Prevention Programme Manager

Title: Prevention Programme Manager

Contract: 1 Year Fixed Term Contract (with a view to extend)

Function/Team: Prevention Team

Location: London, SE1

Hours: Full time, inclusive of breaks

Reporting to: Head of Operations

Grade:£31,689 – £34,770

STOP THE TRAFFIK prevents the exploitation and trafficking of those who are vulnerable. Our model of prevention programmes specifically aims to prevent the recruitment of vulnerable people by traffickers globally, by providing them with bespoke safety information through geo-targeted social media adverts. The role of the Project Manager is to oversee the effective delivery of these programmes, working closely alongside NGOs on the ground.

For the first 9 months, this role will focus on a campaign targeting the route between Romania and the UK. Young women in Romania are being trafficked to the UK for the purposes of sexual exploitation. Traffickers are preying on vulnerabilities relating to their families or socioeconomic backgrounds to dupe or coerce them into sexual exploitation. In those situations, they feel they have no way out.

Through our extensive experience in preventing the recruitment of vulnerable people and disrupting trafficking networks, we have learned that building a clear picture of the trafficking model and equipping at-risk communities with the tools to keep themselves safe are paramount to stopping this crime.

STOP THE TRAFFIK and Traffik Analysis Hub are therefore running a Prevention Programme to tackle this sexual exploitation route, and urgently need a Prevention Project Manager to lead and deliver on these efforts to bring critical safety information to young women in Romania. The Project Manager will be responsible for coordinating activity with partners in Romania and the UK, including NGOs, law enforcement & government, public and private, and civil society.  Alongside building an intelligence picture on the trafficking route through the partnerships, the Project Manager will deliver a geo-targeted social media campaign in Romania to provide young women the safety information and signposting they need to keep themselves safe from exploitation.

After this programme finishes, this role will shift to managing another programme of a similar nature, targeting a different route or hotspot.

This role will be responsible for:

  • Create and deliver bespoke digital campaigns that will target vulnerable people with critical safety information.
  • Create and launch adverts on social media and other mediums such as posters, landing pages and other resources to reach vulnerable people.
  • Manage and build trust with diverse partners (NGOs, government agencies, law enforcement, community leaders) who will contribute towards the effectiveness of the programme. Partnership purposes include intelligence-building, and signposting survivors to safety.
  • Operational leadership including:
    • Create and implement a project plan to the achieve our targets and overall objectives, with a strong ability to organise and prioritise.
    • Carry out Due Diligence on new and existing partners
    • Use analytical thinking and problem-solving skills to identify project risks and resolve blockers
    • Manage, track and adjust project spending towards our allocated budget
  • Work with STT’s safeguarding lead to support and signpost at-risk individuals who contact STT
  • Report campaign findings relating to the trafficking model to the Intelligence Team
  • Carry out focus groups and interviews with MSHT experts and individuals with lived experience of MSHT
  • Produce project performance reports and support with digital communications surrounding the programme
  • Meaningfully track and report on Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning from the programme (for internal and external stakeholders such as the funder and partners)

We do not require any additional qualifications, rather, candidates must demonstrate previous experience in an environment with transferrable skills to this position. If you do not meet 100% of the above, please consider applying regardless. We are happy to upskill where possible or look at alternate roles in the company.


  • A friendly, supportive team
  • Opportunity to work directly with global brands and experts around the world Encouragement and autonomy to present new ideas and lead on solutions
  • The opportunity to join a cash benefit healthcare scheme for low monthly contributions, which can also cover your partner and children
  • A corporate eye-care scheme Life insurance
  • A non-contributory Grouped Personal Pension Scheme, where we pay a 7% contribution of your gross salary into your pension pot (you can choose to personally contribute if you wish) Life insurance
  • An annual leave allowance of 27 days annual leave (plus 8 bank holidays), rising to 1 day annually up to 33 days
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Season Ticket Loan Ability to switch 2 bank holidays to better suit your needs
  • Employment policies, including flexible working policy which reflect the needs of our staff In- house and external training opportunities

If you have relevant experience, are highly resourceful, adaptable, and able to work in a busy and fast-paced environment, please contact send in a CV and cover letter (2 A4 sides) that evidences your ability to be successful in this role. Please email to [email protected].

We will conduct interviews on a rolling basis, so please get your application in as soon as possible.

We actively encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, minority, and underrepresented groups. If you require any assistance to overcome potential barriers, please let us know.

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