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Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) Seattle, WA
May 18, 2021
Full time
About KIND: Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) is a global leader in the protection of unaccompanied refugee and migrant children. Launched in 2008, KIND champions a world in which every child’s rights and well-being are protected throughout their journey to safety. Since 2008, KIND has accepted over 23,000 referrals of children seeking legal representation in their immigration proceedings. KIND has welcomed more than 41,000 attendees to trainings since its founding, cultivating partnerships with over 670 law firms, corporate legal departments, law schools, and bar associations across the country. KIND’s social services program ensures that migrant and refugee children – who have often endured trauma – receive counseling, educational support, medical care and other comprehensive services. To address the root causes of child migration from Central America and strengthen protection of unaccompanied children, KIND advocates for policy changes and educates lawmakers, the media, and the broader public on the conditions that drive these children to flee their home countries. KIND supports children returning to their home countries by connecting them to essential support services and sponsors gender-based violence prevention programs in Central America to protect children in countries of origin and transit. KIND is also building upon its expertise in the protection of unaccompanied children to encourage the development of pro bono initiatives across Europe in partnership with European NGOs. Position Summary: KIND seeks an Interim Staff Attorney to provide expert legal services to unaccompanied children facing removal proceedings through zealous direct representation as well as pro bono facilitation, including robust consultation, training, and technical assistance to pro bono attorneys who have accepted KIND cases. As needed, supervise Senior Paralegals, Paralegals, interns, and/or other non-attorney staff. This is a temporary position with an anticipated duration of nine months, with the possibility of an extension. Essential Functions: Provide both mentoring to KIND pro bono attorneys and direct legal representation to KIND clients. In the pro bono mentoring function, provide robust consultation and technical assistance to pro bono attorneys who have accepted a KIND case.  In the direct representation function, perform ordinary functions of legal counsel including legal research and formulating the legal strategy for the case; conducting client interviews; appearing before immigration and/or state courts or agencies; and drafting and filing court pleadings and applications for benefits.  Supervise interns and/or other non-attorney staff as needed including: Onboarding, skills training, daily support and coaching, review and quality assurance of filings, regular check-ins and performance evaluations, and provision of consistent and effective supervision and oversight.  Place cases with pro bono attorneys and actively build relationships between KIND and the pro bono community. In coordination with KIND’s Training and Technical Assistance Team and the local field office Senior Attorney/s, as needed, help develop pro bono training resources and local training curriculum, including sample filings and guidance packets. With supervision, present trainings to pro bono attorneys and community groups. Contribute to overall office functioning, including actively participating in field office and KIND-wide calls and meetings, field office and KIND-wide committees, and assisting with office events Ensure entry of timely, accurate, and detailed case data into KIND’s case management systems. Qualifications and Requirements: J.D. and admitted to local state bar. 1-3 years of experience practicing immigration law, which should include representation of clients in humanitarian immigration claims such as asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, U visas, and T visas. 1-3 years of experience working with children, preferably immigrant and refugee children, and/or working with vulnerable populations, survivors of abuse, human trafficking, or other trauma. Experience working with law firm attorneys and/or other legal volunteers if majority of caseload is working directly with pro bono attorneys. Advanced fluency in Spanish language Strong record of cultural competence and cross-cultural communication skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and persuasively both orally and in writing Ability to take initiative, multi-task, and work independently. Application Instructions: Please be advised that an employment application will need to be submitted along with your resume and cover letter, in order to be considered for the desired role. KIND has an organization-wide commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion. We strive to create a work environment where everyone has a sense of belonging. Individuals from historically underrepresented or underserved communities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Elon University Elon, NC
May 18, 2021
Full time
Elon University is currently accepting applications for a Coordinator of Annual Giving.  Over the last decade, Elon has dedicated resources to build robust alumni and parent engagement and annual fundraising programs, helping to foster participation rates that now keep pace with top national universities. Given Elon’s increasingly young alumni base, that translates from less than 4,000 alumni donors to 8,000 annually. Total undesignated and designated annual giving has grown from $4.5 million to $8.3 million during that time. With capacity built and a culture of engagement and philanthropy well-rooted, Elon’s Office of Annual Giving seeks a Coordinator to join a growing team committed to increasing fundraising and participation goals to advance Elon’s new ten-year strategic plan, Boldly Elon.  Reporting to the Assistant Director of Annual Giving, the Coordinator of Annual Giving leads a successful Student Outreach Program (Phonathon) as part of a team responsible for Elon University’s fund raising and donor participation goals. The Coordinator will manage all facets of the program including hiring, training, and motivating a large student team, assessing caller and program progress, and preparing daily program data and reports. Additionally, s/he will also have generalist duties related internal operations, customer service channels, data and reporting, project fulfillment, etc.  Bachelor’s degree required with a minimum of one year related experience preferably in a college or university calling center. The successful candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills and be able to work as part of a team in a service-oriented environment. Must be capable of managing and working with students in a group environment. Be able to manage, train, instruct, and inspire. Must possess initiative, be detail-oriented, efficient, and able to handle diversified tasks concurrently.  The position will remain open until filled.  Apply at .  Elon University is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to a diverse faculty, staff and student body and welcomes all applicants.
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