What can YOU do about homelessness in the Central Valley? If you love community engagement, program design and empowering seniors with education and knowledge – join our team!
The Senior Advocacy Network-Senior Law Project is a local, 501(c)(3) State Bar funded Legal Aid serving seniors in Stanislaus since 2011. Increased inflation, rents, healthcare costs and mortgage rates have caused seniors living on fixed incomes to being priced out of their own homes. By educating these older adults about their rights as tenants and homeowners, we believe we can help preserve stable housing for seniors.
SAN is looking to welcome a full-time project lead to manage our latest program: Legal on the Move – Housing Education and Mobile Legal Clinics. This person will work alongside our legal team to organize educational presentations and pop-up legal clinics in the rural communities of Stanislaus and Merced Counties.
- Experience with program design including developing protocols, partner organization engagement and creating intake documents
- Enthusiasm for outreach and marketing; capable of developing and distributing promotional material
- Meticulous organizational skills to be able to schedule events many months in advance and assure appropriate staffing
- Flexible and creative problem-solving abilities
- Computer/database proficient and comfort in managing a project-specific database, client follow up and reporting on grant requirements
- Quick and independent learner; someone who enjoys teamwork but also can effectively self-direct
- Passion for working with seniors!
- Spanish-speaking is a major plus
We offer paid vacation, sick leave and medical benefits and participates with student loan debt repayment programs. Salary: $23 to $26 per hour based on experience.
Interested persons should respond to this e-mail with your resume and cover letter indicating why you would like to work for SAN.
The Senior Advocacy Network is an equal opportunity employer to all, regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation