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Executive Director | New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice

The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice seeks a highly talented and experienced Executive Director

About the Organization

The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice is a multi-racial membership based organization dedicated to building the power and participation of poor people in order to expand democracy and transform the economy. We organize directly affected people, and couple their courage with strategic legal, policy, and communications work to build campaigns that advance racial justice, immigrant rights, and a fair economy. Our members are African American and immigrant workers and families in New Orleans and rural Louisiana. The Workers’ Center anchors three grassroots membership organizations: the Congress of Day Laborers, Stand With Dignity, and the Seafood Workers Alliance, as well as a strategic legal department that innovates law and policy strategies that build grassroots power. Over the last more then ten years, the Center’s organizing and policy victories have been highlighted in the New York Times, Time Magazine, and Newsweek. For more information go to www.nowcrj.org and www.guestworkeralliance.org.

About the Position

This position is based in New Orleans, LA. The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors of NOWCRJ.

Primary Responsibilities

Staff management and support: Provide leadership, support and accountability as well as overall guidance for lead staff and campaign teams.

  • Directly supervise a growing team of lead staff (currently five direct reports)
  • Identify areas of growth for staff and create opportunities for development both through internal and external training and hands on learning
  • Provide constructive and systematic feedback and evaluation of lead team members
  • Manage leads success in meeting goals and deadlines.
  • Work with staff and members to develop member-led strategic campaign plans and support leads in building work plans for themselves and their teams
  • Help create and maintain a deep organizing culture to support powerful teams based on trust, love, and accountability
  • Responsible for high performance and high production values of the organization overall
  • Support organizing leads in collaborating with the legal department to build strategic campaign work

 

Fundraising and financial management of the organization

  • Manage and build funder and donor relationships to secure diverse financial resources and meet budgetary priorities
  • Manage the overall organizational budget to assure stability and take opportunities for growth
  • Engage staff in fundraising program and budgeting
  • Oversee strategic integration between organizing and development

 

Organizing the united front and positioning the organization

  • Maintain, manage and develop NOWCRJ’s strategic partners and allies to support organizational and campaign goals and create the resources and space for members to build power
  • Work to position the organization locally, regionally, and nationally to advance the member goals and long-term organizational sustainability

 

Multi-racial, cross-base alliance building

  • Seek out and create opportunities for the organizing work to connect and build power, alliance and solidarity toward shared vision and politics across bases
  • Coordinate and integrate the organizing with the legal department (and other strategic support departments, like communications and research, if funding permits)
  • Build the broader movement allies

 

Other duties as needed

This is not a 9 to 5 job—long and varied hours, with early morning, evening, weekend work is required.

 

Salary Range: Competitive, commensurate with experience

 

Who You Are

Key qualifications:

  • The job requires a high degree of motivation and the ability to take initiative. A successful applicant will have the following qualities:
    • Deep dedication to the leadership of directly affected people
    • Faith in poor peoples’ ability to transform the world
    • Patience and stamina
    • The ability to work well under pressure
    • Love of teamwork and team building
    • Enthusiasm for using the law and legal work to build member power
  • Experience in a leadership role in the labor movement, pro-black movements, immigrant rights movements, or grassroots electoral organization
  • Strong experience managing a team
  • A track record of hiring, developing and retaining a multi-racial team and building team cultures where people of color can thrive
  • Demonstrated understanding of how race, gender and class dynamics impact supervisory relationships, organizational culture, partnerships, campaigns and coalition work.
  • Ability to deepen a racial justice approach within an organization
  • Proven ability to fundraise and manage budgets
  • Strong writing skills and personal organization skills
  • Spanish language skills and/or experience with language justice preferred

NOWCRJ is an equal opportunity employer. Women, people of color and LGBTQ individuals strongly encouraged to apply.

Applications will only be accepted electronically. Please email a cover letter and resume to careers@nowcrj.org and mention this job title in the subject line of your email.   Please include a daytime phone number where we can contact you. Application process will be open until position is filled.

Law Clerk - Summer 2018 | New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice

About the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice

Against the backdrop of a political economy that pitted communities of color against each other after Hurricane Katrina, a group of Black and immigrant workers came together to build a new freedom movement: multi-racial, committed to racial, gender and immigrant justice, and dedicated to telling a new story about possibility in the South. NOWCRJ has been nationally recognized for direct worker organizing, strategic campaigns, policy advocacy, litigation, and coalition building to advance immigrant rights, racial justice, and economic equity.

Law Clerks at NOWCRJ

Law clerks at the New Orleans’ Workers Center for Racial Justice will assist in the direct representation of members in labor and immigration claims, including unpaid wages, U visa, T visa, and asylum claims. Tasks include legal research, interviewing clients and witnesses, sometimes in detention facilities, drafting immigration applications and drafting briefs.

Law clerks will also assist in ongoing or planned impact litigation, such as our current case challenging Louisiana for refusing marriage licenses to immigrants who cannot produce a birth certificate. Finally, law clerks will conduct research for NOWCRJ policy projects, which may include looking at the criminalization of poverty through municipal fines and fees, barriers to employment for Black New Orleans residents, forced labor, immigration enforcement policy, or supply chains. Being a law clerk at NOWCRJ is also an excellent opportunity to be exposed to an active law and organizing practice.

It’s an exciting and critical time to be involved in advocating for racial justice, especially in the South.

Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals strongly encouraged to apply.

Qualifications

  • First or second year law student
  • Commitment to legal practice in a way that empowers collective vision and action by low-income workers and communities of color
  • Self-starter
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience in immigration, labor, employment or civil rights law a plus
  • Sense of humor in order to maintain perspective
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus. Please indicate level of fluency in resume or cover letter.

To apply

Send resume and brief e-mail cover letter to kobrien@nowcrj.org Subject line: “Law Clerk Summer 2018.”

Staff Attorney | New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice

About the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice

The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice (NOWCRJ) is a multi-disciplinary impact strategy center and “think and do tank” as well as a membership organization. We are dedicated to expanding democracy, winning a just economy, and transforming the country by transforming the South. The Workers’ Center is a critical architect of permanent progressive civil society infrastructure in the South. At the end of our first decade, we are gearing up to advance a long-term Southern agenda for an inclusive economy. NOWCRJ has been nationally recognized for direct worker organizing, strategic campaigns, policy advocacy, litigation, and coalition building to advance immigrant rights, racial justice, and economic equity.

Position Summary

NOWCRJ seeks a highly motivated staff attorney looking to make a real difference in a multi-racial organization devoted to creative lawyering and policy advocacy in support of grassroots organizing to win concrete victories.   The position is based in the dynamic city of New Orleans and comes with full support to take and pass the Louisiana bar exam and to be admitted to the Louisiana bar. The Staff Attorney will provide legal strategy support, conduct and manage impact litigation, conduct policy analysis and policy advocacy (see examples here) and represent clients. The areas of law covered by the organization include:

  • workers’ rights (labor and employment law) and removal of barriers to employment such as expungement of criminal records and warrant clean up;
  • civil rights (administrative complaints and federal and state court litigation about diverse matters identified by the organization. Past cases have been filed, for example, over illegal detention, state marriage laws and food stamp implementation),
  • immigration; and
  • public benefits.

NOWRCJ attorneys are not expected to be skilled practitioners in all types of legal strategies nor to come in as experts in all the possible legal areas that might arise. NOWRCJ is looking for attorneys who first and foremost are committed to practicing law in a way that empowers collective vision and action by low-income workers and communities of color. For an attorney with a desire to explore or have that type of career, NOWRCJ provides a unique opportunity to do so.

Key Responsibilities

  • Collaborate on legal, organizing and policy strategies with campaign teams for one or all of the NOWRCJ’s grassroots membership organizations:
    • Stand with Dignity (Black U.S.-born New Orleans-based unemployed and underemployed workers (with some statewide work));
    • Congress of Day Laborers (mostly undocumented Latinx workers based in Louisiana) and the
    • National Guestworker Alliance (multi-ethnic, mostly Latinx, immigrant workers across the U.S. (concentrated in Louisiana) in industries with high guestworker rates, including seafood, agriculture, landscaping and manufacturing)
  • Develop and file litigation in Louisiana and federal courts, in conjunction with national civil rights organizations or local co-counsel, if desired.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with local and national legal allies and experts.
  • Provide direct representation to NOWCRJ members in immigration matters, including U visa applications for victims of workplace crimes and applications for their relatives, some of whom are outside the United States, bond hearings of those in immigration detention, asylum applications, adjustments of status, and employment authorization applications.
  • Provide direct representation to NOWCRJ members in employment matters with strategic impact, including unpaid wage and overtime claims, OSHA complaints and workers’ compensation.

Qualifications

  • Juris Doctor and active bar admission and willingness to take the Louisiana Bar Exam in February 2018 (all expenses, including bar course, paid by NOWRCJ, and paid time off to study, see more details below).
  • Commitment to legal practice in a way that empowers collective vision and action by low-income workers and communities of color.
  • Ability to implement vision, think strategically, creatively problem solve, exercise good judgment, and lead change.
  • Sense of humor in order to maintain perspective and balance.
  • Spanish proficiency strongly preferred. Please indicate level of Spanish speaking ability, if any, and where acquired in cover letter or resume.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Experience in one or more of the following areas of law or policy a plus: immigration, labor, employment, local policy, criminal defense, or civil rights.

Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals strongly encouraged to apply.

Salary & Benefits

Salary based on experience.

NOWCRJ provides fully paid family health insurance and 30 days of paid time off each year (combined vacation, sick and other leave) and ten paid holidays, including Lundi Gras and Mardi Gras, plus one week of paid time off between Christmas and New Years when the office is closed.

Louisiana Bar Exam: NOWRCJ will pay all costs associated with studying for and passing the Louisiana bar exam and becoming admitted to practice law in Louisiana, including:

  • a bar exam course,
  • paid time off for studying for and taking the bar exam, and
  • all fees associated with bar admission.

The Louisiana bar exam is a three day bar exam (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) in February and July:

  • Day One – basic provisions of the Louisiana civil code, such as divorce, child support, alimony and community property division, basic wills and estates and commercial paper.
  • Day Two – basic provisions of civil procedure, torts, and business entities (very similar to other state bar exams).
  • Day Three – constitutional law, criminal law, criminal procedure, evidence, federal jurisdiction, and federal procedure.

Although Louisiana is the only state in the U.S. using the civil law system, the Louisiana bar and Louisiana law and practice are fundamentally similar to other states. The Louisiana bar exam passage rate for first-time takers who graduated from law schools outside of Louisiana was 70%. In addition, historically, 80% of NOWRCJ’s practice has been before federal agencies and federal courts.

Availability

Immediately.

To apply

Please email a brief cover letter and resume to kobrien@nowcrj.org subject line: Staff Attorney. Applications will only be accepted electronically. Please include a daytime phone number.

Seeking to Sponsor Fellows | New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice

About the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice

The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice (NOWCRJ) is a multi-disciplinary impact strategy center and “think and do tank” as well as a membership organization. We are dedicated to expanding democracy, winning a just economy, and transforming the country by transforming the South. The Workers’ Center is a critical architect of permanent progressive civil society infrastructure in the South. At the end of our first decade, we are gearing up to advance a long-term Southern agenda for an inclusive economy. NOWCRJ has been nationally recognized for direct worker organizing, strategic campaigns, policy advocacy, litigation, and coalition building to advance immigrant rights, racial justice, and economic equity.

Description of Opportunity

NOWCRJ seeks to sponsor one or more individuals for a 2018 post-graduate fellowship (Equal Justice Works, Skadden, Soros Justice, Liman, etc.) NOWCRJ is also open to hearing from individuals wishing to do law school-funded short-term or long-term fellowships in 2017. NOWCRJ has a unique and diverse practice and we would welcome applicants interested in implementing a one or two-year fellowship project in any of the following areas:

  • Immigration enforcement. NOWCRJ helped to establish groundbreaking pro-immigrant policies in New Orleans and would like to do the same in Jefferson Parish, where NOWCRJ has a deep membership base and where terrifying home raids and racial profiling are increasing as the Trump deportation machine kicks into gear. Fellowship projects could include: civil rights abuse documentation; litigation under the U.S. Constitution and Section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act of 1871; motions to suppress evidence collected during unconstitutional raids; and legal support for advocacy to change local policy.
  • Full and fair employment for Black workers. Black workers in New Orleans and throughout the South are locked into structural and long-term unemployment and low wage jobs. Fellowship projects could focus on enforcement of local hiring ordinances, and workplace monitoring.
  • Right to counsel in immigration court. Though New Orleans has vibrant and expanding immigrant communities, there is a dearth of free and low cost representation in immigration court. A fellowship project in this area could focus on direct representation of workers in cases related to civil rights, labor trafficking and workers’ rights, and conducting research and building a coalition towards an innovative Louisiana immigrant access to justice project at the city level through training, education and coalition building.
  • Immigration detention. For-profit detention centers in western Louisiana serve as key nodes in the deportation pipeline for a five-state Southern region. A fellowship project could focus on habeas corpus litigation to bring constitutional challenges to no-bond detention. Despite a mounting wave of precedent across the country on the constitutional limits to no-bond immigration detention, these cases have been unsuccessful and stymied by extreme delay in the Western District of Louisiana. This project would build on NOWCRJ’s past habeas cases, learning from the challenges unique to this jurisdiction and building innovative litigation strategies to overcome them.
  • Seafood Worker Campaign. NOWCRJ’s National Guestworker Alliance recently launched the Alliance of Seafood Workers to improve conditions in the seafood industry from the Gulf Coast to New England. Fellowship projects could focus on research, policy advocacy, member support, and/or labor standards litigation (FLSA, OSHA etc.) to improve working conditions in this industry.

 

Qualifications

  • Experience with or demonstrated commitment to movement building or immigrant justice work.
  • Commitment to legal practice in a way that empowers collective vision and action by low-income workers and communities of color.
  • Excellent research, writing and court advocacy skills.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to work collaboratively in an interdisciplinary setting.
  • Sense of humor in order to maintain perspective and balance.
  • Spanish-speaking candidates are highly encouraged to get in touch.
  • Be willing to sit for the Louisiana bar exam (see more information below)
  • Be eligible for a post-graduate fellowship (third year law student or law school graduate)

Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals strongly encouraged to get in touch.

Salary & Benefits

Salary will be set according to the terms of the fellowship program. NOWCRJ’s benefit package includes paying 100% of health insurance premiums, including for family members.

Louisiana Bar Exam

Fellows need to sit for the Louisiana bar exam before or after their fellowship starts. NOWRCJ will pay all costs associated with studying for and passing the Louisiana bar exam and becoming admitted to practice law in Louisiana. Although Louisiana is the only state in the U.S. using the civil law system, the Louisiana bar and Louisiana law and practice are fundamentally similar to other states. The Louisiana bar exam passage rate for first-time takers who graduated from law schools outside of Louisiana was 70%. In addition, historically, 80% of NOWRCJ’s practice has been before federal agencies and federal courts.

To apply:

Please send a short email with specific fellowship interests, if any, and resume to Kerry O’Brien at kobrien@nowcrj.org, subject line: Fellowship 2018. Applications will only be accepted electronically. Please include a daytime phone number.

Immigrant Justice Organizer | Congress of Day Laborers/Congreso de Jornaleros

POSITION

Immigrant Justice Organizer, Congress of Day Laborers

ORGANIZATION

New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice

RELEASE DATE

June 22, 2016

ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND

The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice (NOWCRJ) is a multi-racial organization dedicated to building the power and participation of low-income workers and communities. NOWCRJ has been nationally recognized for direct worker organizing, strategic campaigns, policy advocacy, litigation, and coalition building to advance immigrant rights, racial justice, and economic equity. NOWCRJ anchors two grassroots membership organizations: the Congress of Day Laborers and Stand with Dignity, both of which are on the cutting edge of movements to end criminalization, exploitation, and exclusion in New Orleans. NOWCRJ also anchors the National Guestworker Alliance (NGA), a national organization dedicated to winning rights and respect for guestworkers and building a social movement in response to the transformation of work in the United States, and a strategic legal department that innovates law and policy strategies that build grassroots power. In the last five years, the Center’s organizing and policy victories have been highlighted in the New York Times, Time Magazine, and Newsweek. For more information go to www.nowcrj.org

ABOUT THE CONGRESO DE JORNALEROS:

The Congreso de Jornaleros/Congress of Day Laborers is an organization of immigrant workers and families founded by the day laborers who helped rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Today, Congreso is a hub for immigrants across the Southeast region, and a leadership pipeline for hundreds of immigrant workers and families into public life and social movement participation. Congreso members organize at the intersections of the criminal legal and immigration enforcement systems, leading visionary campaigns in partnership with other marginalized communities to win human rights and dignity for affected people.

POSITION SUMMARY

NOWCRJ seeks a passionate, innovative dedicated, creative Immigrant Justice Organizer to participate in the implementation of strategic campaigns, develop member defense strategies, coordinate member services, lead engaging popular education programming, and support Congreso members’ own leadership development.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The new organizer will work closely with the rest of the Congreso team to execute a fluid set of responsibilities from the following list, (subject to change depending on shifting conditions and relevant experience):

  1. Develop and facilitate energetic meeting agendas that build our membership’s political analysis and engagement. This may include strategy sessions with member-leaders, support groups, and large general assembly Defend Your Rights workshops. Click the following links for a sense of Congreso weekly general assembly meeting activities: Solidaridad con Orlando, Vivos en el Congreso!, DAPA o Accion?
  1. Coordinate member defense strategies. Oversee a community raid-monitoring program, which may include supporting members in testimony-collection, inputting data, and noting trends. Develop campaigns to stop deportations using an array of strategies including media coverage, ally mobilization, pro-se prosecutorial discretion requests, etc.
  1. Carry out and coordinate member services. Build relationships and support members through accompaniment and translation at doctor’s visits, appointments, and in interactions with the criminal legal system, including traffic and criminal court. Support members in accessing their full rights. Maintain accurate documentation to support necessary follow-up.
  1. Plan and facilitate programming that builds our community. This may include fundraisers, holiday parties, story circles, gardening sessions, attending national conferences with member-leaders, etc.
  1. Participate in strategic political campaigns. This may include participating in strategy discussions, policy research, power mapping, and action planning and logistics.
  1. Build and maintain relationships with key allies, volunteers, coalitions, etc. on behalf of the Congreso and the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice.

QUALIFICATIONS

The job requires a high degree of motivation and the ability to take initiative.  A successful applicant will have the following qualities:

  • Must be bilingual in English and Spanish
  • Love of teamwork and a good team player.
  • Faith in poor people’s ability to change the world
  • Deep dedication to the leadership of directly affected people
  • Strong project management skills; experience overseeing and bottom-lining multiple concurrent projects.
  • Creativity, patience, positive attitude, and stamina
  • The ability to work under pressure
  • Familiarity and experience in the immigrant rights movement and deportation defense.
  • 3 years experience in grassroots organizing required – including outreach, leadership development, and strategic campaigns
  • Strong time-management, writing, office, and organizational skills
  • Experience coordinating volunteers is a plus
  • Must know how to drive and have a car

This is not a 9 to 5 job—long and varied hours, with early morning, evening, weekend work is required.

The Congreso and the New Orleans Workers’ Center are strongly committed to multi-racial organizing, and racial justice, economic justice and gender justice frames.  While the immigrant justice organizer will focus primarily on the work described above, candidates must be committed to supporting African American organizing for jobs and criminal justice reform; labor organizing for workers’ rights; LGBTQ rights organizing; gender justice organizing; and other efforts across many communities to expand democracy in the South.

ACCOUNTABILITY

The immigrant justice organizer is supervised by Congreso’s Lead Immigrant Justice Organizer at the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice.

HOW TO APPLY

Please send a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to LaToya Johnson at ljohnson@nowcrj.org , with “IMMIGRANT JUSTICE ORGANIZER” in the subject line. Phone inquires will not be accepted.

Managing Attorney

Position

Managing Attorney

Organization

New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice

About the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice

The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice (NOWCRJ) is a multi-racial organization dedicated to building the power and participation of low-income workers and communities. NOWCRJ has been nationally recognized for direct worker organizing, strategic campaigns, policy advocacy, litigation, and coalition building to advance immigrant rights, racial justice, and economic equity.

NOWCRJ anchors three grassroots membership organizations: the Congress of Day Laborers, Stand With Dignity, and the National Guestworker Alliance.

NOWCRJ’s Legal Department provides legal support to NOWCRJ membership groups and their members to force employers and federal, state, and local agencies to comply with existing laws, to build worker power, and to protect workers’ rights to organize.  Our current work includes federal impact litigation and law reform cases, strategic immigration and detention work, administrative advocacy, policy advocacy, and campaign support.  Practice areas include workers’ rights, civil rights, immigration, and benefits.

Position Summary

This position is based in New Orleans, Louisiana.

NOWCRJ seeks a highly motivated managing attorney based in New Orleans to lead a team of attorneys in New Orleans with an intersectional legal practice. The Managing Attorney will be expected to (1) direct and supervise the docket and staff attorneys and represent clients in complex cases; (2) oversee internal management of the legal department and ensure we hit our ambitious goals; and (3) serve as a key leader of the Legal Department. This position reports directly to the Legal Director.

Key Responsibilities

  1. Set the direction for and lead NOWCRJ’s legal work
    • Lead staff of attorneys and legal fellows to build NOWCRJ’s docket, in alignment with the organization’s strategic direction;
    • Lead litigation work and represent clients, especially for particularly complex cases;
    • Collaborate with campaign teams on legal and policy strategies;
    • Coordinate planning process across the department and organization to keep work plans up to date; and
    • Ensure smooth communication and coordination within the department and across departments.
  1. Manage legal department to ensure we deliver on our goals
    • Supervise staff attorneys, legal fellows, and administrative staff in the legal department;
    • Ensure that the team and individuals have ambitious goals and plans in place to meet them;
    • Develop staff skills as attorneys and advocates by providing clear and useful feedback in an ongoing manner;
    • Provide support and accountability to attorneys and fellows including workplan development; and
    • Work to ensure that top performers are retained.
  2. Serve as a key leader of the legal team and support ongoing work to build and strengthen NOWCRJ
    • Ensure legal and fiscal compliance and space/ infrastructure/ technology support for the department;
    • Create and review adherence with annual department budget;
    • Build innovative, disciplined, positive culture within the legal department and across the organization; and
    • Support the Legal Director and Executive Director in identifying, building, and maintaining the NOWCRJ’s resources.

Qualifications

  • Commitment to legal practice in a way that empowers collective vision and action by low-income workers and communities of color.
  • Substantial experience one or more of the following legal areas: labor, employment, immigration, or civil rights.
  • Management or supervision experience including legal supervision, case development, and project management.
  • Ability to implement vision, think strategically, creatively problem solve, exercise good judgment, and lead change.
  • Deep commitment to legal and policy work on behalf of low wage workers, immigrant communities, and other communities of color.
  • Sense of humor in order to maintain perspective and balance.
  • Minimum 5 years demonstrated litigation experience in labor, employment immigration, and/or civil rights law showing excellent skills and outcomes and innovative strategies.
  • Juris Doctor and active bar admission and willingness to take the Louisiana Bar Exam.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Bilingual (Spanish/ English), bicultural experience a plus.

Women, people of color, and LGBTQ individuals strongly encouraged to apply.

Accountability

The immigrant justice organizer is supervised by the Legal Director of the New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice.

Please send a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to LaToya Johnson at ljohnson@nowcrj.org, with “MANAGING ATTORNEY” in the subject line. Phone inquires will not be accepted.

To Apply

Please email a cover letter and resume to careers@nowcrj.org, subject line: NOWCRJ- Managing Attorney. Applications will only be accepted electronically. Please include a daytime phone number where we can contact you. The application process will be open until position is filled.