Details: Based on experience
1126 16th St., NW
The Fellowship is a paid, full-time position for one year. It is an exciting opportunity to provide technical and programmatic support to farmworkers and their organizations. The Fellow will assist FJ staff on health promotion and policy advocacy, working primarily on FJ’s health care access projects. The Fellow will:
· Assist in the development of educational materials for farmworkers, service providers, and advocates on issues related to health care access and health policy
· Provide research, analysis, and logistical support to FJ staff
· Track farmworker media and websites
· Monitor federal policy developments on health, immigration, and labor issues
· Assist in monitoring and reporting of project activities
· Support general organizational activities
· Bachelor’s degree
· Excellent research, written, and oral communication skills
· High proficiency in Spanish and/or Haitian Creole (written and spoken) preferred
· Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively on multiple projects with a multidisciplinary team
· Well-organized and detail-oriented
· Strong commitment to the mission of Farmworker Justice
· Experience in health policy preferred
Farmworker Justice (FJ), a non-profit national advocacy organization based in Washington, DC that serves farmworkers and their families, seeks a highly qualified, motivated individual for the Farmworker Justice Fellowship. The individual will support FJ’s work related to farmworker health, occupational safety, and immigration and labor policy.
This position is eligible for health, dental, life, disability insurance as well as participation in a 403(b) retirement plan.
Level of Language Proficiency
High proficiency in Spanish and/or Haitian Creole (written and spoken) preferred.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
To apply, submit a cover letter explaining interest and qualifications, a writing sample, and a resume to Alexis Guild at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls, please.
Applications will be accepted through March 23, 2018.