DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

INTERNSHIPS
EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT INTERN, BUDGET & TAX CENTER
UNDERGRADUATE INTERN, BUDGET & TAX CENTER
INTERN, FAIR CHANCE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROJECT
HOUSING & HEALTH POLICY INTERN
COMMUNICATIONS INTERN


DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES

The North Carolina Justice Center is the state’s leading research and advocacy organization dedicated to transforming North Carolina’s prosperity into opportunity for all. Our organization is comprised of projects that provide in-depth expertise on seven major policy areas. Our staff of researchers, community educators, litigators, public policy advocates, and communications specialists use our unique five-strategy approach to improve the lives of North Carolinians with low to moderate incomes.

POSITION OVERVIEW
The North Carolina Justice Center is seeking a full-time Deputy Director of Human Resources. This position will have primary responsibility for human resources systems and employee engagement and will support internal management practices and strategic organizational initiatives. S/he will serve as a member of the NC Justice Center’s Coordinating Council and Senior Management Team. This key management role will develop and execute an organizational HR strategy to support our core operations, enhance the effectiveness of a diverse workforce, and ensure continuous improvement/application of best practices in leadership and management within the Center. The individual will supervise one HR Assistant and will report to the Executive Director.

JOB DUTIES

  • Establish and maintain a deep understanding of the NC Justice Center’s unique needs, challenges, trends, and opportunities related to human resources, benefits administration, and personnel management.
  • Partner with members of core staff and the Directors of our eight projects who form the Coordinating Council, along with the Senior Management Team, to set internal priorities and lead organizational development initiatives to move the organization forward. Identify challenges to implementation and recommend strategies for overcoming them.
  • Supervise and lead the development and implementation of new and existing internal policies, processes, and activities, including recruitment and hiring, onboarding, employee engagement, professional development plans, performance review process, supervision, and offboarding, in support of equity across all staff.
  • Ensure that organizational practices comply with applicable state, federal, and local laws, and are consistent with our Collective Bargaining Agreement and with program practices in equity and inclusion.
  • Foster a positive, collaborative work culture that attracts, keeps, and motivates a diverse staff.
  • Maintain a high level of contact with employees, communicate organizational and departmental strategies and activities, and support NC Justice Center employees on any human resources issues that arise, including supervision, employee support, and problem solving.
  • Partner with the NC Justice Center’s Race Equity Workgroup and EO/AA Committee, to center equity in our recruitment and hiring practices, and to consult with hiring managers to advance processes including all employee hires and internship programs.
  • Work collaboratively with staff across all levels of the organization to proactively address workplace conflict.
  • Manage all confidential employee leave and reasonable accommodation processes.
  • Manage all aspects of the NC Justice Center’s employee benefit programs including vendor selection, program management, and administration.
  • Build and maintain a working relationship with NC Justice Center labor union officers, and proactively address and collaboratively resolve issues that arise.
  • Ensure that employee engagement, retention, and inclusion are organizational priorities and are informed by employee-volunteered data.
  • Design and/or manage relevant training and educational opportunities for staff members.
  • This description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee, and others may be assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  2. Formal HR training and certification (e.g., SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP) strongly preferred.
  3. Minimum five years of mid-level experience in human resources, with at least three years in a management role.
  4. Ability to research and interpret federal, state, and local employment laws.
  5. Excellent judgment, ability to effectively solve problems, multitask, and effectively manage different initiatives and ongoing projects simultaneously.
  6. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build relationships with others, and excellent written and verbal communications skills.
  7. Comfortable with technology. Excellent working knowledge and application of video conferencing solutions and the Microsoft Office365 Suite, including experience with SharePoint and Microsoft Teams (or similar platforms).
  8. Ability to handle sensitive issues with integrity and confidentiality.
  9. Demonstrated commitment to social justice and improving the lives of low-income North Carolinians.
  10. Strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is required.
  11. Understanding of workplace policies and practices related to COVID-19, especially with respect to leave/benefit administration preferred.
  12. Experience working in the nonprofit sector, in a legal services organization, or in a bargaining unit setting a plus.
  13. Experience working in a similarly sized, non-profit organization preferred.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
The North Carolina Justice Center offers inspired co-workers committed to social justice through progressive fiscal and economic policies, as well as a competitive salary within the non-profit sector ($90,000 – $110,000; commensurate with experience and education) and excellent benefits, including but not limited to: six weeks paid time off, paid parental leave, twelve holidays, retirement plan contribution and match, flexible spending account, high quality medical, disability, and life insurance coverage.

TO APPLY
The North Carolina Justice Center is committed to equity and inclusion. People of color and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of a person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, age, disability or genetic information.

The North Carolina Justice Center has retained Elinvar to conduct this search. For confidential consideration, please send your resume and a cover letter to gerri@elinvar.com. The position will be open until filled and we encourage you to apply promptly.


DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The North Carolina Justice Center is the state’s leading research and advocacy organization dedicated to transforming North Carolina’s prosperity into opportunity for all. Our organization is comprised of projects that provide in-depth expertise on seven major policy areas. Our staff of researchers, community educators, litigators, public policy advocates, and communications specialists use our unique five-strategy approach to improve the lives of North Carolinians with low to moderate incomes.

POSITION OVERVIEW
The North Carolina Justice Center is seeking a full-time Deputy Director of Information Technology. This position will have primary responsibility for the NC Justice Center’s information technology and computer systems, including implementing technology-oriented best practices across the organization. S/he will head the Information Technology (IT) department and will serve as a member of the NC Justice Center’s Coordinating Council and Senior Management Team. This key management role will develop and execute an organizational IT strategy to support the NC Justice Center’s core operations, facilitate collaborative working groups, enhance the effectiveness of a distributed workforce, and enable accessible dissemination of information about its substantive work. This critical infrastructure leader will manage IT department staff who deliver high-quality technology services and support across all functional teams of the NC Justice Center. S/he will work independently with general supervision by the Executive Director on collaboratively set goals.

JOB DUTIES

  • Establish and maintain a deep understanding of the NC Justice Center’s unique needs, challenges, trends, and opportunities related to technology, systems, data, and security. Tap into the collective experience of the NC Justice Center’s management and staff members, and solicit input from external partners and stakeholders, as needed, to ensure an inclusive, comprehensive view.
  • Develop and operationalize IT strategy that supports and adapts to the changing demands of the modern workplace and manage IT across the organization.
  • Develop and communicate comprehensive technology policies, procedures, and standards with input from NC Justice Center management, staff, and any outside contract service providers, as necessary.
  • Transparently communicate across the organization, both verbally and in writing, about evolving IT strategy, plans, and policies, providing context for technology decisions as appropriate in clear language, suitable for non-technical audiences.
  • Provide technical expertise and work together with other management team members to oversee maintenance and usage of web and social media technologies, and fund-raising, outreach, and client casework databases.
  • Monitor the technology universe to identify opportunities and threats, building awareness with NC Justice Center management and collaborating on preparedness planning as needed.
  • Ensure compliance with data protection requirements and standards.
  • Interact with senior management team to monitor and validate the organization’s compliance with information security policies; play a key role in defining these policies.
  • Develop and oversee Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound, Inclusive, Equitable (SMARTIE) IT performance metrics based on the Justice Center’s organizational goals; collect and distribute metrics that demonstrate its successes or challenges.
  • Strategically source, secure, and manage relationships with outside vendors as needed.
  • Manage all activities that relate to the operations, performance, support, maintenance, and security of network devices, servers, and applications. Collaborate as needed with multiple hardware and software platform vendors.
  • Lead the implementation of new tools and systems, providing initial and ongoing education, training, and support to users and ensuring a high level of adoption.
  • Provide technical oversight for Communications staff regarding website architecture and work with contractors for web technologies as needed.
  • Develop recommendations, obtain approval, and proactively manage IT budget to support the technology needs of the organization. Review and approve requests for technology purchases.
  • Develop, implement, and test IT disaster recovery processes.
  • Identify, evaluate, and proactively mitigate cyber-security vulnerabilities and threats.
  • Continually assess the effectiveness of the organization’s IT resources through internal and external evaluations and monitoring.
  • Lead efforts to build and support an IT environment that adapts to the diverse technology needs of its users, with an overall goal to increase the organization’s collective technical knowledge, aptitude, and skillsets. Design and/or manage technology-related training and educational opportunities for staff members.
  • This description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee, and others may be assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or a related field or significant advanced training in technology. MBA or other relevant graduate degree is a plus.
  2. Minimum of seven years of experience in the field of Information Technology, including three or more years of management experience, or a combination of equivalent experience and training. Experience working in a similarly sized, non-profit organization preferred.
  3. Experience with Microsoft platforms, systems, software, and servers, including Office 365, Teams, and SQL; cloud-based platforms and tools; systems migration and implementation, and related change management strategies. Experience with Salsa CRM/Engage and Blackbaud Financial Edge preferred. Demonstrated ability to learn new software and web applications is required.
  4. Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills, with strong internal customer service orientation. The ability to respond effectively to management and staff questions, train users, and create training materials.
  5. Must possess ability to work independently and support the work of others in the organization and the ability to solve problems and make decisions under pressure and time constraints.
  6. Skill in developing and managing budgets. Ability to manage vendors and outside service providers. Proven ability to negotiate and manage contracts.
  7. Some evening and weekend work is required.
  8. Demonstrated commitment to social justice and improving the lives of low-income North Carolinians.
  9. Strong commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is required.

COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
The North Carolina Justice Center offers inspired co-workers committed to social justice through progressive fiscal and economic policies, as well as a competitive salary within the non-profit sector ($90,000 – $110,000; commensurate with experience and education) and excellent benefits, including but not limited to: six weeks paid time off, paid parental leave, twelve holidays, retirement plan contribution and match, flexible spending account, high quality medical, disability, and life insurance coverage.

TO APPLY
The North Carolina Justice Center is committed to equity and inclusion. People of color and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of a person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, age, disability or genetic information.

The North Carolina Justice Center has retained Capital Development Services to conduct this search. For confidential consideration, please submit your resume and a cover letter via the following link: https://smrtr.io/52H8t. The position will be open until filled and we encourage you to apply promptly.


LESLIE J. WINNER PUBLIC INTEREST AND CIVIL RIGHTS FELLOWSHIP

The North Carolina Justice Center is seeking a Leslie J. Winner Public Interest and Civil Rights Fellow. The Winner Fellowship provides the opportunity for a recent law school graduate to spend two years as a staff attorney at the North Carolina Justice Center, the state’s leading private, nonprofit, anti-poverty organization. The Fellowship is generously funded by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in honor of Leslie Winner, who has been a champion for the people of North Carolina. Winner spent much of her career as a public servant and public interest lawyer working on issues such as civil rights, gender equity, affordable housing, public education, and higher education. She retired in 2016 after eight years of distinguished service to the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation and nearly 40 years of service to North Carolina. The North Carolina Justice Center is dedicated to transforming North Carolina’s prosperity into opportunity for all. Our organization comprises of projects that provide in-depth expertise on seven major policy areas. Our staff of litigators, researchers, community educators, public policy advocates, and communications specialists use our unique five-strategy approach to improve the lives of North Carolinians with low incomes.

The Winner Fellow will work alongside other litigation staff of the Justice Center. The Fellow will have the opportunity to participate in high-impact trial level and appellate litigation in a wide range of civil rights and poverty law areas that may include consumer, housing, education, employment, criminal justice, health, and public benefits. The Justice Center’s litigation strategies are part of a multi-disciplinary approach to advocacy that integrates legal, policy, public engagement, research, and communications strategies. While the position will primarily assist with the Justice Center’s litigation efforts, the Winner Fellow will be exposed to all aspects of the Justice Center’s work. The Fellow must be eligible for admission to the North Carolina bar by the commencement of the Fellowship. Applicants must have graduated from law school in 2019, 2020, or be expected to graduate in 2021. Applicants should possess strong research, writing, and analytical skills, and a demonstrable passion for and commitment to social and economic justice. Applicants should have an interest in and commitment to developing the skills to handle public interest litigation.

The Justice Center offers inspired co-workers committed to social justice, as well as a competitive salary within the non-profit sector and commensurate with experience and education based on the Justice Center collective bargaining scale (minimum starting salary $49,345) and excellent benefits, including but not limited to: six weeks paid time off, paid parental leave, twelve holidays, retirement plan contribution and match, flexible spending account, high quality medical, disability, and life insurance coverage. This position is in the Justice Center’s bargaining unit, represented by the National Organization of Legal Service Workers, UAW Local 2320.

TO APPLY: For the 2021-2023 Fellowship (commencing between August and September 2021), applicants should submit a resume, the names of three professional or academic references, a writing sample (maximum of 10 pages), and a brief statement of interest (two pages or less) as a single PDF file that has your name in its title, and Winner Fellowship in the subject line to hr@ncjustice.org by November 15, 2020. The statement of interest should explain your background, your commitment to social justice, why you want to engage in litigation at the North Carolina Justice Center, and how this fellowship will further your professional interests and goals.

Our organization is committed to equity and inclusion. People of color and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer. The Justice Center does not discriminate on the basis of person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, age, disability or genetic information.

EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT INTERN, BUDGET & TAX CENTER

North Carolina Justice Center is the state’s leading research and advocacy organization dedicated to transforming North Carolina’s prosperity into opportunity for all. Our staff includes researchers, community educators and coordinators, litigators, public policy advocates, and communication specialists who work across a broad range of issues that impact the lives of families who earn low to moderate incomes.

Overall Responsibility
The Budget & Tax Center (BTC), a project of the North Carolina Justice Center, is seeking a full-time Intern for the Summer of 2021. The BTC INTERN IN EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT will support the development of a portfolio of research and tools for local and state leaders to pursue economic development with a focus on equity and inclusion. This internship provides the successful candidate with an opportunity to get broad understanding of fiscal and economic issues at the state level, engagement with elected and civic leaders in the state and in target communities and exposure to cutting-edge research and practice in the area of equitable development.

The INTERN IN EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT will work to support analysis of the degree to which North Carolina communities are achieving or falling short of equitable development goals and contribute concrete tools to an on-line toolkit for leaders embarking on equitable development efforts. The INTERN will have the opportunity to participate in a Learning Community of leaders from across the state and engage in planning and design sessions with policymakers as well as catalog best practices from within and outside of the state.

Job Duties

  • Conduct research and analysis using federal and state databases and various methods to contribute to a portfolio of work on equitable development
  • Develop at least tools for inclusion in the Equitable Development Toolkit to be launched in February 2022
  • Collect and document best practices in equitable development with relevance to North Carolina
  • Build connection to the field of organizations working on poverty, equitable development, and fiscal analysis in the state particularly in targeted geographies
  • Support the Justice Center’s mission to improve the equality of opportunity for low-income North Carolinians.

Qualifications

  • At least a Bachelor’s degree in public policy, public administration, economics, or city and regional planning with preference for a Master’s degree candidate, with a focus on domestic social, economic, education, and/or anti-poverty policy.
  • Ability to find, gather and synthesize data and information from a diverse variety of qualitative and quantitative sources.
  • Excellent quantitative analysis skills, including competency in Excel.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the mission of improving social justice through progressive fiscal and budget policies.
  • Availability to travel and work some evenings and weekends required.

Compensation
A stipend will be provided for the duration of the Internship.

How to apply
To apply send a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position, resume, and professional references as a single PDF file that has your name in its title, and “BTC Equitable Development Internship” in the subject line to hr@ncjustice.org by March 15, 2021.

The Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer. People of color and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply for available positions. The Justice Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability.


UNDERGRADUATE INTERN, BUDGET & TAX CENTER

North Carolina Justice Center is the state’s leading research and advocacy organization dedicated to transforming North Carolina’s prosperity into opportunity for all. Our staff includes researchers, community educators and coordinators, litigators, public policy advocates, and communication specialists who work across a broad range of issues that impact the lives of families who earn low to moderate incomes.

Overall Responsibility
The Budget & Tax Center (BTC), a project of the North Carolina Justice Center, is seeking a full-time Intern for the Summer of 2021.  The BTC UNDERGRADUATE INTERN will support the development of a portfolio of research and tools for local and state leaders to pursue an equitable recovery from COVID-19. This internship provides the successful candidate with an opportunity to get broad understanding of fiscal and economic issues at the state level, engagement with elected and civic leaders in the state and in target communities, and exposure to research and practice for building an equitable economy.

The UNDERGRADUATE INTERN will work to support analysis on how COVID-19 is deepening longstanding economic inequalities and policy choices that can create a more equitable recovery.  The INTERN will have the opportunity to engage with the state legislative process, collaborate with colleagues on producing budgetary and policy analysis, and tools for using research to shape the policy debate.

Job Duties

  • Conduct research and analysis using federal and state databases and various methods to contribute to a portfolio of work on economic equity
  • Provide research assistance in the development of the State of Working NC report released each Labor Day
  • Produce policy background memos, literature reviews, and other analysis in support of priority work for the Budget & Tax Center
  • Support research on how employee ownership can play a role in North Carolina’s economic recovery
  • Support the Justice Center’s mission to improve the equality of opportunity for low-income North Carolinians.

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate coursework in economics, public policy, or other relevant field
  • Ability to find, gather and synthesize data and information from a diverse variety of qualitative and quantitative sources.
  • Excellent quantitative analysis skills, including competency in Excel.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the mission of improving social justice through progressive fiscal and budget policies.

Compensation
Because we are a non-profit organization entirely dependent on grants and donations, we encourage you to apply for funding through your school and to explore other funding opportunities. Limited funding will be available from the Justice Center.

How to apply
To apply send a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position, resume, and professional references as a single PDF file that has your name in its title, and “BTC Undergraduate Internship” in the subject line to hr@ncjustice.org by March 31, 2021.

The Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer. People of color and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply for available positions. The Justice Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability.


INTERN, FAIR CHANCE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROJECT

The North Carolina Justice Center seeks a Master’s student studying criminal justice, sociology, or public policy to support our Fair Chance Criminal Justice project beginning May 2021 with the possibility of extending through 10 weeks of summer of 2021.

The part-time intern will be involved in legal research and writing, legislative research, and other duties that may be assigned from time to time. The Fair Chance project will make every effort to include the intern in a variety of experiences as they may be available including watching legislative committee hearings, meeting with legislators, and attending strategy sessions or meetings with ally organizations.

About the NC Justice Center
The NC Justice Center is North Carolina’s leading private, anti-poverty non-profit organization. Our mission is to alleviate poverty in North Carolina by ensuring that every household has access to the resources, services, and fair treatment it needs to achieve economic security. In order to improve the ability of families with low incomes to access opportunity and share in the state’s prosperity, the Justice Center pursues a broad policy agenda around the issues of affordable housing, transportation, workforce development and training, public education, supports for working families, consumer protections, immigrants’ rights, access to health care, state budget allocations, and state tax policy.

Compensation
Because we are a non-profit organization entirely dependent on grants and donations, we encourage you to apply for funding through your school and to explore other funding opportunities. Limited funding will be available from the Justice Center.

How to apply
To apply send a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position, resume, and professional references as a single PDF file that has your name in its title, and “2021 FCCJ Intern” in the subject line to hr@ncjustice.org.

Our organization is committed to equity and inclusion. People of color, justice-involved people, and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer. The Justice Center does not discriminate on the basis of person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, age, disability or genetic information.


HOUSING & HEALTH POLICY INTERN

The NC Justice Center is North Carolina’s leading private, anti-poverty non-profit organization. Our mission is to alleviate poverty in North Carolina by ensuring that every household has access to the resources, services, and fair treatment it needs to achieve economic security. In order to improve the ability of families with low incomes to access opportunity and share in the state’s prosperity, the Justice Center pursues a broad policy agenda around the issues of affordable housing, transportation, workforce development and training, public education, supports for working families, consumer protections, immigrants’ rights, access to health care, state budget allocations and state tax policy.

The North Carolina Justice Center seeks a postgraduate student to provide support to several projects of the Justice Center (Consumer, Housing & Energy Project, Budget & Tax Center, and Health Advocacy Project). The focus of the support will be in reference to the intersection of Housing and Health issues and policies and will be for 10 weeks in the summer of 2021.

The intern will be involved in research and writing, legislative research, and other duties that may be assigned from time to time. Examples of possible research include compiling and summarizing best elements of Olmstead Housing Plans from other states; reviewing research regarding harm caused by evictions; and compiling best practices from other states and localities for addressing health through housing policy. The projects will make every effort to include the intern in a variety of experiences as they may be available, including watching and notetaking of legislative committee hearings and sessions, meeting with legislators, and attending strategy sessions or meetings with ally organizations.

Compensation
Because we are a non-profit organization entirely dependent on grants and donations, we encourage you to apply for funding through your school and to explore other funding opportunities. Limited funding will be available from the Justice Center.

How to apply
To apply send a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position, resume, and professional references as a single PDF file that has “2021 Legislative Intern” in the subject line to hr@ncjustice.org by April 15th.

Our organization is committed to equity and inclusion. People of color, justice-involved people, and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer. The Justice Center does not discriminate on the basis of person’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, age, disability or genetic information.


COMMUNICATIONS INTERN

The North Carolina Justice Center is the state’s leading research and advocacy organization dedicated to transforming North Carolina’s prosperity into opportunity for all. Our staff includes researchers, community educators and coordinators, litigators, public policy advocates, and communication specialists who work across a broad range of issues that impact the lives of families who earn low to moderate incomes.

The Communications Team at the North Carolina Justice Center is seeking a part-time intern for the summer of 2021 to advance the project’s digital communications efforts and social media strategy as the team works collaboratively to help spread crucial information to the residents of North Carolina.

The intern will assist the team with project campaigns focusing on digital engagement and social media. They will be responsible for creating social media posts/templates for social series. There is a potential for assisting in recutting video for the Communications and Development teams and help build information architecture of the communications team, as well as other tasks and projects.

Qualifications
The successful candidate will:

  • Embrace a desire to make a difference in North Carolina and a demonstrated commitment to social justice and equity.
  • Be a rising junior/senior undergraduate student or current graduate student, preferably with a focus on journalism, communications, public policy, or English.
  • Have background in/good eye for infographics and graphics.
  • Possess basic design skills, knowledge of Canva and Adobe preferable
  • Have excellent social media acumen and written communication skills.
  • Preferable, but not required, for the candidate to have experience with digital engagement and video editing.

Compensation
Because we are a non-profit organization entirely dependent on grants and donations, we encourage you to apply for funding through your school and to explore other funding opportunities. Limited funding will be available from the Justice Center.

How to apply
To apply send a cover letter explaining why you are interested in this position, resume, and professional references as a single PDF file that has your name in its title, and “Communications Internship” in the subject line to hr@ncjustice.org. The position will remain open until filled.

The NC Justice Center is an equal opportunity employer. People of color and individuals from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply for available positions. The Justice Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ethnic background, citizenship status, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, or disability.