IJM is seeking a highly experienced, dedicated professional to serve as the Director of Casework, Cambodia. The Director of Casework (DoC), Cambodia will work closely with the Field Office Director, Cambodia to ensure the field office achieves its goals, particularly regarding the significant, sustainable reduction of forced labor slavery within the Cambodian workforce, with an emphasis on Cambodians being trafficked into the Thai fishing and seafood processing industries. The DoC will lead all direct casework interventions of the Cambodia Field Office. This position is responsible for the management of investigations, legal, and aftercare professionals engaged in the identification, rescue, repatriation, and restoration of Cambodian victims of forced labor slavery and the prosecution of perpetrators in Cambodia. The DoC will lead IJM Cambodia’s cross-border casework engagement and collaboration in destination countries with IJM projects where they exist, as well as with other NGOs and stakeholders in countries without an IJM presence.
The DoC will ensure employee engagement, safety, and security, as well as spiritual and professional development in the Casework Team. This position also monitors and controls the budget, expenditure, and program activities of the Casework Team to ensure optimal staff performance and program goal achievement. The DoC will set overall investigations, legal, and aftercare strategies, build bridges with local, national, and international law enforcement, social services, and legal agencies, and support IJM’s efforts to equip, train, and coach justice system officials. The DoC will build and lead a culture of world-class professional excellence in Casework, where team members find themselves, year by year, becoming more like Christ as they participate in common spiritual disciplines in a community of service and faith.
This position is based at IJM’s office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and reports to the Field Office Director, Cambodia.