Data Analyst

Position Location: Merrifield, Virginia
Position Type: Full-time
Application Deadline: Until position is filled
Position Description: The Data Analyst will be responsible for the collection, analysis, and visualization of data that supports the Human Trafficking Institute’s mission to end global trafficking. The role will identify opportunities to improve efficiency in the way the organization interacts with large sets of data. The Data Analyst role will manage organizational databases, including Salesforce to support the creation of the Institute’s annual Federal Human Trafficking Report, oversee reporting in Virtuous to support the Strategic Partnerships team’s fundraising efforts, and monitor the Institute’s full contact list of partners, supporters, and friends. The ideal candidate is meticulously detail-oriented, has experience planning and executing large-scale data-driven projects, database management, and is passionate about using his/her skills to combat human trafficking.

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Executive Assistant to the CEO

Position Location: Merrifield, Virginia
Position Type: Full-time
Application Deadline: Until position is filled
Position Description: The Executive Assistant will play a key role in supporting the CEO’s work and guiding his time so that he can be more effective and efficient. S/he will work alongside the CEO to ensure the Institute’s project deadlines are met, the CEO is engaging in strategic external opportunities, each team is on target with their key performance indicators, the Institute is hiring and retaining the world’s experts in our field, and the culture of the organization is thriving. S/he will be responsible for managing and prioritizing projects and deadlines and communicating progress and setbacks to the CEO. By working closely with the senior leadership of the Institute, this position serves an important role in accomplishing the mission of the Institute to end human trafficking.

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Human Resources Generalist

Position Location: Merrifield, Virginia
Position Type: Part-time
Application Deadline: Until position is filled
Position Description: The Human Resources Generalist will play a significant role in the development and growth of the Human Trafficking Institute. As the Institute’s human resource functions grow, a person with proven experience is needed to guide and influence this aspect of the organization. The Generalist will support the human resource functions needed by team members based in our Partner Countries (currently Belize and Uganda) as well as oversee the office needs at our Merrifield, Virginia, headquarters. This person is an executor – he or she gets things done with excellence and by deadline. The Generalist makes those around them more effective in their roles at the Institute with meticulous oversight of the organization’s human resource functions. This position would be ideal for someone looking for a mission-oriented position at a growing nonprofit organization.

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Law Enforcement Advisor

Position Location: Field-based
Position Type: Full-time
Application Deadline: Until position is filled
Position Description: The Law Enforcement Advisor will play a significant role in the development and growth of the Human Trafficking Institute within their designated Partner Country assignment. He or she will work directly alongside the Partner Country’s anti-Trafficking in Persons (TIP) investigative unit providing expert assistance in the investigation and prosecution of TIP cases. The Law Enforcement Advisor will be engaged in developing and maintaining relationships with government and non-government officials in the assigned Partner Country, establishing and supporting specialized units, conducting country TIP assessments, and providing training and mentorship.

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Summer Legal Intern

Position Location: Merrifield, Virginia
Position Type: Full-time
Application Deadline: Until position is filled
Position Description: The Legal Intern will perform research, writing, and management duties to support the Institute’s legal department. Projects will include writing articles on complex issues impacting human trafficking law, tracking federal appellate decisions in human trafficking cases, managing the Institute’s Amicus Project, and supporting the development and publication of the 2020 Federal Human Trafficking Report. The position requires a 40-hour per week commitment during Summer 2020 beginning in May and ending in August. This is an unpaid internship. The Legal Intern will report directly to the Associate Legal Counsel.

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