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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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Current opening

Full Time, Greensboro, NC

Program Director, North Carolina Immigrant Rights Program (NCIRP)

The NCIRP Director bears ultimate responsibility for the outcomes of the program, leads the team in the program planning and reporting processes, is responsible for the administrative functions of the program, as well as guiding the program with leadership and vision.

Full Time, Philadelphia

Director of Safety and Security

The Director of Safety and Security manages and directs the development, implementation, and evaluation of the AFSC-wide security and risk minimization programs that impact AFSC personnel, facilities, and programs.  S/he will work across the organization to build a culture and base knowledge in which general safety and security is reflected in the workplace, the programs and activities we carry out, and the communities and partnerships we engage.  Reporting to the Deputy General Secretary, this position will consult and collaborate regularly in order to facilitate growth and change.  

FULL-TIME, PHILADELPHIA

Grant Accounting Manager

Under the supervision of the Director, Finance and Budgets, the Grant Accounting Manager works with Regional Controllers, support units, and program units across the organization to ensure compliance with AFSC’s grant submission practices and processes and post-award financial monitoring, reporting and compliance.

FULL-TIME, OAKLAND

Economic Activism Fellow

The Economic Activism program aims to expose, isolate, and reduce corporate complicity in state violence. Large corporations hold immense political power and enjoy legal impunity. When such economic actors profit from mass incarceration, military occupation, immigrant detention, or surveillance and policing, they tend to use their political influence to deepen and entrench these harmful activities.

The Economic Activism Fellow will provide economic activism support to social justice movements working for immigrant rights, prison abolition, against mass incarceration, surveillance, and militarization.

FULL-TIME, NEWARK

Detention Attorney

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.

FULL-TIME, NEWARK

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.

How we work

Love in Action (AFSC Centennial video)