The Country Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and implementing the country-level activities of an anticipated five-year Pacific Islands regional project to counter-trafficking in persons (TIP). The project will aim to reduce TIP domestically and regionally through a “4P” (prevention, protection, prosecution, partnership) approach:
Successful candidates will have strong management skills as well as relevant experience implementing programs to counter-trafficking in persons and strengthen government and civil society capacity. Specific experience and specialization in at least two of the following is required: trafficking in persons, labor migration, legal reform and policy advocacy, child protection, livelihood development, protective services and referral mechanisms, public education/awareness (including work with the media), government capacity building, and/or monitoring & evaluation of counter-trafficking programs. Significant project management experience and leadership is highly desired.