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Church World Service The community organizer works to build the collective power of immigrants and refugees to impact the public narrative and policy change to create more welcoming communities that result in concrete benefits for immigrant and refugee communities.
Site Director, Church World Service, Wilmington, NC
Church World Service An opportunity to lead our Refugee Resettlement team in beautiful Wilmington, North Carolina. Come lead a fantastic dedicated group of people.
Refugee Education and Employment Specialist
Catholic Social Services This person is responsible for conducting employment assessments and creating specialized plans to address job readiness skills and remove barriers to employment. This individual would be responsible for assisting clients in orientation to the U.S. workforce, finding and maintaining employment. The Employment Specialist will network with employers and agencies in the community to best serve the client population. This position will also assist the RAIS Employment Education Center Coordinator in development and implementation of Center curricula and activities as necessary to develop job skills and provide clients orientation to the U.S.
Multilingual Family Engagement Facilitator
Salem Public schools See description here: https://salem.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=2100
Pre-Arrival Services Coordinator
Jewish Family Service of Seattle Jewish Family Service is currently seeking a Pre-Arrival Services Coordinator to join our Refugee and Immigrant Services team. This full-time (37.5 hours/week) position will be responsible for pre-arrival case assurances, securing housing and preparing apartments for newly arriving refugee families. In coordination with Pre-Arrival Services Coordinator II, this position will also manage program donations and household.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assure R&P cases assigned in accordance with the R&P Cooperative Agreement Create an arrival plan for assigned new refugee arrivals, including coordination with U.S. Ties and resettlement team staff. Coordinate and secure housing for assigned refugee families and serve as a cultural broker between landlords and tenants Build new relationships with additional apartments and maintain healthy relationships with existing apartment partners Coordinate with Pre-Arrival Services Coordinator II to maintain inventory in JFS’ storage units and deliver supplies and ensure all items are provided to families in accordance with R&P Cooperative Agreement Establish utility accounts and provide housing orientation to assigned newly arrived families. Connect families with local agencies assisting with utility and rental payments. Support the Resettlement Team in providing case management to newly arrived refugees during heavy arrival periods. Ensure accurate documentation of all services provided.
Immigration Services Case Manager
Jewish Family Service of Seattle Jewish Family Service is currently seeking an Immigration Services Case Manager to join our Refugee and Immigrant Services team. This full-time (37.5 hours/week) position supports the provision of immigration legal services to refugee and immigrant clients, including family reunification, employment authorization, adjustment of status application and application for naturalization. In collaboration with the Program Manager, the Immigration Services Case Manager will coordinate workshops related to the immigration process, civic engagement and constitutional legal rights in the United States. This position must have excellent attention to detail and communication skills as well as a knowledge of how to utilize best practices in trauma informed care when working with clients.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist eligible individuals to file applications for immigration benefits such as adjustment of status, family reunification, naturalization and other benefits. Complete timely and comprehensive referrals for immigration clients to external providers for assistance as needed. Ensure timely and accurate follow-up throughout the application process, including assisting with USCIS and Consular interviews. Coordinate and conduct outreach to local refugee, asylee and immigrant communities about the availability of free and low-cost immigration legal services. Ensure client understanding of the immigration system and application process. Ensure complete, accurate and timely documentation and immigration records for each case file in accordance with program requirements. Create data and narrative program reports on grant and client outcomes and programmatic successes. Collaborate across agency programs to ensure client and agency goals are met. Develop and maintain knowledge on US immigration law. Other duties as assigned.
MIRA Coalition The Communications Director develops and implements MIRA's communications strategy including earned media, managing digital platforms and creating content for member and public audiences.
Community Organizer or Organizing Manager
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago MISSION
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago builds power through collective advocacy and organizing to achieve racial equity.
Asian American Midwest Progressives builds political power through collective advocacy and electoral organizing to achieve racial equity.
The Community Organizer position is an opportunity for a strategic and motivated relationship-builder to build power in the Asian American community, develop grassroots leadership, lead strategic issue campaigns, and move community members to take action.
Depending on experience, applicants may be considered for a Chicago Organizing Manager position, with additional responsibilities of managing community organizers, instead of the Community Organizer position. We will only be hiring one position, either a Community Organizer or Chicago Organizing Manager, depending on the applicant pool. Additional responsibilities and qualifications to be considered for an Organizing Manager position are described below.
This position will fall under the staff sharing agreement between Advancing Justice | Chicago and Asian American Midwest Progressives (AAMP) so a portion of time will be spent on 501(c)(4) activities including partisan electoral work.
See full description and application instructions: https://www.advancingjustice-chicago.org/job-posting-community-organizer-organizing-manager/
Staff Attorney, Immigrant Justice Legal Clinic
The Resurrection Project Job Duties and Responsibilities: Direct Services, Case Management, and Data Collection Responsibilities: • Provide expert consultation and representation to clients and potential clients including case preparation and follow-up. • Handle a caseload that includes removal defense for detained and non-detained clients including, but not limited to, bond hearings, representation in immigration court (EOIR) and before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) as well as affirmative representation before USCIS • Maintain required job skills and core professional competencies. • Keep current on changes in immigration law and procedures through research and trainings. • Make appropriate referrals as necessary for immigration legal services beyond the scope of the program. • Maintain comprehensive up-to-date notes of client contact, indicating date, subject matter, and resolution in the client file, per TRP’s Immigrant Justice Legal Clinic procedures, and notify client of all activity regarding their case in a timely manner. • Actively participate in case review and other meetings needed to effectively provide excellent quality service to all clients. • Attend and participate in required educational programs and staff meetings. • Perform other duties as assigned.
Global Detroit Lead communications strategy for this rapidly expanding leader in immigrant economic development!
Small Business Development Program Manager
Global Detroit Assistance to immigrant entrepreneurs and small business owners
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. For the full job description and qualifications, see https://cliniclegal.org/about-us/employment/policy-advocate-0
The Policy Advocate will guide CLINIC’s campaign and coalition-oriented work in multiple CLINIC priority issue areas using CLINIC’s Model of Advocacy.
At the federal level, CLINIC’s systemic advocacy work focuses on administrative advocacy. Our work is guided by our Catholic identity, counseled by our team of in-house experts, and informed by our network of over 450 network agencies. As a thought leader and top strategist in administrative advocacy, CLINIC is a first responder to immigration law and policy changes, whether fighting to hold back attacks on immigrant rights or working side-by-side with the government to build the structures that offer welcome, safety, security, and family unity to those seeking to make the United States home.
Director of Network Services
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. For the full job description and qualifications, see https://cliniclegal.org/about-us/employment/director-network-services
The Director of Network Services is responsible for supervising and supporting CLINIC’s mission-driven sections: Advocacy, Religious Immigration Services and Technical and Training Assistance. This position ensures that these three areas are effectively resourced, planned, and executed consistent with CLINIC’s mission, strategic plan, yearly priorities, and the Executive Director’s vision of an efficiently run agency. Additionally, the Director of Network Services facilitates information sharing between CLINIC’s mission-driven sections and its field engagement section. This position reports directly to the Deputy Director to make strategic decisions critical to the agency’s mission-driven services.
The Director of Network Services is a member of CLINIC’s senior leadership and as such participates in planning and decision making affecting the entire organization and shares responsibility for achieving the agency’s mission.
Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN) The Georgia Asylum & Immigration Network (GAIN), is a nonprofit organization with a mission of protecting and empowering immigrant survivors of crime and persecution. For 15 years, GAIN has been a nonprofit leader in immigration legal services in the South, providing critical legal and social service support to thousands of men, women, and children from over 118 countries around the world.
We are seeking an immigration attorney to provide legal coordination and representation to survivors of torture and trauma, including human trafficking, domestic abuse, sexual violence, and other crimes.
This is a unique opportunity for someone who is passionate about serving vulnerable immigrant populations and committed to helping GAIN expand its provision of legal services.
Georgia Asylum and Immigration Network (GAIN) The Georgia Asylum & Immigration Network (GAIN), a nonprofit organization with a mission of protecting and empowering immigrant survivors of crime and persecution, is seeking a full-time Director of Finance and Human Resources (HR) to oversee business operations related to finance, human resources, office facilities and technology.
Vice President and Chief Program Officer
National Immigration Forum See link
Refugee School Impact Specialist
Catholic Social Services- Refugee Assistance and Immigration Services The Refugee School Impact Specialist will assist with all grant activities for Refugee School Impact and Afghan School Impact funding. This includes working with local school districts and connecting families with education and enrichment activities. This job will work primarily with school aged youth and their parents. This position may require evening and weekend hours to coordinate enrichment activities for youth.
Supervisor, HS PRS Case Management
Church World Service Supervise our team of HS PRS Case workers in Pennsylvania.
Director, Church World Service, Northern California
Church World Service Come help us open our brand new Refugee Resettlement Office in Northern California, East Bay area.
Know Your Rights Specialist
Church World Service Looking for Spanish speaking Bilingual advocates in North Carolina
Californians Together The Communications Associate will be responsible for supporting the communications manager with carrying out day-to-day communications duties that involve creating consistent and meaningful short and medium form content, including social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.), e-newsletters, blog posts and other communications. The Communications Associate must be able to create content on Canva, Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Final Cut Pro X, MailChimp, WordPress, Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, and schedule content through a social media content manager. The Communications Associate will also be proficient in audio, video, and photography capturing and editing. The Communications Associate will be responsible for assisting the Communications Manager in organizing and filing content and other material on Google Drive and Box Cloud Storage.
Managing Attorney - Immigrant Children’s Program
Church World Service You have experience in immigration law? Come lead our group of staff attorneys working on behalf of Immigrant Children in North Carolina.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago MISSION
Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Chicago and Asian American Midwest Progressives build power through collective advocacy and organizing to achieve racial equity.
AAMP was founded in 2018 to focus on electoral organizing, mobilizing Asian American voters, and holding elected officials accountable through issue-based campaigns. AAMP is a 501(c)(4) organization that shares staff and office space with Advancing Justice | Chicago, which is a 501(c)(3).
This dual role is an exciting opportunity for a strategic relationship-builder to serve as the Political Director for Advancing Justice | Chicago and AAMP. The Political Director will be the primary lobbyist for both organizations and will co-create campaign strategy with the Director of Organizing. In addition, the Political Director will conduct policy research to support the organizing team, lead political education efforts with our grassroots base, and create external communications and talking points for our issue campaigns. As a member of the leadership team, the Political Director will also be responsible for guiding organization-wide decisions, maintaining healthy organizational culture, and managing personnel. This position reports to the Executive Director.
This position will fall under the staff sharing agreement between Advancing Justice | Chicago and Asian American Midwest Progressives (AAMP) so a portion of time will be spent on 501(c)(4) activities including partisan political work.
See full job description and application instructions: https://www.advancingjustice-chicago.org/job-posting-political-director/
Hope CommUnity Center The Finance Director is responsible for all aspects of accounting, budgeting, payroll, and reporting for HCC. The Finance Director works with the Director of Program Development in creating budgets and budget narratives for grant proposals as well as any required financial reporting. The Finance Director also works with Program Directors to develop program budgets and with the Executive Director to develop the overall organizational budget.
Trauma and Domestic Violence Therapist (Part-time)
Opening Doors, Inc. Please check the details at: https://easyapply.co/m/apply/c945a18a-2434-4ab0-afbb-7f019400b82a
African Communities Together (ACT) African Communities Together seeks to hire a Development Director to provide effective, dynamic leadership in our fundraising efforts. The Development Director will assume the following responsibilities, coordinating with and reporting directly to ACT’s Executive Director:
● Strategy: Develop, manage and assess fundraising strategy, workplan, and timeline.
● Grants Management: Refine and maintain ACT’s grants management system in order to meet fundraising deadlines.
● Funder cultivation: Develop list of prospective funders; help cultivate individual donor base; and develop and maintain relationships with funding partners.
● Grant writing: Draft close-to-final grant proposals and reports and prepare application and reporting packets.
● Promotional materials: Work closely with ED and Communications staff to develop appropriate promotional materials and fundraising appeals.
● Grant budget development: Collaborate with ED and finance manager to ensure consistency between grant budgets, program requirements, and resource allocation.
● Public leadership: Support the ED in representing ACT in meetings and other convenings with funders, as appropriate.
HIAS HIAS seeks a Housing Specialist to manage the development of resources and relationships with stakeholders that will lead to the expansion of affordable housing opportunities for newcomers resettled through the HIAS affiliate network. The Housing Specialist will work with the Resettlement & Integration department and Affiliate Network staff to develop innovative solutions to support the availability of safe, sanitary and affordable housing options for refugees and other newcomers. The Housing Specialist should have a strong understanding of the housing market, including housing policy and economics; a basic knowledge of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program is preferred. The Housing Specialist will report to the Program Manager, Initial Resettlement and will work closely with the Reception & Placement team at HIAS to develop and manage a housing strategy for the HIAS affiliate network.
JVS Kansas City Join JVS in this exciting and dynamic role.
JVS is the largest refugee resettlement agency in Kansas City.
The role: Overall planning and coordination of resources, tasks and necessary steps to meet grant obligations, including application, data collection and management, writing, reporting, and accounting functions.
Director, Legal Services
Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area The Director, Legal Services oversees direct immigration legal services provided by LSSNCA and cultivates and grows a pro bono network of immigration attorneys to maximize LSSNCA’s legal offerings to the communities it serves. The Director identifies opportunities for expanding the legal program and forges new relationships to build and increase the visibility, impact, and financial resources for LSSNCA’s legal programs. The Director provides legal counsel, interpretation, and guidance to LSSNCA’s leadership team on a wide variety of immigration related legal matters. This role will ensure the delivery of high-quality client centered legal services across LSSNCA offices in DC, Virginia, and Maryland.
Lead Teacher - Transitional Foster Care
Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area The UC TFC Lead Teacher is primarily responsible for planning, organizing, and implementing the appropriate instructional program in an elementary or secondary learning educational setting that guides and encourages students to develop and fulfill their academic potential. This individual will also lead a team of teachers and teacher aides within the program, while ensuring all direct reports fulfill the requirements of their position in alignment with the needs of the program. This position is expected to function effectively with moderate supervision while following the guidelines given on procedures, along with agency, federal, and state regulatory requirements
Oneamerica The Program Director will report to the Executive Director and oversee two existing programs in the organization: Washington New Americans, our citizenship program, and English Innovations, our adult English program. The Program Director will be responsible for shaping, executing, and overseeing OneAmerica’s overall immigrant inclusion strategy through policy advocacy, coalition building, team management, and organizing immigrants through the lens of building power. This is a new department within OneAmerica, so a critical component of this work will be to build the Immigrant Inclusion Team, bringing our citizenship and adult English program under one umbrella and adding a third element of workforce development. This will include strengthening collaboration and culture while establishing systems for internal communication and coordination with other departments and teams that are rooted in building power and our membership base. Our goal is to thread the needle between service delivery and organizing immigrants into our movements for change.
The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project The Children’s Program Social Worker, in collaboration with a team comprised of Social Workers, Managing Social Worker, immigration Attorneys, and Legal Assistants, serves immigrant children who have been released from ORR/Federal care to Arizona. The position has extensive client contact and provides case management, advocacy, and administrative duties to support and link children, including indigenous children and children who have suffered abuse, abandonment, neglect, or other emotional and physical trauma with proper services in the greater Phoenix area.
Social Worker - Adult Program
The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project This position works in coordination with the Integrated Social Services Program and the Direct Representation team, under the supervision of the Managing Social Worker. The Direct Representation team provides legal representation and social service support to vulnerable adults, primarily with serious mental health conditions, who are in immigration removal proceedings. The Social Worker will work on a team of Attorneys, Legal Assistants, and Social Workers to provide social services and advocacy to detained and formerly detained clients who have been found mentally incompetent by an immigration judge and who are appointed a “Qualified Representative” by the Executive Office for Immigration Review along with other represented individuals in need of social services. The Social Worker will identify and advocate for services both in detention and upon the client’s release to support client’s access to services to meet their mental health, medical, housing, and social services needs as appropriate. While this is not a therapeutic or counseling position, the Social Worker will provide trauma-informed and strengths—based case management and psycho-social support through the duration of their legal case.
Migrant Emergency Program Manager
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) is looking for a Program Manager for the Emergency Migrant Response Program to lead its migrant response project in Los Angeles. The Program Manager works in accordance with the mission and vision of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) and the program provision of direct services to immigrant and newly arriving migrants. The program manager will lead coordination of community-based organizations, local and state collaboration. The ideal candidate will have a demonstrated commitment to supporting newly arrived immigrants along with strategies for creating sustainable approaches to setting up programs that focus on welcoming immigrants. The program Manager will work to advance immigrant inclusion to our Los Angeles region and protect immigrant and refugee’s basic human and civil rights. Develop and cultivate relationships with stakeholders such as community groups, advocates, legal, housing and social service organizations, and governmental agencies to channel direct services and to uplift the support for the newly arrived immigrants. Develop a sustainable program to respond to the needs of migrant arrival, including but not limited to medical, shelter, travel, legal resources and housing.
Data and Programs Analyst
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights The Program Analyst serves as a designated expert for meeting all government contracts and grant reporting requirements and drives compliance efforts within the organization and across the regions CHIRLA serves. The Program Analyst ensures optimal data management for the administration of services and deliverables reporting across CHIRLA. He or she will offer support and training for staff to ensure that CHIRLA establishes quality and streamlined procedures for grant reporting and successful tracking of contract deliverables. The Program Analyst will work in tandem with other teams to manage goals and outcomes for timely reporting. The Program Analyst will be part of the Data Analytics and Evaluation Department and report to the Director of Data Analytics and Programs. The candidate should be sensitive to the demands of diverse stakeholders. A substantial portion of the work will be dedicated to support the reporting of the administration of services. They should also collaborate in cross-functional teams, manage projects with autonomy, be curious about learning new systems and technology, be able to adapt quickly to changes and have a sense of humor.
Talent Acquisition Manager
The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project The Talent Acquisition Manager supports FIRRP by ensuring the Talent Acquisition function at FIRRP is strategic and successful at finding and retaining a diversity of qualified and dedicated persons whose work supports the FIRRP mission and advances FIRRP’s DEIA (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility) goals and values. This includes a responsive, informed, and collaborative ongoing quest to discover talent, build a strong employment brand at FIRRP, and ensure great relationships with both candidates and employees.
The Talent Acquisition Manager must be an experienced professional; knowledgeable in full-cycle recruiting and employment branding; possess a sharp ability to find talented people through research and active engagement in diverse communities and agencies; and have a steady commitment to help successful candidates thrive at FIRRP.
Professional Development Manager
The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project The Professional Development Manager will play a key role in designing and implementing training and professional development opportunities for Florence Project managers, staff, and interns. This position will report to the Deputy Director and work closely with the Executive Directors, Legal Director, program managers, and Office of People and Culture team.
The main duties of the position are 1) creating comprehensive legal training strategies for the organization with an emphasis in collaborating with our Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity Team (Jedi Team), 2) organizing leadership trainings and developing initiatives to grown leadership opportunities for staff, 3) coordinating and overseeing the legal intern and fellowship program, and 4) fielding and collaborating with our Ethics Counsel on legal conflicts and ethics questions for the staff and organization.
Policy & Campaigns Manager
New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice The New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice (NJAIJ) is the state’s largest immigration coalition. Together with 50 member organizations, NJAIJ fights for policies that empower and protect immigrant New Jerseyans. We are seeking applications for a Policy & Campaigns Manager.
NJAIJ brings together the power and strength of our member organizations to ensure immigrant communities are leaders in campaigns that advance justice, inclusion, and belonging. Our recent campaign wins include a state-wide ban on ICE detention centers, the first of its kind on the East Coast, and driver’s licenses for all regardless of immigration status.
The Policy & Campaigns Manager serves as the coalition expert on immigration policy and advocacy. This important role has a huge platform for thought leadership and narrative change, and builds on the amazing policy wins our movement has already accomplished together.
Find a full description and how to apply at: https://www.idealist.org/en/nonprofit-job/4fda52e101404ce4bb6bd0c60f3a50b4-policy-campaigns-manager-new-jersey-alliance-for-immigrant-justice-newark
Senior Project Manager
Freedom Network USA Freedom Network Training Institute is a leader in providing dynamic and innovative training and technical assistance to professionals in the human trafficking field. The Standards of Care Senior Project Manager is primarily responsible for supporting activities of the Standards of Care (SOC) TTA project. The SOC TTA project is a cooperative agreement, funded by the USDOJ Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), to develop the standards of care for anti-trafficking service providers. The SOC Project Manager works with the Sr. Director of Training to develop and accomplish high quality project deliverables. This position leads the drafting of the SOC for the project, maintains communication with federal partners, and provides supervision for project staff.
Immigration Attorney in Boston
Rian Immigrant Center Rian Immigrant Center is seeking an Immigration Staff Attorney ASAP
Full Time: 40 Hours per week Hybrid work environment with flexible work time
SUMMARY The Rian Immigrant Center is expanding the immigration legal services team, in order to expand the overall team’s capacity to provide legal consultation and representation to clients of Rian and our partners. The Immigration Staff Attorney will provide direct immigration legal services to low-income immigrants, refugees, and asylees.
Rian provides more than 2,000 legal consults a year, and full case representation before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for over 600 immigrants. We help low-income immigrants gain legal status, work authorization, and to reunite their families so they can become empowered, reach stability, and move out of poverty. We also assist eligible immigrants in becoming U.S. citizens, guiding them throughout the application process and representing those with complex cases. We work in partnership with others to support immigrant patients, homeless families, and immigrant youth.
QUALIFICATIONS ● Commitment to the overall mission and values of Rian. ● A law degree and admission to a U.S. state bar (Massachusetts strongly preferred; by transfer of UBE acceptable). ● A minimum of 2 years of experience practicing immigration law, including representation before USCIS. ● Excellent leadership, interpersonal, communication, organizational and problem-solving skills. ● Proficiency with Microsoft Office and database management. ● Preferred fluency in Spanish or Haitian Creole.
How to Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume as a PDF to email@example.com with Immigration Attorney as the subject line.
Rian strives to intentionally create an environment for staff, individuals we serve and others, that fosters intercultural belonging, and is anti-racist and equitable. We are committed to valuing and promoting anti-racist ideas and policies.
Healthy Illinois Campaign Campaign to expand health coverage to all Illinois residents, regardless of immigration status
Finance and Operations Manager (Full Time)
New American Leaders At New American Leaders, we envision an inclusive democracy where every person is represented. We believe our democracy is stronger when we engage immigrant communities at every level of the political process and we empower New Americans to run, win, and lead. The Finance & Operations manager will oversee NAL’s day-to-day financial systems and operations, ensuring staff have resources to further NAL’s mission. This role will support the organization throughout all departments, serving a critical role to the efficiency of the organization and effectiveness of our impact. The Finance and Operations Manager is proactive, detail-oriented and a team player.
Responsibilities and duties are listed under posting at NewAmericanLeaders.org/careers
Qualifications • Passion for serving immigrant communities and building a multiracial democracy. • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to set and meet deadlines. • Proficient knowledge of Excel, including experience with large spreadsheets • Experience in using web-based business software for billing and invoicing, (e.g. bill.com, Tallie, Intacct). • 3+ years of related experience in finance, budgeting and accounting, preferably in non-profit financial management. • Experience managing at least a $2M annual organizational budget • Self-starter who happily takes initiative on individual projects, but also works well in cooperative decision-making settings and can communicate financial information to people with varying levels of comfort.
Salary range is $65-$75,000 (commensurate with experience) with a comprehensive benefits package.
Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus https://www.advancingjustice-alc.org/news-resources/job-listing/legislative-director
Community Advocate, Immigrant Rights Program
Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus (ALC) seeks to hire an empathetic, grassroots-centered, self-motivated Community Advocate to join our Immigrant Rights Program. The Immigrant Rights Program addresses the intersection of criminal and immigration systems. The Community Advocate will work with clients in prisons and immigration detention centers, and work with program staff to devise creative strategies for advocacy and mobilization. Our work includes community education, legal representation, and advocacy campaigns on behalf of our clients and low-income immigrants and communities of color.
The Community Advocate will represent ALC in our work to build power for immigrants, centering those who are formerly or currently incarcerated and facing deportation. The Community Advocate will work with impacted individuals and coalition partners in advocacy campaigns. This will involve building relationships with clients, community members and leaders, and organizational partners, and representing ALC in coalitions and alliances.
Community Advocate: Reimagining Community Safety
Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus (ALC) seeks to hire an empathetic, grassroots-centered, self-motivated Community Advocate to join its growing Criminal Justice Reform Program. The Criminal Justice Reform Program aims to diminish societal reliance on carceral systems – police, jails, prisons, ICE detention, surveillance, and supervision – in ways that will strengthen the low-income and immigrant Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities we serve. In particular, we seek to disentangle police from immigration enforcement and to reimagine AAPI community safety by building preventative, restorative, and community-based alternatives to our punitive criminal legal system. Our work includes community education, legal representation, and policy advocacy on behalf of low-income immigrants and communities of color.
The Community Advocate will represent ALC in work to implement and build trust in restorative justice programs that serve AAPI communities, as well as other ways to heal and build community in response to violence and other harms. This will involve helping to establish and grow our program’s collaboration with organizations and individuals from other communities of color, especially Black and Latinx communities. It will also involve building relationships with AAPI community partners and community leaders, and educating members of low-income AAPI communities about non-punitive responses to interpersonal violence.
In addition, although the primary focus of this Community Advocate will be on reimagining community safety, this Community Advocate may represent ALC as needed in local and state coalitions in our work to disentangle police and prisons from immigration enforcement.
Paralegal, Immigrant Rights Program
Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus (ALC) seeks to hire a paralegal to work in collaboration with attorneys and other staff in the Immigrant Rights Program to provide high-quality, client-centered representation to individuals facing detention and deportation. The paralegal will participate in all aspects of the Immigrant Rights Program’s provision of legal services in removal proceedings and related legal matters, including working directly with clients and their loved ones. Consistent with ALC’s multi-pronged approach, the paralegal’s direct services work will be integrated with impact strategies and community empowerment work. In addition, the paralegal will provide support for impact litigation within the Immigrant Rights Program and other ALC programs depending on need and capacity.
Senior Program Coordinator, Criminal Justice Reform
Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus The Senior Program Coordinator in the Criminal Law Reform Program is an exciting opportunity to reimagine Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community safety at a critical time.
The Senior Program Coordinator will play a leadership role in ALC’s work to fund, implement, and build trust in violence prevention and restorative justice programs that serve AAPI communities, as well as other ways to heal and build community in response to violence and other harms. This will involve working to establish and grow our program’s collaboration with organizations and individuals from other communities of color, especially Black and Latinx communities. It will also involve building relationships with AAPI community partners and community leaders, and educating members of low-income AAPI communities about non-punitive responses to interpersonal violence.
The Criminal Justice Reform Program aims to diminish societal reliance on carceral systems – police, jails, prisons, ICE detention, surveillance, and supervision – in ways that will strengthen the low-income and immigrant AAPI communities we serve. In particular, we seek to disentangle police from immigration enforcement and to reimagine AAPI community safety by building preventative, restorative, and community-based alternatives to our punitive criminal legal system. Our work includes community education, legal representation, and policy advocacy on behalf of low-income immigrants and communities of color.
Staff Attorney, Criminal Justice Reform Program
Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus (ALC) seeks to hire a passionate, movement-oriented, and creative Staff Attorney to join its growing Criminal Justice Reform Program. The Criminal Justice Reform Program aims to diminish societal reliance on carceral systems – police, jails, prisons, ICE detention, surveillance, and supervision – in ways that will strengthen the low-income and immigrant Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities we serve. In particular, we seek to disentangle police from immigration enforcement and to reimagine AAPI community safety by building preventative, restorative, and community-based alternatives to our punitive criminal legal system. Our work includes community education, legal representation, and policy advocacy on behalf of low-income immigrants and communities of color.
The Staff Attorney will engage in policy advocacy, coalition-building, and litigation to build alternatives to our punitive criminal legal system while reducing the role of the existing system, and to disentangle police from immigration enforcement. This work will require the attorney to work creatively with other ALC programs and with community partners to develop and implement innovative strategies that shift resources and responsibilities from the punitive criminal legal system into effective, community-based solutions. It will also require the attorney to build consensus in cross-racial, cross-community coalitions.
The Multicultural Coalition Created in 2001 by community leaders, The Multicultural Coalition (MC) is a nonprofit organization that provides direct navigational assistance to newcomers in Central Nebraska. The agency most frequently serves immigrants, people of color, and low-income families, but its doors are open to all people who need direction. Our team focuses on helping clients overcome socio-economic barriers that prevent them from thriving. Staff works with clients individually to obtain immigration status and documentation; gain employment and dependable income; secure housing and transportation; enroll in school and educational programs; access healthcare and insurance; and find food and nutritional resources.
MC’s mission is empowering individuals, embracing cultures, and strengthening community. When we help clients meet their basic needs, we reinforce their ability to sustain their own wellbeing. Our team’s assistance enables local economies and communities to become richer. MC’s team is the direct mechanism to achieving its mission.
The Executive Director is responsible for carrying out the mission according to the strategic direction of the Board of Directors. He or she will take a leadership role in the agency’s strategic planning, organizational management, financial management, donor cultivation and fund management, public relations, and Board relations.
Digital Communications Strategist
Define American Define American is a non-profit narrative change organization that uses the power of storytelling to humanize conversations about immigrants.
We are looking for an experienced, energetic, and collaborative communicator with 5+ years of social media experience to join our team as a full-time Digital Communications Strategist. This person will explore and push the boundaries of creative thought by managing the voice of Define American across digital platforms.
The Digital Communications Strategist will be responsible for driving and executing a compelling social media and email strategy to grow community channels and shape how our online audiences engage with the Define American brand. This person will be tasked with generating content for paid and organic social media, building effective email campaigns, engaging influencers across platforms, and transforming performance metrics into an impactful digital communications strategy. The ideal candidate is a self-starter with a passion for storytelling, strong attention to detail, and the ability to turn creative strategy into a meaningful digital experience for our target audiences. This requires the candidate to be familiar with project management, overseeing workflows, social media trends and tools, analytics reporting, and copy editing. The Digital Communications Strategist will report to the Communications Director.
Location: Remote Annual Compensation: Starts at $75,000; commensurate with experience Department: Strategic Operations, Communications Reports to: Communications Director Travel: <25%
Unlimited PTO for all staff Full medical, vision & dental insurance 401(k) match 12 weeks of fully paid parental leave Short & long-term disability coverage Life insurance coverage Internet + cell phone stipend Health & wellness reimbursement Television streaming service reimbursement Annual office supply stipend Professional development stipend
Health Services Coordinator (FT)
Hamkae Center This position primarily works on leading the health services protram, including signing Asian Americans in Virginia up fot health insurance during open enrollment periods (Medicaid, Affordable Care Act, CHAP). also includes outreach. Must be bilingual in Korean and English.