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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 in addition to information about our benefits package.




The Cooperative Developer will improve and strengthen Restore’s incubated worker cooperative (connecting clients to safe and sustainable job opportunities) utilizing her/his knowledge of cooperative governance structures, committee organization, and worker/immigrant rights as well as managing the day-to-day tasks of running the cooperative. The Cooperative Developer must have the ability to work well in multilingual and diverse environments, including facilitating multilingual member meetings.


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.


The Content Specialist will play a leading role in the development, creation, and implementation of original content to help Restore NYC achieve its annual financial goals. S/he will report to the Director of Development.


The Events & Grants Manager will play a key role on the development team, reporting directly to the Director of Development for events (50%) and as a dotted line report to the Chief Operating Officer for grants management (50%). S/he will be responsible for planning and managing all logistical aspects of our development team’s events. S/he will also project manage the ~$1.3M we anticipate receiving in grants per year.

Counselor Advocate (SPANISH FLUENT)

Reporting to the Director of Client Services, the Counselor Advocate will work in our Client Services, Housing program, and Economic Empowerment program. Her caseload will include up to 25 clients. The ideal candidate models leadership skills, emotional and spiritual maturity, and responsibility. She will be compassionate and judicious in conflict resolution, practice healthy boundaries, and be very organized. The Counselor Advocate should have experience working with individuals who have experienced trauma.


The HR Coordinator will play a key role in supporting our growing team, reporting directly to the Chief Operating Officer. This is a part-time role of approximately 15 hours per week.


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 and must juggle competing priorities, prioritizing the survivor first, and interfacing well with diverse survivors, community partners, and internal staff.


Reporting to the Chief Program Officer, the Director of Housing is responsible for an ever-growing housing model to address a diverse spectrum of housing needs for survivors of trafficking. Survivors have experienced previous exploitation in housing, homelessness, and housing insecurity, and Restore presents real solutions under a Housing First framework. The Director of Housing will oversee the people leadership, strategy, financial management, impact evaluation and development, and partner collaboration of Restore’s housing program.


The Manager of Professional Education will oversee professional education services to diverse foreign-national females with a history of trafficking or at risk for trafficking. Working alongside the Manager of Job Development and Co-op Developer, s/he will tailor interventions for each individual, to ensure preparedness for employment opportunities. S/he will also oversee the work of an Intern, Facilitators, Assistant Facilitators, Client Services staff, community partners, and volunteers. The Manager of Professional Education will also lead impact data collection and report learnings.

Job Development InterN

The Job Development Intern will assist in the management and execution of job development services to diverse foreign-national women with a history of trafficking. In addition to administrative and logistical support, this internship provides the unique opportunity for students to develop skills in the design of a business plan for a new social enterprise as well as strengthen systems and processes for existing business ventures. 

our work culture

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At Restore we work in a collaborative environment where we pitch in to provide the best services possible for our clients and each other. Each quarter we take a two-day retreat for professional development and goal setting. We have all-staff lunches and find reasons to celebrate together as a team.

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We strive to create an environment where each team member can thrive. Self-care is important at Restore. We offer a generous vacation policy along with quarterly personal retreat days, summer Fridays, and extended paid time off between Christmas and New Years.  

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Our competitive benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, long-term disability & life insurance coverage. We also offer paid parental leave, paid family leave, and a 401k match.