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Organization :
The Immigration Project
Location :
Normal, Illinois
Compensation :

$33,000

Application instructions :

Organization: The Immigration Project (TIP)

Job Location: TIP has multiple locations in downstate IL. Travel Required.

Specific geographical assignment dependent on applicant. Some remote work authorized.

Salary: $33,000

Benefits: Generous benefits package including flex time, some remote work, vacation, personal, and sick days, full medical insurance and contributions to Health Savings Account, optional participation in dental and vision insurance. Retirement benefits available after two years.

Position Description

Work under the direction of the Social Services Director to provide income support, social service resources, application assistance, and translation/interpretation to low-income immigrant families in downstate Illinois in compliance with federal, state, and agency programmatic guidelines.

Duties

Provide resource information and referrals by telephone, videoconference, and in person
Build and maintain a directory of immigrant-friendly resources in geographic areas
Travel 2-4 times per month
Assist with scheduling and advertising outreach events and workshops
Communicate with clients in Spanish and/or French to assess needs & program eligibility
Attend training and weekly meetings
Position Requirements

● Applicants must be bilingual. Language ability in English as well as Spanish or French

● Computer skills

● Organized and detail-oriented

● Must live in Illinois

How to Apply

Submit a resume to Social Services Director Sarah Mellor at smellor @immigrationproject.org. Please put “Bilingual Caseworker” in the subject line. No phone inquiries please.

Immigration Project’s Mission

Recognizing that access to accurate, complete information regarding immigration law is geographically and economically restricted for underserved immigrant populations in downstate Illinois, the Immigration Project endeavors to provide access to justice for immigrants and their families through immigration-related legal and educational services to immigrants, refugees, their families and others in downstate Illinois, in a manner and context which recognizes the full dignity of each individual.

The Immigration Project is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Please visit our website at www.immigrationproject.org for more information.PART TIME BILINGUAL HOUSING TEAM ASSISTANT

Organization: The Immigration Project (TIP)
Job Location: TIP has offices in Normal and Champaign. Some travel will be necessary.
Specific geographical assignment dependent on applicant. Some remote work authorized.

Salary: 15 hours a week,

Position Description
Work under the direction of the Housing Team Specialist to conduct intakes regarding housing needs, collect documents, and appointments to complete applications for low-income immigrant families in downstate Illinois in compliance with federal, state, and agency programmatic guidelines.

Duties
● Complete intake questionnaire by telephone, videoconference, and in person
● Assist with collecting documents of clients in a variety of geographic areas throughout

Illinois
● Schedule clients to assist in completing applications with CBRAP or HAF programs
● Communicate with clients in Spanish
● Attend and help plan outreach events

Position Requirements
● Applicants should be bilingual. Spanish preferred. French or other languages would be considered.
● Computer skills
● Organized and detail-oriented
● Must live in Illinois

How to Apply
Submit a resume to Social Services Director Sarah Mellor; smellor @immigrationproject.org
Please put “Housing Team Assistant” in the subject line. No phone inquiries please.

Immigration Project’s Mission
Recognizing that access to accurate, complete information regarding immigration law is geographically and economically restricted for underserved immigrant populations in downstate Illinois, the Immigration Project endeavors to provide access to justice for immigrants and their families through immigration-related legal and educational services to immigrants, refugees, their families and others in downstate Illinois, in a manner and context which recognizes the full dignity of each individual.

The Immigration Project is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. Please visit our website at www.immigrationproject.org for more information.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $33,000.00 per year

Benefits:

Flexible schedule
Professional development assistance
Schedule:

8 hour shift
Monday to Friday
Ability to commute/relocate:

Normal, IL 61761: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
Experience:

Communication skills: 1 year (Preferred)
Language:

Spanish or French (Required)
Work Location: One location

Deadline :
03/01/2023
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