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.
For a complete list of open positions, please click here.
Request For Proposal for Finance & Accounting Review
The AFSC invites qualified vendors to submit a best-value proposal to conduct a comprehensive analysis and review of finance and accounting processes, systems, procedures and process and propose recommendations to strengthen current and future operations and financial reporting needs.
Community Justice Attorney, Immigrant Rights Program
The Community Justice Attorney will provide legal representation to indigent immigrants, including immigrant youth and their immediate family members in immigration proceedings before the Newark and Elizabeth Immigration Courts. The Attorney will meet with clients, counsel them on eligibility for relief under the immigration laws, prepare applications for submission to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Immigration Court, and represent clients before both agencies. In addition, the Attorney will represent children in New Jersey Superior Court in matters related to Special Immigrant Juvenile petitions.
Program Assistant at the Quaker United Nations Office
QUNO - New York is set up as a partnership between AFSC and the Friends World Committee for Consultation (FWCC), acting together as trustees of the Quaker witness and the Quaker presence at the United Nations in New York. The Quaker UN Committee (QUNC) for New York is responsible for setting program priorities, recommending program plans and budgets to the AFSC Board of Directors, and monitoring and evaluating the work of QUNO-New York.
QUNO staff members facilitate dialogue among UN stakeholders, help bring new ideas and perspectives from the ground to the international policy agenda, offer expert input into UN processes and represent the insights and concerns of Friends in the UN context.
Immigration Justice Campaign Pro Bono Coordinator, Immigrant Rights Program
In collaboration with the Immigration Justice Campaign, a joint initiative between the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the American Immigration Council (AIC), AFSC will expand pro bono referral efforts and the reach of AFSC’s work. This position will develop and pilot strategies for further engaging and retaining pro bono attorneys to ensure greater access to representation for immigrants detained in New Jersey and facing deportation.
The Detention Attorney will be part of AFSC’s Friends Representation Initiative of New Jersey (FRINJ), a publicly-funded project that will provide representation for immigrants who are detained by ICE at immigration facilities in New Jersey and facing removal hearings at either the Newark or Elizabeth Immigration Courts. The Detention Attorney is responsible for direct legal representation of immigrant detainees in removal proceedings.
Senior Detention Attorney
The Senior Detention Attorney will be part of AFSC’s Friends Representation Initiative of New Jersey (FRINJ), a publicly-funded project that will provide representation for immigrants who are detained by ICE at immigration facilities in New Jersey and facing removal hearings at either the Newark or Elizabeth Immigration Courts. The Senior Detention Attorney is responsible for: direct legal representation; mentoring detention attorneys and staff; and participation in statewide and nationwide detention-related advocacy activities.