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Under general supervision, provide clerical, administrative, and office management support for the Economic Justice Project and the LGBT Rights and Special Litigation Project, as well as other related duties for the entire legal staff.   The Economic Justice Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center seeks to ensure that people living in poverty in the Deep South, especially communities of color, are not punished or exploited because of their economic status.  Our work is focused in three main areas:  (1) ending debtors’ prisons and reforming court debt abuses; (2) protecting consumers by ending predatory lending and abusive debt collection practices; and (3) protecting access to safety nets for the poor, including Medicaid and SNAP (food stamps).  Over the past few years, our Project has worked to end debtors’ prisons in Montgomery, Alabama, Alexander City, Alabama, and Bogalusa, Louisiana; restore access to TennCare (Tennessee’s Medicaid Program) for thousands who were facing life-threatening medical conditions and whose applications were ignored during the rollout of the Affordable Care Act; challenge the imposition of work requirements as a precondition to Medicaid eligibility document the abusive predatory lending industry in Alabama in an on-going push for state and federal regulatory reform; drive the largest private “probation” company out of Alabama; and end discriminatory wealth-based bail practices in municipal courts in Alabama. Our Project is growing and looking to expand our critical work.  We are looking to augment our dynamic and talented team with passionate individuals who care about our issues and believe in and identify with our clients, as we look to continue our work. 
Req No.
2018-1202
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
OVERVIEW OF THE ORGANIZATION  The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is one of the preeminent organizations in the United States dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality.  For more than four decades, SPLC has won landmark cases that brought systemic reforms — toppling remnants of Jim Crow segregation and destroying violent white supremacist groups; shattering barriers to equality for people of color, women, vulnerable children, the LGBT community and the disabled; protecting migrant workers from abuse; ensuring the humane treatment of prisoners; reforming juvenile justice practices; and more. To achieve its goals, SPLC employs a variety of strategies, including litigation, legislative and media advocacy, research, and community education and mobilization.  SPLC’s legal department focuses on impact litigation and advocacy campaigns in five practice areas: Immigrant Justice, Children’s Rights, Economic Justice, LGBT Rights/Special Litigation, and Criminal Justice Reform.  In addition to its legal work, SPLC, through its Teaching Tolerance project, combats prejudice among our nation’s youth while promoting equality, inclusiveness and equitable learning environments in the classroom; monitors the activities of domestic hate groups and other extremists and exposes their activities to the public, the media, and law enforcement; and operates the Civil Rights Memorial Center in Montgomery, AL.  With its main office in Montgomery and additional offices in Atlanta, New Orleans, Jackson (MS), Miami, and Tallahassee, SPLC has almost 300 staff and a $70 million operating budget. SPLC currently seeks a Deputy Legal Director for its Immigrant Justice Project.    IMMIGRANT JUSTICE PROJECT  SPLC’s Immigrant Justice Project (IJP) fights for the rights of immigrants to be free from abuse, discrimination, and exploitation and against the criminalization and mass deportation of immigrants and their families. Our geographic focus is on the Deep South states, but we aim to have a national impact.  In response to the latest attacks on immigrants by the current administration, we launched a new project at four immigrant detention centers in the Deep South -- the Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative (SIFI). The SIFI project has on-the-ground teams that train and support pro bono attorneys to represent detainees in immigration court proceedings. Our goal is to transform the deportation process from lawless assembly-line injustice to a fair consideration of each person’s case on the merits.   Our work on the ground in the immigration courts and detention centers are revealing systemic abuses, and we’re ramping up to file impact litigation against those abuses. We’re also fighting against federal and local law enforcement abuse of immigrants and those perceived to be immigrants, including racial profiling and Fourth Amendment violations.  Other current IJP work includes a project to enforce the mandate of the Supreme Court decision in Plyler v. Doe guaranteeing the right to a free public education to immigrant children (including those who are undocumented) and a campaign to protect poultry workers across the Deep South from workplace abuses. For a docket of our current and past IJP cases, please visit our website here.  The IJP team is comprised of approximately 35 full-time staff, including attorneys, outreach paralegals, and administrative staff. The project is based in Decatur, Georgia (just outside of Atlanta), with team members also located in New Orleans and Miami.  SUMMARY OF THE POSITION  The Deputy Legal Director is responsible for the overall vision, strategic planning, leadership, and management of the IJP practice area. This includes developing and overseeing litigation and policy campaigns and managing the case docket; creating and launching new initiatives; managing the IJP team to achieve litigation and advocacy campaign goals; reporting on progress toward goals to SPLC’s Legal Director and staff; anticipating and acting on opportunities for growth in SPLC’s IJP work; and modeling SPLC’s values of an inclusive and respectful workplace and encouraging the same from staff.  The Deputy Legal Director reports to the Legal Director. This is a full-time position requiring substantial work hours and frequent travel. The DLD is a member of the legal department’s Legal Leadership Team and also works closely with the directors and staff of SPLC’s other departments.  The position is based in Decatur, Georgia.
Req No.
2018-1201
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a leading civil rights organization based in Montgomery, Alabama, seeks a Communications Associate. The SPLC Communications Associate will work with the communications team to obtain media coverage of the SPLC and its priority issues. This position is focused on, but not limited to, immigrant rights and criminal justice reform. The ideal candidate should have a passion for and knowledge of SPLC work areas including LGBT rights, economic justice, criminal Justice, children’s rights, immigrant justice, and fighting hate and extremism.
Req No.
2018-1200
Category
Communications
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Big Data Manager is responsible for architecting the support, design, maintenance, configuration and monitoring of SPLC’s Big Data environment that spans multiple technology layers (i.e. Hardware, OS, Database, Application, Security, etc.). This position requires a sharp, hard-working individual who is ready to pitch in and do whatever it takes for the team to successfully stand up, roll out and support our growing rapidly moving data streams. Along with the technical work, there will be a need to establish successful processes and documentation. This individual will participate in system administration, integration of external tools/software as well as all strategic and tactical planning of the big data environment required to meet SPLC-specific business needs. The individual filling this role will also be expected to deliver excellent customer service and to interact in a highly effective manner with other staff and management. They will also be expected to promote the use and adoption of big data through staff mentoring, working with various departments to identify and solve business challenges as well engaging senior staff.   This position could be located in Atlanta, GA or Montgomery, Al depending on personal circumstances and SPLC needs.       
Req No.
2018-1198
Category
Information Technology
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Digital Marketing Manager will play a key role in growing the SPLC’s online audience and online fundraising. Year-over-year growth of the SPLC’s digital reach is vital to long-term organizational goals.  This position will be located in either Montgomery, AL or Atlanta, GA.
Req No.
2018-1197
Category
Development
Type
Regular Full-Time
Southern Poverty Law Center seeks an outstanding and experienced attorney to drive our litigation efforts, defend the vulnerable communities with whom we work, and expand the protections and rights of our clients. The successful candidate will plan, develop, and litigate cases in federal and state courts throughout the country to protect the civil rights of vulnerable individuals. Under the supervision of the Deputy Legal Director of SPLC’s Special Litigation practice group, the Senior Staff Attorney will: 1) litigate impact cases and carry out other legal advocacy to address civil rights abuses, with a particular emphasis on litigation against hate groups and those who commit tortious acts against members of vulnerable communities, including racial and religious minorities and the LGBT community; 2) collaborate with other practice groups and provide litigation expertise; 3) coach and mentor attorneys in other practice groups. This attorney would report directly to our Deputy Legal Director, Special Litigation.   This position could be located in one of several SPLC offices, depending on personal circumstances and SPLC needs.  Extensive travel will be required.    
Req No.
2018-1196
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative (SIFI) provides high-quality, holistic pro bono legal representation to immigrants detained in the southeastern United States. By ensuring that skilled attorneys are available to protect detained immigrants’ due process rights, the SIFI endeavors to win every meritorious deportation defense case arising out of Trump-era immigration enforcement actions. SIFI was developed by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and is a collaboration between SPLC, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the American Immigration Council (Council), and the Innovation Law Lab (Law Lab). The American Immigration Representation Project (AIRP) is supporting SIFI and is working with the Council to expand pro bono support.   The SIFI Project Coordinator will manage daily operations for a team of full-time staff and pro-bono attorneys, in order to provide the highest quality legal case support to individuals detained in the Stewart Detention Center in Lumpkin, GA. The SIFI Project Coordinator will train the pro-bono attorneys in the administrative tasks necessary to provide legal support for all clients represented by the SIFI project. Along with the SIFI staff attorneys, the Project Coordinator will distribute tasks to pro-bono attorneys based on client need and pro-bono experience. The Project Coordinator will manage each case in the LawLab database and use LawLab to determine the necessary next steps for each case. The Project Coordinator role will ensure that all clients receive the attention and legal support they need to win their cases and be released from detention through daily direct service in the detention center, and national advocacy leveraged through the organizational partners.
Req No.
2018-1195
Category
Legal
Type
Temporary Full-Time
Our Teaching Tolerance project combats prejudice among our nation’s youth while promoting equality, inclusiveness and equitable learning environments in the classroom. We produce an array of anti-bias resources that we distribute, free of charge, to educators across the country – award-winning classroom documentaries, lesson plans and curricula, Teaching Tolerance magazine, and more.   The Southern Poverty Law Center is looking for a staff writer to join the organization’s Teaching Tolerance department. The writer will compose engaging copy for the department’s audience that supports its programmatic goals. The writer will work in a collaborative environment to produce: blogs, reports, web and email copy, feature stories and curriculum materials, both print and electronic. S/he must ensure accuracy, clarity, consistency and overall quality of content while meeting deadlines and balancing daily and longer-term assignments.
Req No.
2017-1194
Category
Teaching Tolerance
Type
Regular Full-Time
Our Teaching Tolerance project combats prejudice among our nation’s youth while promoting equality, inclusiveness and equitable learning environments in the classroom. We produce an array of anti-bias resources that we distribute, free of charge, to educators across the country – award-winning classroom documentaries, lesson plans and curricula, Teaching Tolerance magazine, and more.   The Editorial Assistant for Teaching Tolerance functions as a member of the organization’s editorial team and is responsible for supporting all aspects of the organization’s publication planning, development and implementation scheduling. Administrative expertise, sound editorial judgment and excellent written communication skills are essential to the role.
Req No.
2017-1193
Category
Teaching Tolerance
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Immigrant Justice Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center works to protect the rights of immigrants and their children to ensure they are treated with fairness and respect for their dignity. Our work is focused in three main areas: (1) defending immigrants against unlawful government action, including challenging harsh anti-immigrant laws and practices and protecting access to education for immigrant children and families; (2) defending against unfair deportation practices; and (3) protecting migrant workers from exploitation. In recent years, we have ended discriminatory practices that reduced immigrants’ access to driver’s licenses in Georgia and to register to vote in Louisiana. We have won millions of dollars in stolen wages and other compensation to migrant workers in states such as South Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi. We have recently launched a removal defense project to provide free legal representation to immigrants detained in southeastern detention centers, the Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative (“SIFI”), to protect the due process rights of detained immigrants, win every meritorious deportation defense case arising out of immigration enforcement actions, and shut down detention centers that cannot meet the basic constitutional requirements appropriate for civil adjudications.
Req No.
2017-1192
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Immigrant Justice Project (IJP) of the Southern Poverty Law Center works to protect the rights of immigrants and their children to ensure they are treated with fairness and respect for their dignity. Our work is focused in three main areas: (1) defending against unfair deportation practices; (2) protecting immigrant workers from exploitation and (3) defending the civil rights of immigrants. In recent years, we have ended discriminatory practices that reduced immigrants’ access to driver’s licenses in Georgia and to register to vote in Louisiana. We have won millions of dollars in stolen wages and other compensation to migrant workers in states such as South Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi.   As part of IJP, this spring we launched the Southeast Immigrant Freedom Initiative (“SIFI”), an ambitious project to provide free legal representation to immigrants detained in southeastern detention centers. By ensuring that skilled attorneys are available, at no charge, to protect the due process rights of detained immigrants, SIFI endeavors to win every meritorious deportation defense case arising out of immigration enforcement actions. In addition to winning immigration cases for our clients, SIFI’s goals include public education that demystifies who immigrants are; challenging the deportation machine; and shutting down detention centers that cannot meet the basic constitutional requirements appropriate for civil adjudications. SIFI began at the Stewart Detention Center in Lumpkin, Georgia, in collaboration with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the American Immigration Council, the Innovation Law Lab and the American Immigration Representation Project. It has since expanded to the Irwin County Detention Center in Ocilla, Georgia and the LaSalle ICE Processing Center in Jena, Louisiana. In January, SIFI will expand to the Folkston ICE Processing Center in Folkston, Georgia.   IJP is seeking a Staff Attorney to focus predominately on litigation and other advocacy arising out of SIFI and to assist with some aspects of SIFI operations. The Staff Attorney will spend approximately two-thirds of her or his time on SIFI litigation, advocacy, and operations, and one-third on other IJP litigation and advocacy. A commitment to IJP’s goals, in addition to the ability to work long hours, including some weekends, is required.
Req No.
2017-1191
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is a civil rights organization dedicated to fighting hate, teaching tolerance, and seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of society. With offices throughout the Southeastern United States, the SPLC employs litigation, legislative advocacy, and public education to advance criminal justice reform; protect the rights of children, immigrants and LGBT individuals; and combat policies and practices that punish people for being poor.   The Field Director will coordinate public engagement and outreach efforts throughout Florida to build support for criminal justice reform—specifically, (1) reforming the juvenile, criminal justice, and immigration enforcement systems so they operate fairly and equitably; (2) ensuring the dignity and humanity of those interacting with these systems; and (3) reducing the population of individuals detained and incarcerated in Florida.  The Field Director will establish a sustainable advocacy network by building on and expanding SPLC’s partnerships with community leaders and grassroots stakeholders. This will require cultivating relationships with individuals, families and communities impacted by the criminal justice system; state and local legislators; executive agency personnel; the faith community; and other individuals and groups invested in reducing mass incarceration in Florida.  The Field Director will be responsible for developing and empowering leaders in local communities to advocate individually and collectively for reform.   The focus of the position may change as warranted by changes in the law, the circumstances in Florida, and/or the needs of the organization.
Req No.
2017-1189
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
Location:    Flexible (Atlanta, New Orleans, Jackson, Montgomery, Miami)               The Senior Supervising Attorney leads the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “crimmigration” docket. This person is responsible for developing the vision and strategy, and executing the plan, to sever the pipeline from the criminal justice system into the immigrant detention and deportation system in SPLC’s states. This individual will supervise a dedicated team of staff attorneys and support staff. Under the Senior Supervising Attorney’s leadership, the team will use every tool at our disposal to protect the rights of immigrants against abuse in the justice system.   Specifically, the Senior Supervising Attorney will be responsible for developing and litigating impact cases raising constitutional and statutory claims in federal courts, at trial and appellate levels. This person will engage in litigation and public advocacy related to civil rights issues, particularly relating to the intersection of the criminal justice and immigrant enforcement systems. This work may include, but not be limited to: combatting increased federal prosecutions of immigration-related crimes; combatting local law enforcement abuses, including racial profiling of immigrants or those suspected to be immigrants; and ensuring immigrant detainees have access to counsel, due process protections, and constitutional conditions of confinement.   The focus of the position may change as warranted by changes in the law, the circumstances in SPLC’s states, and/or the needs of the organization.
Req No.
2017-1187
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a leader in the fight against hate and bigotry in the United States, is seeking nominations and applications for the newly-created position of Associate Legal Director (ALD). Joining a legal team that uses impact litigation and policy advocacy as its primary tools to relentlessly pursue justice and equal rights, the Associate Legal Director will refine, build, and maintain internal systems that support a rapidly growing and highly talented legal team.   As fear, political and cultural division, hatred, and economic uncertainty persist in the American consciousness and manifest in discriminatory policies, speech and actions, individuals across the country are reigniting their commitment to justice for all. Southern Poverty Law Center’s Legal Department is growing in response to the increased demand to protect Americans whose civil rights are being threatened in cities and states across the country. Because of this internal growth, there is an increasingly critical need for an internal systems-thinker who can assess, develop, and implement the consistent use of tools and practices designed to support the effectiveness of the legal team and build successful practices at every stage of litigation. In just the last 12 months, SPLC has increased its legal team by 50% and plans to continue a strong pace of growth in 2018.   Reporting to the Legal Director, the ALD will support and work collaboratively across six office locations and five legal practice groups in the areas of: Criminal Justice Reform, Children’s Rights, Economic Justice, Immigrant Justice, and LGBT Rights and Special Litigation (including litigation against hate groups). The ALD will streamline internal systems to ensure that the appropriate frameworks, tools, systems, and policies are in place, will review monthly budgets and reporting, will oversee talent strategy for fellowship, internship, and recruitment programs, and will partner with the Legal Director to research new opportunities for growth.   The ideal candidate will be committed to SPLC’s mission and the transformative power of impact litigation. He/she/they will hold a law degree and ideally have litigation experience, but will have shifted professional focus toward the administration of strong operational and management systems that support a legal enterprise. The ideal candidate will be a natural relationship builder and effective communicator with demonstrated project management success coordinating across, and synthesizing feedback from, multiple teams and locations. He/she/they will additionally have seasoned and successful experience in change/growth management and talent strategy, including recruitment and professional development. The selected candidate will have experience working with and supporting a strong and diverse team and will bring a healthy sense of humor and enthusiasm to the work environment.   This search is being conducted by Katherine Jacobs, Callie Carroll, and Erica Nicole Griffin of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Please find more information and application instructions at the end of this document. HISTORYAND MISSION Southern Poverty Law Center was founded in the late 1960s by Morris Dees and Joe Levin to secure the promises of the Civil Rights movement through impact litigation. While landmark court decisions of the 1950s and 1960s had set precedents to usher in widespread racial equality, states and local jurisdictions were reluctant to implement changes to ensure all people had equal access to public resources and equal protection under the law. Instead, vulnerable communities, especially Blacks in the South, were subject to discrimination in the workforce, in schools, in state legislatures and the criminal justice system and hate-driven terror in their communities. Dees and Levin committed their careers at SPLC to pro bono litigation, taking on cases that few were willing to pursue and aggressively pushing for decisions that would have widespread implications.   In 1971, civil rights activist Julian Bond was named as SPLC’s first president and the organization began to campaign for and win national financial support. As SPLC grew and expanded, it restructured its work to focus on four crucial areas of programming in the fight for justice. These include: • The Intelligence Project, (formerly known as KlanWatch) a team dedicated to monitoring, infiltrating, reporting, and shutting down the activity of domestic hate groups. • Teaching Tolerance, which combats prejudice among our nation’s youth while promoting equality, inclusiveness and equitable learning environments in the classroom. • Civil Rights Memorial Center, located across the street from SPLC and near other historic sites, features the names and stories of martyrs of the Civil Rights Movement, a theater, classrooms, and the Wall of Tolerance. • The Legal Department continues to seek justice and advocate for the rights of all people, just as Morris Dees and Joe Levin did at SPLC’s founding.   With critical wins over the years against discriminatory practices by individuals, the private sector, the government, educational systems, and criminal justice systems, SPLC’s legal team has inspired hope and brought justice to individuals in the farthest reaches of our society. Landmark cases against the Ku Klux Klan and the Aryan Nation put hate groups out of business and the Intelligence Project’s sophisticated tracking of these groups continues to support the ongoing work of the legal team.   Over the last decade the legal team expanded and organized into five practice groups each with related but unique priorities. They are: • Children’s Rights – The Children’s Rights practice group works to improve the well-being of the South’s most vulnerable children by fighting to stop the school-to-prison pipeline, improving educational equity, and ensuring that children with mental health challenges get the care and treatment they need to succeed. • Economic Justice – The Economic Justice Project challenges practices that trap people – especially people of color – in poverty and punish or disadvantage them simply for being poor. Current priority areas are: ending debtors’ prisons and reforming court debt abuses, bail reform, ending predatory lending, and protecting government safety nets for the poor. • Immigrant Justice – The Immigrant Justice Project fights against worker abuse, defends the civil rights of immigrants against unlawful governmental action, and works to end unfair deportations and ICE abuses. • LGBT Rights and Special Litigation – This practice group works to ensure that LGBT people achieve full equality under the law, engages in litigation that advances SPLC’s commitment to combatting hate, and brings litigation that advances SPLC priorities not addressed by other practice • Criminal Justice Reform – SPLC is using litigation and advocacy to help end the era of mass incarceration, to root out racial discrimination in the criminal justice system, and to ensure humane, constitutional standards for prisoners. Priorities include sentencing reform, litigation to improve prison conditions, juvenile justice, and fighting the criminalization and over-incarceration of immigrants.   Over the last 12 months, the growth of this team has been unprecedented. Under the direction of Legal Director Rhonda Brownstein, the Deputy Legal Directors (DLDs) have had to quickly expand their teams and increase capacity to meet the increased demands for justice. The new Associate Legal Director will collaborate with Rhonda and the DLDs to develop and execute operational systems and practices that enable the team to operate with precision, consistency, and widespread impact.
Req No.
2017-1184
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
This 1 year contract position is being added to the Southern Poverty Law Center’s talent team at a time of exciting growth and expansion for the Center. The Talent Recruiter will guide the recruitment efforts for our professional and senior level positions. S/he will team up with HR colleagues on recruitment needs to promote organizational growth and development, and also be assigned special projects that train and coach others, streamline processes, and build upon the Department’s areas of interest, including Learning and Development and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work. This is an ideal opportunity for a highly organized and dedicated professional interested in overseeing both mid- and senior-level openings in the areas of impact litigation, program management, fundraising, IT, policy/advocacy, grassroots organizing, education and infrastructure.   This position will be based in either Atlanta, GA or Montgomery, AL.
Req No.
2017-1180
Category
Human Resources
Type
Regular Full-Time
SPLC’s Criminal Justice Reform Practice Group is dedicated to reducing the number of juveniles, adults, and immigrants detained and incarcerated in the Deep South. All of SPLC’s states fall within the top ten nationally in rates of incarceration. The Regional Policy Analyst is responsible for conducting fact and policy research; reviewing and analyzing data; developing policy recommendations to reduce juvenile and adult jail and prison populations and reduce immigrant detention, while improving; public safety; and working with colleagues to advocate for the implementation of those recommendations in each of SPLC’s states.     This position could be located in one of several SPLC offices, depending on personal circumstances and SPLC needs.   
Req No.
2017-1176
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
SPLC on Campus seeks to empower college students across the country to become more engaged in our democracy. Young people have played key roles in almost every major social movement in the U.S., including the modern American Civil Rights Movement, the LGBTQ, environmental, antiwar and immigrant rights movements. By providing free educational resources and organizational support, SPLC on Campus assists students in making the connection between the social justice issues they care about and politics while encouraging non-violent student activism. Last year we launched a campaign, #RegisterShowUpVote, that resulted in Clubs holding voter registration drives on and off campus. SPLC on Campus Clubs in Alabama and Georgia came together on the anniversary of the signing of the Voting Rights Act for a day of canvassing to reach eligible voters in rural Alabama. This year’s campaign, #WhatDemocracyLooksLike serves as a rallying cry to students across the country who are bombarded with biased and bigoted rhetoric that seeks to divide them.   Under the supervision of the Director of Outreach, the Outreach Manager will play an integral role in supporting all aspects of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s outreach initiatives and management of Civil Rights Memorial Center (CRMC)staff. The Outreach Manager will oversee and facilitate all efforts to engage with local, state and national partners to enhance the profile of the CRMC and the Center’s outreach efforts. The Outreach Manager will supervise and support the SPLC on Campus team. 
Req No.
2017-1175
Category
SPLC On Campus
Type
Regular Full-Time
SPLC’s Children’s Rights Practice Group is dedicated to ensuring that vulnerable children in the Deep South have access to the resources they need—particularly education and health services—to grow and thrive, and that they are neither excluded from nor denied such resources due to their background or characteristics. Vulnerable children in SPLC’s states are pushed into the school to prison pipeline at disproportionate rates, attend school in under-resourced education systems, and often have little or no access to vital health services.   The Data Analyst (Southeast Region) is responsible for developing systems to acquire, analyze, and gain actionable insight from data that promotes the Children’s Rights Practice Group’s mission; preparing and implementing quantitative and qualitative models for analysis; collaborating with attorney and policy subject matter experts through the process of developing and using these systems and models; using data to lift up and tell stories to support litigation and policy transformation; and working closely with a variety of internal and external partners and stakeholders to these ends.
Req No.
2017-1174
Category
Legal
Type
Regular Full-Time
The Senior Communications Strategist (Hate and Extremism) is responsible for developing and implementing a communications and media strategy that broadens national awareness of SPLC’s expertise on hate and extremism and other programs, increases visibility of its priorities, strengthens the public narrative on SPLC priorities, and promotes the organization’s message and brand. This position reports to the Communications Director.   The SPLC’s Intelligence Project monitors activities of domestic hate groups and other extremists and shares key intelligence and analysis about the radical right with the media, government officials and the public.
Req No.
2017-1170
Category
Communications
Type
Regular Full-Time
The SPLC is dedicated to fighting hate and bigotry and to seeking justice for the most vulnerable members of our society. Using litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality. SPLC's Intelligence Project monitors activities of domestic hate groups and other extremists – including the Ku Klux Klan, the neo-Nazi movement, neo-Confederates, racist skinheads, antigovernment militias, and other forms of extremism. The team is tasked with tracking more than 1,600 extremist groups operating across the country. The Intelligence Project publishes a magazine, white papers, investigative reports, social media items and blog posts. The department also trains law enforcement officers and shares key intelligence and analysis about the radical right with the media, government officials and the public. The SPLC’s Intelligence Project seeks a Deputy Director to work with IP’s Director to accomplish the department’s strategic goals. The Deputy Director will oversee the activities of the research and editorial staff; direct the development of innovative, high quality digital content; share responsibility for planning, budgeting and implementing strategic activities with the Director; lead internal and external collaborative projects as a representative of the department; and act on behalf of the Director in her absence. Management will be a key responsibility for a department with nearly 30 staffers. This position will be located in Atlanta, GA.
Req No.
2017-1168
Category
Intelligence Project
Type
Regular Full-Time