Overview

The Immigration Center for Women and Children (ICWC) seeks a full-time administrative assistant – a dynamic position as a member of our stellar admin team – to work with attorneys, legal assistants, LOPC team, and student interns in its San Francisco office.**As an essential service organization, ICWC staff are working a combination of in-office and remotely, depending on the individual’s job responsibilities and home office situation. This reduced in-office presence and hybrid model has allowed staff to continue providing these critical services, both SAFELY and efficiently in this extraordinary time of Covid-19**ICWC is a non-profit legal organization providing affordable immigration services to underrepresented immigrants in California. ICWC strives to provide security and stability for children who are abused, abandoned or neglected and for immigrants who are victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crimes. The office primarily works with federal immigration laws that allow victims to apply for work authorization and permanent residency.More information about ICWC is available at and and Responsibilities, include but are not limited to:Performing administrative duties for the office, including:1. Maintaining records/filing systems and processing mail from clients, USCIS, FBI, ICE, etc.2. Handling telephone (and when the office is reopen to clients, walk-in) reception duties, including scheduling client appointments for all staff3.Assisting attorneys with administrative tasks needed in a clients immigration case, through a workshare task model4.Translating (documents) + interpreting (at hearing & interviews) for clients between Spanish & English5.Managing and monitoring client data collection, client database and calendaring systems6.Registering custodians of unaccompanied minors in removal proceedings for legal orientation sessions7.Assisting with various operational duties, including managing facilities and leading background/creative projects8.Regularly using Microsoft Office (email, calendaring, Word), Cerenade (e-Immigration air) software and forms, and Google Drive: docs + sheetsRequirements:1. High school diploma [ + Bachelor/Associate degree: preferred, but not required]2. Spanish language fluency: oral and written. The position requires the ability to communicate daily through oral and written communications in both Spanish and English. The administrative assistant will regularly interact with monolingual Spanish speakers. Please clearly specify in your application your ability to fluently communicate in both Spanish and English.Other Qualifications:1. Reliability2. Enthusiasm to work in a fast-paced legal office and to adapt to changes3. Meticulous attention to detail4. Demonstrated interest in low-income legal services and/or a commitment to civil liberties and immigrants’ rights5. Ability to work effectively with victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and other violent crimesTracking

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