The Case Manager II will provide both direct services to HopeWorks’ clients as well as perform program support functions. Direct client services will include crisis intervention and case management services to residential clients and non-residential survivors of human trafficking with specialized focus on youth ages 18 to 24. Program support responsibilities will include serving as a representative to local, regional and state level human trafficking coordinating bodies as needed, supporting community education and training on the topic of human trafficking and assist with facilitating the Human Trafficking Peer Support group. HopeWorks’ staff, board and volunteers are invested and engaged in altering the systems and imbalances of power that maintain the status quo – including racism, poverty, and gendered violence. The successful candidate will have an understanding of the root causes of sexual and intimate partner violence and a commitment to social justice. The successful candidate will also have demonstrated expertise on the topic of human trafficking and will be experienced in advocacy and motivational interviewing with an understanding of trauma-informed care.