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Associate Director

For 38 years, DSF has been working to return sea-run fish to the rivers and streams of eastern Maine. The Associate Director is a critical position in this work; this individual is responsible for ensuring that all of the administrative and financial systems that support the programmatic staff function efficiently and productively. The AD manages DSF’s administrative and financial staff, membership systems, and grant programs. The position is responsible for generating 60-70% of organizational revenues through grants from public and private funders. We are looking for a leader with energy, enthusiasm, and a relentless drive to make big things happen.

Development Director

CAWC is currently looking for our new Development Director who will lead strategy to develop, execute, evaluate and continuously improve a strategic fund development and communications plan to support the mission of CAWC and to enhance overall community awareness and support of the agency with multiple stakeholders.

Senior Consultant [Director of Finance], Oakland

About FMA

Fiscal Management Associates (FMA) is a growth-oriented management consulting firm dedicated to building the capacity of the nonprofit sector. We partner with nonprofits, philanthropy, and government to help organizations attain operational excellence, ensure financial sustainability and effectively achieve their desired impact. Our collaborative approach includes client input and involvement at each stage of an engagement.

FMA is made up of a highly diverse team, coming from a wide range of cultural and economic backgrounds and representing a spectrum of experience, race, age, gender, ethnicity, ability, and sexual orientation. A Latina-founded and led organization, FMA draws upon its staff to deliver services that are sensitive to the needs and values of both nonprofit and funding organizations.

Our team works with leaders who are organizing youth movements, fighting against racial and gender inequities, using art for civic engagement, and providing fundamental services to those who need it most, to name a few. Our consulting and training services have consistently earned recognition for their pragmatism and relevance.

Deputy Director, The Fuller Project

The Deputy Director (DD) position is a mission-critical, senior role, focused on strategy, operations, institution building, and culture, while ensuring the CEO is equipped for success across her broad portfolio of responsibilities.

Supervising Immigration Attorney

CASA’s mission is to create a more just society by building power and improving the quality of life in
working-class and immigrant communities. Our vision is a future where we stand in our own power, our
families live free from discrimination and fear, and our diverse communities thrive as we work with our
partners to achieve full human rights for all. CASA has a sister organization, CASA in Action, a
separate, but related, nonprofit organization that is exempt from federal income tax under section
501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. Although CASA and CASA in Action share a common goal of
supporting immigrants and low-income people in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, they are
separate organizations with their own board of directors. A set of employees at the two organizations,
including the person filling this position, shares their time between the two organizations. This has no
effect on salary or benefits.

Since its inception more than fifteen years ago, the CASA legal program has been at the forefront of
creative strategies to combat the many injustices immigrants face in the state of Maryland and the
Washington metro region. The strategies have included individual representation to recover more than
a million dollars in unpaid wages; providing immigration screenings and direct legal assistance to more
than 1,000 community members each year; fighting for liberation, back wages and legal status for
victims of human trafficking; class action litigation to address disparate treatment of immigrant driver’s
license applicants and to win justice for victims of the tragic Flower Branch Apartment explosion; impact
litigation to fight for DACA and TPS beneficiaries; support to CASA’s vibrant community organizing and
political action department to stop immigration enforcement abuses, anti-immigrant ordinances, antiimmigrant
hate crimes.

The legal program at CASA operates under the principles of Justice is the goal, law is a means. It’s a
marathon, not a sprint. We endeavor to find the most creative strategies to combat the abuses and
injustices identified by our constituents. We value justice in the largest sense possible, not only
individual legal solutions, but broad, transformative solutions created in combination with immigrant
leaders, CASA organizers and other staff, other local and national organizations and direct service
staff. We value our time and believe that though hard and sustained effort is often required, real rest is
also necessary for creativity, stamina and “a life,” however defined.

The supervising immigration attorney will be responsible for providing direct representation to CASA
members in complex immigration cases, including representation in immigration court and United
States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), while helping to support the broader immigration
efforts of CASA’s legal team. Under the leadership of the Senior Manager of Legal Services, the
supervising immigration attorney will directly supervise CASA’s immigration staff attorney and other
immigration team members, as assigned. In addition, the position will involve supervising the work of the CASA Immigrant Integration Program’s citizenship efforts in Maryland and Pennsylvania through regular participation in citizenship clinics and review of complex citizenship cases.

Director of Finance and Operations

The Director’s main charge is in identifying and implementing the infrastructure and systems needed to support BPI’s growth.

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