City of Atlanta: Senior Fellow on Human Trafficking
Deadline is 2/15/18.
Atlanta looks to build an innovative city-wide response to both sex and labor trafficking. To accomplish this, the City is creating a Senior Fellow role to transform and accelerate how the city approaches the prevention of human trafficking and support to trafficking survivors. Located directly in the Mayor’s Office, the Senior Fellow will develop and coordinate the implementation of a city-wide policy Blueprint on human trafficking. This Blueprint will identify the multiple city systems that are needed in a response, recommend new policies and practices, and strengthen existing efforts.
The Senior Fellow on trafficking is a senior level position for a minimum of two years which ensures that the prevention of trafficking, identification of victims and those at risk of trafficking, and service delivery to all survivors of trafficking are key components of program planning and execution across the City’s departments.