NALIP Job Board

Director of Development, National Immigration Law Center

The National Immigration Law Center (NILC) is seeking its first Director of Development to assist the organization in its next growth phase. This position is based in Los Angeles.

This is an exciting opportunity for a development professional interested in using his or her experience to support NILC, which has become one of the premier immigrants’ rights organizations in the nation. Join a talented, committed, and fun team of advocates working to improve the lives of low-income immigrants so they can achieve their full potential and participate fully in our democracy.

The Director of Development provides the leadership, strategic direction, management, and coordination for expanding NILC’s fundraising efforts.

Read the full job posting online here.

Posted 3/6


Tenure-Track Position in New Media (NYC)

LaGuardia Community College of the City University of New York is seeking applicants for a full-time, tenure-track position in New Media, starting in Fall, 2014.

Candidates will find job description and online application for JOB ID 9743 at, click tab for "employment."  Application deadline is March 23, 2014.

Posted 2/13


Bi-lingual TV/Media Analyst

Job Description: Computer Applications Development, Inc. (C.A.D.) is the global leader in media software services. With over two decades of experience in research and software development, C.A.D. provides user-friendly, web-based solutions to facilitate intellectual property tracking, research, sales and licensing management.

Summary of Position

C.A.D. is currently looking to hire a bi-lingual television/media analyst to use proprietary software to track international television programming, assist in Quality Assurance and provide administrative support to Senior Management. The position is full time and is based in North Hollywood.

Job Responsibilities

-Conduct web-based research and use proprietary software to identify and track television programming worldwide.

-Support the Client Services Department and Senior Management, as needed.

-Demonstrate ability to champion a project and coordinate resources from start to finish with acute attention to detail.

-Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to interact well with a wide variety of staff from internal support staff to executive management, to external contractors and vendors


-Must have a BS/BA degree in Film/TV, Business, Research, Communications, or related field, with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA.

-Knowledge and understanding of entertainment industry.

-Fluent in Spanish and English, oral and written. Additional languages a plus.

-Excellent PC skills with proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint and Word.

-Fast worker who can handle pressure & deadlines.

-Must have the ability to multitask and pay attention to detail.

-Proactive self-starter.


Salary: DOE. Benefits/Health insurance options after 90 days

Interested parties please send resume and cover letter to

Posted 2/18


Post For Crew, Cast, and Others Jobs in LITI!

Looking for crew for your next film? Casting a new web series? Hiring staff at your company? Find them with a FREE job posting in Latinos In The Industry, a newsletter that reaches 9,000 entertainment and media professionals around the world. Just email with details about the position and how to apply.


Sound Designer / Sound Editor (NYC)

Award winning team searching for a talented Spanish speaking Sound Designer/Editor ASAP for upcoming independent feature film. Must be NYC based with feature film experience in this position. 

Please contact


Casting: Children 10-13 for Game Show

A major children's network and SFS Productions, Inc. are now casting children 10 years of age to 13 years of age for a brand new game show!  To be eligible, the child must be at least 10 years old as of April 1, 2014, and no older than 13 as of May 1, 2014.
We are looking for dynamic children with outgoing personalities. Whether your child is competitive, silly, fun-loving, an all-star who loves the spotlight, or just a GREAT kid who would love the opportunity to be on a fun new game show, we would love to meet them!
Please have your parent or guardian email:  ATTN: LAURA or have them call 323-648-5746 if you would like to schedule an audition or if you have any questions.  We cannot accept submissions from individuals under 18 years of age.


Graphic Design Intern

Ambulante California is looking for a part-time Graphic Design intern in the spring with a passion for film curation and 
programming, the intersection of community driven interventions and the non-profit filmmaker and audience development 

Ambulante California is a new arm of Ambulante A.C. -the 2005 non-profit organization founded by actors Gael Garcia 
Bernal and Diego Luna with producer Pablo Cruz, which focuses on supporting and promoting documentary film as a tool for 
social and cultural transformation. Set to launch September 21 – October 4,  Ambulante California is a traveling pop up 
cinema tour that will foster community through documentaries that speak to the greater Los Angeles area's subcultures, 
arming radical social interventions.   Several precursor screening events are being planned and produced in the spring 
including a highly interactive crowd funding campaign.   This is an opportunity to be on the ground floor in formulating an 
effective radical city-wide transmedia project. Focus will be skewed towards social media and crowdfunding campaign in 
February and March by creating flyers, content, designs, postcards, banners, et al to introduce and represent AMBULANTE 
CA. Other main tasks will include: Creating booklets, flyers, collages, programs, social media marketing designs and 

This internship will also allow the students to get involved in: 
Heavy research on the history and current landscape of the Greater Los Angeles urban development and relationship to 
ethnic enclaves
Outreach to grassroots and cultural community organizations
Managing the documentary short film submissions call.
Screening and evaluating documentary films to program in the festival
Brainstorming social interventions!
Social media marketing and promotion
Scouting potential venues

Interns will work out of the Canana office in Santa Monica. The internship is unpaid and for school credit. 

Ideal candidate will be currently enrolled in a Graphic Design or Post Production program/school, and have:

- Skilled knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, or CorelDraw, or Xara Designer Pro or your preferred software.
-       Skilled knowledge of programs in Adobe Creative Cloud including Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, et al.
- Skilled knowledge of Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, and Keynote)
-       Have an online portfolio/website/link to see previous work/designs.
- Some Film production experience (Pre Prod, Production, or Post Prod)
- Excellent research ability
- Some projection tech knowledge
- A professional, resourceful and proactive attitude
- Excellent verbal communication skills (fluent in Spanish a plus)
- A car: intern will be reimbursed for mileage accrued while conducting Ambulante business

For more information on Ambulante please visit:  If you are interested in applying for this internship, please email Alejandro Torres Rezzio, 
AMBULANTE CA Programming Coordinator at, and include a resume and brief cover letter 
detailing your interest in interning as a Graphic Designer for Ambulante California.

Posted 2/27


Senior Producer at Southern California Public Radio

Southern California Public Radio seeks a Senior Producer for one of its flagship programs to serve one of the largest and most diverse public media audiences in the nation. This person oversees all aspects of production for AirTalk, a daily public affairs and talk program which regularly brings newsmakers, leading thinkers and undiscovered ideas to an audience that calls in, comments and exchanges opinions across all its platforms. The Senior Producer is responsible for generating and evaluating ideas for the program and leading the show's production staff to ensure AirTalk brings those ideas to the audience in original and creative ways, consistent with the highest journalistic standards. This person also interacts regularly with other SCPR programs and news staff, looking for opportunities for special coverage, signature contributions and editorial efficiencies.

For details and to apply, click here .

Posted 2/11


Arts Grants Administrator Positions, California Arts Council

The California Arts Council will be hiring individuals to fill program administrator positions for the first time in over ten years. Currently there are two vacancies to be filled. This is a rare opportunity to join a hard working agency during an exciting time of growth.

The California Arts Council invites qualified applicants to participate in step one of a four-step hiring process.

1. At this time, interested individuals should take the Arts Grants Administrator exam. There are two state classifications, Assistant Arts Grants Administrator and Associate Arts Grants Administrator characterized by qualifications and experience. (Review the examination bulletins to determine the most appropriate classification(s) for which to apply.)

2. Successful applicants will be added to the appropriate Arts Grants Administrator hiring list based on the classification(s) to which they applied.

3. Interested applicants can then apply for open positions. (Open Positions will be advertised shortly.)

4. Selected applicants will be interviewed by senior staff.

Desired Experience: (Review the appropriate examination bulletin for minimum qualifications)
- Experience with a performing, or exhibiting organization, or an arts service agency with responsibility in one or more of the following areas: artistic program planning or evaluation, organizational development, fiscal management, public relations and marketing, or
- Experience with a public or private arts funding agency with responsibility for analyzing or evaluating grant applications.

Desired Knowledge: (Review the appropriate examination bulletin for Scope of Knowledge and Ability)

Principles and practices of public, business or nonprofit administration with specific reference to program evaluation, contracts, fiscal management, marketing and public relations, planning and development; the cultural history and current artistic activity of California; and components of public grant proposal process.

For more information and application details please visit:

Posted 2/20


Production Manager, ITVS (SF)

Independent Television Service (ITVS) funds, presents, and promotes award-winning documentaries and dramas on public television and cable, innovative new media projects on the Web, and the Emmy Award-winning weekly series Independent Lens on PBS.

Job Description:

Our Production Manager works as a supervising producer, managing and delivering to broadcast a portfolio of high quality and diverse programs. This position reports to a Senior Production Manager, and serves as an integral member of the Production and Programming Dept. As an ambassador for this public media organization, a production manager is expected to be a role model, to set high standards, and to maintain quality control over the production of funded programs and the integrity of our data and project management systems.  The Production Manager is responsible for cultivating and nurturing relationships with producers, series partners and PTV representatives.  

Content Management
 Serve as the primary contact for production management and broadcast delivery for a portfolio of programs funded through various ITVS funding initiatives, primarily long and short form documentaries. 
 Ensure the successful contracting, on-time and within budget delivery for all programs including successful maintenance of relationships with Producers throughout production.
 Set and manage production schedules in coordination with producers, broadcasters and other ITVS departments.
 Provide education and mentorship to funded Producers (as appropriate) regarding    ITVS / PTV financial reporting, editorial, and technical standards.
 Evaluate and provide feedback on program deliverables and maintain standards for quality.
 Collect, analyze and report data related to individual programs and overall portfolio and provide regular reports for the department and content strategy team.
 Support Senior Production Manager in providing oversight to Production Coordinator team to ensure consistent administration of the department including: overseeing database and DAM entry, media and tape tracking, new staff orientation, documenting work processes and policies.
 When necessary, travel to meet with funded Producers and their staff to support/troubleshoot successful completion and delivery of the program for broadcast.
 Promote and model culture of high performance and commitment to quality
 Maintain internal and external communications and relationships that strengthen ITVS culture of teamwork and integrity.
 Maintain and inform excellent production delivery standards across initiatives.
 Maintain standards and consistency of information systems for production management.

 5-7 years experience either as a Producer of national commercial or Public Television programming or as a project manager for a commissioning television network, studio, or television station.
 Proven experience in supervising delivery of programs for broadcast and for online distribution.
 B.A. in Film/Television, Broadcast Journalism, or a related field
 Prior experience evaluating editorial works in progress, and providing constructive feedback on preliminary cuts of film/tv projects.
 Deep familiarity with all aspects of documentary production, including the technical process of film production and post, and FCC broadcast standards.
 Prior experience preparing and evaluating budgets, cost reports, and financial records for low-budget or independently produced films.
 Understanding of and experience working with rights licensing agreements for film and television, knowledge of insurance and business requirements for companies engaging in film/television work, and best business practices for these types of companies.
 Experience negotiating contracts in a television, film and/or media environment
 Ability to build and maintain effective working relationships with individuals from a wide variety of social and economic backgrounds, as well as the ability to constructively manage conflict in a business setting are MUSTS.

Knowledge Skills & Abilities
 Ability to operate effectively in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment
 High flexibility and adaptability
 Demonstrated ability to work cross functionally, and effectively as part of team
 Excellent communication and presentation skills
 Excellent project and time management skills
 Great analytical and critical thinking skills

This is a full-time position located in San Francisco, CA which includes a generous benefits package, PTO, holiday pay and professional development opportunities. Salary is competitive, depending on experience. If interested, please submit resume and cover letter to and put Production Manager in the subject line. No phone calls please.

Posted 3/13


Casting: Spanish-Speaking Actor

Buscando Actor Latino entre 25 y 35 años de edad o que los aparente, que hable español, para papel principal en serie de television. El proyecto es NON-UNION y de presupuesto bajo. 

Toda la serie se filma en locaciones del sur de California, y posiblemente en la frontera con Mexico. La serie habla sobre historias de la frontera. La producción es de bajo presupuesto, pero si habrá paga dependiendo de la cantidad de días de filmación.

El director ha hecho 2 películas anteriormente y trabaja en temas bilingües que tienen que ver con la comunidad Latina.

La serie será algo dramático, que mostrará la realidad tan fuerte que vive la gente que busca cruzar en busca del sueño americano.

(otros papeles también disponibles)

Por favor mandar photo, resume y un link a reel o ejemplo de actuación en video a

Posted 3/18


Avid Editors (South Florida)

A fellow NALIPster is looking for good, reliable Avid editors in the South Florida area. 

Please send your information, a link to your demos, etc under the subject "NALIPSTER interested in Newlink" to:


Social Media Guru for Latino Film and Video Company

Violet Pictures, Inc. is looking for a Social Media Guru. Someone tapped into the latest technologies and networking sites on the web. The search is on for a very motivated individual that can manage Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram, & other viable social media forums on a regular basis. The content will consist of high-end video clips and media updates. 

Part-time flexible position, pay based on experience. (Spanish-speaking/writing a plus.) Serious inquiries only. 

Please forward to resume and pay requirements to: (Cover letter not needed, just tell us why you'd be a great candidate for the position.) 

Violet Pictures, Inc. is a female-owned film and media production company located in Bryn Mawr, PA. The award-winning company creates television commercials, original webisodes, feature films, television programming and content for non-profit organizations. Clients include: A&E, BET, Discovery Channel, Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, ABC, CBS,


Production Intern (Bryn Mawr, PA)

Violet Pictures, Inc. is offering an exciting opportunity for individuals interested in assisting a busy film and media production company. Responsibilities include developing and coordinating schedules for production shoots, as well as general production office duties. Intern will also assist in field productions and basic digital editing. Intern position begins in the Spring through the Summer 2014. 

Time Commitment: 10-20 hours a week. Position is unpaid. Great potential for future growth and/or fulltime employment. 

Must be willing to work in an office and/or go on shoots. Must have a vehicle. And must have some prior production experience. Individuals should be highly motivated, with excellent written and verbal communication skills. 

Please forward to resume to:

Violet Pictures, Inc. is a female-owned film and media production company located in Bryn Mawr, PA. The award-winning company creates television commercials, original webisodes, feature films, television programming and content for non-profit organizations. Clients include: A&E, BET, Discovery Channel, Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, ABC, CBS,