The Director of Pro Bono will work in collaboration with the Executive Director, the management team, staff, and the Board of Directors to develop and implement the strategic vision and plan to strengthen and expand pro bono support from lawyers, non-lawyers, private law firms, corporations, and other partners
The Chief Operating Officer (COO) works closely with the Executive Director to manage LCCR’s finance and administrative needs in support of the organization’s mission and strategies. This is a systems-oriented, high level leadership position.
The housing rights fellow will receive training in housing law and litigation and will represent tenants facing eviction, pursue affirmativelitigation to improve housing conditions and prevent displacement, and provide advice and education to tenants abouttheir rights.
The attorney will represent tenants facing eviction,pursue affirmative litigation to improve housing conditions and prevent displacement, and provide advice and educationto tenants about their rights.
Root & Rebound seeks a driven, experienced, and entrepreneurial Director of Development to join our senior management team. Reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with senior leadership and support staff, the ideal candidate will outline a clear vision for the Development Department’s team that includes fundraising goals, execution strategies, and people management practices. The Director of Development will cultivate foundation and corporate donor relationships, support the Executive Director to build and maintain individual donor relationships, manage and improve the grant writing and reporting process, and spearhead the annual benefit and other fundraising events.
The In-Prison Programs Coordinator will help develop, facilitate, and enhance R&R’s in-prison reentry legal programs and reentry services for people in California state prisons and jails preparing to return home, and support all of R&R’s incarcerated clients create reentry plans that include concrete services and warm connections for housing, health, food and nutrition, family and children, community and social connections, financial wellness, employment and job readiness, mental health, recovery support, and other social services
The In-Prison Programs Attorney will develop, facilitate, and enhance R&R’s reentry legal education and reentry services for people in CA state prisons and jails preparing to return home–mitigating the issues that thousands of people face each year when released, through early and impactful support. The In-Prison Programs Attorney will be responsible for managing in-prison programming in two CA prisons (one for men where R&R has existing programs and one for women where the organization is expanding).