Employment information center of the American Friends Service Committee
The American Friends Service Committee is a Quaker Organization which includes people of various faiths who are committed to social justice, peace, and humanitarian service. Its work is based on the Quaker belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Read more about AFSC's commitment to diversity and inclusion.
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Social Media Manager
The Social Media Manager coordinates the strategy for AFSC’s use of a variety of social media networks to build new and lasting relationships to support AFSC’s social change efforts. The position will actively create content and engage on select networks on AFSC’s behalf. They will support AFSC staff around the world to use social media to cultivate and engage supporters and program constituents. The Social Media Manager serves on AFSC’s Web Team and with them develops integrated online and social media efforts that support our programs, fundraising, and overall visibility.
Detention Legal Assistant
The Legal Assistant will be part of AFSC’s Friends Representation Initiative of New Jersey (FRINJ), a publicly-funded project that provides representation for immigrants who are detained by ICE at immigration facilities in New Jersey and facing removal hearings at the Elizabeth Immigration Court. The Legal Assistant will provide support to staff attorneys in representation of detained clients by receiving communications from detainees, collecting documents in support of applications, communicating with families and service providers, preparing and submitting documents to Immigration Court, preparing immigration applications to USCIS, translation of documents, and ensuring accurate case tracking and data reporting.
Media Relations Director
The Media Relations Director promotes AFSC as a bold, trustworthy voice on key global peace and justice issues. Using traditional and social media skills, the Media Relations Director will promote awareness of AFSC and promote the effectiveness of nonviolence. The Director will coordinate trainings and procedures that help experts throughout AFSC better attain media coverage. The Director will manage crisis communications, media pitching, op-ed placement, and media-friendly events to amplify visibility for our overall work (both U.S. and international), with a personal portfolio more focused on international peacebuilding work.