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Our values and guiding principles are Integrity, Creativity, Compassion & Support, Inclusion, Persistence and Teamwork. We offer a flexible work environment and a compelling mission!


How to Apply

E-mail or mail your resume and cover letter to info@collabtoendht.org or 24600 Center Ridge Road Suite 225 Cleveland, OH 44145. No phone calls, please. Specify which position you are interested in.


The Collaborative to End Human Trafficking is dedicated to building a culturally diverse staff committed to working in an inclusive environment. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Job Openings

Training & Technical Assistance Coordinator

The Training & Technical Assistance Coordinator is responsible for developing, coordinating and presenting human trafficking training programs to, and conduct Technical Assistance activities with, diverse audiences based on accurate, up-to-date information, so that victims are identified and have access to needed services. As part of the program team the Coordinator is also responsible for driving collective impact work forward, in particular supporting day-to-day communications, day-to-day administration, community engagement, and data functions of collective impact initiatives and other program related activities. More

 

Director of Public Affairs

The Director of Public Affairs will lead and coordinate the organizations overall public and governance affairs, as well as communications efforts. Reporting to the CEO, the Director of Public Affairs will develop and implement external relations and communications strategies to broaden the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking’s programs and oversee organizational/coalition messaging and constituent services. The Director is further responsible for building the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking’s backbone identity as a respected, neutral convener in the human trafficking field among a broad spectrum of stakeholders. More