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Fellowship: Survivors of Human Trafficking

OPENING DOORS INC | Sacramento CA 95816 USA | Part Time | Posted: 12/12/2012

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DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Primary Duties:
Outreach Responsibilities
• Initiates, coordinates, and organizes SOT outreach and trainings with social service agencies and street outreach in the Hispanic community;
• Participates in and presents at trainings and events for a range of audiences in Spanish;
• Translates as appropriate/needed

Case Management Responsibilities:
• Be responsible with program director for participating in the response to emergency and non-emergency calls from victims of human trafficking;
• Effectively support existing relationships with referral organizations and agencies throughout the anti-trafficking and related fields;
• Assists survivors of human trafficking to obtain allowed public benefits, medical care, counseling, legal services and housing;
• Under supervision assists with grant reporting duties to funders of the Survivors of Human Trafficking program;
• Performs administrative support services; and performs other program or agency-related duties or special projects as directed.
• Maintains complete and accurate records of clients and services provided and provides program data as required

Secondary Duties:

• Establishes and enhances relationships in the community and service area which facilitates access and referrals to Opening Doors programs and services
• Develops and prepares grant proposals in conjunction with the Program Director and the Deputy Director

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Ability to perform the duties described above
• Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, International Relations or other related social service fields is required
• Two to five years related experience in one or more of the following areas: social work, education, health services, counseling, mental health
• Competence with Microsoft Office including Excel

REQUIREMENTS:
• Fluent in speaking, reading and writing in Spanish and English. Additional languages a plus
• Clear understanding that client data received in the course of ODI’s work is strictly confidential and that breach of confidentiality is cause for immediate termination
• Availability and willingness to participate in events or activities outside of the 9am-5pm Monday through Friday work
• A well-maintained personal vehicle, a valid California driver’s license, good driving record and active vehicle insurance. (Mileage reimbursement will be provided for use of personal vehicle for performance of duties.)
• High degree of organization to manage multiple clients, priorities and projects simultaneously
• Excellent decision making and priority setting abilities.
• Experience working with men, women and LGBTQ clients in traumatic circumstances
• Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively in a multicultural team environment
• Effective oral and written communication skills
• Strong problem-solving skills
• Commitment to Opening Doors’ mission

DESIRABLE TRAITS:
• High energy and demonstrated creativity
• Problem Solving
• Bilingual-Bicultural preferred
• Successful grant writing experience

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Location Sacramento, CA, 95816, United States
Annual Salary $8,000.00 - $10,400.00/Yearly
Travel Required 50% of the time
Categories Social Work/ Services, Women/Girls
Function Accounting/Finance
Visa Sponsorship Do not sponsor.
Pref Major Social Work
Pref Degree Bachelors

Location Maptop

Contact Informationtop

Contact Name Judith Painter
How to apply Applications are no longer accepted for this job posting.
Url http://www.openingdoorsinc.org