Charitable Advisors LLC
  • 29-Jan-2018 to 01-Mar-2018
  • - Restored Inc.
  • Indianapolis, IN, USA
  • Full Time

Restored Inc. 501(c)(3) faith-based, nonprofit providing extensive care to victims of domestic sex trafficking and sexual exploitation. The Victim Advocate uses clinical expertise to provide advocacy and case management for victims while strengthening Indiana's ability to respond to such needs.

Restored Inc. 501(c)(3) faith-based, nonprofit providing extensive care to victims of domestic sex trafficking and sexual exploitation through recovery, relief, and restoration. Restored responds to the needs of children who are actively being trafficked through forensic interviewing, consultation, and recovery operations. Providing relief takes the form of toiletries, emergency shelter, food, clothing, and more. Girls under long-term care relationships may receive of therapy, advocacy, court advocacy, case management, assimilation, and mentorship. In parallel to victim services, Restored provides education and awareness to the community through public leadership, community outreach, and prevention education. 

Position Duties
The Victim Advocate serves as the primary point of contact for identified victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation in need of services in the regionally defined area of service for the state. The victim advocate is also the primary liaison with law enforcement partners and other victim services partners and providers in the state of Indiana.  ​

Primary Responsibilities:
● Conduct victim assessments and develop a plan in collaboration with victims to meet their specialized needs. Attend all juvenile court and detention hearings.
● Provide advocacy to identified victims of human trafficking with law enforcement and other systems with which the victim might interface.
● Provide intensive case management, develop treatment plans, and assist all victims in receiving appropriate social, medical, mental health, legal, and supportive services from community based providers.
● Provide advocacy to identified victims of human trafficking with law enforcement and other systems with which the victim might interface.
● Participate in IPATH's Victim Service Committee and Policy Committee to provide technical assistance for domestic populations that would raise awareness and serve as an avenue for the identification of victims of human trafficking.
● Collaborate with and coordinate services with other professionals to provide sensitive, specialized, culturally appropriate services to victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation.
● Grant compliance, data entry, application and report preparation as appropriate
● Attend community meetings and participate in projects as appropriate and/or requested by Restored CEO  

Position Qualifications

Skills:
· ​Ability to work both independently and as a multidisciplinary team
· ​Maintain Confidentiality
· ​Ability to handle multiple tasks
· ​Awareness and adherence to confidentiality and boundaries between agencies
· ​Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
· ​Attention to detail in record keeping, partner coordination and documentation
· ​Excellent organizational skills
· ​Punctuality, dependability, and high level of professionalism
· ​Ability to prioritize projects and tasks
· ​Ability to problem solve and make appropriate decisions in urgent situations
· ​Participate in professional development events as appropriate  

Required Qualifications:
· ​Master's degree in social work, human services, psychology or related field (experience may be substituted for degree in certain circumstances)
· ​Licensed Social Worker or equivalent (LSW, 6 months within taking licensure exam)
· ​Two or more years' experience in a human services or social services field
· ​Working knowledge of Microsoft suite including Word, Power Point and Outlook
· ​Commitment to non-violent and cooperative work environment
· ​Commitment to providing quality and equitable services to all clients regardless of race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity, religion, age or sexual orientation
· ​Valid driver's license
· ​Ability to pass a federal/state criminal background check
· ​Knowledge of community resources
· ​Public speaking experience

Preferred Qualifications:
· ​Licensed Clinical Social Worker
· ​Experience working with clients who've experienced Complex Trauma and PTSD
· ​Knowledge of community resources and juvenile system - Grant management experience

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