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Employment

IRAP is currently accepting applications for the following positions on a rolling basis. Please review each description for specific details on how to apply. Externships, internships, and fellowship positions can be found on this page. Independent contractor & consulting positions can be found on this page.

Employment Opportunities

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About IRAP

The International Refugee Assistance Project (“IRAP”) is a dynamic legal, policy, and advocacy organization that works to develop and enforce a system of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced people around the world.  

IRAP operates offices in the U.S. (New York City, Washington, D.C.), Jordan (Amman), Lebanon (Beirut), and Germany (Berlin). Our legal teams work closely with a corps of pro bono lawyers from leading law firms and multinational corporations, and law students who have created IRAP chapters across the United States and Canada. Through this work, we aim to assist refugees and other displaced people to find safe passage and to transform the landscape of refugee rights in the U.S. and internationally. IRAP has over 80 full-time staff members. We are a nimble organization staffed by an innovative and collaborative team that is committed to high standards of quality and close partnerships with our clients, peers, and colleagues.

IRAP believes that diversity is critical to fostering a strong workplace and serving our clients well. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experiences in the communities that we serve, members of other marginalized communities, and individuals whose identities are underrepresented in the legal profession.

About Department

IRAP’s Policy Department consists of seven policy staff working out of the New York, NY and Washington, D.C. offices. The Policy Department utilizes lessons learned in direct legal aid casework and works with creative, non-partisan coalitions to advocate for systemic changes that benefit broader groups and communities on refugees and displaced populations.

Opportunity

IRAP’s Policy Department seeks a Policy Assistant to provide administrative and programmatic support to its policy work. This position will report to the Supervisory Policy Counsel and work closely with Policy staff to facilitate and further IRAP’s systemic advocacy to improve immigration programs in the United States and abroad. This is an exciting opportunity for a well-organized, motivated individual interested in forced migration, human rights, and immigration/international law to be part of a growing organization that makes an impact on the lives of refugees and other displaced persons.

Responsibilities

The Policy Assistant will:

  • Track and monitor legal, policy and media developments related to IRAP’s work.
  • Draft and edit policy-related communications, such as action alerts, outreach emails, and blog posts.
  • Conduct research and analysis on relevant policy issues.
  • Provide administrative support, including scheduling, filing, record-keeping, handling mail, note-taking, proofreading, and making travel arrangements, as needed.
  • Prepare staff for external meetings and work with the Communications department to assist with media interviews as needed.
  • Provide logistics and other events-related support.
  • Input data and maintain departmental databases.

Location: The candidate will work in IRAP’s office in Washington, D.C. Occasional travel may be required, particularly to the New York City office.

Qualifications

The successful candidate will have a demonstrated interest in working in a legal services organization with a focus on forced migration and refugee policy. 

The successful candidate will also: 

  • Possess strong research, writing, and editing skills;
  • Be highly organized and able to handle a variety of tasks, including office duties and research and writing assignments;
  • Multi-task, balance a flexible workload with a volume of ad hoc tasks,  and have excellent time management skills;
  • Demonstrate an ability and motivation to work and learn independently; 
  • Be comfortable learning to work with a variety of software suites, databases, and technologies; and
  • Be legally authorized to work in the United States.

Compensation

This is a union position subject to a collective bargaining agreement. The salary range is $49,014 – $64,184, with actual salary commensurate with relevant paid work experience. 

Application Instructions

Please submit a cover letter, resume, 2-3 page writing sample, and a list of three references at this link. Review of applications will start immediately.

This posting is viewable by itself at this link.

About IRAP

The International Refugee Assistance Project (“IRAP”) is a dynamic and growing legal and policy advocacy organization that works to develop and enforce a system of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced people around the world. We are the leading organization providing free and comprehensive legal services to people in need of a safe place to live and a safe way to get there.

IRAP operates offices in the U.S. (New York City, Washington, D.C.), Jordan (Amman), Lebanon (Beirut), and Germany (Berlin). Our legal teams work closely with a corps of pro bono lawyers from leading law firms and multi-national corporations, and law students who have created IRAP chapters across the United States and Canada. Through this work, we aim to assist refugees and other displaced people to find safe passage and to transform the landscape of refugee rights in the U.S. and internationally. IRAP has over 80 full-time staff members. We are a nimble organization staffed by an innovative and collaborative team that is committed to high standards of quality and close partnerships with our clients, peers, and colleagues.

Opportunity

IRAP is currently seeking an Evaluation and Data Coordinator to support the expansion of our organizational efforts to measure and evaluate our impact, identify relevant trends, and use data to guide our programming and strategy. This new position will work across the organization to ensure data integrity and quality and the effective tracking and reporting of organizational data. IRAP will be migrating from a legacy system to Salesforce, and this position will be critical in supporting a smooth and successful transition. The ideal candidate will be data- and tech- savvy with experience managing databases and large, complex data sets and a passion for utilizing data and evaluation to support IRAP’s mission.

The Evaluation and Data Coordinator will report to the Manager of Monitoring and Evaluation, will work collaboratively across all organizational departments, and will work closely with IRAP’s IT department. 

Responsibilities 

  • Support IRAP’s data and data systems across the legal services, litigation and policy departments.
    • Manage data migration from our legacy system to Salesforce.
    • Implement and oversee best practices around data integrity, validation, and accuracy. Train and support staff in data-entry and management, create necessary documentation and data-dictionaries, and ensure consistent and appropriate use of data tracking across organizational departments.
    • Build and maintain data collection tools.
    • Mass cleanse, manipulate, and update organizational data.
  • Support IRAP’s ability to measure and evaluate our impact and utilize data to identify trends in service delivery and organizational efficiency, and make data-driven decisions.
    • Perform analysis on organizational data, and produce summary reports and dashboards. 
    • Collaborate across departments and with the Monitoring and Evaluation team to develop and utilize consistent and relevant metrics.
    • Utilize open-source and publicly available data sets to support organizational needs assessments, planning, and impact analysis. 
    • Identify information and data gaps and necessary system improvements to support effective and relevant analysis and evaluation.

Location: The ideal candidate will work in one of IRAP’s offices in New York City, Berlin, Amman or Beirut but remote work candidates will be considered. Upon starting at IRAP, work will be remote until it is safe to work from the office. 

Qualifications

Required

  • Minimum 3 years of work experience in evaluation, data management, data analysis, research, or similar.
  • Experience with database management, especially with CRM or relational databases.
  • Knowledge of data gathering, cleaning, and transformation techniques including duplicate management, mass updating, uploading and manipulation, and best practices around data validation and integrity.
  • Experience with data analysis, reporting, and visualization. 
  • Strong task and project management skills, extremely detail oriented.
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills.

Preferred

  • Experience with Salesforce.
  • Experience with nonprofit evaluation and measurement. 
  • Familiarity with programming and data query tools (e.g., Python, PHP, SQL).

Compensation

The annual salary for the position will be $50,000-$80,000 commensurate with experience and may be subject to a collective bargaining agreement.

How to apply

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references at this link. Please indicate in your cover letter which office you would work from, or if you would be remote. Review of applications will start on July 1, 2021, and continue on a rolling basis.

This posting is viewable by itself at this link.

About IRAP

The International Refugee Assistance Project (“IRAP”) is a dynamic and growing legal and policy advocacy organization that works to develop and enforce a system of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced people around the world. We are the leading organization providing free and comprehensive legal services to people in need of a safe place to live and a safe way to get there.

IRAP operates offices in the U.S. (New York City, Washington, D.C.), Jordan (Amman), Lebanon (Beirut), and Germany (Berlin). Our legal teams work closely with a corps of pro bono lawyers from leading law firms and multi-national corporations, and law students who have created IRAP chapters across the United States and Canada. Through this work, we aim to assist refugees and other displaced people to find safe passage and to transform the landscape of refugee rights in the U.S. and internationally. IRAP has over 80 full-time staff members. We are a nimble organization staffed by an innovative and collaborative team that is committed to high standards of quality and close partnerships with our clients, peers, and colleagues.

IRAP believes that diversity is critical to fostering a strong workplace and serving our clients well. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experiences in the communities that we serve, members of other marginalized communities, and individuals whose identities are underrepresented in the legal profession.

About the Department

IRAP’s Policy Department consists of seven policy staff working out of the New York, NY and Washington, D.C. offices. The Policy Department utilizes lessons learned in direct legal aid casework and works with creative, non-partisan coalitions to advocate for systemic changes that benefit broader groups and communities on refugees and displaced populations. IRAP is a non-partisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

Opportunity

IRAP seeks to hire a Policy Analyst in its Washington, D.C. office to advance IRAP’s systemic advocacy efforts. The Policy Analyst will assist IRAP in maintaining a regular presence on Capitol Hill, with administrative agency partners, with coalitions and organizational partners, and in relevant media. 

Responsibilities

The Policy Analyst will:

  • Work within IRAP’s Policy Department, as well as in tandem with IRAP’s other departments, including Communications, Legal Services, Litigation, Development, and Pro Bono, to advance IRAP’s mission. 
  • Work with and provide support to other NGO advocates and coalition colleagues working on forced migration and refugee resettlement issues. 
  • Closely monitor developments in US refugee law and policy, including tracking federal agency policy changes and proposals as well as federal legislation, hearings, and briefings, while also highlighting implications, risks, and advantages; making recommendations; and seeking opportunities for technical support, strategic counsel, and ongoing engagement.
  • Research and draft internally- and externally-facing materials, such as backgrounders, letters, reports, and memos. 
  • Provide responsive and non-partisan and technical expertise to legislators and legislative staff, federal agencies, NGO colleagues, and journalists. 
  • Build and manage campaigns focused on moving federal agencies and legislators towards systemic change through: (i)  specific and actionable asks; (ii) balancing ideal policy outcomes with pragmatism; and (iii) being cognizant and frank about political/systemic/bureaucratic constraints.
  • Other duties as assigned. 

Qualifications

The successful candidate will have at least three years of experience in policy work on U.S. immigration issues; policy work on forced migration issues is preferred, but not required. Relevant policy experience includes work in federal government agencies, in advocacy organizations, and on immigration portfolios as legislative staff. This job does not require a JD.

The successful candidate will also:

  • Demonstrate an ability to become a go-to policy expert on forced migration and refugee resettlement issues in the United States. 
  • Be able to frame humanitarian issues as priorities for national security, foreign policy, faith, or defense issues, or for promoting cost savings or efficiency, in addition to humanitarian priorities.
  • Provide expertise firmly and persuasively, but diplomatically; be able to disagree, while maintaining working relationships. 
  • Be highly organized and flexible; multi-task and manage a high-volume workload; have excellent time management skills; effectively communicate takeaways; and deliver due-outs timely. 
  • Possess strong interpersonal and oral and written communications skills, and the ability to understand and handle sensitive and confidential information;
  • Work collaboratively with a diverse set of partners and work independently to seek out and implement IRAP’s priorities;
  • Regular access to the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area with occasional travel to New York, NY. 

Salary

This is a union position subject to a collective bargaining agreement. The salary range is $75,854-$99,194, with actual salary commensurate with relevant policy experience. 

Application Instructions

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references at this link. Review of applications will start in July.

This posting is viewable by itself at this link.

About IRAP

The International Refugee Assistance Project (“IRAP”) is a dynamic and growing legal, policy, and advocacy organization that works to develop and enforce a system of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced people around the world. We are the leading organization that provides free and comprehensive legal services to people we serve through registration, protection, and resettlement processes.

IRAP operates offices in the U.S. (New York City and Washington D.C.), Jordan (Amman), Germany (Berlin) and Lebanon (Beirut). Our legal services are supplemented by a corps of pro bono lawyers from leading U.S. and international law firms and multinational corporations, and law students who have created IRAP chapters across the United States and Canada. Through this work, we aim to assist refugees and other displaced people to find safe passage and to transform the landscape of refugee rights in the U.S. and internationally. IRAP has over 80 full-time staff, the majority of whom are based in the New York City office. We are a nimble organization staffed by an innovative and collaborative team that is committed to high standards of quality and close partnerships with our clients, peers, and colleagues.

IRAP believes that diversity is critical to fostering a strong workplace and serving our clients well. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experiences in the communities that we serve, members of other marginalized communities, and individuals whose identities are underrepresented in the legal profession.

Opportunity

Reporting to one of IRAP’s Deputy Executive Directors, the Legal Services Director will lead a team of talented program directors who oversee the work of over 40 staff who focus primarily on the direct representation of refugees and other displaced people worldwide, mentoring pro bono teams of attorneys and students in direct representation, and other projects. The Legal Services Director will provide direct supervision to the U.S. Legal Services Director, the Middle East Director, the Director of Complementary Pathways and the Intake and Legal Information Director. They will oversee staff based in New York City, Jordan, Lebanon, Germany and remotely around the world. They will coordinate our work across all legal services teams and work in close partnership with all of the Program Departments at IRAP to ensure high quality legal services are provided to our clients. 

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a deep connection to IRAP’s mission to use legal advocacy to find safe places to live and safe passage for the world’s most persecuted individuals. They will be an inclusive, passionate leader committed to combating inequitable policies impacting refugees and other displaced people and to delivering the highest quality legal and advocacy services. They will be an experienced manager who excels at supporting, mentoring, and motivating legal staff; developing processes that facilitate the efficient and effective delivery of direct legal services by staff and volunteer lawyers; and successfully leading teams in delivering the highest quality legal and advocacy services. The ideal candidate will be a decisive, keenly analytical leader and thinker who will build and support a healthy culture around prioritization, team communication and transparent decision making. They will be able to lead from an anti-oppression lens and understand how to support clients and staff impacted by trauma directly and vicariously. 

Location: The ideal candidate will work in one of IRAP’s offices in New York City, Berlin, Amman or Beirut

Responsibilities

  • Oversee the provision of direct legal services at IRAP by working closely with the Legal Services teams to set priorities, manage departmental budgets, and ensure high quality legal service provision to refugees and displaced persons aligned with IRAP’s strategic plan.
  • Supervise a team of four program directors, providing responsive management and ongoing support to ensure that all of IRAP’s legal service provision is fully integrated into the work and mission of the organization. Direct reports include the U.S. Legal Services Director; Middle East Director, who leads the Jordan and Lebanon teams; Director of Complementary Pathways, who manages IRAP’s legal services work in Europe; and the Director of the Intake and Legal Information team, which is responsible for most client screening, development of pro se legal materials, as well as legal casework.
  • Create an infrastructure that supports continued growth and impact in IRAP’s Legal Services departments. The new Director will bring strong project management skills and process orientation to the work, making sure that appropriate policies and protocols are in place including accountability measures within our legal services programming. The Director will be a systems-thinker with the ability to listen, motivate, and execute to make the Department’s work as efficient and effective as possible. They will be able to identify new opportunities and successfully integrate new initiatives and partnerships into the Department’s existing work. 
  • Ensure that the Legal Services teams offer a supportive, equitable, and inclusive work environment and uphold principles of anti-oppression in hiring, staff support, client relationships, outreach, and coalition building. Grounded in IRAP’s commitment to justice and equality and its organizational values, the new Director will bring an anti-oppression lens to all aspects of strategy, priority setting, team development, and community engagement. The new Director will support IRAP’s work to reflect the communities it serves and build a culture of ​ inclusion, ​continuous growth​, and openness. They will help create a respectful and equitable work environment for staff at all levels of the organization and will ensure the same experience for clients, partners, and stakeholders. In particular, the Director will ensure support for staff on vicarious trauma.
  • Work with the Director of Pro Bono to develop new projects and to support staff in working with pro bono teams and improving the experience for clients and pro bono attorneys and students alike. 
  • Support expanded collaboration with refugee-serving organizations globally through capacity-building programs and provision of pro se materials in coordination with the legal services teams.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will be deeply committed to IRAP’s mission and understand the critical role that litigation and advocacy plays in advancing the rights of refugees worldwide. S/he/they will possess many of the following professional and personal abilities, attributes, and experiences:

  • JD or LLM Required.
  • Minimum of 8 years of legal services experience in the field of refugee and/or immigration law including extensive experience with direct client work and preferred experience in international refugee legal assistance. Experience supervising staff working remotely is a plus.
  • Experience supervising teams or units and a deep commitment to leadership development and mentorship.
  • Strong project management skills including a record of success in managing, training, developing, and supervising legal staff.
  • Commitment to and experience in successfully employing an anti-racist/anti-oppression lens to foster a diverse, equitable working environment and creating diverse teams that reflect communities served;
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a leadership team to set organizational and departmental priorities and pursue opportunities that further impact across departments
  • Experience developing or improving organizational capacity, with an eye toward opportunities for process improvement;
  • Experience working with community-based and NGO partners and sensitivity to client empowerment and to working with clients of all backgrounds, including LGBTI clients, and survivors of trauma.
  • Comfort with technology and data management. 
  • Must be highly organized and motivated, able to multitask, manage a high-volume workload, and have excellent time management skills.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with a preference for experience working in diverse and international work environments.
  • Excellent writing, analytical, and oral communication skills;
  • Excellent oral and written English skills. Excellent skills in a second language, particularly Arabic, Farsi, Pashto, or Spanish, is a plus but not required.

SALARY:  $150,00 – $180,000 depending on years of experience. 

IRAP offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including healthcare and retirement plans, a flexible work schedule, and vacation and sick leave.

Application Instructions

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references at this link. Application materials should be submitted in English. Your cover letter must indicate in which office you would apply to work, whether you have work authorization in that country, and your language abilities.

This posting is viewable by itself at this link.

About IRAP

The International Refugee Assistance Project (“IRAP”) is a dynamic and growing legal, policy, and advocacy organization that works to develop and enforce a system of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced people around the world. We are the leading organization that provides free and comprehensive legal services to people we serve through registration, protection, and resettlement processes.

IRAP operates offices in the U.S. (New York City and Washington D.C.), Jordan (Amman), Germany (Berlin) and Lebanon (Beirut). Our legal services are supplemented by a corps of pro bono lawyers from leading U.S. and international law firms and multinational corporations, and law students who have created IRAP chapters across the United States and Canada. Through this work, we aim to assist refugees and other displaced people to find safe passage and to transform the landscape of refugee rights in the U.S. and internationally. IRAP has over 90 full-time staff, the majority of whom are based in the New York City office. We are a nimble organization staffed by an innovative and collaborative team that is committed to high standards of quality and close partnerships with our clients, peers, and colleagues.

IRAP believes that diversity is critical to fostering a strong workplace and serving our clients well. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experiences in the communities that we serve, members of other marginalized communities, and individuals whose identities are underrepresented in the legal profession.

Opportunity

IRAP is seeking an Executive Assistant to support our Executive Director (ED) and two Deputy Executive Directors (Deputy EDs). The Executive Assistant will perform a variety of administrative tasks across IRAP’s work, including managing emails, scheduling, booking travel, note-taking, setting up and troubleshooting basic tech, assisting with basic factual research into refugee and human rights issues, and assisting with some fundraising and development functions. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual interested in refugees, human rights, and immigration/international law, and to be part of a growing agency that makes an impact on the lives of refugees.

Location: The candidate will work in IRAP’s U.S. office in New York City. Upon starting work at IRAP, work would be remote until it is safe to work from the office. IRAP provides the necessary work equipment. The position is full-time (40 hrs/week).

Responsibilities

  • Work closely and effectively with the Executive Director and Deputy EDs to keep them well informed of upcoming commitments and responsibilities, and following up appropriately;
  • Schedule meetings and update calendars;
  • Manage special projects and conduct research as needed for the ED and Deputy EDs;
  • Assist in preparing and managing meeting agendas, presentations and notes for the ED and Deputy EDs, and occasionally accompany the ED and Deputy EDs to meetings and handle follow-up on action items;
  • Coordinate IRAP-wide meetings and conferences;
  • Make travel arrangements and reservations;
  • Manage expenses and submit expense reports for the ED and Deputy EDs;
  • Support the Development Department with fundraising activities, including sending personalized notes and emails on behalf of the ED and Deputy EDs and other outreach;
  • Provide technical support to the ED and Deputy EDs;
  • Manage confidential salary, budget, and legal information;
  • Serve as a liaison between the ED and the Board of Directors; and
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Exceptional organizational skills that reflect sound judgment and ability to perform and prioritize multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail;
  • Proven experience as an executive assistant or in other administrative positions;
  • Proven ability to handle confidential information with discretion, be adaptable to various competing demands, and demonstrate the highest level of customer/client service and response;
  • Ability to prioritize conflicting needs;
  • Handle matters expeditiously and proactively, and follow through on projects to successful completion, often with deadline pressures;
  • Highly resourceful team-player, with the ability to also be extremely effective independently;
  • Very strong interpersonal skills and the ability to build relationships with various stakeholders;
  • Demonstrated proactive approaches to problem-solving with strong decision-making capability;
  • Proficiency with technical tools and applications, such as Google applications, Office Suite (including Excel and Powerpoint), Remote Desktop and VPN, Skype and Signal;
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
  • Excellent note-taking skills;
  • Strong research, writing, and analytical skills;
  • Dedication to human rights and refugee issues;
  • Experience working in an international organization and/or living or working outside of the U.S. is a plus.

SALARY: $49,843-$65,810 depending on years of experience.

IRAP offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including healthcare and retirement plans, a flexible work schedule, and vacation and sick leave.

Application Instructions

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references at this link. Review of applications will start on June 10th and continue on a rolling basis.

This posting is viewable by itself at this link.

About IRAP

The International Refugee Assistance Project (“IRAP”) is a dynamic and growing legal, policy, and advocacy organization that works to develop and enforce a system of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced people around the world. We are the leading organization that provides free and comprehensive legal services to people we serve through registration, protection, and resettlement processes.

IRAP operates offices in the U.S. (New York City and Washington D.C.), Jordan (Amman), Germany (Berlin) and Lebanon (Beirut). Our legal services are supplemented by a corps of pro bono lawyers from leading U.S. and international law firms and multinational corporations, and law students who have created IRAP chapters across the United States and Canada. Through this work, we aim to assist refugees and other displaced people to find safe passage and to transform the landscape of refugee rights in the U.S. and internationally. IRAP has over 80 full-time staff, the majority of whom are based in the New York City office. We are a nimble organization staffed by an innovative and collaborative team that is committed to high standards of quality and close partnerships with our clients, peers, and colleagues.

IRAP believes that diversity is critical to fostering a strong workplace and serving our clients well. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experiences in the communities that we serve, members of other marginalized communities, and individuals whose identities are underrepresented in the legal profession.

Opportunity

IRAP is seeking a Legal Assistant to support the work of our U.S. Legal Services Department in our New York office. The Legal Assistant position will provide administrative support to U.S. Legal Department staff by, amongst other tasks, monitoring a docket of cases by communicating with clients, monitoring case progress and updating case files accordingly. Candidates who are interested in obtaining partial Department of Justice Accreditation with IRAP’s support may also handle a small docket of active immigration cases. The position will report to the Legal Support Manager and work closely with Legal Services Department staff.  This is an exciting opportunity for a well-organized, motivated individual interested in refugees, human rights, and immigration/international law to be part of a growing organization that makes an impact on the lives of refugees and other displaced persons.

Location: Candidate will work in our New York office.

Responsibilities

  • Monitor assigned docket, escalating legal matters as appropriate.
  • Communicate regularly with clients on assigned docket; communicate with other clients as requested and appropriate.
  • Provide administrative support to IRAP attorneys for their direct services case work, including fact-checking, proofreading, redacting, note-taking, filing, mailing, formatting, gathering and organizing documents, and organizing meetings. 
  •  Provide administrative and logistical support for case work quality assurance mechanisms and case file management.
  • Enter, maintain, and organize data.
  • Conduct client intakes as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree or 4+ years of relevant work experience required.
  • Prior experience working in an office environment (paid or unpaid) preferred.
  • Motivated to provide administrative and logistical support in a dynamic work environment.
  • Ability to manage and prioritize a diverse workload with flexibility and strong time management skills.
  • Strong organizational skills, analytical skills, and attention to detail.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Sensitivity to client empowerment and to working with clients of all backgrounds, including LGBTI clients, survivors of trauma, and other vulnerable populations.
  • Familiarity with and orientation towards technology systems, including Microsoft, Adobe, and Google Suite.
  • Fluency in spoken and written English required.
  • Additional languages (particularly Arabic, Dari, Farsi, Kurdish, Pashto, Somali, and/or Spanish) are a plus.

SALARY:  $49,014 – $64,184 depending on years of experience.This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement.

IRAP offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including healthcare and retirement plans, a flexible work schedule, and vacation and sick leave.

Application Instructions

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and a list of three references at this link. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue on a rolling basis.