We are hiring!

Fair Work Center & Working Washington are hiring for a new development director to help resource our movement for change!

We are looking for a strategic, ambitious, and senior professional who knows how to grow organizational revenue for movement building organizations, and who is excited to create change for working people across the state. Learn more about the role and how to apply here.

Our legal clinic seeks a dynamic and creative staff attorney to join our legal team!

Interested candidates dedicated to advancing the rights of low-wage, immigrant, and contingent workers should consider applying. Read the full announcement here.

We are also looking for law students or recent grads to do an internship in our legal clinic.

Fair Work Center is currently accepting applications for law student interns for the 2019 – 2020 school year. Beginning and end dates for the externship are flexible based upon student’s academic schedules. However, intern must be available for full-time work in Seattle for at least 10 weeks. Interns are paid $16/hour. Learn more here.