Career Opportunities​​

We end modern slavery through economic empowerment. Join us.

We are a results-driven, entrepreneurial team of thinkers and doers who are committed to empowering women and girls. Our team is growing fast, and we are looking for skilled and passionate individuals to join our team. 

Open Positions:

This summer, we are launching our Dallas Workforce Program, serving female youth who are either survivors or at high risk for commercial sexual exploitation. We provide workforce training, work exposure, mentorship, and case management to help girls build a career plan and achieve their goals.

Case Manager – Dallas, USA

We are seeking an experienced and supportive case manager to help clients with re-entry and employment. The case manager will work with clients as they are transitioning out of the juvenile justice system and provide support to help clients set a career plan and achieve their goals. This is a full-time position based in Dallas. Learn more and apply here. 

Mentorship Coordinator – Dallas, USA

We are seeking a responsible and emotional intelligent mentorship coordinator who will help build and manage the Dallas mentorship program. The mentorship coordinator will recruit, match, and train volunteer mentors with Nomi Network clients and support mentor teams.  This is a part-time role, with the possibility of expanding to full-time within one year. This role is remote with a preference for Dallas-based candidates. Learn more and apply here.

Workforce Trainer – Dallas, USA

We are seeking a skilled and engaging facilitator to serve as a Workforce Trainer for our Dallas Workforce Program pilot. The Workforce Trainer will be responsible for conducting Nomi Network’s workforce training which addresses financial literacy, job readiness, navigating workplace challenges, confidence-building, and goal setting. This is a part time position providing on-site training two days per week. Learn more and apply here.

“Nomi Network is truly a team that is rare to come around. They are so focused on their vision and genuinely care for the work that they do in fighting human trafficking. You could visibly experience this in how they immerse themselves in their work and their zeal when they speak about the work.”
– Angelica, former seasonal staff member