80 Maiden Lane
Through the Immigrant and Refugee Services Division, Catholic Charities Community Services is a leading provider of quality immigration legal services in New York City and the Lower Hudson Valley. The Community Legal Clinic (CLC) Manager’s role will be to deepen, enhance, and expand this work through coordination and management of community outreach, volunteer recruitment, logistical preparation, training, and delivery of services for monthly, large-scale, community legal clinics (100+ participants) throughout New York City, South Bronx, and the Lower Hudson Valley.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:
- Develop and implement plans for execution of monthly clinics, including space for clinics, on the ground support needs, logistical preparation, co-sponsor/partner relations, and manage completion of material creation for each clinic.
- Create and finalize promotional materials for clinics, including recruitment flyers, volunteer opportunity postings on Salesforce and other platforms, including promotion on the Catholic Charities website and others.
- Manage on the ground outreach, including know your rights presentations and appointment scheduling at events or after presentations at parishes and local partner sites in the area, as well as street outreach in the region.
- Develop and implement volunteer programming for monthly legal clinics, which will include: recruiting volunteers for screening, application assistance, interpretation, and logistical support, tracking and matching opportunities, overseeing volunteer schedules and assignments, developing protocols for volunteer work, maintaining listservs of volunteers in coordination with the Special Projects Manager.
- Create methods to implement new aspects of the legal clinics, including resource tabling, consular partnerships, know your rights presentations, or other needs as identified by the community.
Position Type and Expected Hours of Work:
This is a full-time position that will require performing work at CCCS’ office and occasionally at other locations. Days and hours of work are generally 9 AM to 5 PM Monday – Friday. Additional hours are required to meet contractual and program obligations and deadlines. Position requires willingness throughout New York City, South Bronx and the Lower Hudson Valley.
Education and/or experience required:
- Bachelor’s degree and at least four years of related, professional-level experience.
- Working experience with local community and political stakeholders.
- Excellent computer proficiency, and ability to utilize statistical and multiple database systems.
- Previous experience in program and staff management in related environments.
Skills, licenses, and/or competencies required:
- Spanish fluency required.
- New York State driver’s license required.
Level of Language Proficiency
Minimum Education Required