Associate Program Coordinator for IHTI
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights International Human Trafficking Institute Associate Program Coordinator (Contract Position)
The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is a 42,000 square foot facility in the heart of downtown Atlanta. The Center opened in 2014 and is a world class cultural institution dedicated to exploring stories of civil and human rights in dynamic indoor and outdoor spaces. It is located at Pemberton Place, adjacent to Centennial Olympic Park, the New World of Coca-Cola and the Georgia Aquarium. Please visit www.civilandhumanrights.org to learn more about the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.
Under the leadership of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, the International Human Trafficking Institute (IHTI) was established in 2014 to support and collaborate with student groups in their preparation for, and execution of, direct action to end all forms of human trafficking.
The International Human Trafficking Institute is seeking an experienced and self-motivated professional to serve as an Associate Program Coordinator. Under the direction of the Program Coordinator and senior leadership, the Associate Program Coordinator would provide programmatic and administrative support to implement IHTI activities.
The successful applicant will have a strong background working with college students and demonstrable experience in social justice advocacy and community organizing. Skillful use of varied technology resources for teaching, learning, and research is important. Please visit www.theihti.org to learn more about the International Human Trafficking Institute.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Collaborate with Program Coordinator
- Develop and expand social networking functions to facilitate communication among students and communities
- Supervise IHTI interns and volunteers
- Manage online resources, the IHTI web presence, and the IHTI calendar
- Coordinate the planning and execution of IHTI events
- Collect and analyze project data, including database management
- Engage in grants development and management for IHTI
- Research human trafficking issues and develop and edit IHTI promotional materials and curricula
- Develop a diverse network of student and community groups domestically and abroad
- Other duties as assigned
- Bachelor’s degree
- A minimum of three years’ work experience in human trafficking, human rights, or a related field
- Experience working with young adults and community based organizations
- Experience in leading and/or participating in organizing for social change
- A sound understanding of human trafficking issues
- Knowledge of/experience with national and/or international social change movements
- Knowledge and experience with fundraising and grants management
- Expertise in working on public advocacy, social justice, or public policy reform
- Excellent written, interpersonal, and oral communication
- Strong attention to detail
- Maintain a professional and considerate demeanor
- Ability to perform research using internet and other tools
- Critical and creative thinking and strategic planning ability
- Ability to conceptualize and implement opportunities for leadership development
- Have a strong work ethic; be collaborative, conscientious, and results-oriented
- Be motivated to learn, and to display flexibility when required
- Be honest, trustworthy, exhibit sound judgment, and abide by strict confidentiality guidelines
- Proficient in WordPress and Microsoft Office applications, with an emphasis on Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Email the following items to email@example.com:
- CV/Resume (Please name file: LastName_FirstName_Resume)
- General Application/Questionnaire (Please name file: LastName_FirstName_IHTI_APC_Application).
- Your cover letter should be inserted into the General Application/Questionnaire.
Please include the position title and your last name in the subject line of the email.
Note: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. This is a contract position with funding through July 2017. No phone calls please.