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Case Manager


Amirah provides the following benefits for this position:

  • Every quarter a full week of vacation taken within that three month period (four weeks total given each year). Amirah operates on a work-rest rhythm for all staff members.

  • Every quarter, one personal spiritual retreat day is given. This is one day given to take as seen fit to connect with God, to rest, and to restore for this work.

  • Eligible for health insurance package.

  • Accumulated sick time is given up to forty (40) hours a year.

  • Weekly clinical supervision support given by Amirah’s licensed clinical staff towards licensure requirements.

  • Monthly group supervision support outside of Amirah.

  • Paid holidays on New Year’s Day, MLK, Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day

  • Salary commensurate with experience




At this time, we are asking that all staff are vaccinated, unless there is a proven medical reason. We are also following masking guidelines for each county and city that we operate in. These two things are non-negotiables.




Amirah, Inc. exists to provide aftercare, resources, and opportunities to women who have survived different forms of sexual exploitation, sex trafficking, and prostitution. The Residential Program of Amirah is our flagship program where women choose to embark on a long-term, trauma-informed, whole person care recovery journey. The Case Manager is a key member of the Residential Program team.


Reporting to the Chief Program Officer, the Case Manager works within a team dynamic with clinical and direct care staff to provide trauma-informed support for survivors of sexual exploitation in our Residential Program at the safe home located in the North Shore of Boston. They provide oversight and management for the day-to-day programmatic needs of program participants, bringing an atmosphere of healing and community. They are a vital part of each participant being given access to resources for their whole-person care recovery programs.


You should apply if…


  • You believe in the dignity of all human lives, no matter the color of your skin, your faith, your gender, your sexuality, or anything else. Dignity is deserved because all human beings exist in the image of God.  

  • You are a skilled empathetic clinician who enjoys building strong and balanced teams to achieve collective goals, and fostering a collaborative growth culture

  • You’re excited about the challenge of building deeply intentional processes towards a more diverse, equitable and racially just community




We take the broadest possible view of diversity. 

We value the visible and invisible qualities that make you who you are.

We welcome that every person brings a unique perspective and experience to advance our mission and progress the work of healing in community, breaking the cycle of exploitation, and providing new communities where survivors can thrive in life.

We believe that each Amirah community member, donor, volunteer, advocate, and employee must have equal access to solving community problems.

We strive to include diversity, equity, and inclusion practices at the center of our daily work.

We commit to using these practices for our business and our communities.




Safe Home Program

  • Biweekly individual case management meetings with each program participant (max of 6 participants at a time) to assess how she is progressing in her day-to-day growth of her individualized program and how it relates to the culture of the home.

  • Provide direct services to identified survivors of sex trafficking as needed using an individual care plan that has been written by the survivor in collaboration with the program staff.

  • Coordinate all services for the client within the individual care team.

  • Serve as a liaison for client and other service providers, collaborating with caseworkers from other agencies with which the program participant may be associated.

  • Follow procedures for program policies (data entry, ability to take notes for client files, etc.).

  • Carry out all assignments designated by the Chief Program Officer & program staff.

  • Within a rotation with other team members, help to lead weekly therapeutic groups for program participants.

  • Maintain all efforts for proper medication distribution and medication recordings for program participants.

  • Tend to the needs of the program participants should you be the sole program staff member in the home.

  • Be on call in a rotation with other staff.

  • Ensure that all case records are maintained in compliance with Federal, State and Organizational standards for each program participant.




  • Report all spending to the House Manager of the North Shore safe home in conjunction with the allotted program budget.



  • Effective communication with Program Administrative Assistant on scheduling is required.

  • Attend weekly program staff meetings.

  • Keep up-to-date records and communicate with Program Staff on progress of program participants.

  • Quarterly meeting with CEO, Chief Program Officer, and program staff to assess progress and growth of North Shore Safe Home program.

  • Quarterly meeting with Chief Program Officer to assess personal progress and growth.


Organizational Advocacy


  • Contribute to Amirah’s educational and advocacy efforts as needed in your area of expertise (this could include blog writing, public speaking events, social media videos, etc.).

  • Participate in development efforts to fund Amirah’s program.  




  • Follower of Christ, committed to His church and message of the transformative love of Jesus that was displayed on the cross.

  • All candidates should have Case Management experience.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in social work or similar field required.

  • Nonprofit experience preferred.

  • Lived experience welcomed.

  • Valid driver’s license with vehicle.

  • Knowledge of human trafficking and experience working in this field preferred.

  • Unwavering commitment to quality programs and high level of service.

  • Passionate about Amirah’s ministry and work; able to communicate and promote the philosophy, mission, and value of the organization both internally and externally. 

  • Ability to work in an independent environment as well as working with a strong collaborative team-based program.




  • Possessing a warm, calming and nurturing spirit.

  • Humble in their approach to relationships and teachable.

  • Creative problem solver who is able to handle conflict in a mature, intentional, thoughtful way while actively pursuing reconciliation.

  • Boundary keeper.

  • Works well in a multi-faceted, creatively chaotic environment, helping to bring order and structure in positive uplifting way.

  • Helps others to see their part, their needed contribution and able to delegate responsibility well.

  • Ability to work in emotionally taxing environment, putting the work down when rest and restoration is needed.

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