The Executive Director of Anti-Trafficking is responsible for overseeing the administration of the Anti- Trafficking program, providing community outreach, and securing necessary funding streams needs or other financial resources for expansion and sustainability. The Executive Director of Anti-Trafficking will devise strategic plans in collaboration with key Executive Staff and will ensure all program policies, procedures and guidelines are adhered to and implemented consistently among Anti-Trafficking programs as appropriate. Other key duties include responsibility for the development and oversight of program and its budget and provide direct oversight of Anti-Trafficking’s program and personnel.
Some Essential Duties and Functions are:
- Oversee and implement appropriate resources to ensure the operation management of Anti- Trafficking program (i.e. safe home and mobile teams) are appropriate and successful, e.g. effective supervision of key staff, hiring and retention of competent qualified staff
- Provide fiscal management of Anti-Trafficking program including budget preparation, decision making and reporting
- Manage contracts and ensure compliance with contract goals/expectations.
- Identify and cultivate alliances to secure financial and non-financial resources to expand and sustain Anti-Trafficking program, e.g., obtain and manage contracts for services, compliance with contract deliverables
- Implement strategic goals specific to Anti-Trafficking and lead and motivate staff towards achievement of agency and program goals.
- Ensure all program policies, procedures and guidelines are adhered to and implemented consistently among all locations of services
- Provide ongoing program assessment and evaluation of best practices and implement appropriate programmatic changes based on current needs within the program in collaboration with the Vice President of Program Operations.
- Work closely with other professional, civic and private organizations for enhancement of Anti- Trafficking program to further its mission and goals.
- Cultivate, establish and maintain relationships with various organizations and utilize those relationships to strategically enhance the goals of Anti-Trafficking program.
- Lead the on-going anti-trafficking training/education, as requested.
Required Experience and Qualifications:
- A Master’s Degree is preferred in Non-Profit Management, Business Administration, Human Services or it’s equivalent and/or at least five years of non-profit management
- Prior Anti-Trafficking Experience/Training is strongly preferred.
- $1000 sign-on bonus ($250 upon completion of new hire Relias Trainings, $250 upon successful completion of probation period, $500 at 1 year anniversary)
- Insurance (Dental, Medical and Vision)
- Paid Days Off