Legal Aid of North Carolina's Human Trafficking Initiative seeks a paralegal to assist with the preparation of immigration petitions such as U and T visas, Adjustments of Status, requests for certification from the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement, and other available relief to victims of human trafficking. The paralegal will also help prepare immigration petitions for trafficking victims served by Legal Aid's Battered Immigrant Project. The paralegal will work under the direct supervision of a licensed attorney and will work from Legal Aid's Farmworker Unit in Raleigh.
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Job Title: Director of Finance and Administration
Mission Statement: El Centro Hispano (ECH) is a grassroots community based organization dedicated to strength the community; build bridges, and advocates for inclusion and equity of Hispanic/Latinos in the Triangle Area of North Carolina.
Reports to: President/CEO
Location: Atlanta, Georgia (for exceptional candidates, willing to consider other program offices in established AFSC locations)
Application Deadline: October 16, 2016 (might be extended)
For consideration, please attach your resume and cover letter to the online application.
Position Code: 2016:SC02-001
Location: South Carolina
Bilingual (English/Spanish) Required
Minimum Salary: 15.60
Schedule: Regular Full Time Exempt
Apply online: www.telamon.org
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Hours and location: 30-40 hours per week, based in Raleigh.
Salary and benefits: Hiring range is $31,000-$35,000, depending on qualifications and hours worked. Benefits include paid time off, health insurance option, and a retirement plan with organizational match after probationary period.
Reports to: Deputy Executive Director
Paralegal: Immigration firm seeks a part-time paralegal or legal assistant in Greenville, NC and a full-time position in Durham, NC. The duties include assisting with nonimmigrant and immigrant cases as well as immigration court cases. Answering phones and translating are required. Qualified candidates must have a commitment to hard work, attention to detail, excellent writing, excellent communication, and organization.
The Food Policy Project Administrator will serve as an important member of the World Food Policy Center (WFPC) planning effort, reporting to the Associate Director, and providing research, grant writing, communications and technical tool development, and outreach support for the proposed center.
We are seeking an Affordable Care Act navigator to serve residents of Forsyth County. The navigator will help eligible individuals enroll in qualified health plans on HealthCare.gov, apply for Medicaid, or apply for exemptions from the ACA’s requirement to have health coverage. The navigator will also participate in outreach and education programs with community partners, conduct education programs, and supervise and support volunteer navigators.
Type: Half-time, one-year commitment
Raleigh, North Carolina (or in close proximity to Raleigh)
The Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN), the North Carolina Justice Center (NCJC), and the American
NC Organizer overview: We are seeking a half-time staff member to join the SEIRN team as the North Carolina Community Organizer. As the NC Organizer you will organize, support and empower immigrants to stop/slow police-ICE collaboration and help strengthen a vibrant movement for immigrant justice centered on the leadership of directly impacted communities. You will coordinate collaborative work with partner organizations focused on stopping/slowing police-ICE collaboration.