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Safehouse House Mother
Brave to Love
Title: House Mother Contractor Position (SLA) About the Position
The House Mother will be responsible for managing the day-to-day operations and supervision of the transitional home during allocated shifts. Brave to Love’s transitional home offers housing and support to survivors of human trafficking.
Specific Responsibilities
● Responsible for beneficiaries’ intakes, service access in the transitional home, move-ins and transition to independent living.
● Maintain an emotionally supportive environment and ensure the well-being of beneficiaries by addressing physical and mental health needs.
● Coordinate and oversee beneficiaries’ recovery programme and transport needs.
● Manage the household schedule and services.
● Oversee health and safety.
● Manage the home budget.
● Practice trauma-informed, culturally and linguistically sensitive, survivor-centred practices.
Requirements
● Valid driver’s license.
● Completed Gr 12 certificate.
● Minimum 2 years experience in caring for people.
● Previous experience as a House Supervisor would be an
advantage.
● Proficiency in trauma-informed care.
● Experience in leading a team of people.
● Demonstrated ability to build strong relationships, provide compassionate
care.
● Able to work independently and collaborate well within diverse teams.
● Ability to manage difficult situations with beneficiaries in the housing program.
● Computer proficiency including Microsoft Office and computer research abilities.
● Excellent organisational skills with good interpersonal and communication skills.
● The role requires shift work and has live-in requirements.
● Candidates will participate in an in-person panel interview.
● All successful candidates must have a clear criminal record and background
checks will be conducted.
● The interview process will also include a practical assessment which will require
on-the-job exposure to determine the suitability of a candidate.
Closes 30 July 2023.
Send applications: info@bravetolove.org
Link: www.bravetolove.org
Executive Director
The Freedom Story
Seeking candidates to help write the next chapter of The Freedom Story!
Link: https://www.thaingo.org/jobs/detail/16003
Case Worker
A21
A21 is searching for a Case Worker to manage services for survivors of human trafficking and child exploitation.

JOB PURPOSE

To facilitate A21 Child Advocacy Centre (CAC) Pattaya Aftercare services according to the mission and purpose of A21 within the Reach, Rescue and Restore mandate.

To assist with the running of A21 Aftercare Program to survivors of human trafficking to ensure the best possible outcome for each individual. This includes interviewing potential Victims of Trafficking (VoTs), and providing survivor aftercare services facilitated both in and outside the A21 CAC.

To assist in crisis situations as directed by management

To assist with A21 Survivor Relocation Services (A21 SRS) as directed by management.

Liaise with Government institutions and Non-Government organizations to create a network of partners that will provide aftercare services for A21 cases.

Note: Thai fluency is requirement for consideration.
Link: https://a21.bamboohr.com/careers/163
FSC Regional Advisor
Global Fund For Children
Key Deliverables
The consultant is needed to provide the following services:

CONNECT
• Identify topics of relevance to US members, and then develop and facilitate at least one workshop or community conversations tailored to the needs of US members every 6 months.
• Identify and add research, best practice guidance, policies, and frameworks relevant to the US to the FSC Resource Library. This will include posting at least one resource on the FSC online community every month and producing a blog/briefing paper or similar resource about safeguarding in the US every quarter.
• Facilitate FSC’s quarterly Peer Learning Circles for US members, including providing updates on changes in legislation, regulations and best practice in the US.
• Work with the Network Director to identify key networks, government agencies, academic institutions, etc., working on safeguarding in the US and represent FSC at relevant meetings and forums.
The consultant is expected to complete 12 hours per month in achieving the above deliverables.
SUPPORT
In collaboration with the FSC Technical Director, the consultant will:
• Provide technical support and capacity building to individual FSC Members based in the
US (approx. 10 hours per month)
• Review and adapt FSC’s technical support and training resources to meet the needs of
US members (approx. 4 hours per month)
• Develop and facilitate training and/or capacity building for US funders, including tailoring
existing FSC content for a US audience. (approx. 4 hours per month)
• The consultant is expected to complete 18 hours per month in achieving the above deliverables.
Additional Tasks
• Participate in the FSC team meetings, learning forums and other FSC events
• Support the implementation of FSC’s learning framework, sending out and completing
surveys in relation to any FSC training and events delivered by the consultant.
It is estimated that the consultant will complete approximately 2 hours per month on these additional tasks.
Link: https://globalfundforchildren.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/RFP-FSC-Regional-Safeguarding-Advisor-USA.pdf
Program Coordinator, Americas
Global Fund For Children
What will you be doing? In collaboration with the Americas program team in Washington, DC, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and Brazil you will assist with grant-making and capacity development support to partner organizations across diverse thematic and geographic initiatives. Over time, you will build direct relationships with partners; serve as a mentor, cheerleader and internal advocate; and help connect our partners to resources to strengthen their capacity. You will help organize events, spaces and other creative ways for our partners to connect with each other, both virtually and in person. You will support the grantmaking process, track reporting, and update our grants database, draft content for funder reports and our blog, and contribute to project management and new proposals. You will help document and communicate about the work of our partners and research new areas of investment. And you’ll be a member of the Programs team, contributing to new programming, shaping new strategies, and pitching in on team efforts to make GFC’s work ever more impactful. You will communicate with our partners in Spanish (and Portuguese if you can), and with the global GFC team in English.
Link: https://globalfundforchildren.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Program-Coordinator-Americas-EN-SP-PT-final-002.pdf
Finance Manager
Global Fund For Children
The Finance Manager (UK) will oversee GFC’s day-to-day financial processes including budgeting, reporting, compliance, and financial management of GFC’s active grants portfolio and will play a key part of improving our program delivery by supporting grant budget holders. They will be responsible for managing and reconciling grants budgets to actuals; prepare forecasts; maintain oversight of all financial transactions in the portfolio; and will be responsible for preparing financial reports.
The Finance Manager may have supervisory responsibilities and works cross-functionally with our DC and London-based offices and our international affiliates. This position will be based in our London UK Trust office and will primarily report to the Vice President, Finance, in close intersection with the Finance Controller, both located in our DC office.
The ideal candidate will be a representative of GFC’s mission, embracing our Core Values of Courage, Passion, Partnership, Learning, Inclusion and Excellence in their daily work.
Link: https://globalfundforchildren.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/Finance-Manager-UK-revised-final.pdf
Operations Associate
Global Fund For Children
What will you be doing?
The Operations Associate will play a key role in helping build the UK Trust’s collective capacity, focusing on technology, hardware support, facilities and administrative needs. The Operations Associate is also responsible for helping to ensure smooth day-to-day operations. Focus on superior “customer” support will be key, as well as the ability to address multiple different types of requests
The Operations Associate will be a point person in the UK for managing computer hardware and working with our IT vendor to ensure staff resolve any platform or software issues. The Operations Associate will perform administrative and logistical duties, support meeting and event planning, staff engagement, and general office management activities. This role supports multiple areas within GFC. Generally, the Operations Associate will be responsible for finding new and creative ways to cultivate a positive and welcoming culture both virtually and in our physical office environment.
A successful candidate must be able to self-manage projects and tasks to completion. Flexibility, positivity, creativity, independence, drive, an ability to anticipate needs, and a willingness to pitch in as a team player are essential to success. This role reports to the Senior Director, Operations and Governance, located in Washington, DC.

Link: https://globalfundforchildren.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/05/UK-Operations-Associate-FINAL.pdf
Senior Programmes Associate - Masculinities initiative
Global Fund For Children
The Senior Programmes Associate will work with our Senior Programmes Officer to support the day-to-day running of this new phase of the Boys and Young Men Initiative and the longer-term strategic direction of the work. The Senior Programmes Associate will be particularly responsible for developing work on the masculinities and youth participation strands of the initiative. The role will report to the Regional Co-Director of Europe and Eurasia.
The role will focus on:
Cohort building and support
• Establish trust-based relationships with selected local grassroots partners in England that have a programmatic and/or advocacy focus on assisting boys and young men
• Working with our Senior Programmes Officer, support grants management in the Boys and Young Men portfolio, including assessments, report follow-up, and regular communication with partners
• Contribute to an overall strategy for the Boys and Young Men Initiative—including a work plan, learning and evaluation plan and measurable outcomes
• Conduct periodic site visits and follow-up on partners’ progress toward meeting boys and young men - centred outcomes and impact
• Conduct capacity building activities and identify additional resources as needed to help partners address needs specific to the initiative
Increasing youth voice and participation
• Work with our partner organisations to develop opportunities for boys and young men to increase their voice and participation in public conversations on social change
• Work closely with the communications team and partners to collect and highlight stories, learning and successes from grantees to demonstrate the impact of grantees the importance of working with boys and young men
Funder Partnership
• Network with peer organisations, government and charities, advocacy groups, and other key stakeholders as needed
• Represent GFC at meetings, conferences, and webinars to advance the initiative and raise awareness of the challenges for boys and young men in England
Link: https://globalfundforchildren.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/BYM-Sr-Associate-Application-Pack-2023-FINAL-June-deadline-.pdf
Executive Director
The Well Vocational Training Center
As the orgaization is still in developmemt stage. We are seeking a candidate prelaunch that shares in the vision and will play a large role in design, recruitment and early stage management, wearing many hats. Once operational, the ED will oversee operations, finances, programs and staff. They will build stakeholder relationships to achieve the organization's mission and goals, with the support of the board.
Program Manager
Free To Shine
We are seeking applicants with relevant social work experience, and strong experience in leading teams. The role of the Program Manager is to lead our team and oversee the management of the program.
The Program Manager will lead a small team of social workers in their practice, mentoring them in the management of their cases, and will supervise and coach the Program Officer in leading a team of education officers in their provision of monthly safety visits.
Link: https://www.freetoshine.org/work-with-us
Partnerships Officer
Free To Shine
The core focus of this role is increasing income for Free To Shine, and therefore securing the safety and education of girls. It’s 4 days/week, for 2 years, based in Siem Reap.
Link: https://www.freetoshine.org/work-with-us
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
Free To Shine
The role of the Finance and Administration Officer is to ensure efficiency, help the organisation perform well, and ensure
financial transactions are conducted ethically and legally.
Link: https://www.freetoshine.org/work-with-us
Executive Director
Parinama Astha Foundation
To lead the team of part-timers and volunteers, to help fundraise, to manage programs and help the in-house counsel with cases being handled, to oversee the safe house, and to work alongside the chairperson in the daily running/operations of the foundation.
Link: https://www.parinama-astha.com
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