National Director of Anti-Trafficking Mobile Teams

Nashville, TN or Raleigh, NC

The National Director of Anti-Trafficking Mobile Teams will lead the Anti-Trafficking Teams consisting of Clinicians and Case Managers, and Drop-In Center Coordinators creating a comprehensive system of care for commercially sexually exploited (CSE) and trafficked children and young adults (up to age 28) in the states of North Carolina and Tennessee. The National Director of Anti-Trafficking Mobile Teams will provide the oversight and implementation of the programs in each state, act as the program liaison for various entities, and ensure that all programs are trauma-informed and culturally competent. The Director will also provide various trainings and presentations in various venues.

(Remote position – Candidates must be located in Tennessee or North Caroline due to travel)

Some Essential Duties and Functions are:

  • Develop and maintain close liaison with state and other government leaders, agencies and various constituents with regard to services, licensing, standards, partnerships and purchase of service contracts, etc.
  • To assure the delivery of quality care and coordinated services to trauma victims specific to CSEC and CSE young adults directly and by delegation.
  • To assure financial and client data bases are maintained accurately.
  • To assure all programs operate in accordance with One More Child and COA and State licensing standards as applicable.
  • To be responsible for the hiring, employment, supervision, training, evaluation and discharge of all personnel within the program service area, in keeping with agency policies and procedures.
  • To work with staff to develop and oversee an annual operating budget and assume responsibility for the implementation and monitoring of that budget within prescribed fiscal guidelines.
  • Ensure program objectives and specific goals for assigned service area are achieved.
  • Ensure a trauma-competent culture of grace, respect, and boundaries is present with mobile teams coupled with evidenced cultural competencies.
  • To assure all programs in assigned area consistently operate at maximum capacity.
  • Design as needed and implement trainings and awareness presentations, for both internal and external use.

Education and Experience Requirements

  • Master’s degree in Social Work, Human Services or related field desired.
  • A minimum of 3 years related experience.
  • Comprehensive understanding and experience in providing direct care and coordinated services to trauma victims, specific to CSEC and CSE young adults.
  • Flexible; availability to work flexible hours and days and ability to be on call 24 hours/7 days a week as

Employee Benefits:

  • $1000 sign-on bonus ($250 upon completion of new hire Relias Trainings, $250 upon successful completion of probation period, $500 at 1 year anniversary)
  • 403b
  • Insurance (Dental, Medical and Vision)
  • Paid Days Off
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