Join Our Team
The Phoenix Legal Action Network (PLAN) builds community trust and power in partnership with immigrant-led organizations to advance justice for immigrants and their families in Phoenix, Arizona. We are a small and growing nonprofit organization with two staff. Our staff is supported by a dedicated and engaged Board of Directors, the majority of who are women of color and identify with the immigrant experience.
We are currently looking for a passionate immigration attorney to join our team and lead our immigration legal services program. The attorney will have a large voice in the organization and ideally will also have an interest in growing with us. This is an immediate opening for an immigration attorney. We will be considering applications on a rolling basis and encourage interested candidates to apply as soon as possible.
For full details about PLAN and the position including responsibilities, qualifications, compensation and benefits, please review the full job posting here.
How to Apply:
To apply, complete the position interest survey (includes uploading resume). Qualified applicants will be invited to an interview.
Candidates from underrepresented groups encouraged to apply:
Research shows that qualified individuals who identity as women, black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) are less likely to apply to jobs unless they meet every single qualification. PLAN welcomes and encourages all individuals who meet the “Required Qualifications” to apply if they believe they have the skills necessary to thrive in this role even if they do not have all of the “Desired Qualifications.”
In keeping with our organizational values, which include centering immigrant voices, we particularly encourage applications from those whose identities and lived experiences reflect the rich diversity of our immigrant community, including but not limited to, DACAmented immigrants, formerly undocumented immigrants, immigrants with only work authorization, U.S. citizens in mixed status families, immigrants with status, individuals impacted by the immigration deportation machine, and first-generation immigrants.