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E-Verify: Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States. To comply with this law, CWS must collect information regarding an employee’s identity and employment eligibility and document that information on a document referred to as Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, no later than three business days from when the employee begins work for pay. If you are hired, you will be required to provide certain information on the form necessary to establish your identity and eligibility to work in the United States and certain required supporting documents.
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 Part Time - Spanish – Lancaster, PA
- Associate Director for Data Integrity – New York, NY
- Temporary Refugee Health Case Manager (Part-time 24 hours/week) – Lancaster, PA
- Office Director – Greensboro, NC
- Intern - Climate Change & Accountable Governance – Washington DC
- Administrative Support Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Resettlement Officer – Nairobi, Kenya
- Family Composition Assurance Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Ethics and Fraud Training Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Publications and Media Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Supply Chain Management Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Case Preparation & Presentation Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Case Quality Assurance Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Program Development Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Cultural Orientation Interpreter Training Intern – Nairobi, Kenya
- Family Reunification Specialist – Nairobi, Kenya
- Senior Field Team Leader – Pretoria, South Africa
- Resettlement Program Case Manager – Miami, FL
- Attorney – Palm Beach, FL
- Staff Attorney (UAC) – Miami, FL
- Data Management Intern (up to 20 hrs/week for six months and then reviewed) – Elkhart, IN
- Border Policy Counsel – Washington, D.C.
- Accounting Assistant (Part-Time: 20 hours/week) – Lancaster, PA
- Caseworker II – Nairobi, Kenya
- Regional Director, Africa – Nairobi, Kenya or other locations in Africa
- Senior Team Field Leader – Pretoria, South Africa
- Caseworker I – Pretoria, South Africa
- Caseworker II – Nairobi, Kenya
- Volunteer Interpreter (Multiple Opportunities) – New York, NY
- Legal Intern – New York, NY
- Research Assistant (Consultant)
- Immigration Volunteer (Multiple Opportunities) – New York, NY
- Outreach Volunteers (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. »
The Associate Director for Data Integrity is responsible for ensuring the integrity of CWS/IRP’s refugee case processing data, and reports directly to the Deputy Director for Programs. This position oversees statistical reports generated within CWS/IRP operations and is responsible for the quality and coherent management/control of all refugee data entered into the Integrated Refugee Information System (IRIS). The position is also responsible for ensuring the data security of all refugee information/files and serves as a resource to the local offices and affiliate network on the same. »
The Temporary Refugee Health Case Manager will partner with community healthcare providers to supplement existing services that do not adequately address the mental and physical health needs of refugees in Lancaster County and will provide case management services for arriving refugee cases with intensive health and/or mental health issues. »
The Office Director articulates the mission of CWS; oversees program design and implementation; ensures organizational compliance with grants and contracts; manages effective delivery of services; promotes the involvement of local congregations and community members in resettlement; and represents CWS in interactions with the State Refugee Coordinator. The Office Director is responsible for the daily operations and services provided by CWS/IRP through the office in Greensboro, North Carolina, providing services and oversight to all programs including, but not limited to Reception & Placement, Matching Grant and any other programs offered by CWS/IRP. The Office Director will initially be responsible for all service delivery and operations of a single staff office. This position directly reports to the CWS/IRP Regional Director for US Programs at CWS Corporate Center (CC) in New York. »
Our DC Office is a part of the Policy and Advocacy department which is looking for an intern to provide support to the Advocacy team that works on Climate Change, Human Rights and Accountable Governance in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
If you are a current undergraduate or post graduate student, seeking course credits or additional experience in Climate Change and/or Accountable Governance in a Policy and Advocacy environment, then this internship with CWS may be suitable.
This position is responsible for evaluating current polices and procedures in human resources, information technology, finance, and general services to assure compliance with US government regulations. »
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. »
This position is responsible for reviewing all Post-Prescreening cases (referred to as target cases below) to ensure related individuals and cases (x-refs below) are processed and departed appropriately. »
This position is responsible for evaluating current ethics and fraud training materials and expanding training resources for the RSC Africa workforce. »
This position is primarily responsible for development and production of RSC/RDP publications. »
This position is responsible for evaluating and developing support for the supply chain management of RSC Africa. »
This position is responsible for reviewing all Post-Prescreening cases (referred to as target cases below) to ensure cases are ready for presentation to CIS. This will require reviewing both the physical and digital files to ensure all required information has been captured and the case is ready for presentation with all needed documents. »
This position is responsible for reviewing all Post-Prescreening cases (referred to as target cases below) to ensure digital files in WRAPS Database match exactly what is in the physical file per RSC Africa Standard Operating Procedures. »
This position is responsible for assisting the CWS Regional Representative and Program Coordinators in identifying and securing funding for programs that will enhance the CWS Relief Development and Protection (RDP) program operations and augment USG funding for CWS Africa RDP. The position also provides administrative support as needed. »
The Interpreter Training Intern will primarily assist the Interpreter Training Specialist (ITS) with developing an advanced interpreter training curriculum and improving the current curriculum. The position works closely with other members of the Cultural Orientation (CO) Division including the Curriculum Development Specialist (CDS). »
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