Jobs & Internships

NWIRP is the only organization in Washington State providing comprehensive immigration legal services to low-income immigrants and refugees. Our exciting and dynamic organization serves more than 10,000 individuals from more than 100 countries and 40 language groups each year.

We seek to hire individuals with a demonstrated commitment to immigrant rights and a passion for serving immigrants and refugees in need of legal services. If you feel that your qualifications fit the description for a position listed below, we invite you to send us a résumé and cover letter for review.


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  • Request For Proposal - Graphic Designer: Seattle

    NWIRP plans to expand its marketing and graphic design capacity and seeks the services of a contract graphic designer in 2019 to produce a variety of marketing materials to better support NWIRP’s mission of defending and advancing immigrant rights.

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  • Gift Officer: Seattle

    Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) seeks an ambitious and talented Gift Officer to join our Development and Communications Unit.

    To secure funds for Northwest Immigrant Rights Project by qualifying and managing a donor portfolio, assuring that as many donors as possible are retained and upgraded in their giving and involvement with NWIRP. This position will also assist the Director of Development and Communications in firmly establishing an Individual Giving Program at NWIRP.

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  • Litigation Staff Attorney: Seattle

    NWIRP seeks a staff attorney who will work closely with the Legal Director managing NWIRP’s federal litigation caseload. The caseload focuses primarily on affirmative litigation in federal district court and work before the Court of Appeals. In addition, the staff attorney will be required to provide direct representation to individuals in removal proceedings and in other focus areas as needed. NWIRP’s federal litigation targets systemic change in priority areas. The attorney will work on tasks as assigned by the legal director in managing the casework, primarily in federal district court and the Court of Appeals. The attorney will be responsible for collaborating on a high-volume of work on several cases in federal court while maintaining an individual caseload before USCIS and EOIR. The attorney must be flexible in juggling litigation responsibilities with their direct representation caseload. Attorneys with prior relevant legal experience, specifically with regard to complex federal litigation and removal defense are strongly preferred, but all applicants with the qualifications listed below are welcome to apply.

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