The Northern Tier Anti-Trafficking Consortium (NTAC) Ohio Project Manager will be responsible for the provision and coordination of comprehensive case management services to foreign-born survivors of human trafficking across the state of Ohio. The Project Manager works closely with his or her counterparts in the 6 other NTAC sub-regions as well as the Program Director in Chicago, IL and Director of Victim Services in Buffalo, NY.
- Provides direct, trauma-informed, culturally competent services to eligible survivors of human trafficking
- Develops and manages a network of quality providers of anti-trafficking case management services
- Ensures best practices and maintains subcontract compliance
- Provides ongoing training and technical assistance to service providers, law enforcement and other stakeholders throughout the sate
- Travels throughout state of Ohio to meet with survivors, conduct trainings, and complete site visits
Education and Experience:
- Direct service experience in field of victim services
- Experience working with individuals and families who have survived trauma
- Expertise in conducting outreach and building strategic relationships
- Ability to leverage services and develop resource networks
- Proven program development and management experience—including ability to start up and maintain newly funded programs
- Demonstrated experience in program oversight and quality assurance
- Familiarity with state and federal public assistance programs
- Master’s degree in social work, public administration, law, or related field
- 3 years of comparable experience and proven 1 year of supervisory experience highly desired
- Anti-trafficking experience and education highly desired
- Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Access, Excel and database management needed
- Bilingual/bicultural candidates are encouraged to apply.
Position reports to the Executive Director, International Services Center, Cleveland, OH.
Contact: Karin Wishner, Executive Director
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