The Trafficking Analyst supports the Office on Trafficking in Persons (OTIP) in Washington, DC.
Intakes and processes Requests for Assistance for foreign national children who may have been subjected to trafficking in persons.
Creates written case summaries and analysis of trafficking concerns in accordance with the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000, as amended.
Prepares Eligibility and Interim Assistance Letters, which are granted to foreign national children who have or may have been subjected to human trafficking.
Identifies and provides technical assistance and case coordination to staff and intra-agency partners.
Identifies, prepares, and delivers trainings to program staff and field coordinators, care provider programs, and other relevant internal and external stakeholders.
Communicates with federal, state, and local law enforcement, as well as, staff from community programs regarding the Child Eligibility process.
Serves as the OTIP liaison to other staff.
Develops trainings relevant to the Child Eligibility process and presents at conferences and meetings.
In consultation with relevant OTIP and federal staff:
Drafts policies and procedures addressing the Child Eligibility process;
Revises policies and procedures accordingly pursuant to legislative updates;
Revises forms and public guidance on access to Interim Assistance and Eligibility Letters, child trafficking screening instruments, referral forms, and access to benefits and services; and
Coordinates responses to external inquiries regarding child trafficking and the eligibility process.
Serves on relevant interagency working groups.
Provides technical assistance to the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
Advises on child trafficking policies and issues including the handling of external requests for Personally Identifiable Information.
Responsible for data collection and preparation of reports, fact sheets, and informational materials on child trafficking and internal datasets relevant to the Child Eligibility process.
Assists in orienting new staff on the Child Eligibility process and all relevant internal protocols.
Responsible for coverage of the trafficking Victim Verification Line, as necessary.
Other duties as assigned and necessary to carry out the Eligibility determinations for foreign national child trafficking victims.
Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related discipline is required; Master’s degree in Social Work is preferred. Knowledge of Spanish a plus.
If Bachelors, requires 5-8 years of experience; If Master’s, 2-5 years of experience.
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