Job Openings

Thank you for your interest in employment with The Dragonfly Home!

(Note: You can also consider becoming a volunteer or pursuing an internship!)

The Dragonfly Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Dragonfly Home does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Dragonfly Home complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Vaccine sequence preferred.

Bilingual Human Trafficking Victim Advocate (Full-Time)

Position Description:

The Bilingual Human Trafficking Victim Advocate (BVA) engages in the provision of trauma informed direct care services to human trafficking victim/survivors, including emotional support, crisis intervention, safety planning, advocacy, and information.The BVA will coordinate services through The Dragonfly Home (TDH) HT Relief and Restoration Center, TDH satellite offices, the forthcoming Transition Home, and via TDH 24-hour Human Trafficking Helpline.

Position Qualifications:

1-3 years of providing direct care services to trauma survivors (preferred).

Bilingual: English and Spanish

Completed Covid-19 vaccination sequence (preferred).

Ability to establish rapport with a culturally diverse population

Critical thinking, problem solving skills, and conflict resolution skills

Detail oriented, attentive

Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work collaboratively and on a team

Excellent written and oral communication skills

Flexibility, ability to accommodate need to provide crisis intervention, victim assistance after normal work hours

Basic to intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Strong written, oral communication skills; documentation, administrative skills

Willing to strictly follow supervisory directions

Working knowledge of typical needs and issues of target population

Position Requirements:

Associate degree in Human Services or related field, Bachelors degree preferred

Must have a valid state driver’s license and be willing and able to drive

Candidates must consent to and pass a background check, interview, and screening

The Dragonfly Home complies with the Equal Opportunity Employment Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $29,500 per year

Benefits: Health insurance; Paid time off; Dental insurance

Vaccine sequence preferred. The Dragonfly Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Dragonfly Home does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Dragonfly Home complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

APPLY VIA INDEED HERE.

Human Trafficking Victim Transition Home Advocate (Night Shift)

Position Description:

The Transition Home Advocate (TA) is responsible for providing trauma informed, culturally sensitive advocacy and support to victim-survivors of human trafficking (HT) and dependent children residing in the Dragonfly Transition Home (DTH). The TA will assist with day-to-day tasks related to the operation of and programming provided through the DTH.

Primary Position Responsibilities (this is not an all inclusive list of duties)

Engages in the provision of trauma informed direct care services to client residents, including emotional support, crisis intervention, safety planning, advocacy, and information.

Provides trauma informed support and crisis intervention on The Dragonfly Home

Human Trafficking Helpline (Hotline) as applicable.

Facilitates cooperative living, peer support, and client resident participation in applicable programming.

Facilitates client resident groups and activities.

Models and actively promote positive, nurturing interactions between adults and children. Models healthy, non-violent conflict resolution skills.

Creates and contributes to daily log entries to facilitate communication with co-workers regarding client or program updates.

Performs routine chores and cleaning tasks assigned to ensure the safety and cleanliness of the facility.

Communicates communal living guidelines and expectations to residents, and addresses concerns as appropriate.

In collaboration with the Program Director, promptly addresses difficulties or problems that arise in the DTH.

Provide or arrange transportation for client residents’ appointments as needed.

Completes all paperwork and entries into the client records database by the end of each shift; Maintains client files, agency files, statistics, forms, and other record keeping as required.

Packs client resident belongings as needed; cleans/sanitizes rooms after exit; prepares rooms for next client resident.

Administers exit surveys and client surveys with client residents exiting the DTH.

Advances the work of the agency in a manner consistent with the organization’s values.

Adheres to agency policies and state statutes related to confidentiality, child abuse reporting, and code of ethics.

Maintains professional boundaries.

Advances knowledge and attends trainings and meetings as assigned.

Complete and maintain all relevant documentation, including but not limited to service notes, Critical Incident Reports, exit forms, client feedback forms, etc. adhering to state statutes and federal grant guidelines.

Other duties as assigned.

Skills, Qualifications, Education, and Experience

Associates or Bachelor’s degree in the Human service field (preferred).

1-3 years of providing direct care services to trauma survivors (preferred).

Bilingual: Spanish/English (preferred).

Completed Covid-19 vaccination sequence (preferred).

Flexibility, ability to accommodate need for crisis intervention, victim advocacy after normal working hours.

Critical thinking, problem solving skills, and conflict resolution skills.

Excellent written and oral communication skills.

Ability to establish rapport with a culturally diverse population.

Willing to strictly follow supervisory directions.

Detail oriented, attentive.

Strong administrative, documentation skills; excellent written and oral communication skills.

Experience working with information databases, the Microsoft Suite including Word,

Excel, ability to maintain accurate electronic records.

Ability to multi-task in high-pace and crisis environments

Interact and build rapport with a culturally diverse population.

Excel both in working as part of a team or on individual projects.

Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to get to and from work.

Position Requirements:

Associate degree in Human Services or related field, Bachelors degree preferred

Must have a valid state driver’s license and be willing and able to drive

Candidates must consent to and pass a background check, interview, and screening

Vaccine preferred. The Dragonfly Home complies with the Equal Opportunity Employment Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $28,500 per year

Benefits: Health insurance; Paid time off; Dental insurance

The Dragonfly Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Dragonfly Home does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Dragonfly Home complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

APPLY VIA INDEED HERE.

Human Trafficking Victim Transition Home Advocate (Day Shift)

Position Summary:

The Transition Home Advocate (TA) is responsible for providing trauma informed, culturally sensitive advocacy and support to victim-survivors of human trafficking (HT) and dependent children residing in the Dragonfly Transition Home (DTH). The TA will assist with day-to-day tasks related to the operation of and programming provided through the DTH.

Primary Position Responsibilities (this is not an all inclusive list of duties)

Engages in the provision of trauma informed direct care services to client residents, including emotional support, crisis intervention, safety planning, advocacy, and information.

Provides trauma informed support and crisis intervention on The Dragonfly Home Human Trafficking Helpline (Hotline) as applicable.

Facilitates cooperative living, peer support, and client resident participation in applicable programming.

Facilitates client resident groups and activities.

Models and actively promote positive, nurturing interactions between adults and children. Models healthy, non-violent conflict resolution skills.

Creates and contributes to daily log entries to facilitate communication with co-workers regarding client or program updates.

Performs routine chores and cleaning tasks assigned to ensure the safety and cleanliness of the facility.

Communicates communal living guidelines and expectations to residents, and addresses concerns as appropriate.

In collaboration with the Program Director, promptly addresses difficulties or problems that arise in the DTH.

Provide or arrange transportation for client residents’ appointments as needed.

Completes all paperwork and entries into the client records database by the end of each shift; Maintains client files, agency files, statistics, forms, and other record keeping as required.

Packs client resident belongings as needed; cleans/sanitizes rooms after exit; prepares rooms for next client resident.

Administers exit surveys and client surveys with client residents exiting the DTH.

Advances the work of the agency in a manner consistent with the organization’s values.

Adheres to agency policies and state statutes related to confidentiality, child abuse reporting, and code of ethics.

Maintains professional boundaries.

Advances knowledge and attends trainings and meetings as assigned.

Complete and maintain all relevant documentation, including but not limited to service notes, Critical Incident Reports, exit forms, client feedback forms, etc. adhering to state statutes and federal grant guidelines.

Other duties as assigned.

Skills, Qualifications, Education, and Experience

Associates or Bachelor’s degree in the Human service field (preferred).

1-3 years of providing direct care services to trauma survivors (preferred).

Bilingual: Spanish/English (preferred).

Completed Covid-19 vaccination sequence (preferred).

Flexibility, ability to accommodate need for crisis intervention, victim advocacy after normal working hours.

Critical thinking, problem solving skills, and conflict resolution skills.

Excellent written and oral communication skills.

Ability to establish rapport with a culturally diverse population.

Willing to strictly follow supervisory directions.

Detail oriented, attentive.

Strong administrative, documentation skills; excellent written and oral communication skills.

Experience working with information databases, the Microsoft Suite including Word,Excel, ability to maintain accurate electronic records.

Ability to multi-task in high-pace and crisis environments

Interact and build rapport with a culturally diverse population.

Excel both in working as part of a team or on individual projects.

Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation to get to and from work.

Position Requirements:

Associate degree in Human Services or related field, Bachelors degree preferred

Must have a valid state driver’s license and be willing and able to drive

Candidates must consent to and pass a background check, interview, and screening

Vaccine preferred. The Dragonfly Home complies with the Equal Opportunity Employment Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $28,500 per year

Benefits: Health insurance; Paid time off; Dental insurance

Vaccine sequence preferred. The Dragonfly Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Dragonfly Home does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Dragonfly Home complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

APPLY VIA INDEED HERE.

Sex Trafficking Victim Outreach Coordinator

Position Description:

The Sex Trafficking Victim Outreach Coordinator (STOC) is a grant funded position. The STOC is responsible for improving access to and awareness of Dragonfly’s sex trafficking victim services, with an emphasis on reaching sex trafficking victims who are members of underserved and minority populations.

This position requires frequent public speaking at outreach events, as well as coordinating and facilitating training for volunteers. Comfort with public speaking, excellent public speaking skills, and ability to build rapport is a must.

*NOTE: Selected final candidates will be required to give an informal, 8-10 minute presentation for several members of Dragonfly staff if chosen for a second interview.

Primary Position Responsibilities:

Through public speaking at outreach events, raise awareness of sex trafficking and Dragonfly’s sex trafficking victim services

Provide training, leadership, and oversight to Dragonfly’s Community & Victim Outreach Team; coordinate their participation in outreach events, to improve access to and awareness of Dragonfly’s sex trafficking victim services, with an emphasis on reaching sex trafficking victims who are members of underserved and minority populations

Provide high quality, legitimate information geared towards dispelling widespread myths and misconceptions related to the crime of sex trafficking that sex trafficking victims and the greater community commonly believe

Plan community outreach events, including events during Oklahoma’s human trafficking awareness month

Find and cultivate existing community outreach opportunities

Publicize sex trafficking victim outreach efforts

Assist with some social media sex trafficking awareness campaigns

Document and file reports with information about community outreach events

Ensure appropriate inventory of Dragonfly sex trafficking victim outreach material

Position Qualifications:

Bachelor’s Degree in Human Relations, Public Relations, Communications, or related field preferred. Specific experience working with non-profit organizations is also preferred.

Bilingual preferred

Skilled and seasoned public speaker

Detail oriented

Demonstrated ability to effectively work in a collaborative, team-based environment and communicate across all levels of the organization

Commitment to work effectively with diverse people

Ability to work a flexible and varied schedule, including evenings and weekends when needed

Positive attitude and strong work ethic

Strong written and verbal communication skills

Proficient in Microsoft Office applications

Candidates must consent to and pass a background check, interview, and screening

The Dragonfly Home complies with the Equal Opportunity Employment Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $32,000 per year

Benefits: Health insurance; Dental insurance; Paid time off

The Dragonfly Home is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Dragonfly Home does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Dragonfly Home complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

APPLY VIA INDEED HERE.