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  • Saturday, June 13, 2020 9:55 AM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    Town of Davie, FL - Home | Facebook

    Assistant Town Attorney

    Salary 

    $90,167.58 - $133,297.42 Annually

    Location 

    Davie, FL

    Job Type

    Full-Time

    Department

    Town Attorney

    Job Number

    20-082

    Closing

    6/16/2020 5:00 PM Eastern

    Description

    The Assistant Town Attorney is a member of the Town Attorney's Office. Work is performed under general direction of the Town Attorney with significant latitude in the use of initiative and independent judgment. The employee provides legal guidance to the various Town departments, the Town Council, and the Town Advisory Boards and Committees. The work includes legal research and writing on various local government legal issues. Additional responsibilities are drafting and/or reviewing of resolutions, ordinances, contracts, legal pleadings, legal correspondence, and various routine legal documents. The employee shall represent the Town in litigation and administrative proceedings, when necessary. The employee shall act as the Town prosecutor handling municipal ordinance prosecution. This position requires a high level of critical thinking and ingenuity to bring successful resolutions to issues ranging from routine legal matters to unusually complex legal issues that the Town faces.

    Minimum Requirements (Must meet by the closing date of the posting unless otherwise stated)
    • Juris doctor degree from an accredited school of law.
      Minimum of three years of experience in local government law.
      Must possess a license to practice law in the state of Florida and be an attorney at law in good standing in Florida.
    Special Requirements
    • Experience in litigation, land use, zoning, development and redevelopment and public records law.
    • Must possess and maintain a valid class "E", State of Florida Driver's License with an acceptable driving record.

    Agency Town of Davie

    Address 6591 Orange Drive

    Davie, Florida, 33314

    Phone 954-797-1100

    Website http://www.davie-fl.gov

    Please Apply Here

  • Friday, June 12, 2020 12:15 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    Crime Victim Law Conference

    NCVLI - Director of Strategic Outreach and Partnerships

    Working at Lewis & Clark College

    The campus is located on 137 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds in Portland’s southwest hills. Our strong commitment to sustainability is reinforced through recycling programs, energy conservation, alternative transportation options, and farm to fork initiatives. For benefit-eligible positions, we offer a competitive benefits package that includes options for health, dental, vision, tuition, life insurance, retirement and more.

    Lewis & Clark College is committed to achieving a diverse workforce. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status or age.

    JOB PURPOSE:

    Founded in 2000, the National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational and legal institute located at Lewis & Clark Law School in downtown Portland offices. NCVLI’s mission is to actively promote balance and fairness in the justice system through crime victim centered legal advocacy, education, and resource sharing.  We promote crime victims’ rights in criminal, civil, military and administrative justice systems nationwide through litigation (in the form of amicus curiae, occasional direct representation, and legal technical assistance); education through publications and trainings (both in-person and technology-assisted); and public policy development.  NCVLI is funded primarily by government grants and contracts, and this is position is partially grant-funded, the continuation of which is dependent upon renewal of funding.  For more information about NCVLI, visit the website: www.ncvli.org.

    As a member of NCVLI’s leadership team, the Director of Strategic Outreach & Partnerships will lead efforts to design and implement diverse and creative education and outreach initiatives for key audiences and cultivate relationships and strategic partnerships and coalitions in order to extend the impact of NCVLI’s work.  In this position, the Director will be a strategic leader excited by the intersection of legal practice, training, and policy. The Director will represent NCVLI at trainings, public speaking engagements, workshops, conferences and on committees. The Director will oversee the design and implementation of strategic trainings and outreach events on victims’ rights.  To achieve success, the Director will work closely with the Executive Director to develop and manage strategies to foster partner engagement to advance victims’ rights.  This new position will report to the Executive Director and play a pivotal role in NCVLI’s efforts to advance victims’ rights practice and policy through training and collaborations. 

    DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Supervision (51%)

    • Responsible for the selection, training, supervision, evaluation, performance management, and discipline of select staff working on training, outreach and strategic activities.
    • Work to develop professional growth and learning opportunities to enhance internal capacities for effective communications, trainings, and outreach.
    • Provide leadership and strategic direction for NCVLI with a focus on culture, mission, and vision.
    • Encourage and build mutual trust, respect, and cooperation among employees.
    • Establish long-range objectives and specify the strategies and actions to achieve them.
    • Build and work with diverse teams effectively.

    Education & Outreach (25%)

    • Design and implement strategic trainings and outreach events on victims’ rights for diverse audiences.
    • Oversee and participate in the simultaneous implementation of a wide range of outreach and education initiatives.
    • Work with team to craft communications and messaging for target audiences including advocates, attorneys, volunteers, funders and policymakers.  
    • Collaborate with staff the design and implementation of train-the-trainer type efforts to grow capacity for effective education and outreach both within NCVLI and with partners.
    • Master the use of existing resources, platforms, and programs and regularly seek out and employ new and better tools and techniques for all training and outreach efforts.
    • Write educational pieces on victims’ rights and law as part of efforts (e.g., op-eds, white papers).
    • Occasionally serve as an on-the-record spokesperson for NCVLI to help educate the public and policymakers about victims’ rights.

    Strategy & Partnerships (19%)

    • Stay current on developments in victim law and policy, as well as relevant social science research.
    • Cultivate and steward a portfolio of ~200 influential partners – both individuals and organizations – to advance victims’ rights outreach and educational activities that to position NCVLI to achieve targeted impact goals across law, policy and community awareness domains.
    • Collaborate with other senior staff, board members and alumni to strengthen, deepen, and expand strategic partnerships to advance the mission of NCVLI.
    • Develop and manage strategies for partner engagement to advance victims’ rights.
    • Build and leverage relationships with individuals and organizations in the victim services sector, legal profession and amongst allied professionals.
    • Manage contracted consultants for training and outreach activities. 
    • Collaborate with Executive Director, Board of Directors and Advisory Council to leverage expertise to help advance mission and vision of NCVLI.

    Other duties (5%)

    • Works closely with all staff to advance NCVLI’s mission and ensure all projects are programmatically sound, well-managed, timely implemented and enhance the rights of diverse victim populations, including those who have been historically under- or unserved.
    • Perform other duties as assigned, including contributing to team meetings and retreats, and supporting grant writing, fundraising, and reporting.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    • J.D. with five years’ experience post-law school designing, managing, facilitating and evaluating diverse training and/or educational efforts leveraging adult learning theory.
    • Three years’ experience post-law school working in public policy or related field.
    • Two years’ experience supervising other staff, including professional staff.
    • Experience building relationships with leaders in practice, policy, and funder communities.
    • Experience developing and advancing external relations and/or strategic partnerships.
    • Experience synthesizing complex ideas from law and translating for multiple audiences.
    • Demonstrated ability to strategically spearhead projects that are deadline-driven and involve multiple internal and external stakeholders.
    • Ability to work in a small, highly motivated and fast-moving office environment with frequent change, innovation and need for folks to be willing to fill any role needed for the success of the organization and/or project.
    • Culturally open-minded, flexible, and open to suggestions and opinions, with a passion for continued personal and team growth.
    • Skilled at speaking in large and small group public settings for diverse audiences.
    • Excellence in communication (oral and written) with demonstrated ability to communicate with both technical and non-technical persons.
    • Demonstrated organizational and project management skills.
    • Superb interpersonal skills.
    • Committed to issues affecting crime victims as well as to the interconnected issues of racial, economic and gender justice, and fighting systems of oppression.
    • Excellent skills in leadership, direction, and persuasion.
    • Ability to work effectively with a wide variety of perspectives and personalities.
    • Demonstrated ability to work as part of a team to advance organizational mission and voice and to perform a variety of duties as needed in the organization.
    • Ability to honor and work with all identities and individuals, particularly those who are underrepresented in the country and/or at Lewis & Clark College
    • Commitment to NCVLI mission.

    PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    • Existing knowledge of victims’ rights enforcement.
    • Ph.D. or Higher education degree in Adult Learning, Communications or Project Management.
    • Bar admission preferred
    • Seven years’ experience post-law school developing and deploying training and/or educational efforts.
    • Five years’ experience post-law school working in public policy or related field.
    • Four years’ experience supervising other staff, including professional staff.
    • Experience in understanding theories of and implementing practices to resist oppression.
    • Familiarity with and experience in a nonprofit or legal environment is highly desirable.
    • Conversational exposure to multiple languages to aid NCVLI’s continued efforts toward inclusivity.

    WORK SCHEDULE:

    • Full time
    • Benefits Eligible: Yes

    PAY RATE:

    • $75,000 - 85,000 annually
    • Commensurate with experience

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

    • The job works primarily at a desk or is otherwise involved in activities requiring little lifting, climbing or working in tiring positions 
    • Standing, sitting, walking, grasping/gripping, reaching, repetitive hand movements (e.g., typing), seeing, talking, hearing

    Directions for Cover Letter

    Please upload your cover letter on the My Experience screen in the resume section.

    Lewis & Clark College adheres to a nondiscriminatory policy with respect to educational programs, activities, employment, and admission.  We do not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, sex, religion, age, marital status, national origin, the presence of any physical or sensory disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state, and local laws.  The Associate Vice President of Human Resources has been designated to handle inquiries regarding employment- and disability-related non-discrimination policies.  Title IX inquiries may be directed to the Title IX coordinator or deputy Title IX coordinators

    (https://www.lclark.edu/about/title_ix_compliance). 

    Reasonable Accommodation

    Federal law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. Please tell us if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job or to perform your job. Examples of reasonable accommodation include making a change to the application process or work procedures, providing documents in an alternate format, using a sign language interpreter, or using specialized equipment. 

    Background Check

    Lewis & Clark College will conduct a background check on the finalist, which will include a criminal record check. If a conviction is discovered, a determination will be made whether the conviction is related to the position for which the individual is applying or would present safety or security risks before an employment decision is made. A criminal conviction does not necessarily automatically bar an applicant from employment.

    Eligibility to Work

    In order to comply with US Homeland Security Department regulations, all employees must complete an I-9 form in Workday prior to or no later than the first day of work and bring originals (no photocopies) of their supporting documentation to Human Resources no later than the 3rd business day of employment. Failure to have a completed I-9 form on file with the College will result in immediate termination of employment.

    Please Apply Here

  • Tuesday, June 02, 2020 12:03 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)


    Inspector General

    Minimum Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree. At least 10 years of experience as a Federal, State or local law enforcement officer; as a Federal or State court Judge; as a Federal, State or local government attorney; or have ten years of progressive supervisory experience in an investigative public agency similar to an inspector general's office.

    Recruitment Notes

    Miami-Dade County is seeking a progressive, experienced, and results-oriented Inspector General to lead the Office of Inspector General (OIG). The staff includes seasoned investigators, auditors, contract oversight specialists and administrative support totaling 39 positions. The OIG is authorized to detect, investigate and prevent fraud, waste, mismanagement and abuse of power in County projects, programs or contracts, and can carry out these goals while autonomous, independent and insulated from political influences. It is one of a few OIGs in the country that has jurisdiction to investigate officials at any level, including elected officials. The organization and administration of the Office of the Inspector General shall be sufficiently independent to assure that no interference or influence external to the Office adversely affects the independence and objectivity of the Inspector General.

    The candidate should be able to demonstrate their ability to be a leader with vision, able to set strategy for the Office of Inspector General, pursue the mission with integrity and have the ability to engage respectfully with the Board of County Commissioners (Board) and the Administration.

    Additional responsibilities will include but are not limited to: providing direction and supervision for audits, investigations, and management reviews relating to programs and operations. The Inspector General will keep the Board and the Administration informed of fraud, abuses, and deficiencies through written reports. The Inspector General will assess the reliability and validity of the information provided by all sources and ensure that the appropriate resources are allocated between audit, investigative, and other accountability activities. Since 2007, through an Interlocal Agreement between the Miami-Dade Public School District and Miami-Dade County, the Miami-Dade County Inspector General has also served as the Inspector General for the Miami-Dade Public School District.

    For Fiscal Year 2019-20, the County's adopted budget is $8.9 billion dollars. Miami-Dade County is internationally recognized for its achievement in implementing a results-oriented government culture. The County's Strategic Business Plans are developed with significant input from the community in setting priorities.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    The Inspector General shall possess a Bachelor's degree and ten years of experience in any one, or a combination of the following fields:

    Federal, State, or Local law enforcement officer

    Federal or State Court Judge

    Federal, State or Local government attorney

    Ten years progressive supervisory experience in an investigative public agency similar to an inspector general's office are required.

    The ideal candidate must have managed and completed complex investigations involving allegations of fraud, theft, deception and conspiracy; and the demonstrated ability to work with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and the judiciary.

    Benefits:

    Miami-Dade County offers outstanding comprehensive benefits that include: full medical, dental, optional vision and disability insurance; optional 457 pre-tax savings plans, optional flexible spending accounts, 14 paid holidays; vacation and sick leave; and employee contributory membership in the Florida Retirement System.

    Applicants qualifying for employment will be subject to an extensive background check including, but not limited to, fingerprint checks, employment verification and other procedures. All resume submittals are subject to State of Florida Public Records Law.

    Miami-Dade County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants and employees are protected from discrimination based on certain categories protected by Local and Federal law.

    Qualified applicants may apply online for the Inspector General Job Opening # 59723 at www.miamidade.gov/jobs or send resumes via email to Recruitment@miamidade.gov or mail to Kathy L. Horton, Human Resources Manager, Recruitment and Internal Placement, Human Resources Department, 111 NW 1st Street, Suite 2110, Miami, FL 33128. For additional information contact Ms. Kathy L. Horton at (305) 375-2668 or Kathy.Horton@miamidade.gov. All documents submitted in response to the advertisement are public records pursuant to Chapter 119 Florida Statutes.

    Please Apply Here

  • Thursday, May 21, 2020 12:14 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)


    Community Action and Human Services Department Legal Advisor

    Juris Doctor (JD) from an accredited law school and be a Florida licensed attorney in good standing with no prior disciplinary proceedings that resulted in the imposition of any penalty. Two (2) years of litigation experience are required. The employee in this position must take the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV) Core Competency Training within 60 days from the date of employment. Proof of education, license requirement and work experience to meet minimum qualifications must be presented and will be verified. The close date is 05/22/2020.

  • Monday, March 30, 2020 5:19 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    ACLU of Florida

    DEPUTY LEGAL DIRECTOR

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation of Florida seeks a Deputy Legal Director. The Deputy Legal Director works closely with other members of the legal team and other members of the senior staff to achieve the organization’s goal of protecting the liberties that define our democracy. This position is located in the organization’s Miami office but includes some travel.

    The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Florida is an affiliate of the national ACLU, a national public interest organization devoted to the defense of the Bill of Rights. For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has served as the nation’s primary protector of the liberties that define our democracy. The organization implements its vital civil liberties mission in all 50 states in large part through affiliate entities such as the ACLU of Florida. Operating out of four offices—Miami (main), Tampa, Pensacola, and Jacksonville—the Florida affiliate has a budget of over $8 million and 55 staff members, placing it among the larger ACLU affiliates in the nation.

    The ACLU of Florida, the state’s largest civil rights and civil liberties organization, employs litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education to protect and promote a broad range of constitutional values and individual rights, such as freedom of speech, racial justice, right to privacy, religious liberty, criminal justice reform, voting rights, reproductive rights, LGBT rights, disability rights, and immigrants’ rights. The ACLU of Florida litigates a broad range of complex constitutional cases in federal and state courts through direct representation, filing amicus briefs, and submitting administrative complaints to state and federal agencies.

    POSITION OVERVIEW

    The Deputy Legal Director is a staff position within the Affiliate’s Legal Department. The position reports to the Legal Director. The position is focused on (1) assisting the Legal Director in the administration and management of the statewide legal program; and (2) assisting with litigation and other legal advocacy. The position is part of the senior staff.

    Management and Administration

    Staffing

    With an eye on diversity, equity, and inclusion, the Deputy Legal Director will:

    • Oversee the process for recruiting, hiring, onboarding, and managing new legal staff, fellows, and interns.
    • Oversee sustained efforts to create and nurture pools of diverse candidates from which to recruit.

    Management

    • Supervise multiple legal staff members.
    • Supervise all fellows, interns, and volunteers.
    • Manage development and mentoring of staff, including identifying, supporting, and developing staff strengths, as well as—for attorneys—ensuring opportunities for writing, discovery, witness examinations, arguments, and other professional growth points.
    • Collaborate with the Legal Director and senior staff in creating an organizational culture of belonging.
    • Collaborate with the Legal Director and senior staff in creating an organizational culture of planning and accountability.

    Strategy, Cross-Departmental Collaboration, and Integrated Advocacy

    • Ensure alignment across departments with our campaign plans.
    • Ensure and facilitate sufficient communication across departments concerning ongoing fulfillment of commitments made in the campaign-plan documents.
    • Ensure Department staff maintain and foster relationships with other departments and with media, coalition partners, and other targets and allies.
    • Work with the leadership team to pursue and implement organizational goals
    • Actively collaborate with the legal director and senior staff in strategic decisions, and share ownership of the resulting decisions.

    Administration

    • Supervise the Legal Program Manager and Paralegal’s management of the organization and maintenance of legal files, including but not limited to the docket, retainer agreements and co-counseling agreements, discovery (including transcripts and document production), settlement agreements, and timesheets and fee awards.
    • Supervise the Legal Program Manager and Paralegal’s development and maintenance of our document-management system (currently Clio) (which includes ensuring that the matter data is accurately entered into the system and any appropriate documents are uploaded and appropriately organized and categorized in the system; supporting attorneys in using and maintaining the system; and recruiting, training, and supervising any volunteers in support of this effort).
    • Supervise the Legal Program Manager and Paralegal’s maintenance of the matter list, including coordinating regular updates to the case statuses and summaries.
    • In collaboration with the Legal Program Manager and Paralegal, oversee and continually assess utilization of all technology resources, including PACER and PacerPro; case, document, knowledge, and task management (e.g., Asana; Clio; the matter list; the Z drive; Sharepoint); time-keeping; and third-party vendor management.
    • Implement and monitor implementation of Department policies, procedures, and protocols, including identifying opportunities to reduce or eliminate overlap and duplication of effort throughout the Department to promote effectiveness, efficiency, and use of best practices, creating centralized resources that are well maintained and accurate.
    • Assist the Legal Director in the development, creation, implementation, maintenance, and ongoing review of a Legal Department manual that includes relevant Department policies and procedures
    • Draft quarterly legal reports for the state board concerning Department activity.
    • Support the Legal Director in work concerning the state board’s legal panel, chapter legal panels, and any other relevant legal committees.
    • Ongoingly lead efforts to recruit pro bono firms.
    • Assist with fundraising and donor cultivation as requested by the Development Department.
    • Assist the Legal Director with expense tracking and budgeting.
    • Support and coordinate the Department’s work with other departments.
    • Ensure the Legal Director, Executive Director, and other members of the leadership team are adequately informed of work and consulted appropriately.
    • Assist with all other legal program activities as needed and as assigned.

    Legal

    • Investigate, develop and litigate high-impact civil-rights and civil-liberties cases at all stages in state and federal trial and appellate courts, includes conducting factual and legal research, preparing memoranda, writing demand letters, drafting pleadings and briefs, conducting discovery, arguing motions, trying cases, writing appellate briefs, presenting oral argument on appeal, and writing amicus briefs.
    • Engage in any other pre-litigation, post-litigation, and non-litigation advocacy, including preparing demand letters, conducting settlement negotiations, monitoring enforcement, developing advocacy materials and public-education resources, and delivering public testimony.
    • Coordinate all of the affiliate’s amicus-brief efforts, including collaborating with partners, drafting or supervising the drafting of briefing, and coordinating with National and with our communications department.
    • Supervise, lead, or participate in teams of associated attorneys, and co-counsel cases with other public interest groups and with National.
    • Work closely with, and provide policy analysis and legal expertise to, non-legal program staff at the ACLU of Florida and at National.
    • Engage regularly with the media.

    OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

    In addition to the primary responsibilities above, the Deputy Legal Director will also:

    • Develop and strengthen relationships with community partners, coalitions, stakeholders, and affected communities.
    • Prepare and deliver “know your rights” information to affected communities.
    • Respond to the legal needs of affected communities, potentially on an emergency and immediate basis.
    • Participate in legal and advocacy conferences and develop and provide CLE presentations on pertinent topics.
    • Communicate ACLU views and positions to a variety of audiences, including judges, community residents, and policymakers, through public speaking, traditional and social media, and other means.

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    First and foremost, the candidate must have exceptional analytic, research, and writing skills.

    The only other required qualifications are that the candidate possess a J.D. and that they be a member of the Florida Bar (or that they be able to secure Florida Bar membership within one year of the beginning of their employment).

    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    While no one person will have all of the qualities enumerated below, the successful candidate will bring many of the following qualifications and attributes:

    • Significant expertise and experience in multiple areas of civil-rights and civil-liberties law.
    • Eight or more years of federal district court or appellate litigation experience.
    • Strong and demonstrated commitment to civil rights and civil liberties consistent with the mission and goals of the ACLU.
    • Broad substantive knowledge of constitutional law.
    • Exceptional oral-advocacy skills.
    • Demonstrated experience working in a fast-paced environment with a keen ability to simultaneously work on and manage multiple projects and deadlines and set priorities.
    • Enthusiasm, patience, and cultural competence to work cooperatively on a variety of projects with lawyers, organizers, and other staff members, as well as diverse community organizations and coalitions.
    • Experience working and communicating with marginalized or vulnerable communities.
    • Collaborative spirit and a sense of humor.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively and professionally with lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants, and clients.
    • Two or more years of experience related to administering a legal program and/or managing legal staff.
    • A commitment to diversity; a personal approach that values the individual and respects differences of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, ability, and socio-economic circumstance.
    • Ability and willingness to travel and work extended hours, including nights and weekends, as needed.
    • Fluency in Spanish or Creole.
    • Unwavering commitment to the mission and goals of the ACLU, including a demonstrated commitment to equity and racial justice.

    Compensation will be commensurate with experience, within a starting range of $75,000-$100,000. The ACLU of Florida provides excellent benefits, including health and dental insurance with generous vacation, holiday, and sick leave policies, as well as a Defined Contribution 401K Retirement Plan.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE

    Please send an email to jobs@aclufl.org and attach a cover letter, resume, and two substantial writing samples demonstrating thorough legal analysis. All inquiries should include “Deputy Legal Director position” in the subject line, and all attachments should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format.

    Applicants who proceed beyond a first interview will be required to complete a research-and-writing assignment.

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please indicate where you learned of this job posting. No phone calls, please.

    This job description provides a general but not comprehensive list of the essential responsibilities and qualifications required. It does not represent a contract of employment. The ACLU of Florida reserves the right to change the job description and/or posting at any time without advance notice.

    DEADLINE DATE

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    The ACLU of Florida is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU of Florida encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, or veteran status. We encourage formerly incarcerated individuals to apply. If selected for an interview, please inquire if financial assistance is needed in order to attend.

    The ACLU of Florida undertakes affirmative action strategies in its recruitment and employment efforts to ensure that persons with disabilities have full opportunities for employment in all positions. Fluency in Spanish or Creole is desired but not required.

  • Monday, March 30, 2020 5:09 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    ACLU of Florida

    STAFF ATTORNEY - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation of Florida seeks a criminal-justice attorney. The criminal-justice attorney works closely with the other members of the legal team to achieve the organization’s goal of protecting the liberties that define our democracy. This position is located in Orlando but includes some travel.

    The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Florida is an affiliate of the national ACLU, a national public interest organization devoted to the defense of the Bill of Rights. For nearly 100 years, the ACLU has served as the nation’s primary protector of the liberties that define our democracy. The organization implements its vital civil liberties mission in all 50 states in large part through affiliate entities such as the ACLU of Florida. Operating out of four offices—Miami (main), Tampa, Pensacola, and Jacksonville—the Florida affiliate has a budget of over $8 million and 55 staff members, placing it among the larger ACLU affiliates in the nation.

    The ACLU of Florida, the state’s largest civil rights and civil liberties organization, employs litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education to protect and promote a broad range of constitutional values and individual rights, such as freedom of speech, racial justice, right to privacy, religious liberty, criminal justice reform, voting rights, reproductive rights, LGBT rights, disability rights, and immigrants’ rights. The ACLU of Florida litigates a broad range of complex constitutional cases in federal and state courts through direct representation, filing amicus briefs, and submitting administrative complaints to state and federal agencies.

    POSITION OVERVIEW

    The criminal-justice attorney is a staff position within the Affiliate’s Legal Department. The position reports to the Legal Director. The position is focused on criminal justice reform.

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

    The primary programmatic focus of this position will be the development of litigation and other legal advocacy projects in the area of criminal justice reform. The staff attorney will:

    • Develop, prepare, and litigate criminal justice cases at all stages in state and federal trial and appellate courts.
    • Engage in pre-litigation, post-litigation, and non-litigation advocacy, including preparing demand letters, conducting settlement negotiations and enforcement, developing advocacy materials and public-education resources, and delivering public testimony.
    • Work closely with and provide policy analysis and legal expertise to non-legal program staff at the ACLU of Florida and ACLU National.
    • Engage regularly with the media on criminal-justice issues.

    OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

    In addition to the primary responsibilities above, the staff attorney will also:

    • Develop and strengthen relationships with community partners, coalitions, stakeholders, and affected communities.
    • Prepare and deliver “know your rights” information to affected communities.
    • Respond to the legal needs of affected communities, potentially on an emergency and immediate basis.
    • Participate in legal and advocacy conferences and develop and provide CLE presentations on pertinent topics.
    • Communicate ACLU views and positions to a variety of audiences, including judges, community residents, and policymakers, through public speaking, traditional and social media, and other means.

    At times, the staff attorney may also be called upon to support the ACLU of Florida’s work in areas other than criminal justice reform.

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    First and foremost, the candidate must have exceptional analytic, research, and writing skills.

    The only other required qualifications are that the candidate possess a J.D. and that they be a member of the Florida Bar (or able to secure Florida Bar membership within one year of the beginning of their employment).

    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    While no one person will have all of the qualities enumerated below, the successful candidate will bring many of the following qualifications and attributes:

    • Significant expertise and experience in the area of criminal-justice reform.
    • Five or more years of federal district court or appellate litigation experience.
    • Strong and demonstrated commitment to civil rights and civil liberties consistent with the mission and goals of the ACLU.
    • Broad substantive knowledge of constitutional law.
    • Exceptional oral-advocacy skills.
    • Demonstrated experience working in fast-paced environment with a keen ability to simultaneously work on and manage multiple projects and deadlines and set priorities.
    • Enthusiasm, patience, and cultural competence to work cooperatively on a variety of projects with lawyers, organizers, and other staff members, as well as diverse community organizations and coalitions.
    • Experience working and communicating with marginalized or vulnerable communities.
    • Collaborative spirit and a sense of humor.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively and professionally with lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants, and clients.
    • A commitment to diversity; a personal approach that values the individual and respects differences of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, ability, and socio-economic circumstance.
    • Ability and willingness to travel and work extended hours, including nights and weekends, as needed.
    • Fluency in Spanish or Creole.
    • Unwavering commitment to the mission and goals of the ACLU, including a demonstrated commitment to equity and racial justice

    Compensation will be commensurate with experience, within a starting range of $62,000-$83,000. The ACLU of Florida provides excellent benefits, including health and dental insurance with generous vacation, holiday, and sick leave policies, as well as a Defined Contribution 401K Retirement Plan.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE

    Please send an email to jobs@aclufl.org and attach a cover letter, resume, and two substantial writing samples demonstrating thorough legal analysis. All inquiries should include “Criminal-Justice Staff Attorney position” in the subject line, and all attachments should be in Microsoft Word or PDF format.

    Applicants who proceed beyond a first interview will be required to complete a research-and-writing assignment.

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please indicate where you learned of this job posting. No phone calls, please.

    This job description provides a general but not comprehensive list of the essential responsibilities and qualifications required. It does not represent a contract of employment. The ACLU of Florida reserves the right to change the job description and/or posting at any time without advance notice.

    DEADLINE DATE

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    The ACLU of Florida is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU of Florida encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, or veteran status. We encourage formerly incarcerated individuals to apply. If selected for an interview, please inquire if financial assistance is needed in order to attend.

    The ACLU of Florida undertakes affirmative action strategies in its recruitment and employment efforts to ensure that persons with disabilities have full opportunities for employment in all positions. Fluency in Spanish or Creole is desired but not required.

  • Monday, March 30, 2020 5:04 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    ACLU of Florida

    STAFF ATTORNEY - IMMIGRANTS' RIGHTS

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Florida seeks an immigrants’-rights attorney to combat pressing civil rights and liberties issues affecting communities across the state.

    The position is based in Miami and reports to the legal director.

    The ACLU of Florida, the state’s premier civil rights advocacy organization, is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization that employs litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education and communications to protect and promote a broad range of constitutional issues and individual rights and freedoms, including the freedom of speech, racial justice, right to privacy, religious liberty, criminal justice reform, reproductive rights, LGBTQ rights, and immigrants’ rights.

    The ACLU of Florida is an affiliate of the national ACLU, the leading defender of civil liberties guaranteed by our nation’s Bill of Rights. The national ACLU implements its vital civil liberties mission in all 50 states in large part through affiliate entities such as the ACLU of Florida. With offices in Jacksonville, Miami (headquarters), Pensacola, and Tampa, the Florida affiliate has a $5.5M operating budget and over 30 staff positions, placing it among the larger affiliates in the nation.

    Attorneys at the ACLU of Florida play a critical leadership role in advancing the ACLU’s mission to uphold constitutional rights by developing and managing impact litigation and engaging in integrated advocacy. Attorneys work collaboratively with the national office’s various legal projects as well as with the ACLU of Florida’s communications, policy and advocacy, field, and development departments. Attorneys also play an important role in community outreach and education.

    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

    The primary programmatic focus of this position will be the development of litigation and other legal advocacy projects in the area of immigrants’ rights. The staff attorney will:

    • Develop, prepare, and litigate immigrants’-rights cases at all stages in federal district and appellate courts.
    • Engage in pre-litigation, post-litigation, and non-litigation advocacy, including preparing demand letters, settlement negotiations and enforcement, advocacy materials, public testimony, and public-education resources.
    • Work closely with and provide policy analysis and legal expertise to non-legal program staff at the ACLU of Florida and ACLU National.
    • Engage regularly with the media on immigrants’-rights issues.

    OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES

    In addition to the primary responsibilities above, the staff attorney will also:

    • Develop and strengthen relationships with community partners, coalitions, stakeholders, and affected communities.
    • Prepare and deliver “know your rights” information to affected communities.
    • Respond to the legal needs of affected communities, potentially on an emergency and immediate basis.
    • Participate in legal and advocacy conferences and develop and provide CLE on pertinent topics.
    • Communicate ACLU views and positions to a variety of audiences, including judges, community residents, and policymakers, through public speaking, traditional and social media, and other means.
    • Assist the ACLU of Florida’s volunteer chapters across the state regarding local immigrants’-rights issues

    At times, the staff attorney may also be called upon to support the ACLU of Florida’s work in areas other than immigrants’ rights.

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    First and foremost, the candidate must have exceptional analytic, research, and writing skills.

    The only other required qualifications are that the candidate possess a J.D. and that they be a member of the Florida Bar (or able to secure Florida Bar membership within one year of the beginning of their employment).

    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS

    While no one person will have all of the qualities enumerated below, the successful candidate will bring many of the following qualifications and attributes:

    • Significant expertise and experience in the area of immigrants’ rights.
    • At least five years of federal district court or appellate litigation experience.
    • Strong and demonstrated commitment to civil rights and civil liberties consistent with the mission and goals of the ACLU.
    • Broad substantive knowledge of constitutional law.
    • Exceptional oral-advocacy skills.
    • Demonstrated experience working in fast-paced environment with a keen ability to simultaneously work on and manage multiple projects and deadlines and set priorities.
    • Enthusiasm, patience, and cultural competence to work cooperatively on a variety of projects with lawyers, organizers, and other staff members, as well as diverse community organizations and coalitions.
    • Experience working and communicating with marginalized or vulnerable communities.
    • Collaborative spirit and a sense of humor.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively and professionally with lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants, and clients.
    • A commitment to diversity; a personal approach that values the individual and respects differences of race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, ability, and socio-economic circumstance.
    • Ability and willingness to travel and work extended hours, including nights and weekends, as needed.
    • Fluency in Spanish.

    COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
    Compensation will be commensurate with experience, within a starting range of $62,000-$83,000. The ACLU of Florida provides excellent benefits, including health and dental insurance with generous vacation, holiday, and sick leave policies, as well as a Defined Contribution 401K Retirement Plan. Base vacation leave is five weeks per year.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURE
    Please send an email to jobs@aclufl.org and attach a cover letter, resume, and two substantial writing samples demonstrating thorough legal analysis. All inquiries should include “Immigrants’ Rights Staff Attorney position” in the subject line, and all attachments should be in Microsoft Word or pdf format.

    Applicants who proceed beyond a first interview will be required to complete a research-and-writing assignment.

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Please indicate where you learned of this job posting. No phone calls, please.

    This job description provides a general but not comprehensive list of the essential responsibilities and qualifications required. It does not represent a contract of employment. The ACLU of Florida reserves the right to change the job description and/or posting at any time without advance notice.

    DEADLINE DATE

    Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

    The ACLU of Florida is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. The ACLU of Florida encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, or veteran status. We encourage formerly incarcerated individuals to apply. If selected for an interview, please advise if financial assistance is needed in order to attend.

    The ACLU of Florida undertakes affirmative action strategies in its recruitment and employment efforts to ensure that persons with disabilities have full opportunities for employment in all positions. Fluency in Spanish or Creole is desired but not required.

  • Friday, March 13, 2020 12:16 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

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    Job Title: Associate Attorneys
    Job Location: Washington, DC
    Job Type: Full-time
    Compensation: Salary is based on experience and location. Salary range for 1- 5 years experience in Washington, DC: $77,235 - $95,285
    Job Category Attorney
    Job Description:
    Earthjustice’s Washington, DC, office is hiring Associate Attorneys to conduct legal advocacy and litigation. The position requires 1-5 years of post-law school legal experience.

    Earthjustice is the premier nonprofit environmental law organization. We take on high impact, precedent-setting cases across the country. We wield the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health; to preserve magnificent places and wildlife; to advance clean energy; and to combat climate change. We partner with thousands of groups, supporters and citizens to engage the critical environmental issues of our time, and bring about positive change. We are here because the earth needs a good lawyer.

    Founded in 1971, Earthjustice has a distinguished track record of achieving significant, lasting environmental protections. We achieve this by hiring people who share a passion for justice and a healthy environment. Our headquarters are in San Francisco with offices in Anchorage, Juneau, Los Angeles, Tallahassee, Honolulu, New York, Philadelphia, Miami, Denver, Seattle, Chicago, Bozeman, and Washington, DC.

    Earthjustice is now accepting applications for Associate Attorneys to join its Washington, D.C, office. This office serves both as a center for litigation on important national environmental issues, and as a regional office for issues arising in the Mid-Atlantic states. The current docket includes litigation and advocacy to: curb climate change pollution; protect public health and the environment from air pollution, including in disproportionately impacted communities; ensure safe drinking water and clean rivers; protect people from the dangers of hazardous wastes and toxic chemicals; and secure strong energy efficiency standards for the nation. For more information about the office’s work, visit http://earthjustice.org/about/offices/dc .

    The attorneys selected for the position will have the opportunity to play a key role in legal actions that can make a real difference to people’s health and well-being, and in protection of important environmental values.

    Responsibilities

    Work closely with Staff Attorneys and clients to investigate, develop, and prosecute cases and other advocacy projects.
    Participate, with increasing responsibility, in a range of tasks required for case development and litigation than can include factual investigation, legal research, discovery, briefing, witness preparation, and oral advocacy.
    As an Associate Attorney gains experience, typically her or his case load will include both cases for which he or she has primary responsibility under the supervision of a Staff Attorney, and cases on which he or she works in a supporting role with Staff Attorneys.
    The Associate Attorney program is a three-year position with a possible extension. This program is designed to help early career attorneys develop into thoughtful, professional, and effective advocates skilled in the various phases of public interest litigation. Earthjustice seeks to foster the development, mentoring, and professional growth of Associates. Many Associates have gone on to other positions within Earthjustice or with other public interest organizations.
    Job Requirements: Qualifications

    Law school graduate admitted to, or eligible to apply for admission to, the District of Columbia Bar.
    1-5 years of post-law school legal experience, with litigation experience preferred.
    Excellent research, analytic, writing and communication skills.
    Strong work ethic, initiative, sound judgment, and creativity.
    Ability to work constructively and in a highly professional manner in a diverse, dynamic, and hard-working team-oriented atmosphere.
    Commitment to public interest work and a passion for the role of Earthjustice and its mission.
    Awareness and sensitivity to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse cultures, backgrounds and orientations.
    How to Apply To Apply

    Interested candidates should submit a:

    Resume.
    One- or two-page cover letter that addresses at least the following subjects: (1) why you are drawn to Earthjustice’s mission and whether there are particular legal, environmental, or social justice issues that inspire you; and (2) aspects of your background that demonstrate competence to work with diverse clients and colleagues. Also, please include the earliest date you would be available to begin work.
    Writing sample, preferably a legal brief or memorandum that is either unedited or only lightly edited by someone other than you. Please include a cover sheet explaining the extent of editing by someone else.
    Law school transcript.
    List of three references.
    Applications from candidates graduating from law school in 2020 will not be considered.

    Link to apply: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=ofztcfwd&s=Gwen_S._Cherry_Black_Women_Lawyers_Association



    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

    Please reach out to jobs@earthjustice.org if you are having technical difficulties submitting your application. No phone calls, drop-ins, or hard copies.

    Earthjustice is driven by a passion for justice, partnership, and excellence. Our core values lead us to seek a broad range of perspectives and backgrounds to achieve our mission and to maintain an inclusive environment where all staff are valued and respected. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to employment practices that ensure that employees and applicants for employment are provided with equal opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other factor that is not related to the position.

    For positions located within the City and County of San Francisco: Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment-qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

    For positions located within the City of Los Angeles: We will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.
    Closing Date Apr 17, 2020
  • Thursday, March 12, 2020 12:29 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

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    Job Title: Associate Attorney, Rocky Mountain
    Job Location: Denver, CO
    Job Type: Full-time
    Compensation: Salary is based on experience and location. Salary range for 1-3 years experience in Denver, CO: $73,170 - $81,270
    Job Category Attorney
    Job Description:
    Earthjustice is the premier nonprofit environmental law organization. We take on the biggest, most precedent-setting cases across the country. We wield the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health; to preserve magnificent places and wildlife; to advance clean energy; and to combat climate change. We partner with thousands of groups, supporters, individuals and communities to engage the critical environmental issues of our time, and bring about positive change. We are here because the earth needs a good lawyer.

    Founded in 1971, Earthjustice has a distinguished track record of achieving significant, lasting environmental protections. We achieve this by hiring people who share a passion for justice and a healthy environment. Our headquarters are in San Francisco with offices in Anchorage, Juneau, Los Angeles, Chicago, Tallahassee, Honolulu, New York, Philadelphia, Denver, Seattle, Bozeman, Miami and Washington, DC.

    The Rocky Mountain Office of Earthjustice, located in Denver, Colorado, is seeking qualified applicants for an Associate Attorney position to begin work in the summer or fall of 2020. The Associate Attorney program is a three-year position designed to help attorneys who are in the early stages of their careers develop into thoughtful, professional, and effective advocates skilled in the various phases of public interest litigation. As Associate Attorneys gain experience, they gradually take on more independent responsibility for their cases, but work throughout their tenure under the supervision of the Supervising Staff Attorney. Many Associates have gone on to other positions within Earthjustice and with other public interest organizations.

    The Rocky Mountain Office has eleven litigating attorneys, including this position, who handle a wide range of cases. The Rocky Mountain Office’s work focuses on Colorado, Utah, and Arizona, and its cases primarily involved (1) protecting public lands and wildlife from fracking, mining, and other threats; (2) quickly shifting Colorado and nearby states from dirty to clean energy; and (3) protecting urban and rural communities disproportionately impacted by pollution and other environmental harms. This Associate position will work on all types of cases in the Rocky Mountain Office. Our goal is to produce the highest quality legal work in a diverse, inclusive, supportive, and collegial environment.

    The Rocky Mountain office is located in the heart of downtown Denver near the federal and state courthouses, public transportation, and the vibrant LoDo, RiNo and Capitol Hill neighborhoods. We are a bike-friendly office, located near many of Denver’s bike paths.
    Job Requirements: Responsibilities:

    Work closely with staff attorneys, paralegals, and clients to investigate, develop, and prosecute cases.
    Participate in the full range of tasks involved in complex litigation, including factual investigation, legal research and analysis, discovery, briefing, and oral advocacy.
    Qualifications:

    Law school graduate with 1-3 years of legal experience and admitted to, or willing to apply for admission to, the Colorado State Bar.
    Excellent research, analytic, writing, and communication skills.
    Strong work ethic and initiative, and sound yet creative judgment.
    Intellectual curiosity
    Strong desire to fight for the right of all to a healthy environment.
    Ability to work well in a team-oriented atmosphere.
    Commitment to serving the public interest.
    Demonstrates an awareness and sensitivity to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and orientations.
    Contributes to the creation of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work culture that encourages and celebrates differences.
    High levels of emotional intelligence.
    How to Apply Application Procedure:

    Interested candidates should submit the following documents:

    Resume.
    One or two page cover letter that addresses each of the following: (1) aspects of your background that are relevant to the qualifications listed above; (2) why you are drawn to Earthjustice’s mission and whether there are particular legal, environmental, or justice issues that inspire you; and (3) how your time at Earthjustice would contribute to your career aspirations.
    Writing sample, preferably a legal brief or memorandum that primarily reflects your work.
    Law school transcript.
    List of three references.

    Use link to apply: https://app.jobvite.com/j?cj=oArrcfwo&s=Gwen_S._Cherry_Black_Women_Lawyers_Association


    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

    Please reach out to jobs@earthjustice.org if you are having technical difficulties submitting your application. No phone calls, drop-ins, or hard copies.

    We offer a mission- and employee-focused work environment and a competitive compensation package, including excellent benefits. Earthjustice is an equal opportunity employer and highly values diversity.


    Earthjustice is driven by a passion for justice, partnership, and excellence. Our core values lead us to seek a broad range of perspectives and backgrounds to achieve our mission and to maintain an inclusive environment where all staff are valued and respected. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to employment practices that ensure that employees and applicants for employment are provided with equal opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, or any other factor that is not related to the position.

    For positions located within the City and County of San Francisco: Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment-qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

    For positions located within the City of Los Angeles: We will consider qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring.



    Closing Date Apr 15, 2020


  • Wednesday, March 11, 2020 5:56 AM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    Carnival Cruise Lines

    Litigation Discovery Attorney

    Job Description:

    We are currently seeking a Litigation Discovery Attorney! This position will manage and oversee the collection of corporate documents and information to be disclosed outside the company to help ensure completeness, accuracy, and uniformity of corporate discovery responses in litigation matters. This position will also work in conjunction with Carnival's attorneys in all stages of claims and litigation as well as in connection with the operational needs of the company.  This position will also serve as the primary testifying witness in corporate depositions regarding discovery matters.

    Essential Functions:

    • Organize, manage and oversee the collection of corporate documents and discovery responses in litigation matters to ensure accuracy and uniformity as operationally required to avoid sanctions and adverse judgments from the court in litigation matters. This would include the oversight of prior incident searches by issue which have been compiled from various databases utilized by Carnival as well as the maintenance of a properly organized repository of discovery documents which contains a historical log of previous discovery by ship and issue.
    • Serve as the primary corporate representative for depositions and trials as needed. Review pleadings, motions, Rule 26 disclosures and discovery responses in conjunction with Carnival's attorneys in litigation matters.
    • Maintain proficiency in, and current understanding of Carnival's HESS-MS system including all updates and revisions.
    • Be available on an urgent as needed basis during off hours to handle any and all emergencies relating to depositions, written discovery, litigation, or trial.  Assist with other duties or tasks assigned by senior management which furthers the goals and objectives of the Legal Department.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • J.D. Degree.
    • Florida Bar Member.
    • 2-6yrs professional experience required.
    • Previous Federal Court litigation experience with preference for maritime experience
    • Must be proficient in all Microsoft Office programs. Typing and legal research.
    • Will need to become proficient in the Carnival ecosystem of databases and programs.

    Benefits as a member of Carnival's Team:

    • A comprehensive healthcare program, dental coverage and flexible spending accounts.
    • Company-paid term life insurance and long term disability coverage, employee-paid optional life insurance and other voluntary insurance programs.
    • A 401(k) plan that includes up to a 3% company match after one year of service and a discretionary-profit sharing contribution in your second year of eligible employment.
    • Tuition Reimbursement that provides up to 75% reimbursement for company related professional career development.
    • Employee Stock Purchase plan that provides up to a 15% discount off the Fair Market Value of Carnival Corporation Common Stock.
    • Paid vacation and sick time.
    • Two complimentary "Fun Ship" cruises a year (based on available space and seniority) as well as discounted rates to friends and family in addition to other discounts to local and neighborhood vendors.
    • An on-site fully accredited preschool educational program that provides developmentally appropriate educational programming for families of children ages 6 weeks through 5 years of age and up to 12 years of age during school holidays and summer vacation in addition to drop-in care for those unexpected childcare conflicts.
    • An on-site Health and Wellness Center that provides a full range of activities including weight training machines, free weights, cardiovascular equipment, an aerobic center, massage therapy, certified personal trainers and a wide variety of other programs.
    • Certified Great Place to Work.
    About Carnival Cruise Line

    Carnival Cruise Line is the most popular cruise brand in North America and operates 26 ships designed to foster exceptionally fun and memorable vacation experiences at an outstanding value. Carnival Cruise Line is the leading provider of year-round Caribbean cruises and also operates seasonal cruises in Europe, Alaska, New England, Canada, Bermuda, Hawaii, Mexican Riviera and the Panama Canal. The brand caters to a wide consumer demographic, appealing to families, couples, singles and seniors alike. One common denominator among Carnival's guests is the desire for a truly fun, memorable and enjoyable vacation experience. Speaking of fun, we are officially certified as a Great Place to Work aboard our ships as well as in our global corporate headquarters!

    Carnival Corporation & plc and Carnival Cruise Line is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. In this regard, it does not discriminate against any qualified individual on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, mental, physical or sensory disability, or any other classification protected by local, state, federal, and/or international law.

    For information about FMLA eligibility and guidelines please visit: www.dol.gov/whd/fmla (copy and paste link into your browser).


    Please Apply Here

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