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We are always looking to work with people who share our mission and vision to end sex trafficking in New York. Below are our latest opportunities.




We are seeking a full-time Chief Development Officer to join our team. The Chief Development Officer will be a humble, experienced and smart leader who will play a central role in building and growing an enduring organization. S/he will report to the Executive Director and be a member of the Management Team, playing a critical role in shaping organizational strategy and culture. In partnership with the Executive Director, S/he will be a donor-centric professional who will lead us in the design of the strategy, systems, and processes needed to ensure that fundraising is carried out in keeping with Restore’s mission, values, and plans. S/he will be eligible to enroll in Restore’s major medical, vision, dental and life insurance plan as well as commuter benefits. Download the job description below for the key areas of responsibility.


Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the Case Manager who is Mandarin fluent will be Restore’s lead staff person providing comprehensive trauma-informed case management services to foreign-national women who are pre-certified or certified survivors of trafficking. The Case Manager performs multiple roles as point person, survivor advocate, and facilitator of communication in order to help the survivor navigate complex criminal justice and social service systems. The individual in this role requires facilitating the best use of their time, juggling competing priorities, prioritizing the survivor first, and interfacing well with diverse survivors, community partners, and internal staff.



Reporting to the Supervising Counselor, the licensed (preferred) social worker or mental health counselor who is Mandarin fluent will manage a caseload of clients and provide trauma informed, culturally- and linguistically-sensitive, survivor-centered interventions. The counselor advocate will provide intakes, individual and group counseling, resource coordination, advocacy, and case management services to clients referred to Restore primarily through New York City’s Human Trafficking Intervention Courts (HTIC). Additionally, the counselor will also spend 1-2 days per week in a court advocacy role, representing clients at their court hearings and providing education and coordination for Restore services.