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Human Trafficking Outreach Coordinator 

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About the Organization Diversity Statement
Fresno EOC is reflective of all communities we serve.

Our Vision for our Agency
As an entrepreneurial agency, we bridge the gap to self-sufficiency by providing opportunities and resources, as we initiate and partner in shared community efforts to improve the quality of life.

Our Vision for Those We Serve
Empowered individuals who thrive as healthy, self-sufficient and contributing members of our communities

Our Vision for our Community
Healthy communities with equal access to social justice, jobs, education and resources.  

Develops and grows the Central Valley Freedom Coalition: a network comprised of local and federal law enforcement agencies, legal service organizations, faith-based organizations, service providers, and advocacy groups. Coordinates the components of outreach, training and public awareness for Central Valley Against Human Trafficking Project.

Assists in the fulfillment of the agency's vision, 'For Those We Serve,' by empowering individuals who thrive as healthy, self-sufficient and contributing members of our communities.


Builds a regional coalition to address the issue of Human Trafficking by inviting stake holders to participate in the cause.

Coordinates and leads meetings of the Central Valley Freedom Coalition including: Steering Team, General Coalition and Sub-Committees.

Provides training and technical assistance to other local or regional coalitions in CVAHT service areas upon request.

Produces a quarterly electronic newsletter to be distributed regionally.

Conducts and coordinates outreach, training and public awareness to potential victims, organizations who serve victims, survivors, law enforcement, and other stakeholders on the issue of Human Trafficking and reporting procedures.

Assists program manager in the planning and coordination of an annual conference covering the issue of Human Trafficking.

Develops existing media campaign, including public service announcements, social media postings and the distribution of outreach and education materials.

Generates and submits weekly, monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, and annual reports to program manager as directed.

Assists in the development of new prevention/intervention projects for minor victims of sex trafficking.

Advocates for clients and victims of human trafficking. Attends court with clients as needed.

Updates case management and client files weekly in coordination with Case Manager. Conducts quarterly file reviews to ensure compliance with grant requirements

Collects, organizes, and enters data into appropriate formats for Program Manager and funders' databases.

Supervises Trauma Response Specialists, and CVAHT Interns including training, timely completion of performance evaluation and quality assurance.

Continually develops self-knowledge of issues of human trafficking, laws, policies, and case histories.

Provides support to CVAHT Program Manager and serves as lead staff for all CVAHT employees during CVAHT Program Manager absences

Coordinates prevention program and survivor groups for clients enrolled in the Central Valley Against Human Trafficking Project.

Assists in the trauma response coordination through direct advocacy and client services, as well as supervision of Trauma Response Staff.

Adheres to the program and agency confidentiality policies regarding clients.

Attends staff meetings and trainings as required.

Attends trainings, seminars and conferences to further education in the field of Human Trafficking, as directed.

Completes child abuse referrals as required of all mandated reporters.

Travels for agency business using personal/agency vehicle.

Maintains regular attendance and punctuality.

Works evenings and weekends as required.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Position Requirements

To execute this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


High school diploma or GED.

Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Sociology Counseling, Human Development or a related field required. Additional work experience may substitute required education on a year-by-year basis.


Minimum of two years’ experience in providing victim’s services, community outreach and building relationships, or related supportive services to adults, young adults, children and/or families required.

Prior experience in public speaking and/or coalition building is highly desirable.

Prior experience working with survivors of human trafficking individuals is highly desirable.

Prior experience in a community advocacy role strongly preferred.


Proficient with computers, technology, Microsoft Office Suite and related business software.

Bilingual English/Spanish or other secondary language preferred.

Must attend and complete training/education sessions regarding crisis intervention and be able to conduct crisis intervention and counseling in a backup function.

Must be able to provide transportation to clients as needed.

Familiarity with homeless services, service gaps, and various counseling concepts and techniques.

Knowledge of victim rights and street culture.

Familiarity with an ethnically/socially diverse community.

Ability to effectively read, interpret, apply, and explains rules, regulations, policies and procedures and can communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

Willing to work non-traditional hours and days to meet the needs of this position.

Maintain a valid California driver’s license, reliable transportation, adequate auto insurance as required by State law, and insurability by agency carrier.

Pass required background investigation including medical examination and TB clearance, acceptable criminal record statement, Department of Justice fingerprint clearance, and child abuse index clearance.

CPR and First Aid Certification preferred; required within six months of hire

Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Shift Days  
Program/Dept. CVAHT  
Salary $20.90  
Benefits Excellent Group Health Insurancre, 13 Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, Pension Plan, 403 (b) Plan  
Keywords Fresno, EOC, CVAHT, Outreach, Coordinator  
Division Sanctuary and Youth Services  
Close Date 12/28/2018  
Number of Openings 1  
Exempt/Non-Exempt Non-Exempt  
Req Number YOU-18-00020  
Location Fresno- Sanctuary  
Flyers None Specified 

Work schedule/Overtime Required


8:30am - 5pm

(may vary)


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