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Career Opportunities

Join Our Team

If you wish to join our team at the Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law you can apply on our LinkedIn.

 

Our team utilizes some of the brightest professional minds out there in order to accomplish our work and provides an opportunity to show just how much impact we can bring to immigrant children and vulnerable communities.

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Make an Impact

While working with CHRCL you will be personally involved with creating great impact for the lives of countless immigrant children and vulnerable populations for years to come. Having a smaller team allows for the actions of each team member to be greatly noticeable while making a nationwide impact, exhibiting satisfaction and fulfillment that will last a lifetime.

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Team Camaraderie

Work ethic is one of our top priorities, this results in a team of likeminded individuals who are passionate about furthering our cause together with strong communication skills. We offer team building events and consistent meetings for team members to check up on one another. We encourage everyone to build lasting relationships a foster a community where we can rely upon one other.

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Work Flexibility

We are extremely passionate about what we do and always want to be open to new ideas and improvements we can implement. Team members will often be given a variety of tasks that can challenge one another, but provide growth and experience. We also have flexible work hours and the ability for employees to work remotely for special occasions.

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Benefits:

Current Opportunities

How to Apply:

Please email a resume, cover letter, & 3 references to pschey@centerforhumanrights.org & madison@centerforhumanrights.org. To be considered for the position please insert as the subject line “[Job Title] Applicant [Your Name].” apply via email only.

Description:

The Center is seeking a full-time Development and Outreach Coordinator to raise funds for or secure donations of items used in our work including major litigation, social justice advocacy campaigns, and projects such as our tents-4-homeless project.

Responsibilities:

  • Compiling and developing materials needed for funding proposals.

  • Develop and maintain media and donor contact lists.

  • Develop strategies to encourage individual donors.

  • Recruit sponsors, participants, and volunteers for fundraising events.

  • Secure commitments of participation or donation from individuals or corporate donors.

  • Write and submit proposals to fund major legal cases and social justice advocacy campaigns

  • Recruit, engage, train, and direct volunteers for participation in fundraising campaigns

  • Build powerful partnerships externally and internally

  • Coordinate digital and social media marketing and fundraising campaigns, including copy-writing, content creation, design, and execution.

  • Support the creation of donation pages and updates for ongoing digital fundraising campaigns.

  • Identify and network with key donors and volunteers

  • Work collaboratively with volunteers and donors as well as internal staff to broaden the volunteer network and increase mission impact and campaign income

  • Manage event logistics - digitally and in-person

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree.

  • Exceptional research, writing, and analytical skills.

  • Demonstrated commitment to social justice issues.

  • 2+ years of experience in fundraising/development

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

  • Ability to organize and prioritize multiple projects

  • Ability to read, comprehend and analyze number goals

  • Ability to use social media and other digital channels

Salary: $45,000.00 - $55,000.00 per year

 

Experience:

  • Fundraising: 2 years (Required)

  • Proposal writing: 2 years (Required)

  • Public relations: 2 years (Required)

  • Social media marketing: 2 years (Preferred)

Executive Administrator

Qualifications:

  • MUST be available to work full time at the program’s office in Los Angeles

  • MUST be skilled in standard accounting software (Quickbooks online experience strongly preferred, etc.)

  • MUST have balanced bank statements, run accounting reports, entered and tracked budgets in an accounting software program, etc.;

  • Bachelor's degree; at least one year's experience administering a non-profit or public agency

  • Ability to manage general ledger and finance, prepare financial reports, and administer grants.

  • Fluency in Spanish is preferred but not required.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Finance & bookkeeping

  • Maintain general ledger, including receipts, deposits, payroll, payable, grant allocations, and accruals.

  • Prepare budgets and financial reports for funding sources and outside auditors.

  • Oversee preparation and filing of non-profit reports and tax returns.

  • Coordinate outside bookkeeping consultation.

  • Coordinate payroll with outside payroll service; maintain employee time records, accrued wages and benefits.

  • Maintain personnel files, including I-9s, W-2s and salary and benefit records.

  • Coordinate employee evaluations. Maintain and update voice-mail system.

  • Oversee insurance, office equipment, supplies, furnishings, and physical plant.

  • Coordinate management and maintenance of the Center's Hawaii retreat.

  • Oversee financial and administrative filing systems.

  • Maintain and update policies, procedures and operations manuals.

  • Assist in preparing programmatic reports for funders

 

Salary: $65,000.00 - $75,000.00 per year

Experience:

  • Quickbooks: 3 years (Required)

  • Bachelor's (Preferred)

  • Bank reconciliation: 1 year (Required)

  • Accounting software: 2 years (Required)

  • Tax accounting: 1 year (Preferred)

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