Welcome to Catholic Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami's job openings page. Below you will find the links to employment opportunities currently available. Read each posting thoroughly and follow the particular instructions on how to
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Catholic Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all individuals without regard to race, religion, gender, ethnic group, disability, protected veteran status, political affiliation or other distinguishing
characteristics and engages in fair employment practices at all times. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
Catholic Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami, Inc. reserves the right to refuse hiring based on religious belief consistent with title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Employment with Catholic Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami has benefits and perks including healthcare and life insurance, retirement plans, time off, continuing education, and others.
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CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
CLS seeks bilingual Paralegal/Case Worker to provide support to immigrant community. Location: Hollywood, Broward County - 6565 TAFT ST, 4th Floor, Hollywood, Florida 33024.
Catholic Legal Services of Miami (CLS) CLS seeks a bilingual (Creole) attorney to provide legal services in our Legal Orientation Programs:
Immigration Help Desk (ICH), Family Group Legal Orientation Program (FGLOP) and Know Your Rights Presentation (KYR). Location: Miami (Downtown)- 28 W. Flagler Street, Suite 1000, Miami, FL 33130.
CCLS seeks a Bilingual Legal Assistant who is responsible for providing support to staff attorneys on the Vera Unaccompanied Children’s Project
administered by the Vera Institute and funded by the Office of Refugee Resettlement to provide representation to unaccompanied minors in removal
proceedings before the Miami Immigration Court. Location: Miami (Downtown)- 28 W. Flagler Street, Miami, FL 33130.
CLS seeks a bilingual Spanish-speaking attorney to work with our vulnerable populations team which serves families and unaccompanied children facing removal proceedings before the Miami Immigration Court
and in local state courts. Location: Miami (Downtown)- 28 W. Flagler Street, Suite 1000, Miami, FL 33130.
CLS seeks a bilingual attorney to develop and maintain significant caseload, assist existing CLS clients with their immigration cases, represent individuals in removal
proceedings before the South Florida Immigration Courts, represent individuals before USCIS, and assist managing attorney with administrative issues such as
the implementation of specific programs depending on available funding. Conducts “Know Your Rights” presentations educating individuals of their rights
and the applicable immigration laws.Location: Miami (Downtown)- 28 W. Flagler Street, Suite 1000, Miami, FL 33130.
CLS seeks a bilingual attorney to provide legal services under the Legal Orientation Program (LOP) for detained individuals and represent non-detained clients
at the Miami Immigration Court. LOP orientations are “Know Your Rights” presentations educating detained adults of their rights and the applicable immigration laws.
Location: Broward Transitional Center (BTC), Miami Immigration Court & CLS Hollywood Office
Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States. To comply with this law,
Catholic Legal Services, Archdiocese of Miami, Inc. must collect information regarding an employee’s identity and employment eligibility and document that information on
a document referred to as Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification, no later than three business days from when the employee begins work for pay. If you are hired,
you will be required to provide certain information on the form necessary to establish your identity and eligibility to work in the United States
and certain required supporting documents.
Catholic Legal Services Archdiocese of Miami also uses E-Verify to confirm newly-hired employees’ legal eligibility to work in the US. E-Verify is an internet-based
system that compares information from an employee’s Form I-9, to data from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Social Security Administration
records to confirm employment eligibility.
If the government cannot confirm that you are authorized to work, Catholic Legal Services Archdiocese of Miami is required to provide you written instructions
and an opportunity to contact SSA and/or DHS before taking adverse action against you, including terminating your employment.
All employees hired by Catholic Legal Services Archdiocese of Miami will need to complete the criminal background screening prior to employment.