Education Director

Job Type

Part Time




Details: $22-27/hour



Start Date:


Application Deadline:



United States


Position Overview

At Washington Trafficking Prevention, we empower youth and communities to join the fight to end human trafficking and address the cultural and social norms that tolerate (and contribute) to exploitation and human trafficking. Our work engages community members through five local Coalitions Against Trafficking and reaches youth through our Youth Empowerment Programs for schools and youth-serving agencies.

Washington Trafficking Prevention seeks a dynamic and experienced trainer and public speaker with demonstrated leadership skills to join our passionate team. The Education Director will lead the strategy, implementation and supervision of the Youth Empowerment Programs providing human trafficking and facilitator training and consultation to school districts and youth-serving agencies. The position is responsible for the development and delivery of presentations/trainings that are research-, survivor- and data-informed. Priority Application Deadline is March 10th, 2018.

Location: The Education Director will have the possibility of regular telecommuting when not facilitating trainings. The position will serve primarily in the Puget Sound Region with potential travel to other parts of Washington State.

Responsibilities and Duties

  1. Lead the planning and coordination of the delivery of Washington Trafficking Prevention’s trainings and education programs.
  2. Collaborate with survivors, service-providers, and experts in the field of human trafficking and trauma-informed practice to ensure that all trainings, presentations are reflective of promising-practices and new developments in the field.
  3. Engage, coach, evaluate and retain high-performing facilitators, empowering them to elevate their level of performance.
  4. Create, update and maintain educational materials including a Human Trafficking 101 program for various contexts.
  5. Plan and implement strategic outreach and partnerships with school districts and youth-serving organizations.
  6. Provide training and technical assistance to schools, youth-serving agencies and facilitators of the Youth Empower Programs.
  7. Lead evaluation systems and analysis, including detailed learning goals/objectives for each training.
  8. Process, analyze and use data to coach facilitator improvement and make data-informed decisions.
  9. Serve as a consultant to and strategic partner with Washington Trafficking Prevention Coalitions Against Trafficking.

Required Experience and Skills

  1. Demonstrable experience as a skilled trainer, assessing and adapting curriculum and delivering quality professional development, training programs and/or adult education across diverse populations.
  2. Knowledge of human trafficking, youth-development/education, and trauma-informed practice.
  3. In-depth knowledge of issues and dynamics related to power, privilege, equity, and gender- based violence.
  4. Demonstrated ability to partner effectively with persons of diverse racial/ethnic backgrounds, socio-economic and ability status.
  5. Excellent leadership abilities, interpersonal and collaborative skills, speaking, presenting and writing skills, strong listening skills, organizational skills.
  6. Collaborative spirit: working with survivors, partner organizations and peers.
  7. Excellent project management skills; ability and willingness to manage flexible workload, multiple tasks, and to work some evening and weekend hours.
  8. Experience with developing and delivering engaging presentations and PowerPoints.
  9. Dedicated to the end of human trafficking.

Preferred Experience and Skills

  1. Experience with and commitment to public health and social justice change models. 
  2. Understanding of contemporary best practices and research in human trafficking and/or violence prevention strategies.
  3. Supervision experience; experience evaluating and coaching remote staff/volunteers.

Compensation and Details

This is a part-time (approximately .35 FTE with varying hours from 10-20 hours/week) position with a flexible schedule at $22-27/hour DOE.

To Apply

  • Please submit a cover-letter and resume as one PDF document to
  • Email subject line should read: ED Applications-Your Name.
  • Position is open until filled; Priority Application Deadline is March 10th, 2018.

Washington Trafficking Prevention is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a diverse and culturally competent team and highly encourage applications from women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals.

Learn more about our organization at If you have questions or would like to discuss the position, please reach out to us over email at


  • Flexible schedule and remote work possibilities.
  • Professional development opportunities.

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required


How To Apply

  1. Please submit a cover-letter and resume as one PDF document to
  2. Email subject line should read: ED Applications-Your Name.
  3. Position is open until filled; Priority Application Deadline is March 10th, 2018.