Links to Jobs and Opportunities

Jobs, internships, and other opportunities across the U.S. and beyond! We re-post listings in the language(s) received. For more information about these opportunities, visit the links below. This list is updated monthly and stays up for two months; please let us know if something should be removed before that time.

LatinxEd will provide each virtual college access advisor with a fall semester stipend of $5,000 for time spent with the program, including training, weekly meetings, and online advising support.  Continuation of this position in the Spring semester is contingent on success of the pilot and funding.

Weekly team meetings starting August 17; 12-15 hours per week, mostly in afternoon/evening hours.

Proposed Start Date
By August 17

Farmworker Justice (“FJ”) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to empowering farmworkers to improve immigration policy, wages and working conditions, occupational safety, health and access to justice.  FJ engages in legislative and administrative advocacy, public education, capacity-building, and impact litigation, frequently in collaboration with farmworker organizations, labor unions, and other advocacy groups.

Description of Position

Farmworker Justice (FJ) is a non-profit national advocacy organization based in Washington, DC dedicated to empowering farmworkers and their families. FJ is hiring a highly qualified individual for the Occupational Safety and Health Project Coordinator position to support FJ’s health promotion, occupational safety and health, and capacity-building projects.

The Institute for the Study of the Americas (ISA) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is hiring a Program Coordinator for the Building Integrated Communities initiative, a community planning and leadership initiative that partners with North Carolina local governments to create inclusive practices and policies for residents born in other countries. The position is 30 hours a week with benefits. Candidates must be bilingual in English and Spanish.

tilde Language Justice Cooperative is seeking out an Operations Manager (OM) to help us meet our growing administrative needs as a small business. The OM role will be a half-time contract position, starting at $20/hr and up to 30 total hours per two-week pay-period (Up to $600 every 2 weeks). The OM will play a key support and coordination role in tilde’s operations, working closely with our bookkeeper and reporting directly to tilde’s Finance Manager. Their efforts will focus on our three work areas, detailed below.

The Farm Labor Organizing Committee (FLOC) is both a social movement and a labor union. Our immediate constituency is migrant workers in the agricultural industry, but we are also involved with immigrant workers, Latinos, our local communities, and national and international coalitions concerned with justice. FLOC was founded in 1967 to organize for economic, legal and human rights for farmworkers in the Midwest, and now represents more than 10,000 farmworkers in Ohio, Michigan, North and South Carolina.

Delivers the full range of job services to the public, with special emphasis on Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers (MSFWs) and agricultural employers, including: recruiting, interviewing, and referring workers to employers for potential job opportunities; conducting outreach to MSFWs who are not being reached by the normal intake activities provided by local office staff; and preparing and processing agricultural job orders, using the Agricultural Recruiting System (ARS).

Episcopal Farmworker Ministry (EFWM) is seeking a fulltime Disaster Relief Program Coordinator to lead the implementation of direct services, community education efforts, and advocacy. We believe that the community’s voice should shape our response and determine the trajectory of our programming.

The Disaster Recovery Group of Duplin County is seeking one part time Hurricane Florence Disaster Recovery Case Manager. The part time Disaster Recovery Case Manager is responsible for providing a wide variety of disaster recovery client services, including disaster relief, assessments, supportive services, information and referral for financial assistance, advocacy, and the development of long-term disaster recovery plans.

Position Summary: Solidaire’s Theory of Liberation calls for the Finance & Operations Team to strengthen the organization's infrastructure and capacity, to enable staff to better support our Movement Partners and members. The Operations Manager is a central part of the Team and is responsible for managing the organization's purchasing, payments, documents, and credit card reconciliation.