Jobs of the week: November 18, 2016

Strong advocacy skills? Legal or paralegal experience?

If you have both and you are interested in a three months appointment in Dilley, Texas, the American Immigration Council wants to hear from you. The Council is a non-profit organization established to increase public understanding of immigration law and policy, advocate for the just and fair administration of our immigration laws, protect the legal rights of noncitizens, and educate the public about the enduring contributions of America’s immigrants.

The Council needs Advocacy Coordinator to play a leading role in the management of volunteers assisting mothers and children detained in Dilley, Texas and assist in compilation of data to end family detention. A commitment to advocating for the rights of asylum-seekers, in addition to the ability to work long hours, including some weekends, is required. Spanish proficiency is required for this position. For more details and how to apply, click here.

If you are passively searching for a job, the United Nations World Food Program is building a Roster of Evaluation Consultants that will be comprised of highly competent evaluation professionals from around the world who can play a key role in helping to support the achievement of zero hunger.

All applicants will be reviewed and go through a selection and assessment process to demonstrate their technical and organisational capabilities. Successful applicants will be considered for individual consultancy contracts as Junior Evaluators (L1), Evaluators (L2), Intermediate Evaluators (L3), Senior Evaluators (L4) or Team Leaders (L5) in Country Offices or Regional Bureaux. For more details and how to apply click here

Good luck, fellow job seekers, and until next week!

 

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