Career Opportunities

Join our growing team! Learn more about open positions at IIBA below.

Administrative Coordinator, Oakland

Title: Administrative CoordinatorReports to: Staff AttorneyFull-time; Non-ExemptLocation: Oakland The Immigration Institute of the Bay Area was founded in 1918, and its mission is to welcome, educate and serve immigrants, refugees and their families as they join and contribute to the community. Our core work is the provision of high quality, low cost immigration legal services …

Paralegal, Napa

Support IIBA’s mission by providing quality immigration-specific paralegal services, including documentation preparation and forms completion, under the supervision of attorneys and DOJ Accredited Representatives.  

Administrative Assistant, Sonoma

The primary purpose of the Administrative Assistant is to provide administrative support for IIBA’s North Bay immigration legal program. The Administrative Assistant will ensure the smooth running of the office and help improve procedures and day-to-day operations.

Director of Development

The Director of Development is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of Immigration Institute of the Bay Area’s (IIBA) fundraising including developing a major gifts program, annual appeal and planned giving, and special events. The Director works closely with The Executive Director and the communications manager in all development and fundraising endeavors.

Staff Attorney, Oakland Office

The Immigration Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) is seeking a full time Staff Attorney for its Oakland office. This position supports IIBA’s mission by providing quality immigration-specific legal service, advice, and representation in support of low income individuals; supervising legal work of employees and/or volunteer workers at sites; representing IIBA at events for clients, partner organizations, and the media; and maintaining high standards for legal protocols and record keeping.

Removal Defense Staff Attorney, Redwood City Office

This position supports IIBA’s mission by providing quality immigration-specific legal service, advice, and representation in support of low-income residents of San Mateo County in removal proceedings; supervising legal work of employees and/or volunteer workers at sites; representing IIBA at events and partner organizations; and maintaining high standards for legal protocols and record keeping. 

Staff Attorney or DOJ Accreditation Representative, Oakland Office

The Immigration Institute of the Bay Area (IIBA) is seeking a full time Staff Attorney or a DOJ Accreditation Representative for its Oakland office. This position supports IIBA’s mission by providing quality immigration-specific legal service, advice, and representation in support of low income individuals; supervising legal work of employees and/or volunteer workers at sites; representing IIBA at events for clients, partner organizations, and the media; and maintaining high standards for legal protocols and record keeping.

Summer Law Clerk

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.

Immigration Legal Fellowship

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.

Office Manager, Redwood City Office

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.

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