Freedom Network USA (FNUSA) is the nation’s largest alliance of organizations and individual advocates working with survivors of all forms of human trafficking. We mobilize this collective strength to build a transformative approach to human trafficking that is grounded in anti-racism and anti-oppression.

We are a growing team of passionate advocates, providing training and technical assistance, engaging in policy advocacy and lobbying, and building a more effective anti-trafficking movement. FNUSA has a work atmosphere where everyone’s opinions and ideas are valued. We are committed to work-life balance and offer everyone opportunities to learn, experiment, and grow.

Open Positions

Evidence-Based Research Consultant

Freedom Network USA (FNUSA) is seeking proposals from consultants with subject-matter expertise, capacity, and ability to carry out research activities to ensure an evidence-based approach to the standards developed through the project.

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Training Specialist

The FNTI Housing Training and Technical Assistance Project (FNTI Housing TTA Project) is funded by the United States Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) to support OVC’s Human Trafficking Housing grantees in implementing trauma-informed, person -centered, and voluntary services. This is a grant-funded position. The current grant ends 9/30/2026, and we do anticipate future funding to continue the project. The Training Specialist will primarily be responsible for supporting the FNTI Housing TTA Project and other FNTI projects as needed. This position reports to the Sr. Housing TTA Project Manager. We are seeking 2 Training Specialists at this time, working within a team of 3 Training Specialists. These roles are designed to work collaboratively, with each Training Specialist leading specific projects and in support of all projects.

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Equity-Based Human Resources Consultant

Freedom Network USA (FNUSA) is seeking proposals from consultants with expertise in leading small, nonprofit organizations to become anti-racist organizations. The consultant will provide recommendations for revising the current compensation philosophy, bands, chart, and benefits structure with an equity lens.

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Standards of Care Specialist

The Freedom Network Training Institute (FNTI) is a leader in providing dynamic and innovative training and technical assistance to professionals in the human trafficking field. The Standards of Care (SOC) Training & Technical Assistance (TTA) Project is a cooperative agreement, funded by the USDOJ Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), to develop standards of care for anti-trafficking service providers. The SOC TTA Project integrates a diverse group of consultants, including survivors, service providers, and federal agency staff in a collaborative and iterative process. The SOC Specialist will coordinate and document the activities and substantive discussions of the Technical Working Group (TWG), and will also support other FNTI projects as appropriate. The TWG is currently comprised of 25 subject matter experts from the anti-trafficking field. This position reports to the SOC Senior Project Manager.

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