The Full Time Coalition Support Coordinator will help further the Missouri Coalition Against Trafficking & Exploitation’s (CATE) mission by providing support, training, and technical assistance to current and future coalition members and providing administrative support. This position reports to the CATE Manager.
Healing Action is one of three Collaborative Partners and the host site of CATE. The person hired for this position will be an employee of Healing Action.
CATE is a statewide collaborative effort of agencies and individuals building on a united community movement to prevent and respond to human trafficking and exploitation through advocacy, public policy, education, and direct outreach strategies.
Healing Action is a St. Louis based non-profit organization that services adults who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation including, but not limited to, sex trafficking, prostitution, stripping, escorting, pornography, and survival sex.
What You will Do…
- Assist in growing/strengthening CATE membership through effective communication, collaboration, support, and problem-solving.
- Provide research-based / trauma-informed technical assistance to CATE membership regarding program policy/procedures and implementation of CATE’s Standards of Care.
- Assist members in creating policy/procedures to collect programmatic data and compile reports for CATE distribution and use.
- Participate as directed and assigned to CATE workgroups and other committees.
Training and Education
- Develop, in collaboration with other CATE staff, culturally appropriate curricula, training, and reference materials regarding human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation.
- Assist in planning, coordinating and facilitating quarterly educational and training workshops for CATE members, including two full-day workshops annually.
- Participate in exhibits, workshops, promotions, and conferences to promote community awareness.
- Assist in the coordination and design of digital media campaigns aligned with CATE’s Mission, Vision and Values.
- Maintain website and digital media platforms with support from CATE staff.
- Suggest strategies and methods to improve CATE’s digital footprint.
- Develop and monitor ROI and KPIs
- Stay up to date with digital media technologies and latest trends.
- Ensure all documents, data, and reports surrounding membership criteria/requirements/contacts are collected and maintained.
- Assist in maintaining database records through accurate/timely documentation of all activities and preparing reports for funders.
- Provide oversight & support to the AmeriCorps staff as needed.
- Participate in supervision, team meetings and All-Agency meetings.
- Assist in the development of CATE documents, materials, and publications as needed.
This could be a good match if you…
- Openly embrace working with all people, regardless of age, gender, race, religious background, immigration status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, ability, and health status.
- Can demonstrate strong communication skills including verbal, non-verbal, listening, visual, and written (to include public speaking with both individual and large groups).
- Can demonstrate strong conceptual skills to assist CATE and its members (e.g. create and develop policies, procedures, training curricula, digital media).
- Can demonstrate strong organizational skills that allow you to successfully strategize on how to complete multiple assignments, work both independently and as a proactive team member, manage timelines/deadlines, pay attention to details, provide timely follow-up, and ensure project success from start to completion.
- Can demonstrate flexible interpersonal skills that allow for successful collaborations, problem-solving, teamwork, conflict management, relational boundaries, and critical thinking.
- Have a Social Work, Public Health, or related degree. Bachelor’s degree accepted / Master’s degree preferred.
- Can demonstrate work experience in human trafficking, domestic violence, and/or sexual assault victim advocacy.
- Can demonstrate knowledge and understanding of trauma-informed theories, principles, and best practices.
- Are proficient in digital media and Microsoft Office.
- Work from a rights-based, harm reduction, and social justice framework.
- Use person-first language and refrain from stigmatizing language.
- Can pass a background, driving record, and Family Care registry check.
- Have a valid driver’s license, proof of automobile insurance, and reliable transportation at time of hire and ability to maintain throughout employment.
- Represent the values of CATE and Healing Action on the phone, in print, and in-person in a professional manner.
- Establish and maintain strong, solid communication with CATE and Healing Action’s staff, leadership, membership and external partnerships.
- Maintain confidentiality of sensitive agency information and membership organizational information.
Schedule and Wages:
This is a full-time (40 hours), non-exempt position. Flexible work schedule that can and will include evenings and weekends. Starting wage range is $15.00 – $16.82 per hour. Wage is determined based on level of education, experience, knowledge, skills, and professional attributes. Generous benefits and time-off package to be discussed during interview process. Additional monthly reimbursement for mileage and expenses. Responsibilities will include local, and statewide travel. Ability to travel using a personal vehicle safely and frequently.
If you are qualified and interested, send one (1) PDF that includes your cover letter and resume to Linda@mocate.org. Please include Coalition Support Coordinator in the email subject line. Only qualified applicants will be contacted for an interview.