Human Trafficking Task Force Coordinator

St Louis, Missouri
Social Work
09/02/2021
IISTL
Depends on Experience 
Full Time

 

The Task Force Coordinator (TFC) is a grant funded, full-time, exempt employee position. The TFC Coordinator works closely with the International Institute and St. Louis County Police Department Project Managers to support administrative and operational activities of the Eastern District of Missouri Human Trafficking Task Force (HTTF). The mission of the HTTF is to prevent and respond to human trafficking through seamless collaboration between law enforcement, service providers, and community members. The Task Force Coordinator reports to the International Institute's Anti-Trafficking Project Manager.

Hours: The TFC will work normal business hours. Some nights and weekends will be necessary to fulfill job requirements.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Support HTTF administrative and operational activities.
  • Co-facilitate HTTF meetings and sub-committee meetings.
  • Coordinate HTTF data collection and assessment activities.
  • Continually develop and maintain HTTF membership and partnerships.
  • Organize and participate in HTTF training, public awareness, and outreach activities.
  • Prepare and update training, public awareness, and outreach materials.
  • Maintain HTTF website and social media accounts.
  • Assist with grant reporting and completion of other project deliverables.
  • Serve as a community liaison for the HTTF with partnering law enforcement agencies, social service providers, businesses, schools, area coalitions, and community members.
  • Supervise interns as needed.
  • Other duties as requested. 

 

Qualifications

  • B.S. or B.A. required; Masters preferred (Public Health, Social Work, Public Policy, Criminal Justice, or Human Rights).
  • Strong communication skills required. Communication/Public relations experience a plus.
  • One year coalition building or community organizing.
  • Must be able to effectively collaborate with a diverse range of community partners.
  • A commitment to human rights required, demonstrated interest in human trafficking, domestic violence, refugee resettlement, sexual assault, or related fields preferred.  
  • Experience with data collection, analysis, and visualization strongly preferred.
  • Public speaking experience preferred.
  • Bilingual abilities preferred.

 

Survivors of trafficking are strongly encouraged to apply. Lived experience is evaluated as equivalent to work or educational experience by the International Institute of St. Louis, unless specific certifications are specifically required.

 

Position will remain open until filled.

Candidates of diverse backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.

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