Western District of New York Anti-Trafficking Task Force Coordinator


JOB TITLE: Western District of New York Anti-Trafficking Task Force Coordinator
WORKING HOURS: 40 hours per week

QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: MS/MA or advanced degree in the social work, criminal justice, or related field REQUIRED

Experience: Experience in building community collaborations
Experience working with multidisciplinary teams

Additional Requirements:

  • Excellent communication skills (oral and written), interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Excellent organizational skills, including administrative and time management
  • Ability to work cooperatively with member organizations
  • Current valid driver’s license, and access to own transportation
  • Ability to meet short timelines, under pressure

JOB SUMMARY:
The role of the Task Force Coordinator is to serve as a primary point of contact for Task Force leadership, membership, and federal funders OVC and BJA with regards to the Human Trafficking Enhanced Collaborative Model Task Force in the Western District of New York. Responsibilities include management of administrative and operational activities including monitoring of law enforcement agencies, victim service providers, and other member organizations. The Coordinator will work with Task Force leadership to ensure that the goals and objectives of the grant are being followed in the conduct of member organizations, all through a trauma-informed lens. The Task Force Coordinator will also work with colleagues to conduct analysis of data and review grantee’s submissions to OVC and BJA.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Organize and assist with facilitation Task Force leadership meetings, full membership meetings, and sub-committee meetings;
  • Take minutes at each meeting and distribute to membership;
  • Guide the development and updating of task force protocols;
  • Formalize Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs)
  • Conduct outreach to expand task force membership and consult with qualified individuals regarding task force advancement;
  • Lead Task Force members in an analysis of Task Force data to identify trends, and/or gaps in victim identification, investigations, victim services, and prosecutions;
  • Assist Task Force facilitators with TTA opportunities with newer Task Forces;
  • Collect, share, and report performance measurement data;
  • Coordinate semiannual progress reports and review member organization’s individual reports;
  • Participate in OVC and BJA grantee meetings;
  • Complete tasks as needed regarding Task Force evaluation, working with identified evaluator;
  • Ensure approved training plan is followed, including internal training of Task Force membership and professional development training for stakeholders across the Western District;
  • Perform other duties as required.

TO APPLY:
Send resume and cover letter to Amy Fleischauer at afleischauer@iibuff.org by March 15, 2019.