Links to Jobs and Opportunities

Jobs, internships, and other opportunities across the U.S. and beyond! We re-post listings in the language(s) received. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below. This list is updated monthly and stays up for two months; please let us know if something should be removed before that time.

Two internship positions available with Audubon NC for this summer and fall, one in communications and one in our working lands program. They have a stipend attached and detailed in the attached job descriptions. We are looking for capable applicants with a variety of backgrounds and are encouraging women of color to apply. The positions have a tentative start date of May 20 and run for a 12-19 week period depending on availability and schedule.

Rights and Resources Group is a non-profit organization that serves as coordinating mechanism for the Rights and Resources Initiative, a global coalition to advance forest tenure, policy and market reforms. Rights and Resources Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

We are looking for a full-time dedicated individual who will take initiative, demonstrate responsibility, and become an integral part of our small and passionate team. 

Duke University’s Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research is seeking a full-time, bilingual (fluent in Spanish and English) Senior Data Tech to complete community outreach, networking, and research activities as part of a collaborative study entitled Proyecto Luz 2.0, a multi-year study about immigration, health and safety.

Applicants with experience working with Latino immigrants in the Triangle and organizations serving this population are highly encouraged to apply.

THE ORGANIZATION

National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund was established in 1981 to promote the full participation of Latinos in the American political process, from citizenship to public service. NALEO Educational Fund (NEF) achieves its mission through integrated strategies that include increasing the effectiveness of Latino policymakers, mobilizing the Latino community to engage in civic life and promoting policies that advance Latino political engagement.

The Dolores Huerta Foundation is a non-profit organization inspiring and organizing communities to build volunteer based organizations empowered to pursue social justice. Check out our current openings here.

About SONG: Southerners on New Ground (SONG) is a regional Queer Liberation organization made up of people of color, immigrants, undocumented people, people with disabilities, working class and rural and small town, LGBTQ people in the South. We believe that we are bound together by a shared desire for ourselves, each other, and our communities to survive and thrive. We believe that Community Organizing is the best way for us to build collective power and transform the South.

The Interpreter Supervisor is based in the Maternal and Child Health Section of the Public Health Division for Wake County Human Services.  This position will lead an in-house team of six (6) Spanish-speaking interpreters who provide support to maternal health nurses, care managers, and clinic staff across Wake County.  This position will report directly to the Maternal and Child Health Program Consultant.   

The Program

Through the fellowship, a diverse group of mid-career professionals from the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors — including indigenous, Afro, women, and LGBTQI Latinos — gain the knowledge, skills, and networks to thrive. The interactive program includes:

  • An in-person orientation focused on building collective power through new professional relationships

  • Learning sessions within communities of practice that build an understanding of systemic racism and support individual and collective agency in changing oppressive systems

Southern Partners Fund (“SPF”), founded in July 1998, is a public foundation created and governed by experienced grassroots community leaders. Our mission is: to serve rural southeastern communities and organizations seeking social, economic and environmental justice by providing them with financial resources, technical assistance and training, and access to systems of information and power.
 

Title: Program Officer

Reports to: Executive Director

FLSA* Status: Exempt

Pay Range: $45,000 - $65,000 (Commensurate with Experience)

 

Alianza Nacional de Campesinas (National Alliance of Farmworker Women) was founded in 2011 as an informal network of farmworker women-serving organizations with the specific aim of bringing unity and coherence to this growing, but greatly under-supported and underrepresented movement of working women. Since then, it has worked to ensure that campesinas have a place at the decision-making tables and a unified voice at forums that set the agenda for issues of critical importance to them and their families.

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