) will begin the implementation of Covenant House Alaska’s (CHA) Trafficking Prevention and Intervention work in Bethel. This includes implementing human trafficking screening tools at Bethel Winter House and with other community partners. They will work with community partners to identify and implement a local service path for transitional aged youth 13-24 who have been identified as highly vulnerable to trafficking or are confirmed trafficking survivors. For youth who have been identified as highly vulnerable or confirmed survivors of human trafficking the RTPIP PM will work to provide mobile navigation services focused on helping them find resources to address their safety, security, and healing. In addition, the RTPIP PM will have access to CHA’s Bethel Rapid Re-housing funding and other CHA resources to ensure youth are housed.
Bilingual Human Trafficking Adovcate
Asian Pacific Development Center Asian Pacific Development Center (APDC) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Aurora Mental Health & Recovery (AMHR) and is seeking a Bilingual Human Trafficking Victim Advocate (preference will be given to candidates that speak Mandarin, Korean, or Vietnamese) responsible for providing direct services and case management to victims of human trafficking with the City and County of Denver, CO.
$2,000 Sign On Bonus Available! *Not eligible for PRN candidates, internal employees, and re-hired employees within 90 days from separation.
Based on full time (40 hours/week). Prorate if less than 40 hours/week. Paid in two installments: 50% on first paycheck, 50% on paycheck following 6-month anniversary.
About the role.
This is a full-time Victim Advocate role that is responsible for providing direct services and case management to victims of crime within Colorado to specialized within the immigrant/refugee communities. The advocate will provide mobile advocacy, outreach in these specific communities, and administrative tasks such as record-keeping and report writing of client services and data. Under general supervision from Victim Advocate Manager, this position must work well independently and with teams, while providing excellent, respectful, and confidential customer service and victim advocacy skills which supports the Asian Pacific Development Centers (APDC) mission and values. The Victim Advocate will build relationships with various service provider agencies and advance a policy agenda within the criminal justice system or victim advocacy that will benefit the AAPI, immigrant, and refugee communities in Colorado.
Louisiana Alliance of Children’s Advocacy Centers The Program Supervisor will perform functions related to internal human trafficking efforts within Children Advocacy Center’s across the state of Louisiana, supervision and management of the Regional Care Coordinators, providing ongoing assistance and development of statewide care coordination, and additional Children Advocacy Center network activities. The Louisiana Child and Youth Trafficking Collaborative- Accessibility Initiative (LCYTC AI) is a multi-year project administered by the Governor’s Office and funded by the US Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime that will aim to improve outcomes for child and youth victims of sex and labor trafficking. The vision for the LCYTC AI is a cohesive, statewide care coordination model of multidisciplinary teams that ensure that all children in Louisiana regardless of their location or identity- have access to a comprehensive continuum of care. The values of the LCYTC AI project are accessibility, collaboration, continuity, equity, survivor- centered, and sustainability. To learn more about the LCYTC, visit https://www.lacacs.org/lcytc. Full-time Employee (40 hours/week). Reports to the Executive Director of LACAC and the Program Director of the LCYTC-AI project. Hybrid- expected to come into the office a minimum of 2 days a week, must live in Louisiana. Office based in the Slidell, Louisiana.
Director of Legal Immigration Services
University of Maryland SAFE Center for Human Trafficking Survivors The University of Maryland Support, Advocacy, Freedom, and Empowerment (SAFE) Center for Human Trafficking Survivors has an exciting opportunity for a Legal Immigration Services Director to lead, grow, and manage our legal services team and program. For more information and to apply:
Justice at Work This position will be responsible for providing high quality legal assistance, community education, and advocacy on behalf of eligible clients of the program, with a focus on immigration cases for survivors of workplace crimes. Staff are also expected to be a part of the organization’s efforts to be a partner in the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network. While some remote work is anticipated, the successful candidate will be expected to be present in either the Philadelphia or the Pittsburgh office at least 15 hours each week.
Staff Attorney - Employment Law
Justice at Work The Staff Attorney will be responsible for providing high quality legal assistance, education, and advocacy on behalf of eligible clients of the program, with a focus on wage theft and other types of employment cases. Staff Attorneys are also expected to be a part of the organization’s efforts to be a partner in the Pennsylvania Legal Aid Network. While some remote work is anticipated, the successful candidate will be expected to be present in either the Philadelphia or the Pittsburgh office at least 15 hours each week.
Children's Program Pro Bono Coordinating Attorney
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network RMIAN’s Children’s Program works to ensure justice for children and families in immigration proceedings. Our Pro Bono Coordinating Attorney plays a critical role connecting children and families who need representation with pro bono attorneys, as well as developing relationships with pro bono partners and providing training and mentoring for volunteer attorneys. More information can be found here: https://rmianwebsite.squarespace.com/happenings-news/2023/2/17/were-hiring-childrens-program-pro-bono-coordinating-attorney
Children's Program Staff Attorney
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network The RMIAN Children’s Program is seeking a colleague who possesses a shared passion to support unaccompanied children. Specifically, this individual will provide direct legal representation to unaccompanied children in ORR custody, as well as unaccompanied children released from ORR custody and those placed in the Unaccompanied Refugee Minor program. In addition, this individual will assist unaccompanied children with Know-Your-Rights presentations, individual consultations, courtroom assistance, advocacy for release of children approaching their eighteenth birthday, and referrals to other legal service providers and pro bono partners. RMIAN will consider applications from licensed attorneys, as well as those who will have a juris doctor degree by June 2023 who take the July 2023 bar exam. More information can be found here: https://www.rmian.org/happenings-news/2022/7/14/were-hiring-childrens-program-staff-attorney
Director of Social Work
Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network As RMIAN’s long-time leader and developer of the Social Service Project transitions out of the organization, we are seeking the right person to guide the next chapter of these vital services, and to manage and support a strong team of three masters-level social workers. The Director of Social Work will direct program strategy; supervise members of the team; oversee day-to-day operations, including grant management, evaluation and reporting; liaise with community partners and funders; carry a very limited caseload; and participate on RMIAN’s Leadership Team to carry out the organization’s mission and strategic priorities, including justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion. More information can be found here: https://www.rmian.org/happenings-news/2023/2/15/q5fbreh17xwm18a1quvcjnb4n79ydr
Immigration Services Officer
USCIS HART Service Center adjudicator (sharing on behalf of USCIS)
Justice At Last Staff Attorney Openings
Justice At Last Responsibilities Justice At Last continues to have an active trial calendar in 2023 and seeks Staff Attorneys who are eager to gain courtroom experience in a variety of areas, including enforcing and protecting crime victims’ rights, seeking lost wages through the California Victim Compensation Board, pursing post-conviction relief for crimes clients were forced to commit while being trafficked, establishing identity documents and identity-theft recovery, securing restraining orders against exploiters and advancing survivor’s parental rights, achieving immigration relief before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration Court and the Board of Immigration Appeals, and helping clients preserve housing and secure housing-related benefits.
Additional responsibilities include: • Providing trauma-informed, survivor-driven, client-centered and rights based legal support services • Conducting in-depth legal assessment with clients to identify legal forms of relief • Preparing and accompanying client to law enforcement interviews • Facilitating legal clinics and conducting community education and outreach to various stakeholders in the community • Representing Justice At Last at community, legal, funding and other meetings and functions • Developing and maintaining relationships with stakeholders
Qualifications • Understanding of the legal forms of relief for trafficked persons • Demonstrated commitment to social justice and the advancement of underserved communities • Strong advocacy, writing and courtroom skills • Bilingual and culturally sensitive skills particularly relevant to underserved communities preferred • Access to a vehicle, insurance and a valid driver's license, and available to travel throughout the San Francisco Bay Area • A member in good standing with the California Bar • Ability to work well in a team-oriented, multi-cultural work environment
Please read more about these openings at our website at https://www.justiceatlast.org/careers
Ecli-vibes About the SCATI Program:
The Suffolk County Anti-Trafficking Initiative (SCATI) is a robust multi-agency task force that addresses issues surrounding human trafficking in the county. This task force consists of a multidisciplinary team of law enforcement, social service providers, non-governmental organizations, faith-based partners, educators, community leaders, and trafficking survivors. Between December 2018 and May 2022, SCATI partners provided at least 19,095 units of services (approximately 4,773 hours) to 296 trafficking victims (271 sex and 25 labor trafficking victims), conducted 127 investigations and 110 prosecutions, trained 5,075 professionals about human trafficking, held 83 outreach events, created 3 professional research reports, and started an enriching Survivor Advisory Board (SAB). Building on their success, the program is looking to strengthen and expand on current partnerships, create sustainable systems of guidance for survivors across agencies, expand to include labor trafficking victims, increase data sharing across agencies, boost community education with the help of the Human Trafficking-Survivor Advisory Board, and provide additional formalized peer support to newer task forces
Program/Outreach Assistant - OVC ECM Task Force
Howard County (MD) Office of Human Trafficking Prevention See listing, note grant funding limitation.