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HEALTH POLICY ATTORNEY/MANAGER
Empire Justice Center (Albany Office)
STATEWIDE WEBSITE COORDINATOR
POSITION: The Michigan Poverty Law Program (MPLP) is seeking applicants for a
Statewide Website Coordinator.
DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM: This position will be located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The Michigan Advocacy Program (MAP) provides direct free legal services to low income persons in 13 counties and administers five statewide program through its
Michigan Statewide Advocacy Services (MSAS) division. Overall, MAP/MSAS employs
nearly 100 attorneys, paralegals, and administrators in 10 offices across Michigan.
See mplp.org, miadvocacy.org, and michigansas.org for more information.
This position will be housed in our Michigan Poverty Law Program (MPLP) office. MPLP provides state support services to local legal services programs and other poverty law advocates throughout Michigan. Our goals are to support and coordinate the advocacy of civil legal aid programs; to assure that a full range of advocacy continues on behalf of the poor; and to lead policy and systemic advocacy efforts in Michigan on behalf of low income families and vulnerable populations.
MPLP’s IT department initiates and leads statewide technology initiatives, provides general technology consultation and support to Michigan legal aid programs, and provides website development and maintenance for statewide programs, including the Michigan Legal Help Program (michiganlegalhelp.org).
RESPONSIBILITIES: This is a full time position that is responsible for building,
maintaining and supporting sixteen statewide Drupal websites plus the Michigan Legal Help website. This includes backups, security patches, upgrades, repairs and modifications to the front and back end. The statewide coordinator tracks analytics on these sites and reports data as requested; trains targeted program-specific staff in managing content on these websites; creates new websites as approved by the technology committee; manages URL and security certificate purchases, and other needs for all statewide websites; participates in quarterly technology trainings and other statewide technology trainings as needed; participates in MPLP IT strategic planning and weekly MPLP IT meetings. For the Michigan Legal Help website, additional responsibilities include significant ongoing development work for a complex interactive Drupal site; assistance with user design and user testing to continually improve UX; participation in national Drupal legal aid development groups; regular consultation with other MLH staff members; and occasional work with outside contract Drupal developers.
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field or commensurate experience in a related position. Qualified candidates will have demonstrable experience with front-end website development. In particular, candidates should have experience building a website architecture using a CMS, as well as theming a CMS using modern HTML and CSS. Priority will be given to those with experience in Drupal JQuery, PHP (or other website programing language), Google Analytics, Git, and/or legal aid technology work.
Applicants must be able to effectively plan and facilitate small meetings with website partners; effectively manage multiple tasks, set priorities, and meet all deadlines. Experience in working with nonprofits and/or legal services organizations is preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, the ability to take initiative in the development and completion of projects, and to work successfully on teams is required. Strong project management, organizational and time management skills, along with excellent problem-solving, analytical, and evaluative skills preferred.
BENEFITS: This is a full-time position with a salary starting at $45,000 based on years of relevant experience and includes excellent health, disability, and fringe benefits, and leave time.
MPLP is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
TO APPLY: send a resume, cover letter, and three references (with phone numbers) with “MPLP Statewide Website Coordinator” in the subject line to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis so we encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible.
Maine Equal Justice
Maine Equal Justice (MEJ) seeks a full-time Litigation Director to join its dedicated and highly
collaborative staff. MEJ is a nonprofit legal aid provider located in Augusta, Maine that
represents the interests of people with low income in the state legislature, before the courts and
administrative agencies, and through outreach and organizing in the community. MEJ strives to
find solutions to poverty and ensures that people can access adequate health care, food and
income security, and higher education and training.
This position is responsible for initiating and coordinating MEJ’s systemic
litigation activities. The Litigation Director also works with Maine’s legal service providers
(such as Pine Tree Legal Assistance and Legal Services for the Elderly) to identify legal issues
and systemic solutions, and to leverage the efforts of the private bar in developing, negotiating,
and litigating those systemic cases. The position conducts in-depth legal research and policy
analysis to support MEJP’s legislative and advocacy efforts.
Maine Equal Justice is committed to building an inclusive workplace that values diversity and
inclusion and reflects the diversity of our communities. We strongly encourage people of color,
members of the LGBTQ community, and those with lived experience of poverty to apply. MEJ is
an Equal Opportunity Employer.
- Provides direct legal advice to clients, performs case intake, maintains individual case work records.
- Supervises, oversees, and supports the work of direct client assistance employees, including final review of closed cases.
- Identifies systemic issues, and designs and implements effective and strategic plans to address them.
- Stays current of the state of the law and procedures within areas of practice.
- Works with national back-up centers and legal services colleagues nationally to identify innovative legal approaches within MEJP’s priority areas of practice.
- Conducts legal research.
- Prepares and drafts legal documents, pleadings, motions, briefs and appeals.
- Representing clients and client groups in court, before administrative agencies, before legislative bodies, and in other appropriate forums.
- Collaborates with other staff for participating in or assisting in legislative and administrative advocacy, appropriate training; priority planning and implementation of the organization’s goals.
- Serves as a resource for other providers of services to our clients, including social service agencies, legal services organizations, the private bar, and others.
- Works with and assists other attorneys, to assure a high quality of legal representation to MEJ's clients.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Knowledge of the Code of Professional Responsibility and the Maine Bar Rules
- Knowledge of the State and Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the State and Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure.
- Knowledge of Class Action litigation requirements
- Ability to work cooperatively with Maine’s private bar, legal service providers, and government officials.
- Knowledge of various areas of poverty law, including health, welfare, food assistance.
- Ability to communicate clearly and concisely in writing, conversation, and public speaking.
- Comfort with and strong skills in technology and willingness to learn.
- Ability to work in rapid-pace environment.
- Ability to work sensitively with individuals/families with low income.
Minimum qualifications: JD degree from an accredited Law School. Member of state and federal bars in good standing. Experience litigating class action cases that is sufficient to meet Rule 23 requirements.
Member in good standing of state and federal bars
Special Requirements: Occasional statewide travel may be required. May attend national
Salary: 62-72K based on experience, with generous benefits package.
Submit a letter of interest and a resume addressed to Robyn Merrill, Executive Director, and emailed to email@example.com, or mailed to Maine Equal Justice Partners, 126 Sewall Street, Augusta, Maine 04330. (If submitting via email, the letter and resume must be sent as attachments [pdf’s preferred] links will not be opened.) Applications will be accepted until October 22, 2018. More information about Maine Equal Justice can be found on the website: www.mejp.org. We encourage people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, and those with lived experience of poverty to apply. Maine Equal Justice is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Case Management Data Specialist
Northwest Justice Project
The Northwest Justice Project (NJP) is Washington’s largest legal aid program, interacting with
more than 20,000 applicants and clients each year. NJP records data for case and client
tracking, grant compliance and reporting, and strategic development and assessment of
outcomes. NJP utilizes LegalServer, an online case management system (CMS), to store
information and documents relating to people, cases, and projects, including case outcomes
and advocate time keeping.
The Case Management Data Specialist will maintain and optimize the LegalServer CMS to best
meet executive, administrative, user, and client-related data needs for both internal
management needs, and various grants management and standardized reporting needs. The
Case Management Data Specialist will utilize and identify useful LegalServer functionalities,
develop dashboards, queries, and other methods to analyze, compile, and present CMS data in
readily understandable formats. The Specialist will conduct proactive and periodic review of
client/case data to ensure compliance with regulatory and funder requirements. The Specialist
will also work with advocacy staff using GIS software/methodologies to assess and forecast
client service needs, service delivery, and program efficiency. The Case Management Data
Specialist works with NJP advocate and non-legal staff and reports to the Operations Director.
The Case Management Data Specialist is principally responsible for maintaining and optimizing
NJP’s CMS, monitoring the integrity of the data, and assisting with data extraction, presentation
GENERAL JOB DUTIES:
- Manage, and assist with the evaluation and analysis of internal data, supplemented with external data as practicable, for use in planning, program development and assessment, resource development and other activities.
- Maintain and update LegalServer configuration for purposes of grant and programmatic requirements and implement and educate staff on changes to the system, as needed.
- Review regularly released, and currently unused, LegalServer enhancements, modules and features, to determine utility for NJP, in consultation with appropriate internal users, and evaluate impact on users.
- Assist management with development of policies and/or protocols for case management system use.
- Provide technical support, configuration, training and assistance to internal LegalServer users.
- Communicate with LegalServer developer, PSTI, to solve problems, prioritize issue management, and facilitate and support national LegalServer development and enhancement efforts
- Perform regular reviews of internal data integrity for internal and regulatory compliance with funding requirements.
- Develop, prepare and submit grant reports.
- Engage with national and statewide LegalServer stakeholder community.
As a social justice organization, NJP has made a commitment to fight racism and to incorporate
equity and inclusion in both the work we do and work environment we create. All staff are
expected to uphold this commitment and approach their role with a desire to learn and grow in
- High school diploma or equivalent required; four-year degree preferred *
- 3+ years’ experience of database or case management system experience*
- Ability to work independently in a diverse workplace and within a dynamic environment
- Computer proficiency in MS Office Suite, specifically Excel
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Prior experience in positions which demonstrated the ability to prioritize work, able to multi-task and handle multiple responsibilities
- Strong attention to detail, accuracy and presentation
- Excellent analytical and evaluative skills
- Strong interpersonal skills, flexibility and the ability to work effectively in high pressure environment in a mission-driven organization
- Ability to plan and execute training for users in all positions
- Experience using Case Management Systems in a legal aid or law firm environment preferred.
- Prior experience working with a legal services/aid organization, non-profit or government setting helpful.
*Combination of equivalent education, certifications and experience may substitute for each requirement
The Northwest Justice Project is especially interested in qualified candidates whose
professional, personal and/or service experience allow them to contribute to and support the
legal aid community’s commitment to race equity.
Based on experience and includes excellent benefits and great work environment.
Cover letter, resume, and writing sample should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cover letter and email subject line should clearly reference Case Management Data Specialist. Cover letter should include description of any past experience, personal or professional, with low income or other marginalized communities. Applications should be submitted as soon as possible, preferably no later than October 15, 2018; applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
NJP is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and fosters an environment free of barriers and discriminatory practices. NJP actively promotes mutual respect, acceptance, teamwork and productivity. NJP is committed to maintaining an organization whose staff, Board and clients are diverse in background, experience, race, color, national origin, gender, age, religious reference, marital status, sexual orientation, sensory, mental or physical abilities, veteran status, and other qualities that strengthen the program while reinforcing its commitment to basic fairness. People of color, people who identify as transgender, lesbian, gay, or bisexual, and those with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Individuals needing a reasonable accommodation for the application or interview process or for more information about the project should contact Karen Holland at (206) 707-0802.
Community Service Society of the new New York State looking for Health Counselors and an Administrative Specialist to serve in a new program.
Health Counselor: http://www.cssny.org/jobs/post/BehavioralHealthhealth-counselor
Admin Specialist: http://www.cssny.org/jobs/post/HealthprogramAdministrativeSpecialist
Pine Tree Legal Assistance seeks to contract with a designer or design team
They will design a standard search page template and icon library that can be used on legal aid websites like ptla.org and illinoislegalaid.org.
- Deliverables: Discovery, visual design, and documentation
- Timeline: Applications must be submitted by October 15, 2018
- Selection will be made by October 31, 2018
- Applicants must be prepared to start immediately upon selection
- Final design no later than December 15, 2018
- Budget: $5,000
Contact: Jack Haycock, Client-focused Technology Innovator, Pine Tree Legal Assistance, 115 Main St, 2nd Floor, Bangor ME 04401; email@example.com
Health Justice & Immigration Staff Attorney/Project Manager
New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI), a community-driven civil rights organization, seeks a Staff Attorney/Project Manager in its Health Justice Program to lead a signature NYLPI campaign providing immigration and health care representation to undocumented and uninsured immigrants with serious health conditions. The Staff Attorney/Project Manager will work to connect immigrants to State-funded Medicaid and will lead systemic policy and advocacy campaigns to increase health access for immigrant New Yorkers.
The Health Justice program brings a racial justice and immigrant rights focus to health care advocacy in New York City and State. In partnership with individuals and community-based organizations, we use a wide range of advocacy tools – including community organizing, coalition-building, individual representation, impact litigation, and legislative advocacy – to advance four broad goals: (1) challenge health disparities; (2) eliminate racial and ethnic discrimination and systemic and institutional barriers that limit access to healthcare; (3) promote immigrant and language access to healthcare; and (4) address the social determinants of health so that all New Yorkers can live a healthier lives..
About the role:
The Staff Attorney/Project Manager will lead NYLPI’s “UndocuCare” campaign. Responsibilities include: direct representation of undocumented and uninsured immigrants with serious health conditions; analyzing comprehensive health and immigration intakes completed by advocates and interns; performing outreach and public education and coordinating screening clinics where valuable; strategizing around representation, campaign goals, and structure and process; and developing systemic solutions informed by individual client work. The Attorney/Project Manager will participate in high-impact policy advocacy around access to healthcare for undocumented New Yorkers and will have a central role on the Coverage 4 All Steering Committee. The Staff Attorney/Project Manager will work both independently and in collaboration with other attorneys, community organizers, and communications and lobbying experts.
The UndocuCare campaign developed out of a great unmet need in New York City. Over the last five years, NYLPI’s team has become deeply knowledgeable about the intersection of immigration and health and has developed a practice taking on complex cases in a holistic manner. The team includes the Attorney/Project Manager, Bilingual Immigrant Health Advocate, legal and social work interns, and receives support from NYLPI’s other attorneys, advocates, and community organizers.
- Attorney in good standing and licensed to practice law in New York or eligible for admission to the New York bar at the time of hiring (must be admitted within one year of hire).
- At least three years of experience representing clients in affirmative immigration applications and petitions such as asylum, I-130 and I-485 petitions, U- and T- Nonimmigrant status, and deferred action required.
- Commitment to health care advocacy
- Excellent leadership skills, strategic judgment, entrepreneurial spirit, and the drive to originate and effectuate challenging campaigns.
- At least five years of experience with legal, policy and/or administrative advocacy.
- Exposure to health care systems and/or Medicaid a plus.
- Experience working with coalitions of community members and community-based organizations highly valued.
- Excellent writing, analytic and public speaking skills and ability to be flexible in approach and strategy.
- Proficiency in Spanish strongly preferred.
NYLPI offers a competitive salary and comprehensive employer-paid benefits, including health insurance, short- and long-term disability and life insurance, an outstanding retirement savings plan, and fifteen (15) days of vacation during the first year of employment.
Please send applications by October 19, 2018 to firstname.lastname@example.org with the words “Attention: Health Justice & Immigration Staff Attorney/Project Manager Position.” Applications will be considered on a rolling basis, and must include:
- detailed cover letter answering the following required question in your cover letter: How have your personal background or experiences, professional or otherwise, prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural competency and diversity?
- writing sample
- three references (including daytime telephone numbers)
We strongly encourage candidates fluent in multiple languages and candidates from historically oppressed groups to apply. We are committed to advancing social justice and civil rights in our advocacy, and we value the dynamism and perspective that staff diversity brings to the work and culture of the office. We strive to promote behaviors, attitudes and policies that enable us to work inclusively and effectively in cross-cultural situations with clients, co-workers, and community partners. We actively recruit and seek to grow and maintain a staff that is diverse along many axes, including but not limited to race, ethnicity, and national origin; disability; socioeconomic background; and sexual orientation and gender identity.
For more than 40 years, NYLPI has been a leading civil rights advocate for New Yorkers marginalized by race, immigration status, poverty, neighborhood pollution, and disabilities. NYLPI pioneered the practice of community lawyering in the five boroughs of New York City. These communities shape our priorities, and their struggles for justice demand innovative solutions. Our interdisciplinary teams of advocates use every tool available – community organizing, impact litigation and individual representation, policy advocacy, media, pro bono partnerships, and public education – to solve seemingly intractable problems, develop leaders, and build collective power to achieve justice. We strive to create equal access to health care, achieve equality of opportunity and self-determination for people with disabilities, ensure immigrant opportunity, strengthen local nonprofits, and secure environmental justice for low-income communities of color.
To learn more about NYLPI, visit www.nylpi.org.
The Legal Action Center is hiring three attorneys in our New York office:
· Staff Attorney – litigation and direct legal services, [new position];
· Staff Attorney – new health parity ombuds program for equitable access to substance use and mental health care, (new position); and
· Health Policy Attorney – policy advocacy for equitable access to substance use and mental health care, as well as work on health privacy rights issues.
The Legal Action Center (“LAC”) is a non-profit law and policy organization whose mission is to fight discrimination against people with substance use disorders, HIV/AIDS, or criminal records. LAC uses a multi-faceted approach, including impact litigation, legal services, and policy advocacy.
Descriptions of the positions and application details are available at https://lac.org/who-we-are/jobs/.
The Michigan Poverty Law Program (MPLP)
POSITION: The Michigan Poverty Law Program (MPLP) is seeking applicants for an office manager/training coordinator position.
DESCRIPTION OF PROGRAM: The Michigan Poverty Law Program (MPLP) is a statewide legal resource program located in Ann Arbor. MPLP provides state support services to local legal services programs and other poverty law advocates. Our goals are to support the advocacy of civil legal aid programs; to coordinate advocacy for low income individuals and families in Michigan; to assure that a full range of advocacy continues on behalf of the poor; and to lead policy and systemic advocacy efforts in Michigan on behalf of low income families and vulnerable populations. We work directly with local advocates by providing open access to case consultation, co-counseling, or referrals for current clients; and trainings. MPLP is part of the Committee on Regional Training (CORT). CORT is a four state training consortium that provides substantive law and skills trainings for legal services attorneys in Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and West Virginia.
RESPONSIBILITIES: This is a full time position as an office manager and a training coordinator. The office manager responsibilities are various administrative functions related to the general operation of the office, such as purchasing office equipment and supplies; maintaining office equipment; managing telephone system, mail, keeping track of bills, managing petty cash, library subscriptions, and helping with other administrative tasks. The training coordinator responsibilities include scheduling, coordinating and maintaining the master schedule of the MPLP and CORT training dates; arranging space and facilities, food, material preparation, and audio/visual services for each training. The training coordinator also develops on-line registration, answers routine inquiries about the training and schedules, prepares appropriate forms, correspondence, and records of course attendance, compiles evaluations for the trainings; prepares training reports and statistical summaries; posts training on MPLP and CORT websites, and updates websites; keeps track of training expenses and budget for each training, attends each training to assist with logistics, and handles other training related tasks.
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must be skilled in use of Microsoft programs (namely Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher), Google Drive, and be comfortable using technology generally. Applicants must possess excellent communication, analytical and problem-solving skills and can work both independently and as a part of a team. Applicants must have excellent attention to detail, great time management skills, and an ability to be flexible while working on multiple tasks at once. Applicants must have demonstrated interest in working with individuals in poverty. A Bachelor’s Degree or commensurate educational and professional experience is required.
BENEFITS: This is a full-time position with a salary starting at $35,000 based on years of relevant experience and includes excellent health, disability, and fringe benefits.
MPLP is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We encourage minorities, women and persons with disabilities to apply.
TO APPLY: send a resume and cover letter with “MPLP Office Manager/Training Coordinator” in the subject line to email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis so we encourage applicants to apply as soon as possible.
Posted – 2/13/2018
Poverty & Race Research Action Council
The Poverty & Race Research Action Council (PRRAC) is a non-profit civil rights law and policy organization based in Washington, D.C. PRRAC’s primary mission is to develop innovative approaches to structural inequality issues, and to connect advocates with social scientists working on race and poverty issues. In particular, we seek to address the causes and impacts of racial and economic segregation. In addition to national-level law and policy research and advocacy, we engage in local technical assistance and advocacy support in a number of areas throughout the country. At the present time, PRRAC’s work is focused in the areas of housing, education, and environmental health. PRRAC also staffs the National Coalition on School Diversity (NCSD).
We are currently seeking an innovative, enthusiastic, and committed communications Manager. The successful candidate will provide vision and leadership to PRRAC in developing and implementing the strategies, messages, and materials that promote PRRAC and NCSD as valuable systemic change agents and leading experts on issues related to housing and school integration policy and environmental justice. The Communications Manager will be responsible for a wide range of longterm and day-to-day traditional and digital media, narrative change, and outreach work.
This position is geared toward mid-level communications professionals, though dynamic junior candidates may also be considered. Applicants should be comfortable working independently and across teams, and providing initiative on communications strategies. The successful candidate will persuasively communicate the work of civil rights lawyers and researchers to a wide range of
audiences. He or she will also engage in strategic partnerships and collaborative campaigns with a range of advocacy partners and local, state, and federal policymakers and leaders.
This position is based in Washington, D.C. The Communications Manager will work closely with PRRAC’s staff and partner organizations. We are especially interested in candidates who are passionate about civil rights, who are strong writers and detail-oriented, and who think creatively and
Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):
• Translate policy, legal, and research documents into written resources for a broad variety of audiences.
• Draft and/or support staff in writing and placing articles, opinion pieces, presentations, blog posts, public statements, and multimedia materials that highlight our work.
• Manage and update website.
• Plan conferences and other events, in collaboration with PRRAC staff and partners.
• Develop and implement a comprehensive communications plan that promotes both organizations and their work across various media outlets, including television, radio, print, and the entire online realm (websites, blogs, and social media, etc.).
• Working across teams to manage rapid response and strategic communications during key advocacy moments and working collaboratively on long-term communications plans to strengthen our advocacy and coalition work. This will include overseeing the implementation of the communications plan in NCSD’s 2018 strategic plan.
• Develop and implement communications to a wide range of stakeholders and audiences, including national, state, and local media; funders; government officials; activists; advocates;
scholars; funders; and the general public.
• Provide messaging, media relations, outreach, and support for programs, publication releases, events, and other projects.
• Media work, including: respond to press inquiries; cultivate and maintain relationships with key media contacts covering targeted issue areas, to include broadcast and cable television producers; monitor the media landscape, news cycle, and editorial calendars to identify opportunities for promoting each organization and its network’s experts, research, and materials; and develop, manage, and grow media and publication distribution lists.
• Organize and conduct regular communications meetings with senior staff and other staff as needed.
• Ensure websites, newsletters, and social media accounts are a dynamic source of information that explain the work in an effective and compelling way (including prrac.org, school-diversity.org, and housingmobility.org).
• Manage and/or support the design, production, publication, and dissemination of print and online materials, including annual reports, newsletters, other institutional publications.
• Document PRRAC’s technical assistance work in selected communities, using narrative and multimedia approaches.
• Supervision of communications intern(s).
We are seeking candidates with the following characteristics and skills:
• Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
• Detail-oriented yet efficient, with high standards for work products. You set ambitious goals, and bring rigor and resourcefulness to your work and management.
• Experience with and commitment to working in partnership with low income
communities of color.
• Proficiency in website content development and management (ideally including
WordPress). Experience in video editing also preferred, but not required.
• Demonstrated ability to quickly gain fluency in new policy areas.
• Ability and desire to manage workflow across education and housing teams. You possess strong time management, organizational, and prioritization skills. You are motivated to develop and maintain organizational systems and infrastructure. You recognize, anticipate, and proactively respond to organizational needs.
• Systems thinker with a demonstrated commitment to racial justice. You possess the habits of an effective systems thinker, e.g. flexibility; appreciation of new, emerging insights; consideration of multiple perspectives. You are skilled at making meaningful connections between different issues and constituencies. Your commitment to racial justice is apparent.
• Strong interest in, and understanding of, the changing media landscape. You are
motivated to employ social media and digital strategies to inspire engagement and action.
• Excellent interpersonal skills. You are confident in your ability to build a strong set of relationships with relevant national, state, and local policy, advocacy, and organizing groups and professionals in the racial or social justice movement.
• Issue fluency in our core issues. You can demonstrate a commitment to and experience with civil rights. Experience with PRRAC’s core issues (housing and school integration policy and environmental justice) is preferred, but not required.
• Highly collegial. You value a respectful, collaborative small team environment.
Salary and Benefits: The salary for this position is competitive, with a range that depends on experience. We offer a generous benefits package, including individual health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, and a 403b plan.
How to Apply: Please send a resume, two writing samples, and cover letter expressing your interest in the position to Philip Tegeler (firstname.lastname@example.org) using the subject line of “Communications Manager.” Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled. No phone calls, please.