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Polaris’ Washington-DC based team has built relationships with relevant stakeholders in Mexico and seeks to expand these to advance the vision of eliminating human trafficking across North America. To this end, we are seeking a full-time contractor to represent Polaris in Mexico and play a leading role in country program management and partnership building.
Polaris is seeking an organized, detail-oriented Program Associate with strong Spanish and English skills to support the objectives of two program areas that focus on the trafficking of women and girls from Latin America to the US, strengthening a Mexican national human trafficking hotline and raising the profile of labor trafficking on both sides of the border.
As the most senior communications professional in the organization, the Chief Communications Officer (CCO) is a member of Polaris’s Executive Team and is responsible for overseeing and guiding all aspects of Polaris’s communications functions. The CCO will ensure that Communications functions are integrated in the organization’s strategic approach to all of Polaris’ work.
Polaris seeks an innovative Major Gifts Officer to join our five-person development team and lead the growth of major donor revenue for the organization, which is currently over $1 million annually. S/he will be responsible for managing existing relationships with his/her own portfolio of major donors while supporting the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Development Officer (CDO) on the relationships they manage, cultivating relationships with existing major gift prospects, as well as identifying new prospects. Ability to empathize with donors and clearly communicate the organization’s mission is key.
The goal is for the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Operating Officer (COO) to join forces and combine their respective strengths to continue to build, grow and advance Polaris, and to lead the broader anti-trafficking field to higher levels of innovation and impact.
The Anti-Trafficking Hotline Advocate is primarily responsible for answering the hotline. This primary task occupies 85-100% of the Anti-Trafficking Hotline Advocate’s work day. The Anti-Trafficking Hotline Advocate will also respond to hotline calls, SMS text message conversations, online tip forms and conduct case follow up.