We are currently looking to fill the following positions:

Office Coordinator (Tucson office)

Receptionist (Tucson office)

Attorney – Mental Health Team (Tucson or Phoenix office)

Legal Assistant/Case Manager – Mental Health Team (Tucson or Phoenix office)

Social Worker (Tucson office)

Staff Attorney – Direct Representation (Florence office)

Staff Attorney (Florence office)

Staff Attorney – Children’s Program (Phoenix office)

Legal Assistant – Adult Program (Florence office)

FIRRP-PLAN Legal Fellow Sponsorship (Phoenix office)

The Florence Project is always looking for talented attorneys to join our team. We accept applications for the following positions on a continuous basis:

Staff Attorney (Florence Office)

Staff Attorney (Phoenix Office)

Legal and Social Services Internships:

Summer 2019 – Asylum Legal Intern (Phoenix office)

Summer 2019 FIRRP-PLAN Legal Intern (Phoenix office)

Summer 2019 Legal Intern – (Tucson office)

Masters of Social Work Placement- Social Services and Development Teams (Tucson office)

Masters of Social Work Placement- Mental Health Team (Tucson office)

Masters of Social Work Placement- Adult Team (Phoenix or Tucson office)

Masters of Social Work Placement- Children’s Team (Phoenix office)

Masters of Social Work Placement- Adult Asylum Seekers (Phoenix office)

Volunteers

For volunteer opportunities, please email volunteers@firrp.org

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.

“I had been trained by a group of amazing attorneys on how to start to be an immigration lawyer. A real advocate. The attorneys at the Project were dedicated and passionate and they gave their cases everything they had. That is something I hope to always carry with me.”

Samuel Adair, former Bacon and Dear law clerk and former Florence Project board member

“Florence gave me not only first hand knowledge of detention and due process issues, but also insight into US/Mexico Border issues and how the Southern border plays out in US immigration law and policy. I gained invaluable insight in how an innovative nonprofit organization such as the Florence Project is managed.”

Dayna Anderson,, Former Florence Project Interim Executive Director