Anti-Trafficking Advocate/Case Manager
Center for Family Services is looking for a responsible and organized individual to fill the Anti-Trafficking Advocate/ Case Manager position in the Services Empowering Rights of Victims (SERV) program. SERV provides crisis intervention, counseling, and support to survivors of sexual violence, domestic violence, and human trafficking. The program provides personalized care to help people follow a path to healing. The Anti-Trafficking Case Manager is responsible for the direct services of the Center’s SERV Human Trafficking Project, providing identification of victims of human trafficking. This individual is responsible for victim services, including case management, advocacy, and crisis-intervention for victims of Human Trafficking.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Anti-Trafficking Case Manager makes connections with community service providers as well as local, state and federal law enforcement, provides outreach and public awareness on human trafficking, presents educational programs to the community, and reports directly to the Anti-Trafficking Program Coordinator. This individual has strong organizational skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, experience working with people, especially on a one-to-one basis, and demonstrates sensitivity towards the needs of victims. The Anti-Trafficking Case Manager produces weekly updates on identification and referral progress, outreach activities, and trainings provided in the communities, provides coverage for on-call schedule as needed, assists with office procedures pertinent to the operation of the project, and conducts intakes with HT residents. This individual ensures residents follow Safe House Expectations and maintains client files, following state and agency guidelines.
To apply, please submit salary requirements and cover letter.
- Bachelor’s Degree required (may be substituted with years of experience); A Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology or a related field is preferred.
- Bilingual in English and Spanish is preferred
- Experience working with people on a one to one basis while showing sensitivity towards victims
- Must complete 40 hour New Jersey State Confidential Sexual Violence Advocacy crisis training and the 40 hour Domestic Violence Training provided by SERV
- Current driver's license with a driving record of at least three years
- Vehicle with current insurance and registration