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.

Building Integrated Communities (BIC), a statewide initiative of the Latino Migration Project at UNC Chapel Hill, is seeking a part-time Program Coordinator (24 hours/week), with a special focus on bilingual communications in Spanish and English.

Toxic Free NC is hiring a Just & Sustainable Agriculture Program Manager to strengthen our network of community leaders taking action on environmental health and justice! Please help us in sharing this opportunity. Thank you!

 Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation NPIP Interns spend a minimum of eight weeks during the summer with host organizations. Internships offer a range of exposure and skill-building opportunities in areas such as research, community outreach, public policy, communications, fundraising and social media. In addition to the internship, students will have the opportunity to connect with other interns in the program and participate in on-going professional development throughout the summer. Interns receive a taxable stipend of $3,200.

Catalyzing community change through primary care: a two-year fellowship

MedServe places future physicians in “rock star” primary care clinics across rural and other medically underserved communities to serve in both a clinical and community role.

Fellowship Perks:

Job Summary:
SCLS seeks a Migrant Attorney. This position provides civil litigation and outreach to low-income migrant and seasonal agricultural farmworkers. The primary areas of practice will include employment law, occupational safety and health law, and civil rights. The migrant attorney will assist in outreach to farmworker communities, camps, and develop relationships with other organizations serving farmworkers. The position requires some evening, weekend and overnight work to successfully reach the target groups.

Durham Community Land Trustees (DCLT) is a nonprofit organization that builds, manages, and advocates for permanent affordable housing in Durham, NC.  DCLT was established in the mid 1980’s by neighborhood residents of the West End who demanded better housing conditions.   For over 30 years, DCLT has used the community land trust model to curb displacement and create lasting affordability.  DCLT manages 200 rental properties including properties for seniors, families, veterans and individuals with disabilities.

The Eastern Migrant Education Program is currently looking for at least two regional recruiters to cover two different regions of the state. The first position will cover the North Central Region as well as some of the Northeast. The second position will cover the Southwest and Piedmont-Triad Regions.

Job Requirements:

NCAAT is seeking a field organizer for our voter registration program. The primary role of the organizer will be to lead voter registration drives and to recruit and manage volunteers. The field organizer will receive training and materials from the organization. Selected candidates will be expected to be able to manage volunteers, work with partner groups, operate administrative systems and communicate regularly with the Voter Engagement Director.

NCAAT is seeking a full-time Voter Engagement Director to manage our voter registration (VR) efforts, Get Out the Vote (GOTV) program, voter education (VE), voter protection (VP) and engagement events. The primary role of the director will be planning and executing creative and engaging efforts towards voter engagement and education in AAPI communities.

The Special Populations and Community Health Worker Coordinator (SP/CHWC) provides leadership for two areas of work: special populations and community health worker programs.  The SP/CHWC will lead NCCHCA’s training and technical assistance efforts related to the  Bureau of Primary Health Care’s (BPHC) defined special and priority populations by planning content for the annual East Coast Migrant Stream Forum conference, leading the Special Populations Health Workgroup, and staying up-to-date on issues affecting HRSA defined special populations.