Jobs at NCLR


Communications Coordinator

NCLR is seeking a communications coordinator for its Washington, DC, office. This position is housed in the Communications Department and works alongside the Office of Media Relations, Digital, and Web Communications. It is under the direct supervision of NCLR’s Senior Director of Communications. The coordinator is responsible for providing support to all staff in the Communications Department to ensure successful completion of media outreach and online communications activities, as well as other communications duties assigned that strengthen NCLR’s profile and brand, raise awareness, and promote NCLR’s advocacy and programs work.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 07-09-2015

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California State Advocacy Strategist

NCLR is seeking a California State Advocacy Strategist to join its Civic Engagement Project, which works to expand the power and influence of the Latino community to shape public policy debates. This team is housed within NCLR’s Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation (ORAL), one of the most influential and visible national advocacy think tanks championing public policy on behalf of Latinos. The Civic Engagement Project leverages policy and program expertise, communications and polling, and community participation, linking eligible immigrants to citizenship, citizens to registration and voting, and the NCLR Affiliate Network and the Latino community to issue campaigns, to achieve transformational policy change.

LOCATION: Los Angeles or Sacramento, CA
POSTED: 07-06-2015

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Digital Coordinator

The Digital Coordinator position will reside in the Digital component of the Communications Department and under the direct supervision of NCLR’s Senior Manager of Digital. The coordinator will execute the organization’s online and mobile campaigns in collaboration with NCLR’s social media channels.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 05-28-2015

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Community Development Specialist

NCLR’s Housing and Community Development (HCD) component seeks a Community Development Specialist to provide program development support to community-based organizations in the areas of housing and financial services. The mission of HCD is to increase the wealth of Latino communities and families through community-based programs. A primary vehicle for achieving this goal is the NCLR Homeownership Network (NHN), NCLR’s largest wealth-building program.

LOCATION:  Miami, San Antonio, Chicago or Phoenix
POSTED: 05-28-2015

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Associate Director, National Campaigns

NCLR is seeking an Associate Director of National Campaigns for its Civic Engagement Department, which works to strengthen Latino voting and advocacy engagement by linking eligible immigrants to citizenship, citizens to registration and voting, and the community at large to issue campaigns.

LOCATION: Washington, DC
POSTED: 05-20-2015

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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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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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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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