Jobs at NCLR


Community Development Specialist

NCLR’s Housing and Community Development (HCD) component seeks a Community Development Specialist to provide program development experience to community-based organizations in the areas of housing and financial services. HCD’s mission is to increase the wealth of Latino communities and families through community-based programs.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 08-25-2014

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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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Senior Web Content Editor

NCLR’s website creates public awareness, elevates NCLR’s voice and mission, and leverages involvement in issues such as education, health, criminal justice, the economy, civil rights and immigration policy, and institutional events. This position requires a dynamic team-building individual, and we are seeking a senior editor who has a passion for creating Web content and understands how to engage an audience. The Senior Web Content Editor must also be a proven team leader since he/she will also manage the DC communications office when the director is unavailable.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 08-06-2014

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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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Vice President, Resource Development

In this newly created role, the Vice President will serve as the chief development officer and will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the Resources Development (RD) component of NCLR. The Vice President will take the central leadership role in effectively positioning and advancing NCLR in its mission through philanthropic support. The Vice President will establish and execute a comprehensive and strategic resource development program designed to substantially build funding for NCLR.

The Vice President will serve as an officer of NCLR, and will be a part of the senior management team (the Cabinet) that drives the overall strategy for the organization and represents NCLR on a local, regional, and national basis.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 03-06-2014

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Director, Health Policy Project

The Director of the Health Policy Project will set overall strategic goals and objectives for NCLR’s health policy work. S/he will be responsible for ensuring the production of rigorous, timely, and relevant policy documents/materials in support of NCLR’s goals. The Director will build substantive depth and advance goals in a range of health policy areas including health care exchange enrollment, Medicaid expansion, immigrant health access to health insurance, and investment and improvement in federal food nutrition programs.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 02-03-2014

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