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Integration Policy Manager
The Forum’s newly created Integration Policy Manager position is an exciting opportunity for a motivated, experienced professional to play a critical role in the development and execution of the Forum’s integration policy priorities. As a critical member of the Forum’s Policy Team and working closely with other Forum staff, other organizations and partners, the Integration Policy Manager will lead research and development of policy priorities related to immigrant integration. To learn more about this position and how to apply see this job description.
Director of Communications
The Forum seeks a Director of Communications to lead the organization’s communications function including development and implementation of creative and effective media/communications strategies to support advocacy and program priorities and increase the positive public perception of the Forum. The Director of Communications will provide leadership in supporting the communications component of constituency and campaign networks of national and local organizations and oversee traditional and new media relations, website and blog strategy, media appearances and collateral development related to the Forum’s work. For more on what the position entails and for instructions on how to apply, see this job description
Bethlehem Project Business Outreach Consultant
The Forum seeks to engage a part time Business Outreach Coordinator to work on the Bethlehem Project in New York, NY.The goal of the Forum’s Bethlehem Project is to combine access to Citizenship services as well as English learning and civics training. By offering these immigrant integration services, we can help hard-working immigrants achieve essential skills that will increase their productivity and earning potential, allow them to fully engage as citizens in their new homeland and better their lives and those of their families. For more on what the position entails and for instructions on how to apply, see this job description.
Director of Policy and Advocacy
The National Immigration Forum seeks a Director of Policy and Advocacy to direct the organization’s advocacy work with the executive and legislative branches of government. The Director of Policy and Advocacy will contribute to developing policy priorities and provide leadership, planning, management and oversight in meeting the Board of Directors’ public policy priorities. Working closely with the Executive and Deputy Directors, Forum communications and constituency staff, the Director coordinates strategies, tactics, messaging and communications. For more on what the position entails and for instructions on how to apply, see this job description.
Faith Outreach Intern
The National Immigration Forum seeks a Faith Outreach Intern for Summer 2014 to assist our Constituencies team. The Faith Outreach Intern works, in conjunction with the Faith Coordinator and Constituencies Program Director, on outreach to faith leaders across the nation in support of compassionate and just immigration reform. This often includes event planning, staffing coalition meetings, research, strategic communications including social media, and special projects. For more on what the position entails and for instructions on how to apply, see this job description
The National Immigration Forum seeks a self-starting full- or part-time Communications intern for winter-spring 2014 to assist our Communications team. The Communications intern works, in conjunction with the Communications team, on outreach to national, state and ethnic media, and will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects for additional details, and for instruction on how to apply, see this position description.
The National Immigration Forum seeks a legal intern to assist the with research, analysis, drafting of written materials, and monitoring activities of the executive and legislative branches of government on immigration issues. For more information, see this position description.