CATE Membership Specialist

Position Overview

This is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, highly organized, resourceful individual interested in systems change to join a high-functioning team that works with a diverse group of community partners.

The Membership Specialist is responsible for hosting, coordinating, and facilitating CATE’s regional meetings,
collaborating with each region on identifying community needs, building a safety net of providers, and encouraging collaborative approaches. This position also acts as a resource for community organizations, community members, and survivors by providing a link to other regions in the state, training, and technical assistance. This position reports to the Coalition Director.

This is a full-time, exempt salary position from $40,000 to $43,000 annually. Salary is determined based on the level of education, experience, knowledge, skills, and professional attributes. This position is remote/hybrid work from anywhere in Missouri. May include up to 50% travel, including overnights and weekends. People who can contribute to CATE’s diversity of lived experiences and perspectives are encouraged to apply.

Organization Overview

The Coalition Against Trafficking & Exploitation is a collaborative effort of agencies and individuals building on a community movement to prevent and respond to human trafficking and exploitation through advocacy, public policy, education, and direct outreach strategies.

Collectively, these core activities work towards our vision to ensure evidence-based service delivery to survivors and standardized education and awareness in the Missouri region. The CATE coalition believes in a community that is Educated, Aware, and Supportive. Currently, CATE is housed and operationally and financially supported by Healing Action.

What You Will Do

Membership & Community Engagement

• Assist in growing/strengthening CATE membership through effective communication, collaboration, support, and problem-solving
• Coordinate and facilitate CATE regional meetings and communicate effectively with members to promote
collaboration, negotiation, and problem-solving
• Represent CATE through professional associations locally and statewide
• Collaborate and work closely with government administrators, legislators, hospitals, academic institutions,
community-based organizations, etc., to promote CATE’s missions and goals
• Participate as directed and assigned to CATE workgroups and other committees of Community Education
• Assist in planning, coordinating, and facilitating educational workshops for CATE members
• Participate in exhibits, workshops, promotions, and conferences to promote community awareness of AmeriCorps Staff Coaching & Support
• Provide oversight & weekly support to up to four (4) AmeriCorps regional coordinators

Coalition Against Trafficking & Exploitation

• Assist in maintaining database records through accurate/timely documentation of all activities and preparing reports for funders
• 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:

• Have a degree in Social Work, Public Health, or a related degree. Bachelor’s degree accepted
• Can demonstrate work experience in human trafficking, domestic violence, victim advocacy, and/or public
• Can demonstrate work experience in facilitating workgroups, coalition management, community
engagement, and/or statewide resources building
• Can demonstrate experience with leading teams, supervision, or coaching
• Can demonstrate professional writing skills and the use of collaborative software and mass communication tools
• Are comfortable with public speaking and frequent communication
• 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
• Are detail-oriented and highly organized
• Can manage multiple tasks and priorities, set and meet goals and deadlines
• Have a flexible, creative, and proactive working style
• 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 the time of hire and the ability to maintain throughout employment

Next Steps

If you are qualified and interested, send a PDF of your cover letter and resume to [email protected].