King County Immigrant and Refugee Commission
Application deadline: 8/16/2019

The King County IRC is currently recruiting to fill 3 vacant positions.  The IRC was created in 2018 by Executive Dow Constantine and the King County Council and is committed to integrating, strengthening, and valuing immigrant and refugee communities, upholding the County’s commitment as a welcoming community. The Commission works to achieve fair and equitable access to County services for immigrant and refugee residents, improve opportunities for civic engagement, set annual goals, and participate in important dialogue on County policies and practices that impact the community.

The Commission is comprised of 13 members, serving 3-year terms.  Among other qualifications, Commissioners must reside in King County and be immersed in one or more immigrant and refugee communities.

To apply for a seat on the Immigrant and Refugee Commission, please visit the County’s Boards and Commissions page.  Spanish versions of application materials are also available on the site.