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Gateway Alliance against Human Trafficking


This is a professional full-time exempt position under the immediate supervision of the Senior Program Specialist. A Training Coordinator provides prevention services in schools and community settings and collaborates with other staff in delivering, planning, evaluating, and promoting anti-human trafficking prevention programming. A Training Coordinator is also responsible for program management.

About the Program

Gateway Alliance against Human Trafficking is seeking an efficient, passionate Training Coordinator to join our team and maximize our impact as an organization. The Training Coordinator will be responsible for developing effective educational programs, delivering training sessions, overseeing activities, and measuring overall success for our anti-human trafficking educational activities. Duties will consist of managing various administrative tasks, tracking the budget, conducting training, and ensuring that the program meets the organizational goals. This position will work 60% of the time in St. Charles County, 30% in St. Louis, and 10% in Lincoln County in the State of Missouri.


– Provide prevention training for students, teachers, parents and/or community members.
– Participate in the coordination and implementation of prevention programming.
– Foster a positive, collaborative work environment, establish and maintain relationships with school contacts, first responders, and other professionals and service providers.
– Maintain an active workload of up to 20 presentations per week dependent on other assigned responsibilities/projects.
– Exhibit proficiency in teaching, while also modeling expectations of the organization.
-Assist in marketing and outreach efforts and facilitate at least 1-2 special events (i.e. health fair, parent presentation, teacher in-service, etc.) monthly.
– Administer the quarterly Program Committee meetings and complete assignments.
– Document all aspects of the job in compliance with agency, contractual, and funding requirements.
– Oversee program budget requirements in accordance with grant guidelines
– Perform all other related works as assigned.


– Have a high degree of maturity, flexibility, and a strong work ethic.
– Be passionate about our mission.
– Be a strong decision-maker and possess leadership skills.
– Be able to establish effective and cooperative relationships with volunteers, clients, staff members, and other community social service agencies.
– Ability to organize well, show attention to detail, and exhibit follow through.
– Interest in personal and professional growth and the desire to seek supervision and knowledge to assist in this process.
– Have some degree of flexibility with regard to evening and weekend work schedules when needed.


– Having graduated from a four-year college or university with major emphasis on coursework in social work, behavioral sciences, Criminal Justice, Public Health, Psychology, Counseling, Children’s Studies, Education, or a related field, with 3-5 years of experience working in related fields
– Demonstrate knowledge of the complexity of human sex and labor trafficking
– Demonstrate knowledge of domestic and sexual violence
– Demonstrate program and project management experience in coordinating activities and events
– Demonstrate experience with public speaking and with preparing and delivering effective training, both in person and virtually
– Be able to establish and maintain effective working and collaborative relationships with varied levels of stakeholders
– Have at-least two years of experience in training and public speaking; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
– Have skills in collecting and analyzing data and information, and experience with conducting a needs assessment and/or program evaluation.
– Demonstrate familiarity with the Office 365 suite and Cloud-based technologies, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint/Teams, and Outlook
– Have excellent verbal and written communication skills
– Have ability to prioritize and complete tasks in a timely manner
– Demonstrate firm understanding of procedures that increase efficiency
– Have dedication to fostering a collaborative team
– Have experience working knowledge of nonprofit section


– While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to communicate effectively. The physical requirements of this job includes: sitting, standing, walking and climbing stairs on a regular basis; lifting up to 25lbs, pulling and/or pushing on occasion.
– This position works primarily in schools with local travel in the community. Must be willing to travel and have a valid Driver’s License and reliable transportation.


– Previous anti-human trafficking related education/job experience
– Sharp organizational skills
– Familiarity with effective marketing practices
– Ability to generate analytical reports to measure program impact
– Solution-oriented mindset
– Attention to details


Gateway Alliance against Human Trafficking (GAHT) is a nonprofit organization established in 2014. Our mission is to educate communities and inspire positive systemic change to end human trafficking. We envision a safe world for all children. We follow the “3P” paradigm of prosecution, protection, and prevention that continues to serve as the fundamental framework around the world including the United States to combat human trafficking. Furthermore, “Partnership” with our community partners and agencies is key to our success. You can learn about our organization by reviewing our website.

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