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- Media Associate – Washington, D.C.
- Senior Field Team Leader – Pretoria, South Africa
- Vocational Education Facilitator - part time (30 hours/week) – Lancaster, PA
- Resettlement Program Case Manager – Miami, FL
- Attorney – Palm Beach, FL
- Community Resource Coordinator – Durham, NC
- Staff Attorney (UAC) – Miami, FL
- Best Interest Determinations (BIDs) Specialist – Nairobi, Kenya
- Border Policy Counsel – Washington, D.C.
- Data Management Intern (up to 20 hrs/week for six months and then reviewed) – Elkhart, IN
- Accounting Assistant (Part-Time: 20 hours/week) – Lancaster, PA
- Fundraiser / Volunteer Coordinator – Lancaster, PA
- Caseworker II – Nairobi, Kenya
- Resettlement Case Manager - Spanish – Lancaster, PA
- Regional Director, Africa – Nairobi, Kenya or other locations in Africa
- Associate Development Officer – California (Los Angeles or San Francisco)
- Caseworker I – Pretoria, South Africa
- Cultural Orientation Trainer – Pretoria, South Africa
- Field Team Leader – Pretoria, South Africa
- Information Technology Officer – Pretoria, South Africa
- Caseworker II – Pretoria, South Africa
- Cultural Orientation Field Team Leader – Pretoria, South Africa
- Senior Team Field Leader – Pretoria, South Africa
- Administrative Assistant – Pretoria, South Africa
- Logistics Officer – Pretoria, South Africa
- Finance Officer – Pretoria, South Africa
- Field Team Supervisor – Pretoria, South Africa
- Project Officer (Consultant) – Pretoria, South Africa
- Cultural Orientation Curriculum Development Specialist – Nairobi, Kenya
- Employment Specialist - Spanish – Lancaster, PA
- Africa Regional Deployment Unit (ARDU) Manager – Nairobi, Kenya
- Kenya Country Director – Nairobi, Kenya
- Caseworker II – Nairobi, Kenya
- Volunteer Interpreter (Multiple Opportunities) – New York, NY
- Research Assistant (Consultant)
- Legal Intern – New York, NY
- 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 Media Associate will join a growing, fun, creative and highly effective advocacy team in Washington DC that seeks to achieve bold social change for immigrant and refugee rights and an international anti-poverty agenda. The ideal candidate will love to live and breathe a coalition approach to advocacy and thrive in a job in which no day is the same. What does this mean? In the morning, you might be organizing email contact data in Excel, but before lunch you’ll be pitching op-eds to national press outlets – and by mid-afternoon you’ll be out in the sun coordinating partners and press at a civil disobedience action.
This hybrid traditional-new media position will continue to grow and build a vision and strategy for the synergy of offline and online social campaigning and public education. You will work in concert with CWS policy and grassroots organizing staff to advance CWS key advocacy priorities as we mobilize advocates, champions and partners to speak out to the press and their elected leaders and policymakers. You will love partnerships and have experience growing and mobilizing coalitions around new and challenging areas of work.
The Media Associate will also be driven to build the communications capacity of others and not just do the work for them. You’ll amplify our incredible and growing chorus of faith, refugee and ally voices across the country. You’ll train and equip fellow staff, faith leaders, refugee partners and legal experts in the CWS network to effectively communicate both with the press and through online channels.
This team member will join and be at the intersection of the CWS Advocacy, Communications and Marketing, and Immigration and Refugee Program staff teams.
This position is primarily responsible for daily supervision of Field Team staff on RSC or CIS circuit rides and for overseeing case follow-up and planning and preparation of circuit rides while in Pretoria. The RSC field teams are grouped in a regional and functional structure. The Senior FTL will exhibit the highest professional standards and serve as a role model for CWS and RSC professionalism and commitment to the mission of RSC Africa. »
The C/H Vocational Education Facilitator is responsible for providing outreach, vocational training, and case management to the Cuban and Haitian communities for the Work Preparation – ESL Project as part of the CWS/Lancaster Employment Program. This position will promote the program among Cuban and Haitian Entrants and refugees and identify eligible clients for placement in the program as well as provide on-going vocational training, case management, and some job development services for clients. »
To provide Pre and Post arrival case management services to refugees through the US Reception and Placement Program and to provide services to eligible clients enrolled in the Matching Grant Program. This position requires knowledge of case management and sponsorship development as it applies to Federal and State funded social services programs. »
The incumbent is responsible for the management of all areas relating to the CWS Palm Beach County Office Legal Department. This position is responsible for the day to day operations of the legal department including but not limited to staff supervision, case review, and assignment of cases to staff attorneys, court representation, and service provision. This position is stationed in Palm Beach County. »
The Community Resource Coordinator is responsible for developing and implementing bold and innovative approaches to fundraising and community partnership. Duties include organizing and administering of CWS Durham’s annual fundraising and generating and coordinating community support for refugees. »
The incumbent is responsible for providing legal representation to clients in accordance with the terms of CWS contracts with the funding sources. This position may require travel to Broward and Palm Beach Counties. »
This position utilizes the strategic use of RSC deployments to UNHCR in order to increase referrals to the US Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) in Africa. UNHCR requires that Best Interest Determinations (BIDs) be conducted for all unaccompanied and separated refugee children being considered for resettlement. RSC Africa seeks to work with UNHCR to help identify and prepare BID/BIA reports for relevant child populations for the purposes of identifying durable solutions, including resettlement to the USRAP. The primary function of the BIDs Specialist is to support the program goals of ARDU through temporary deployments to UNHCR offices throughout sub-Saharan Africa in order to support refugee resettlement activities, including interviewing and preparing BID/BIA reports. »
CWS is seeking a dynamic and effective individual to assist in the analysis and development of federal legislative and administrative policy that impacts the civil and human rights of southern border residents and that advance the policy solutions of Southern Border Communities Coalition (SBCC) to uplift the needs and aspirations of border residents to live with dignity and address abuse of power and impunity within Customs and Border Protection (CBP). »
The Data Management Intern will support the Data Management Director in various aspects of data management, constituent relationship management (CRM) and data analysis. The Data Management Intern will learn and use the CRM, donor and other databases while developing systems, standard operating procedures, and assisting end users to accomplish tasks. Knowledge of or interest in databases is a plus. This is a great opportunity for those looking for experience working with non-profit fundraising technology. »
Provide accounting and financial support for Lancaster, PA CWS Immigration and Refugee Program (IRP) office. »
The Fundraiser/Volunteer Coordinator is primarily responsible for developing and implementing bold and innovative approaches to fundraising and community partnership, including soliciting, coordinating, and grooming volunteers. The incumbent organizes and manages the fundraising and community partnership efforts of Church World Service/Lancaster according to established policies and guidelines. This includes a limited number of annual fundraising events, and donor recognition. Duties also include organizing and administering a year-round communications program with the various donor and community audiences, designed to achieve organizational objectives and win community support and commitment. »
This position is primarily responsible for assisting eligible refugee applicants prepare the best possible case file for an interview with an Officer of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for final adjudication. »
The Resettlement Case Manager will provide resettlement case management services for newly arriving refugees, Cuban/Haitian entrants, and Match Grant clients within CWS/Lancaster. This position assists clients in accessing services and navigating local systems during the initial resettlement period. The position offers support and services to clients to help them reach self-sufficiency and successfully make a new home in the United States. »
The Regional Director (RD) is the face of CWS global in the region. The RD sets the vision, articulates the mission, creates the strategy in alignment with the CWS’s Mission and strategic framework, manages and oversees the regional organization including program development and implementation, ensures compliance of services within grants and contracts, and oversees effective delivery of key services.
The RD is responsible for providing leadership for technical program design, fund raising, accounting, and administrative support for CWS’s work in Sub-Saharan Africa. The RD oversees and provides strategic direction to CWS programming in the region including, but not limited to humanitarian response, and development. The RD nurtures and develops new CWS partnerships, and identifies opportunities for CWS program growth and expansion in the region.
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