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We're looking for people who are passionate about improving the lives of Hispanic Americans

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All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, national origin, marital status, religion, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, personal appearance, family responsibilities, political affiliation, or enrollment in a college, university, technical school, or adult education.

Field Campaign Manager, Education Policy Project

The Field Campaign Manager will be responsible for tracking state policy efforts, identifying advocacy needs in the states; planning intervention strategies; developing and carrying out outreach, communications, and alliance-building strategies; reporting on progress; and carrying out other activities to advance NCLR’s policy goals. They will collaborate with various NCLR teams to advance integrated campaigns that leverage organizational assets, and with external partners, to maximize outcomes. Job responsibilities will require strong organizational and communication skills, as well as a strong ability to prioritize tasks, and handle simultaneous requests.

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HCD Compliance Manager

The Compliance Manager is a member of NCLR’s Housing and Community Development (HCD) component, responsible for ensuring the component adheres to all program and legal standards and in-house policies. The Compliance Manager will support the Associate Director of NCLR’s Homeownership Network (NHN) and the Vice President of HCD with the enforcement of regulations in all aspects and levels of business, as well as provide guidance on compliance matters.

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Accounting and Reporting Specialist

The Accounting and Reporting Specialist is a member of NCLR’s Housing and Community Development (HCD) component, and is responsible for all accounting and financial reporting tasks for all of the component’s programs.

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California Regional Coordinator

The California Regional Coordinator will report to the AMS Director, who oversees the California, Far West, and Texas regions. As such, the Regional Coordinator may support cross-regional work, such as support of AMS technical support of Affiliates on nonprofit management topics through convenings, NCLR’s Annual Conference, or other projects. Additionally, the Regional Coordinator will also serve as a liaison between NCLR’s Education, Workforce Development, and Health components, and the AMS component.

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Development Associate - Resource Development

The Development Associate will play an integral role in identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding Annual Fund donors. This individual will be responsible for planning and executing in-house direct mail campaigns, fundraising events, donor meetings and communications, and carrying out administrative functions for the department, as appropriate. The ideal candidate must be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously, and manage fast-paced schedules with professionalism, maturity, poise, and confidence.

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Executive Assistant - Resource Development

The Executive Assistant reports to the Senior Vice President; however, specific work may be assigned and supervised by other staff project leads. As such, experience and comfort reporting to multiple supervisors is necessary.

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Policy Analyst, Education Policy Project

Policy Analyst will primarily be engaged on issues related to the implementation of the newly signed Every Student Succeeds Act.  The Policy Analyst is responsible for providing policy analysis examining the impact of education proposals and providing feedback and policy options that will benefit vulnerable students.  The position will work closely with colleagues in NCLR’s Education programs component.

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Senior Vice President, Communications and Marketing

In this newly-created role, the SVP, working across the organization and engaging with internal and external partners, will be responsible for NCLR’s overall communications, marketing and branding strategies. This person will develop a longer-term vision for the communications function, drive and integrate an organization-wide brand strategy and contribute to the organizational strategic planning process. This role will establish positioning and build advocacy for the organization’s messages, initiatives and goals in pursuit of broad action and sensible solutions.

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Policy Analyst, Health Policy Project

NCLR is seeking a Policy Analyst to join its Health Policy Project, whose vision is for all Latinos and their families to have the opportunity and ability to achieve optimal health and thrive no matter who they are, where they live, or how much they earn.

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