The Immigrants’ Rights Program Director (IR Director) is responsible for identifying immigrants’ rights (IR) program priorities and working with allies to develop and manage proactive cases and campaigns to drive forward large-scale change. The IR Director provides supervision and support the approximately four- six staff attorneys, senior staff attorneys, policy associates, and legal professional staff who work in the program (some staff work in several program areas). The IR Director will be supervised by a Legal-Policy Director and will work with the other five Program Directors on annual programmatic plans and intersectional cases and campaigns. The IR Director, like the other Program Directors, is expected to advance the ACLU NorCal mission while modeling the values of organization, including excellence, equity and inclusion, expansion mindset, and emotional intelligence. The IR Director will often work with our Organizing and Communications departments to advance the team and the organization’s mission. The IR Director will also be part of statewide leadership, planning and coordination of IR work among the three ACLU affiliates in California and with ACLU California Action.
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