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Since the Florence Project was founded in 1989, we have grown from two staff members to nearly 200. Stand with the Florence Project on the frontline of immigrants' rights. Join a talented and diverse team committed to the rights and empowerment of those facing the harsh realities of the U.S. immigration system.

Benefits Of Working With Us

Medical insurance, including health, dental, and vision coverage, with full premiums covered by the organization, plus we cover 50% of dependent health insurance coverage.

A benefits package including 25 days of paid vacation time annually, accruing biweekly, five days of medical/sick time, one personal day per month, an eight week paid sabbatical every three years of employment, paid federal holidays, bereavement leave, and short-term disability.

An eight-week paid sabbatical to employees for every three years of employment. This unique benefit is a great way to show employees that the company values their well-being and is committed to promoting a healthy work-life balance.

Group Benefits to eligible employees, including the option for voluntary life insurance. This benefit is designed to provide financial protection for employees and their families. We are committed to helping our employees stay protected and secure, and we are proud to offer this valuable benefit as part of our comprehensive benefits package.

A comprehensive parental leave benefit, including 13 paid weeks, to support new parents.

A comprehensive relocation assistance to employees. This includes mileage reimbursement for travel between offices and places of work, as well as relocation assistance for out-of-state new hires. This helps make the transition to Arizona as smooth as possible for new employees and shows our commitment to supporting our staff.

The Florence Project does not and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other status not specified here that is protected under the law in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, the hiring and firing of staff and the selection of interns and volunteers.

The Florence Project is an equal opportunity employer. This policy governs all aspects of employment, including recruitment, selection, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination, and access to benefits and training.

Open Positions

Professional Development Role

ADULT PROGRAM

Advocacy Program

Phoenix, Arizona - Advocacy Program Intern

Children's Program

Tucson, Arizona - Children's Program Full-Time

Tucson, Arizona - Children's Program Intern

Phoenix, Arizona - Children's Program Intern

Phoenix, Arizona - Children's Program Full-Time

Tucson, Arizona - Children's Program Full-Time

Phoenix, Arizona - Children's Program Full-Time

Phoenix, Arizona - Children's Program Intern

Tucson, Arizona - Children's Program Intern

Phoenix, Arizona - Children's Program Full-Time

Phoenix, Arizona - Children's Program Intern

Direct Representation Team

Phoenix, Arizona - Direct Representation Team Full-Time

Phoenix, Arizona -Direct Representation Team Full-Time

Integrated Social Services Program

Phoenix, Arizona - Integrated Social Services Program Full-Time

Phoenix, Arizona - Integrated Social Services Program Full-Time

Management

Phoenix, Arizona - IManagement Full-Time

Operations Team

Phoenix, Arizona - Operations Team Full-Time

People and Culture

Phoenix, Arizona - People and Culture Full-Time

Tucson, Arizona - People and Culture Full-Time

Want to Volunteer?

Our volunteers are an invaluable asset to the
mission of the Florence Project. The fight
for immigrants’ legal rights is an ongoing battle,
and we need people like you in the fight.
Learn more about non-financial opportunities
available to contribute to the Florence Project.

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