Under the supervision of the Deputy Director, the Grant Manager is responsible for the effective oversight of IIBA’s contract and grant awards for California Department of Social Services (CDSS), including Immigration Services Funding (ISF), Removal Defense (RD), DACA and Naturalization Application Fees (DNAF) and Community College Immigration Services (CCIS) contracts.
IIBA is seeking an Accounting Assistant with knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The position is responsible for accounts payable, assigned general ledger reconciliations, and part of month-end closing process including accounting for various governments, corporate and private foundation grants and restricted contributions. The position is also responsible for assisting Program Directors and the Director of Finance and Administration on program internal and external budgets.
IIBA is interested in hosting law students during summer 2022 as full-time law clerks at one of our eight offices. Law clerks will gain experience in humanitarian immigration law through work on individual legal cases and, depending on the needs of the office, outreach or other special projects. This is an unpaid position.
The Immigration Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) invites graduating law students and recent law school graduates to apply for externally-funded legal fellowships beginning in the fall of 2022. Legal Fellows will be placed at one of IIBA’s seven offices, where they will support IIBA’s mission by providing immigration legal service, advice, and representation in support of low-income individuals.
IIBA is currently seeking two Communications Interns to help further the goals of IIBA’s strategic plan. This is an opportunity to intern at a team oriented nonprofit that is the largest provider of immigration legal services in Northern California.
The role of the Senior Administrative Assistant is to support the Executive Director, Director of Finance and Administration, Human Resources Director and the Development team. A successful candidate will be a team player and a self-starter who is highly organized and able to prioritize, has a strong sense of responsibility, and possesses strong verbal and written communication skills.
The Office Manager is the senior administrative position for the IIBA’s Redwood City Offices. The Office Manager develops and manages the administrative systems and procedures for both Redwood City offices, supervises Administrative Assistant(s), and ensures administrative support to the caseworkers, Program Director, and Director of Programs. The Office Manager will ensure the smooth running of the office and help improve procedures and day-to-day operations.
The Administrative Assistant provides administrative support for IIBA’s Oakland immigration legal program.
The Administrative Assistant provides administrative support for IIBA’s Brentwood immigration legal program.
The Administrative Assistant provides administrative support for IIBA’s Fremont immigration legal program.