Careers

Current Job Opportunities Available with Immigrant Justice Corps

 

  • Community Fellowship – Class of 2018

    The Immigrant Justice Corps (IJC) is currently hiring for our Class of 2018 Community Fellowship (Fellows start 09/2018)!  Community Fellows are recent college graduates who conduct outreach and legal intake in underserved neighborhoods in and around New York. Community Fellowships run for two years, at a salary of $38,000 per year plus benefits. Fellows will be trained by Immigrant Justice Corps at the start of their fellowship and will meet as a group throughout the course of the fellowship for professional development, skills training, and support. The Immigrant Justice Corps Fellowship provides an excellent experience for recent graduates considering a career in law and/or immigrant rights advocacy.

 

  • Director of Development

    The Immigrant Justice Corps (IJC) seeks a Director of Development with a proven track record to join our fellowship program.  The Director of Development will provide leadership in planning, organizing and directing all fundraising activities. The Director of Development will work closely with and support the fundraising efforts of the Executive Director and the Board of Directors.

 

  • Deputy Director

    The Immigrant Justice Corps (IJC) seeks a Deputy Director to join our fellowship program. The Deputy Director position is a new management position at IJC.  The successful candidate will be a strategic thought partner and implementer within IJC’s leadership. S/he will work closely with IJC’s Executive Director to achieve the organization’s mission. The Deputy Director must be an experienced leader with great judgment and a commitment to immigrant advocacy. Immigrant Justice Corps is currently a six- person permanent staff team, plus an annual cohort of 80 Fellows, 15-20 of whom are Immigrant Justice Corps employees.

 

  • Managing Attorney

    The Immigrant Justice Corps (IJC) seeks a Managing Attorney to join our fellowship program.  The Managing Attorney will report to IJC’s Deputy Director. The Managing Director will lead IJC’s legal practice, which includes two supervising attorneys, Justice and Community Fellows and Low Bono Practice.