The Salvation Army exists to meet human need wherever, whenever and however we can. With our brand promise of Doing the Most Good, The Salvation Army offers employees a greater sense of purpose and an opportunity to be an essential part of a highly respected organization.
The International Social Justice Commission (ISJC) is The Salvation Army's strategic voice to advocate for human dignity and social justice with the world's poor and oppressed.
The International Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Response (MSHTR) Coordinator is the primary operational link person between the ISJC and International Headquarters (IHQ) in matters of international modern slavery and human trafficking.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Report regularly to the The General’s Council (TGC) as part of the ISJC Quarterly Report
- Advise international and territorial Salvation Army leadership on matters of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Response (MHSTR).
- Chair the International Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Response (IMSHTR) Council and oversee arrangements for the annual council meeting.
- Work with the IMSHTR Council to update international strategy, minimum standards, best practice guidelines, training resources and International Day of Prayer for Victims of Modern Slavery and Human
- Develop with the Council, in consultation with members of the Programme Resources department, MSHTR-specific data collection tools and measurement tools for monitoring and evaluating.
- Keep up to date with International Law regarding MSHT and international initiatives from the UN and other international agencies.
- Network with other International Organisations involved in the international response to modern slavery and human trafficking
- Keep an international database of coordinators, contact persons and modern slavery and human trafficking responses that is easily available. (Information supplied by the Zonal Coordinators and also
communicated to the Zonal Offices)
- Arrange and chair quarterly video conference calls with zonal Communities of Practice
- Review all concept notes for a response to modern slavery and human trafficking before they are presented to the International Projects Board.
- Ensure all modern slavery and human trafficking response project concept notes coming through for approval/funding have a budget line for zonal community of practice sustainability.
- Master’s or Doctoral studies in these or related fields:
- Academic qualification and/or experience in the field of international human trafficking
- Ability to network, develop the trust of others and engage others creatively for the mission of God
- An interest in the International Salvation Army
- A deep faith, commitment and a social justice lifestyle
Deadline for receiving CV/Resume is March 1, 2020.