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As a federal contractor, CWS also uses E-Verify to confirm newly-hired employees’ legal eligibility to work in the US. E-Verify is an internet-based system that compares information from an employee’s Form I-9, to data from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration records to confirm employment eligibility.
Employers may not use E-Verify to pre-screen job applicants or to re-verify current employees and may not limit or influence the choice of document presented for use on the Form I-9.
IMPORTANT: If the government cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, CWS is required to provide you written instructions and an opportunity to contact SSA and/or DHS before taking adverse action against you, including terminating your employment.
- Employment Specialist – Temporary – Lancaster, PA
- Hunger, Research, and Innovation Intern – New York, NY
- Director of Foundation Relations – TBD
- Integration Assistance Lead Program Specialist – Broward County / Palm Beach, FL
- Volunteer Interpreter (Multiple Opportunities) – New York, NY
- Childcare Worker – Durham, NC
- Employment Specialist – Harrisonburg, VA
- Information Technology Intern – Elkhart, IN
- Research Assistant (Consultant)
- Legal Intern – New York, NY
- In-Processing Manager – Nairobi, Kenya
- Resettlement Officer – Nairobi, Kenya
- Fall Immigration and Refugee Program Paid Internship – New York
- Deputy Director for Administration – Nairobi, Kenya
- Project Coordinator, Urban Refugee Self-Reliance – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
- Climate Change and Accountable Governance Intern – Washington, DC
- Refugee Cultural Orientation Instructor and Transportation Facilitator – Lancaster, PA
- Administrative/Financial Assistant – Miami, FL
- Attorney – Palm Beach County, FL
- Paralegal (Two open positions) – Palm Beach County, FL
- Contract Compliance Specialist – Miami, FL
- Outreach Volunteers (Multiple Opportunities) – New York, NY
- Immigration Volunteer (Multiple Opportunities) – New York, NY
- Internship Opportunities - Immigration and Refugee Program – Washington, D.C.
Employment Listings with Descriptions
The Employment Specialist is responsible for providing employment assessment, job counseling, job placement, employment-related translation and interpretation services, and case management to eligible clients in the Employment Program of CWS/Lancaster. With the goal of self-sufficiency for each individual or family, the Employment Specialist works closely with clients, CWS Job Developer, and employers to remove barriers to employment and secure successful job placements. »
This Internship position is part of Hunger, Research, and Innovation and focused on assisting the Executive Vice President with research, networking, video blogs and social media. »
The Director of Foundation Relations will provide leadership for the foundations vertical for CWS with a priority focus on identifying, cultivating, and managing key relationships with large national/international foundations and select family foundations. The Director will be responsible for supporting the fundraising goals of CWS and leveraging key relationships and contacts within the United States. »
Responsible for conducting and organizing the Integration Assistance Program outreach activities, community presentations and workshops in collaboration with the Integration Assistance Program Coordinator. The incumbent will be responsible for providing clients with case management, referrals to the various social service agencies including educational, employment medical, and legal providers, perform home visits, and appropriate follow-up of referrals. This position will be located in Broward County; however, the incumbent will be required to work in the Palm Beach location as needed. »
As a Volunteer, you will assist CWS Legal Services in making contact with Limited English Proficient immigrants who are interested in attending immigration legal services clinics and events and receiving legal services. »
The Childcare Worker ensures the safety of refugee children while their parents attend CWS English Language Training classes and facilitates age-appropriate games and activities designed to increase early English language comprehension. »
The Employment Specialist is responsible for providing employment assessment, job counseling, job development and placement, coordination of employment-related translation and interpretation services, and case management to eligible clients in a timely, appropriate and effective manner ensuring the client’s early employment and self-sufficiency. »
This position provides computer hardware and software, communication systems, data management systems, and web interface support for Church World Service. This includes e-mail administration, LAN administration, Intranet management and other similar functions. This position supports the local Elkhart offices as well as remote offices throughout the country. »
The intern has responsibility of providing immigration legal services to clients, under the supervision of the CWS/IRP New York Staff Attorney.
She/he conducts outreach to identify and engage clients; supports the Staff Attorney with her immigration caseload either by conducting research or writing memorandums of law. Under the supervision of the Staff Attorney, recruits volunteers who assist in running immigration legal clinics and citizenship group processing events. »
This position manages the In-Processing Unit, which includes all non-field based USRAP in-processing activities including case creation and management of applicant security checks. The position works closely with the Out-Processing Manager, Field Team Coordinator, Data Integrity Coordinator and Deputy Director for Operations.
This is a full time position within the Africa Regional Deployment Unit, which strategically utilizes RSC deployments to UNHCR with the goal of increasing referrals to the US Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) in Africa. The primary function of the Resettlement Officer is to support the goals of ARDU through temporary deployments to UNHCR offices throughout sub-Saharan Africa. Tasks to be completed while on deployment will be determined in Terms of Reference for each deployment and will include activities that support refugee resettlement, including interviewing and writing resettlement referrals to the USRAP. »
If you are a graduate or undergraduate student who are looking for a real-world experience in a fundraising environment, CWS is offering an internship opportunity in our New York City office. This position works primarily from the CWS Corporate Center (475 Riverside Drive, New York, New York 10115). »
The Deputy Director for Administration is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of the administration of the RSC Africa office, including the management of financial resources, physical assets, human resources and information technology. The Deputy Director for Administration ensures compliance with CWS and DOS/PRM policies, including A-133 audit requirements as well as US and Kenyan laws. This position is part of the RSC Africa Senior Management team and works closely with the Deputy Director for Operations, the Cultural Orientation Coordinator and the staff at CWS corporate center in New York. »
The Project Coordinator will oversee the design and implementation of a 12-month pilot project to increase urban refugees' self reliance in Cameroon, Rwanda and Tanzania. The position will supervise the work of project officers in each of the three project locations, develop training and case management tools for use in the pilot, and assess the impact and replicability of the approach using data collected from project participants. (Hiring for this position is expected but will be subject to funding approval). »
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