The Salvation Army

Anti - Human Trafficking Response Coordinator (DHQ)

Job Locations US-NY-New York
Job ID
Social Services
Compensation Min
USD $75,000.00/Yr.
Compensation Max
USD $85,000.00/Yr.
Regular Full-Time


  • The Anti-Human Trafficking Response Coordinator will work as part of a comprehensive response to trafficking in the Greater New York Command, including but not limited to conducting monthly direct outreach efforts to illicit massage parlors and other places where women and men are being exploited and trafficked.
  • Coordinate and develop short term emergency housing response in collaboration with law enforcement.
  • Provide trauma informed case management for all victims of human trafficking identified; and work with Salvation Army Programs and external service providers to ensure adequate survivor follow up and coordination.
  • Develop, conduct and participate in ongoing awareness and training events internally with Salvation Army personnel and volunteers as well as in partnership with external stakeholders.
  • Physically located at Greater New York Divisional Headquarters in New York City.


Schedule:        Full time; must be able to respond 24/7 to human trafficking emergencies and

                         be willing to conduct overnight street outreach.

                         Regular working hours: Mon-Fri 8.30 a.m. – 4.00 p.m. with a 30 min meal break.


  • Understand and implement The Salvation Army’s holistic and all-inclusive missional response to prevent and eradicate human trafficking
  • Lead and develop PEARL Essence as a vital and current response to trafficking in GNY in collaboration with other service providers and law enforcement
  • Serve as primary representative in collaborative taskforces, currently but not limited to Brooklyn Human Trafficking Task Force (BKHTTF), Bronx Human Trafficking Task Force (HTTF), Staten Island Human Trafficking Task Force (SIHTTF) and Westchester County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force (WCATTF)
  • Lead and develop emergency housing program in collaboration with other agencies and law enforcement
  • Provide trauma informed case management for all victims of human trafficking identified while actively collaborating with Salvation Army Social Services, Corps Programs and external service providers to ensure follow up, proper referrals and over-all coordination.
  • Maintain a case record on each participant that includes assessments, a social history, action plan, progress notes, and other supporting documentation. 
  • Collaborate with GNY Advancement Department in researching and writing grants for program support and continuance, particularly in the OVC grant application process.
  • Collect and oversee statistical data, generating quarterly reports and narratives for reporting purposes.
  • Proactively schedule and execute yearly, quarterly and monthly awareness and trauma-informed trainings for internal and external stake holders
  • Train PEARL Essence Volunteers in preparation of Direct Outreach and debrief Outreach Team within 7 days of Outreach
  • Ensure that all AHT interns and volunteers complete KeepSAfe Training
  • Travel to and remotely connect with various locations in GNY in order to further development, collaboration and partnerships with stakeholders
  • Stay up to date with changes and developments in partnership organizations securing continuity in developing and expanding fruitful collaborations
  • Supervise Anti-Human Trafficking Assistant
  • Supervise interns if/when such opportunities arise
  • Participate in bi-monthly practitioner calls with THQ


  • Master of Social Work, LMSW, with Seminar in Field Instructions (SIFI) certification (or SIFI must be obtained within the first 12 months of employment)
  • Experience in human trafficking or related fields i.e. domestic violence, immigrant rights, workers’ rights in a role that involves service provision, training, and/or advocacy.
  • Experience with trauma informed care with working knowledge of Sanctuary Model for Trauma informed services.
  • Must have deep understanding of the issue of Domestic and Foreign Human Trafficking.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to travel from site to site as may be needed in the performance of duties.
  • Professional-level communication skills verbal and written. Ability to represent GNY Social Justice Representative in a wide variety of professional settings while interacting with external stakeholders and the public representing The Salvation Army.
  • The Salvation Army’s KeepSAfe training required.


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