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. This list is updated monthly. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below.

The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers is looking for a communications specialist to write monthly newspaper articles, produce web content, assist with media outreach and strategic, digital and social media communications. 


Project Access of Durham County (PADC), a non-profit organization, provides access to donated specialty medical care and services for uninsured residents of Durham County. The PADC main office is located at Duke Regional Hospital with satellite office at Lincoln Community Health Center.

Communications Manager
Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University

NALAC is hiring for three roles, and are looking for creative, passionate, and dedicated people to join our team. All three roles will be based out of our headquarters in San Antonio, TX, and are full-time positions with benefits and compensation in line with experience.

Take a look at each position below!

Deadline: September 15, 2017

Location: Durham, NC

Company Overview:

Founded in 2002, the Southern Documentary Fund is a nonprofit arts organization that cultivates documentaries made in or about the American South. Inspired by our core belief that documentaries have the power to change lives, SDF serves as a leading advocate for powerful Southern storytelling, providing filmmakers with professional support, grants, and creative community.

Position Description & Responsibilities:

Job Location: US-DC
Type: Regular Full-Time


Position will facilitate effective communication for the establishment and coordination of the Human Trafficking hotline and will ensure continued collaboration with statewide community partners.

Position will work with the HTC Coordinator to gather, input, and update a referral database available to Victim Service Providers and Law Enforcement to ensure victims have effective connection to core crisis intervention services.

The Student/Farmworker Alliance is seeking an Immokalee-based staff member to help coordinate the student and youth network within the national Campaign for Fair Food. Staff members are compensated with a modest, livable salary and health benefits. A commitment of a least three years and proficiency in English/Spanish are required. SFA Co-coordinators work as part of the larger Alliance for Fair Food staff.

Areas of work include but aren’t limited to:

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