Prevention of Demand Track Leader

September 8th, 2019

 

Responsibilities

  • Investigates the roots and causes of why men are purchasing sex from another human
    being, based on the latest research available.
  • Documents the connections between pornography addiction and other forms of sexual
    addiction, including frequenting strip clubs and purchasing sex.
  • Discovers key reasons for pornography addiction as well as local programs and counseling
    services offering freedom and healing from this addiction.
  • Creates and gives presentations on the problem of pornography today, the damage it does
    to users and families of users, the connection between pornography and sex trafficking, and
    the path of healing for those who are addicted.
  • Creates and executes the strategy for working with churches in this area, including giving
    presentations to churches or men’s groups and guiding them in how to set up a men’s
    ministry that provides safe places to share about sexual addiction as well as resources to
    begin walking in freedom.
  • Ensures that the latest research and documented facts and stories are used in all
    presentations and they are consistent with TJ’s core values.
  • Trains, develops and gives direction, affirmation, and recognition to track members,
    including other speakers in this area.
  • Communicates open volunteer opportunities within their track for promotion and
    recruitment to the rest of the TJ team.
  • Attends Trafficking Justice monthly staff meetings.

Reporting Relationships and Qualifications:

  • Reports to the Executive Director.
  • Oversees all track members and all activities associated with their track.
  • Commitment Level: 12-month commitment requested.
  • Approximately 2 to 5 hours per week involvement.
  • Should be walking in freedom from sexual addictions for at least 2 years, as well as having
    strong mentor and/or friendship relationships with open and honest communication.
  • Preferred Qualifications: Self Starter. Resourceful. Excellent communication skills. Good
    public speaker. Experience leading teams. Some knowledge and experience in the area of
    sex trafficking and exploitation. Able to develop strategy, plan, and oversee the execution of
    such plans. Works very well with others of similar and different social styles.

Trafficking Justice is a faith-based organization. TJ, therefore, seeks people with an active, grace-filled
faith in Jesus Christ as staff volunteers who are in agreement with our statement of faith and core
values.

This is a volunteer position. No financial compensation is available for this position at the present
time.

Please email to [email protected] indicating interest in this position.