Careers

NMIC recruits dedicated highly competent professionals for all available openings. We are an equal opportunity employer and actively encourage candidates of diverse backgrounds to apply.

We offer a competitive salary based on experience and education as well as a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, life, and disability insurance; paid time off including 20 vacation days, 15 sick days, 5 personal days, and 12 agency holidays; a 401(k) with agency contribution; and other benefits

The following positions are currently available:

EDUCATION & CAREER SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Account Manager
The Account Manager delivers high-quality career development solutions across all sectors while ensuring quality assurance throughout all aspects of the candidate and employer cycle. The Account Manager supports internship and employment goals for NMIC’s Education & Career Services Department by assisting clients coping with complex barriers to employment. The position requires significant use of business, sales, and customer relationship management, and is responsible for meeting quarterly deliverables.

Academic Advisor & Career Counselor
This is a staff position within the Youth Programs Division of the Education & Career Services Department reporting to the Out Of School Youth Program Manager and working closely with other members of the OSY team. The position is responsible for providing individual case management services to young adults (ages 17-24) while enrolled and following program exit. This position includes off-site assignments requiring travel.

COMMUNITY ORGANIZING

Housing Organizer (Bronx)
The Housing Organizer works with our highly skilled and experienced interdisciplinary legal and community organizing teams to build collaborations with peer organizing groups. This position requires the organizing and development of leadership among local housing residents to address individual building needs and the development of creative approaches to address systemic housing needs through campaigns and other tactics.

LEGAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Housing Attorney
The Housing Attorney works with our highly skilled and experienced, interdisciplinary legal team. This position requires advocacy in housing matters including representation in Housing Court, administrative hearings, benefits advocacy, and Supreme Court and appellate practice with proven approaches to affordable housing retention, community stabilization and repair and maintenance issues.

Immigration Attorney
The Immigration Attorney is part of NMIC’s immigration team consisting of the Senior Immigration Attorney, two immigration attorneys, and six paralegals who carry their own caseloads. The immigration unit currently provides legal representation and advocacy in a comprehensive array of immigration matters, including VAWA self-petitions, U-visa petitions, Battered Spouse Waivers, Adjustment of Status, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Naturalization, and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS). The Immigration Attorney will also provide representation before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR).

SOCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

Access Health Coordinator
The Access Health Coordinator is primarily responsible for the management and execution of northern Manhattan’s annual “Hike the Heights” event as well as for coordinating and contributing to additional direct community outreach and education efforts regarding healthcare access and coverage. This is a part-time (20 hours per week) position funded through June 30th 2017 with the possibility of an extension based on funding availability. Work will include evening and weekend hours (within the 20 hour weekly limit).

Access Health Outreach Specialist
The Access Health Outreach Specialist is responsible for direct community outreach and education efforts regarding healthcare access and coverage. This is a part-time (20 hours per week) position funded through June 30th 2017 with the possibility of an extension based on funding availability. Work will include evening and weekend hours (within the 20 hour weekly limit).