We seek to hire individuals with a demonstrated commitment to immigrant rights and a passion for serving immigrants and refugees in need of legal services. If you feel that your qualifications fit the description for a position listed below, we invite you to send us a résumé and cover letter for review.
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project seeks a dynamic and seasoned Finance Director, looking to work at the intersection between human rights and the existing U.S. legal system. NWIRP boasts a working environment filled with inspiring work and incredible colleagues. And during a time when NWIRP is experiencing heightened visibility and substantial growth, this position can envision our movement’s potential and help shape the way forward.
NWIRP’s Finance Director is supervisor to collabora tive team of two that has organizational wide impact. In 2021, NWIRP is projected to have a staff of 100+ and an annual budget of approximately $14.5 million with nearly one-third of revenue coming from individuals.
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Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is on the frontlines of protecting and defending immigrant rights. Due to the political landscape and its impact on immigrant rights, NWIRP is experiencing heightened visibility and a dramatic increase in the need for client services, as well as substantial financial growth.
NWIRP seeks a dynamic, highly-collaborative and seasoned Development Director to harness this moment and use their passion and talents to build a more just world. The right candidate is deeply values-based and highly relational. NWIRP strongly encourages candidates that have lived or adjacent experience to that of our served community to join our largely POC/immigrant leadership team.
The Development Director will lead NWIRP’s largely self-managed development department during one of the most dynamic times in the organization’s history. Specific goals include oversight of a robust annual fund and event plan; mobilizing the Board of Directors, and managing and mentoring a growing and talented team of development staff. NWIRP brings its core values of fairness, self-determination, and inclusion into all aspects of its work, and seeks an individual who is interested in the continued pursuit of community-centric fundraising practices.
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Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is seeking law student applications for full-time (10 week) summer internship positions in our Granger and Wenatchee offices. Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) is the only nonprofit organization providing comprehensive immigration legal services to immigrants with low income across Washington State. NWIRP promotes justice by defending and advancing the rights of immigrants through direct legal services, systemic advocacy, and community education. NWIRP’s Granger and Wenatchee offices work closely with farmworkers and their families in rural communities in Eastern Washington, and this position aims to support this rural community population. The ideal candidate is part of the Washington State rural community. The position will be remote due to COVID.
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