Human Resources Manager

This position uses best practices in a variety of operational and human resources work. The HR Manager will collaborate across DRC to foster a safe and nourishing work environment for all employees. They use their systems thinking to identify opportunities to simplify and streamline HR processes for the benefit of all employees including HR and our administrative partners. They are possibility thinkers who are committed to evolving HR to increase our value to employees and the organization while maintaining compliance with local, state, and federal regulations. Day to day responsibilities include, but are not limited to employee relations, performance management, reasonable accommodations, and overseeing the day-to-day HR operations.

Legal Support 1- Housing Stability Project

The Legal Support 1 enhances the effectiveness of legal advocacy staff by providing administrative and legal secretarial support and technical tasks. This position will directly support the HSP leadership team and collaborate with other Support positions to assist with day-to-day running of the team. This position will be responsible for a high-volume organization in a fast-paced environment. The Project is staffed by two Supervising Attorneys, four Staff Attorneys, three Advocates, the Social Services Manager, and three Social Workers.

Legal Support 1 or 2- Youth Practice Group

Acts as legal and administrative support to enhance the effectiveness of the legal/advocacy staff by providing legal secretarial support and information management support. Disability Rights California will provide ongoing training opportunities for this position. We are seeking candidates who are committed to equity, inclusion, and justice across multiple differences, including race, ethnicity, disability, gender identity, orientation, and language.

Director – Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access (DEIA)

Assess, develop, lead, monitor, evaluate and help implement an organization-wide diversity, equity, inclusion, and access (DEIA) strategy that aligns with our vision, mission, and values in collaboration with the Leadership Team, DEIA Committee, Employee Engagement Committee, and other employee stakeholders.

Staff Attorney- California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform

The staff attorney is part of CANHR’s team of attorneys and advocates who provide direct client service and craft statewide consumer protection policies to improve long-term care. The staff attorney will assist consumers in navigating the justice system and connections to resources they need to achieve remedies when injured or neglected, or where there has been financial abuse.

Aging and Disability Advocate- California Advocates for Nursing Home Reform

The Aging and Disability Advocate provides counseling and advocacy services to older adults, individuals with disabilities and caregivers, on Medi-Cal, Home and Community Based Services and long term care resident rights. The Advocate educates and empowers older and dependent adults who reside in long term care facilities, or who are seeking long term care services in the community.


CCLS seeks a full-time paralegal to work with the Homelessness Prevention Project. The ideal candidate will have experience with project management, working on a team, implementing outreach efforts, exceptional organizational and interpersonal skills. The Homelessness Prevention Project Paralegal will assist the Managing Attorney in team coordination and implementation of the Project.