Information and Outreach Coordinator 

Director of Training and Staff Development

Information and Outreach Coordinator

Voices for Florida is seeking a 30 hour per week communications and marketing professional to educate a wide variety of stakeholder audiences about child sex trafficking and the Open Doors Outreach Network, Florida’s leading network of 24/7 care and treatment for child and young adult survivors of sex trafficking. The position develops and distributes a multitude of collateral materials through a variety of digital, social and traditional media channels to aid in the identification and recovery of victims and to enhance the day-to day work supporting survivors. 


A bachelor’s degree in Communications, Business, or Marketing is required and 2- 3 years of relevant experience, ideally in a not-for-profit or social services setting. Knowledge of commercial sexual exploitation of children and young adults is preferred. Excellent writing and graphic design skills are required, as well as experience with managing organizational social media platforms, Constant Contact, Canva, Jotform, Adobe Acrobat Pro, Word Press (Elementor preferred) and video editing software. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is a must. Experience providing technical support for Zoom webinars is a plus.

Since Voices for Florida is an affiliate organization of American Children’s Campaign, the ideal candidate will have experience in understanding how organizational communications works across an entire affiliated agency structure.

Work Environment: In Tallahassee office

Compensation: Based on Experience and Qualifications, starting at $24.50 per hour up to a maximum of $29.23 per hour with Master’s degree and at least 8 years experience, including social services. Familiarity with human trafficking, a plus.

Benefits: Paid Holidays, Paid Time Off, Medical Insurance, Retirement Plan, Short-term Disability

To Apply:  send a cover letter and resume to Voices for Florida Talent Search Committee in a single PDF via email only to: A link to your online portfolio must be included on your resume.

Job Responsibilities

  •  Maintains and updates website with current information regarding Open Doors and sex trafficking education, including the availability of services to increase referrals using WordPress (Elementor)
  • Creates graphics and postings for social media platforms to educate communities on sex trafficking and communicate the availability of services, including social media platform management
  •  Writes and designs handouts and other resources tailored to specific target audiences to be utilized by Open Doors providers and Voices for Florida staff with a wide variety of target audiences
  • Develops quarterly and annual reports that include demographic information of survivors served, success stories and other data to inform community leaders about the impact of Open Doors
  • Supports the Director of Training and Staff Development in creating graphics for trainings and webinars which include subject matters experts to educate direct stakeholder sectors such as legal, medical, education, law enforcement, etc. and the general public on various elements of trafficking
  • Organizes Trafficking Awareness Month social media campaign to enhance community knowledge about trafficking
  • Edits, designs and distributes e-newsletters to Open Doors Team Members and a variety of external audiences on an as needed basis. 

Director of Training and Staff Development

Voices for Florida is seeking an experienced, fulltime Director of Training and Staff Development. The Director is responsible for maximizing direct victim service personnel’s knowledge and skills, and victim support employee development and engagement to achieve overall service delivery goals. The Director will be responsible for designing and developing training materials and creating and coordinating a network-wide training and development plan that enhances provider and client satisfaction, improves victim assistance outcomes while also concentrating on employee retention and advancement.

Salary Range:  Low 60’s

Location:  Tallahassee, FL preferred

Work Environment:  In Tallahassee office preferred

To Apply:  send a cover letter and resume to Voices for Florida Talent Search Committee in a single PDF via email only to: 


Job Responsibilities

1.   Design and coordinate a training and development plan that meets Voices for Florida needs, provider agency needs, and the needs of commercially sexually exploited and trafficked children and young adults (ages 10 – 24) in Florida.  Specifically, develop PowerPoint presentations that can be presented in-person or via Zoom that:

·     Ensure network participants and VFF staff understand Open Doors Outreach Network (Open Doors) goals, the overall service model, and the roles and responsibilities of different team members

·     Assists providers with on-boarding new hires, including an overview of the Open Doors model and service structure, and training on monthly reporting requirements and associated software systems

·     Addresses the ongoing development needs of existing staff, including both role-based and leadership development

·     Develop surveys to garner feedback on the training curriculum and events

·     Ensures a comprehensive list of trainings and a calendar of Voices for Florida/Open Doors training events are available to all staff

2.   Implement and evaluate the training plan:

·     Schedule and coordinate logistics for training services at locations accessible for our providers’ victim service staff and at hours conducive for preventing service interruptions

·     Use a combination regularly scheduled online and in-person training classes to help providers effectively on-board new hires. Provide technical assistance related to all aspects of monthly reporting

·     Schedule training opportunities, including the use of internal/external subject matter experts, to ensure that professional and leadership development needs are met 

·     Facilitate and/or present key trainings

·     Use surveys to gather feedback on all training events to support the ongoing evolution of the training curriculum

3.   Other

·  Assist the Open Doors Statewide Director with the ongoing evolution of the Open Doors model, monitoring of providers and other grant requirements 


·       Master’s degree, preferred in Social Work, Training and Development, Criminology, Health, or a related field with 3 years of demonstrated proficiency in clinical and/or training settings. Experience working in the field of social services preferred. This includes the ability to translate trauma-responsive best practices and research development theory into practice to guide the educational requirements to meet the needs of commercially sexually exploited and trafficked children.

·       Excellent communication skills, including computer and interpersonal skills. Flexible work hours and travel required. 


To Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to Voices for Florida Talent Search Committee in a single PDF via email only to: