Director of Education & Training

Job Title: Director of Education & Training

Reports to: President/CEO

Status: Full Time

General Description

The Director of Education & Training is responsible for overseeing the implementation and evaluation of education, professional training, technical assistance, outreach, and prevention programs. The Director of Education & Training supervises program staff, interns, and ambassadors/speakers. The Director is responsible for managing the overall quality of the Education & Training program and its day-to-day operations and for the development and quality of the Collaborative’s public speaking and training curriculums. The Director is a member of the agency’s Leadership Team with a focus on carrying out the priorities of the strategic plan.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities


  • Provide visionary and adaptive leadership, embodying the Collaborative’s values and fostering a culture of excellence within the team
  • Develop, coach, mentor, and performance-manage team members and speakers to ensure their growth and effectiveness
  • Supervise Education & Training staff, ambassadors, survivors and other speakers
  • Schedule regular program staff and team supervision meetings and conduct program staff orientation and training
  • Conduct regular performance reviews of Education & Training Program staff, promoting their professional development and monitoring the fulfillment of their individual responsibilities


Program Development and Implementation:

  • Identify and develop effective education, training, technical assistance, and outreach strategies to raise community awareness of human trafficking
  • Develop and deliver programs and events targeting diverse audiences to enhance identification of human trafficking victims and facilitate access to services
  • Oversee referral processes and handle other requests related to programming and education initiatives
  • Provide education to audiences from area schools, community organizations, social service agencies, etc.
  • Provide professional training to a wide variety of audiences including social service organizations, teachers, health care workers, criminal justice personnel, etc.
  • Oversee all aspects of the Education & Training programs to ensure that engagements are performed in a professional and effective manner
  • Work in partnership with the other Directors on effective public awareness campaigns and the development and implementation of outreach efforts to offer education, training, outreach and prevention programming to outside organizations
  • Develop and update participant evaluation tools to determine the quality of Education & Training programming and regularly evaluate feedback from audience participants.
  • Participate in the design, presentation, curriculum development, and coordination of training and technical assistance
  • Ensure agency-sponsored training curriculum values and messaging are consistent with the agency mission and guiding principles


Collaboration and Communication:

  • Coordinate with projects and coalitions at the state and national levels to maintain a comprehensive understanding of the current landscape of anti-trafficking activities
  • Facilitate communication between Collaborative partners through regular conference calls, in-person meetings, and email updates to ensure alignment of activities and maximize impact
  • Work with other organization leaders to annually plan the advocacy, education outreach, and public policy initiatives
  • Work with other Directors in developing collaborative relationships with community-based agencies and groups


Learning and Insight:

  • Compile and evaluate Education & Training program statistics and prepare reports and program summaries as required
  • Compile, report, and analyze monthly and quarterly service hours through data system to ensure progress towards goals as well as timely and accurate data entry
  • Annually evaluate overall Education & Training Program effectiveness in conjunction with the program staff and leadership team
  • Work with the Director of Development in preparation of education and training portions of grant applications
  • Participate in timely grant reporting and development of proposals with the Director of Development
  • Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field of human trafficking and social justice issues to enhance Education & Training Program effectiveness
  • Attend all agency staff and supervision meetings and participate in staff development activities
  • Perform other duties as assigned



  • Bachelor’s degree in Teaching, Higher Education, Educational Policy and/or Leadership, or related field required; Master’s degree preferred
  • Minimum of three to five years of supervisory and staff supervision experience required
  • Previous experience in the field of human trafficking/ violence/gender-based violence, education, or social justice issues is required
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to listen
  • Curiosity to learn
  • Ability to function well within a team environment, which includes cross-department collaboration
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong public speaking skills with a variety of audiences
  • Independent, results-focused, highly organized self-starter
  • Exceptional organizational and analytical skills
  • Positive attitude and proactive approach to problem-solving
  • Ability to give and receive honest, constructive feedback
  • Flexibility to work occasional evening and weekend hours required
  • Cultural sensitivity to work effectively with individuals and communities from diverse backgrounds, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, and ability.
  • Commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion principles and the ability to promote a culture of respect, belonging, and accessibility within the network

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.

How to Apply

E-mail or mail your resume and cover letter to or 2515 Jay Ave. UNIT 102, First Floor, Cleveland, OH 44113

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