Jobs at NCLR


Education Outreach Manager

The Education Outreach Manager is part of the Education program team. The Manager provides leadership in the execution of NCLR projects related to college and career readiness systems. This position can be located at NCLR headquarters in Washington, DC, or the Texas Regional office in San Antonio, TX and reports to the Deputy Vice President of Education and Workforce Development.

LOCATION: Washington, DC/San Antonio. TX
POSTED: 04-15-2015

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Deputy Vice President, Institute for Hispanic Health

NCLR is seeking a Deputy Vice President to join the Institute for Hispanic Health which is dedicated to reducing the incidence, burden, and impact of health problems on Hispanic Americans. IHH works in close partnership with NCLR Affiliates, government partners, private funders, and other Hispanic-serving organizations to deliver quality health interventions.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 03-25-2015

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Events and Operations Training Coordinator, NCLR Homeownership Network Learning Alliance (NHNLA)

NCLR’s Housing and Community Development component seeks an Events and Operations Training Coordinator to manage the logistics of the NCLR Homeownership Network Learning Alliance (NHNLA) Housing Counseling Training and Certification Program. NHNLA was created to deliver training to housing counseling agencies nationwide in an effort to increase the availability of practitioner-level expertise to its counselors.

LOCATION: Washington, DC, Phoenix, AZ, San Antonio, TX
POSTED: 03-12-2015

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Policy Analyst, Wealth-Building Initiative

NCLR is seeking a Policy Analyst to join its Wealth-Building Initiative, which aims to ensure the Latino community’s ability to contribute to and share in the nation’s economic opportunities, in Washington, DC. This position is housed within NCLR’s highly respected Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation (ORAL), one of the most influential, visible, and leading national advocacy organizations championing public policy on behalf of Latinos.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 02-19-15

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Project Manager, Wealth-Building Initiative

NCLR is seeking a Project Manager to join its Wealth-Building Initiative, which aims to ensure the Latino community’s ability to contribute to and share in the nation’s economic opportunities. This position will be located in either the NCLR headquarters in Washington, DC, or in one of NCLR’s field offices located in Los Angeles, CA; Miami, FL; Chicago, IL; or San Antonio, TX. The position is housed within NCLR’s highly respected Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation (ORAL), one of the most influential, visible, and leading national advocacy organizations championing public policy on behalf of Latinos. As a leading advocate on economic policy encompassing the perspectives of Hispanic Americans, NCLR works to advance critical policies in the areas of wages and income security, homeownership, taxes, retirement, financial access and inclusion, and workers’ rights.

LOCATION: Washington, DC; Los Angeles, CA; Miami, FL; Chicago, IL; or San Antonio, TX
POSTED: 02-19-15

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Senior Policy Advisor

NCLR is seeking a Senior Policy Advisor to join its Economic Policy Project, which aims to ensure the Latino community’s ability to contribute to and share in the nation’s economic opportunities, in Washington, DC. This position is housed within NCLR’s highly respected Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation (ORAL), one of the most influential, visible, and leading national advocacy organizations championing public policy on behalf of Latinos.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 02-04-2015

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Prospect Researcher

NCLR is seeking a prospect researcher to lead research efforts as part of the Resource Development team. The candidate will collaborate with the rest of the Resource Development department to advance our individual donor and corporate giving program.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 01-26-2015

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Business Affairs Associate

The Business Affairs Associate is responsible for administrative support to IME, serving as a first point of contact for clients, guests, and partners. This position is also responsible for developing, executing, and managing an office system that ensures the orderly business operations of IME. Accurate financial management, budgeting, and reporting are essential components of this position.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 01-05-2015

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Scheduler/Administrative Assistant, Office of the President

NCLR is seeking a Scheduler/Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support within the Office of the President. This position will report to the Associate Director and work closely with the President and CEO. The ideal candidate will have the ability to exercise good judgment in a variety of situations, with strong written and verbal communication, administrative, and organizational skills. He/she should have the capability to prioritize competing needs, handle matters expeditiously and proactively, and follow through on projects to successful completion, often under tight deadlines.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 11-09-2014

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Policy Analyst, Health Policy Project

NCLR is seeking a Policy Analyst to join its Health Policy Project, which aims to promote and improve the health and well-being of Latinos and their families through policy change. Housed in the Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation, NCLR’s highly respected policy analysis and civil engagement division, the Health Policy Project has a proven track record of significant policy change, advancing work at all phases of the political process, including policy development, legislative debate, and regulatory action.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 08-15-2014

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Policy Analysts - Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation

Policy Analysts will work as members of their respective issue project teams at NCLR, increasing awareness of issues through innovative public policy and program solutions. The Analysts are responsible for providing highly skilled analysis of social, economic, and public policy trends in support of NCLR’s goals.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 04-09-2014

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