NCYL seeks a dynamic, strategic, Deputy Director of Program, Policy and Litigation, responsible for guiding the organization’s efforts on behalf of children and youth. This position will report to the Executive Director and be based out of either our Oakland or Washington D.C. office.
Root & Rebound seeks a creative fundraiser, constant-learner, strong writer and strategic project manager to lead a small, but mighty, Development Team out of our Oakland headquarters!
BayLegal seeks a family law attorney with a strong commitment to public interest and social justice advocacy to join our team. This position is based in our San Francisco office. As a member of BayLegal’s regional practice, there may be travel within BayLegal’s broader service areas to address the regional nature of poverty and as necessary for training and broader advocacy.
he Director of Pro Bono is responsible for managing all aspects of the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo’s Pro Bono Program which increases access to justice by utilizing the skills and expertise of pro bono volunteers. The Director is also responsible for developing and maintaining pro bono relationships, including the recruitment, coordination, training, supervision and stewardship of volunteers.
Worksafe is seeking an Executive Director to support our mission to prevent occupational injury, illness, and death by bringing justice to the workplace. Worksafe’s Executive Director is responsible for providing leadership and vision, directing daily operations, and furthering the long term goals of the organization.
The CCIJ Program Assistant will provide direct support to CCIJ leadership and CCIJ rapid response, as well as take the lead on CCIJ data collection and administration. The CCIJ Program Assistant has responsibility for several aspects of the CCIJ data collection and data entry, intake, and, referral processes and administrative duties as assigned by CCIJ leadership.
The Law Foundation of Silicon Valley is seeking a Staff Attorney for Mental Health Advocacy Project’s (MHAP) Patients’ Rights Unit. MHAP’s Patients’ Rights Unit protects the civil rights of mental health consumers in Santa Clara County through direct client representation, systemic advocacy, training, and education.