SAGE Project San Francisco Demand Collaborative Coordinator position

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SAGE Project San Francisco Demand Collaborative Coordinator position

San Francisco Demand Collaborative Coordinator Position
San Francisco Demand Collaborative Coordinator Position Type

This is a one year position, with the possibility of renewal for one additional year. The selected
Coordinator will consult with SAGE, San Francisco Police Department (SFPD), and San Francisco
District Attorney’s Office (SFDA) under the auspice of the San Francisco Demand Collaborative.

Position Description
Under direction, the SF Demand Coordinator will oversee the vision and strategic direction of the
San Francisco Demand Collaborative Pilot Project. The Coordinator will maintain and establish
relationships with key stakeholders in San Francisco addressing the demand for sex buying in San

Initiative Activities Include:
Enhance San Francisco’s Current Sex Buyer intervention Program
The First Offender Prostitution Program (FOPP) is designed to reduce the demand for commercial
sex and human trafficking in San Francisco by educating men arrested for soliciting prostitutes (or
“sex buyers”) about the negative consequences of prostitution. The program is a partnership of the
San Francisco District Attorney’s office (SFDA), the San Francisco Police Department (SFPD), and
a local nonprofit organization, Standing Against Global Exploitation (SAGE). Eligible arrestees are
given the choice of paying a fee and attending a one-day sex-buyer intervention class or being
prosecuted. Fees support the costs of conducting the classes, as well as subsidizing police vice
operations, screening and processing arrestees. If chosen for the localities initiative San Francisco
will use this opportunity to enhance FOPP.

Development of Targeted Youth Prevention Education
A common concern amongst youth providers, educators and law enforcement is finding the correct
messages to educate young people about demand prevention. If chosen for the localities initiative
San Francisco would develop a youth curriculum that could potentially be administered in schools
and wellness centers to prevent our young people from being future sex buyers and exploiters.
Development of Demand Reduction Public Awareness Campaign
San Francisco is a major transportation hub in the west and plays host to thousands visitors from
around the world on a daily basis. A comprehensive public awareness campaign including print
media (bus queens and kings, BART, billboards, etc.) and electronic media will provide San
Francisco the opportunity to clearly communicate its demand reduction goals and educate the public
about the harmful consequences of sexual exploitation. The messaging for the campaign and target
audience will be determined by the stakeholder group.

 Coordinate all initiative activities;
 Respond to informational requests from SF Demand Collaborative,
 At times represent the SF Demand Collaborative to the Mayor's office, Board of
Supervisors, Controller's Office, other city officials, outside agencies and the public;
 Make policy recommendations;
 Recruit and coordinate the Survivor Advisory Group in partnership with SAGE;
 Coordinate and complete demand Data analysis.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Applicant should be able to:
 Establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, officials and the general
public, including a variety of individuals and groups;
 Prepare well-organized and accurate documents such as reports, memos, and
correspondence; synthesize ideas and factual information into clear and logical written
 Speak clearly and concisely in order to express ideas and communicate work-related
information to a variety of individuals and groups; listen, ask appropriate questions and
effectively elicit information;
o Training experience is highly desirable.
 Previous experience working with government and non-profit partners.
 Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
 Use work-related computer applications, including e-mail, word processing, spreadsheets,
databases and the internet;
 Identify, research and gather relevant information from a variety of sources; read and
interpret complex written materials; analyze and evaluate data, procedures, interrelated
processes and other information; formulate conclusions and/or alternatives and develop
effective recommendations;
 Ability to work independently as well as within a team, to handle pressure and to maintain
Confidentiality at all times.
 Must have an understanding of and be sensitive and responsive to serving culturally diverse

Minimum Qualifications
1. Possession of a graduate degree (Master's degree or higher) from an accredited college or
university; and one (1) year full-time equivalent experience performing professional-level
analytical work; OR
2. Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, and three (3)
years full-time equivalent experience performing professional-level collaborative work.

This is a project based consultant contract position, compensation will be determined based upon
experience and does not include benefits.

To Apply
Interested Applicants please submit the following to,
 Cover letter
 Resume
 Two References
Applications are due by March 31, 2014.
Allyson West, Executive Director California Reentry Program P.O. Box 483 San Quentin, CA 94964 415-599-6586