The Human Trafficking Case Manager, who must be bilingual in Spanish and English, is an exempt, full-time position funded by a 2-year grant from the Office for Victim Programs, Colorado Division of Criminal Justice. Case Manager duties include, but are not limited to: provision of direct services to foreign and domestic victims of labor and sex trafficking; some outreach and training efforts; and serving on the COVA HTP Crisis Line. The Case Manager will conduct intakes and screenings with potential clients. As victims are identified, the Case Manager will oversee all of their direct service needs including, but not limited to shelter, interpretation, food, medical, mental health, literacy, job training and other needs as they are identified. The Case Manager reports to COVA’s Human Trafficking Program Director. As of December 2020, COVA’s staff is currently working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This position will require the ability to communicate confidentially with clients from home. COVA will provide the Case Manager with a COVA-owned computer and cell phone. However, the Case Manager must have a private space to do their work and home internet. In general, the hours for this position are 8AM-5PM, which includes an hour for lunch. Although the COVA HTP serves victims statewide, the position is based out of our office at 1325 S Colorado Blvd, Ste. 508-B, Denver CO, 80222. Only applicants who are fluent in both Spanish and English will be considered. Former COVA interns who successfully completed their internship are strongly encouraged to apply.