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Human Trafficking Project Director

Child and Family Services of NH

Child and Family Services is an independent nonprofit agency dedicated to advancing the well-being of children by providing an array of social services to strengthen family life and by promoting community commitment to the needs of children. Founded in 1850, Child and Family Services an independent/private nonprofit is the oldest children's charitable organization in New Hampshire.

Child and Family Services is seeking a Project Director to oversee and execute the work of a $1.3 million grant from the US Department of Justice to build statewide capacity to combat human trafficking. The Project Director will work closely with core partners: Manchester Police Department, US Attorney and Homeland Security and will serve as the facilitator for the work of the NH Human Trafficking Collaborative Task Force (Task Force). Through this project, the core partners and the Task Force will build statewide capacity to identify victims of all forms of trafficking, investigate and prosecute cases, provide comprehensive services to victims, and engage the community in identifying and supporting trafficking victims.

Must be available to work a flexible schedule to include some nights and occasional weekends, this is a full time statewide position based out of Manchester, NH.  The chosen candidate will be required to submit to a criminal background and motor vehicle record check.  Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and auto insurance that meets agency standards. Child and Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering a comprehensive benefit package.  Bilingual candidates encouraged to apply.


The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree (BA) required, or Master’s degree (preferred) in social work, human services, community organizing or related field, with at least 5 years related experience. Experience operating from a victim centered, trauma informed approach as well as a thorough knowledge of community resources in NH is required. Must possess an ability to manage multiple tasks, work independently and move groups/communities towards consensus. Prior direct experience working with victims of human trafficking a plus.


 The Project Director will coordinate all activities of the grant including community and partner training, data collection, evaluation, protocol and policy development, and service provision. The Project Director will attend federal grantee meetings and will be responsible for the timely submission of progress reports. The Project Director will serve as the agency representative to local, regional and state organizations interested in better serving victims of human trafficking.

How to Apply:

Qualified candidates submit cover letter and resume  Reference Job Code 0910

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Date Added: June 21, 2017

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