Case Manager, Anti Trafficking Initiative

  • Job posted by Sanctuary for Families

Job Type

Full Time




New York
New York
United States


Assist in the Anti-Trafficking Initiative with case management services for victims of human trafficking and individuals at-risk for trafficking, including youth in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community. Other responsibilities include conducting community outreach and education, providing intakes for prospective clients, assisting with all aspects of project administration, performing administrative tasks, such as data compilation, word processing, and organizing files, and collaborating with other agencies to advocate for systemic change.

  • Coordinates case management with the ATI Supervisor with an emphasis on serving Jewish at-risk youth and victims of human trafficking;
  • Coordinates case management of clients served by Sanctuary's Legal, Clinical, Shelter or Economic Empowerment programs;
  • Coordinates referral and placement for immediate client needs, including shelter and medical treatment;
  • Assists clients of Sanctuary's Anti-Trafficking Initiative in obtaining public benefits for which they are eligible (e.g. Medicaid, food stamps, housing and childcare subsidies);
  • Assists clients of the Anti-Trafficking Initiative in obtaining self-sufficiency through appropriate referrals for counseling, financial counseling, GED and ESL classes, job readiness programs, and higher education;
  • Prepares request for educational and financial assistance grants on behalf of clients of the Anti-Trafficking Initiative;
  • Refers clients of the Anti-Trafficking Initiative to other appropriate legal and social services within and outside of Sanctuary;
  • Prepares and assists in the filing of applications for legal relief on behalf of clients of the Anti-Trafficking Initiative;
  • Collaborates with Director of the Anti-Trafficking Initiative to complete grant reporting duties to funders of the Anti-Trafficking Initiative;
  • Maintains the Legal Tracking System database with updated information about clients of the Anti-Trafficking Initiative;
  • Performs any administrative support services for ATI;
  • Performs other department or agency related duties or special projects as directed by the Director of the Anti-Trafficking Initiative;

  • Bachelor's Degree required
  • At least one year experience in the social services field, preferably in domestic violence.
    • Competency in Hebrew or Yiddish strongly preferred
    • Comfortable advocating in Orthodox Jewish religious institutions
    • Strong verbal/written communication and interpersonal skills
    • Ability to work independently, multitask and prioritize
    • Familiarity with Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Work, Excel, and PowerPoint required
    • Ability to work with victims of severe trauma
    • Familiarity and cultural sensitivity to Jewish religious law and practice.


Professional Level

Entry level

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree