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NOTE: MLAC is not involved in the hiring at legal aid programs. Please follow the application instructions provided for each position.
Legal Aid Program and Related Openings
If you work for a legal aid program in Massachusetts and would like to post a job on behalf of your organization, please contact Catherine Rizos at email@example.com.
• Staff Attorney, Housing – Community Legal Aid, Worcester Office
• Staff Attorney, Immigration – Community Legal Aid
• Bilingual Receptionist/Office Assistant – Community Legal Services and Counseling Center
• Executive Director – Disability Law Center
• Long-Term Temporary Attorney, Immigration – Greater Boston Legal Services
• Long-Term Temporary Staff Attorney, Housing – Greater Boston Legal Services
• Managing Attorney – Elder, Health, & Disability Unit – Greater Boston Legal Services
• Staff Attorney, Immigration – Northeast Justice Center
• Paralegal – Northeast Legal Aid
• Staff Attorney, Housing – Northeast Legal Aid
• Paralegal – Prisoners’ Legal Services
• Staff Attorney – Hyannis Office – South Coastal Counties Legal Services
• Supervising Attorney, Immigration – South Coastal Counties Legal Services/Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts
• Temporary Secretary – South Coastal Counties Legal Services/Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts
Staff Attorney, Housing – Community Legal Aid, Worcester Office
Community Legal Aid, Inc. (CLA), the non-profit organization providing free civil legal services to low-income and elderly clients in central and western Massachusetts, seeks a housing attorney for its Worcester office. The attorney will represent tenants in eviction cases, assist tenants facing denials or terminations from public and subsidized housing programs, and handle other housing-related matters. The attorney will regularly participate in a Housing Court lawyer-for-the day program.
QUALIFICATIONS: Admission to Mass. Bar or eligible to sit for next Mass. Bar examination or entitlement to practice under a Mass. practice rule is required. Experience in landlord-tenant work strongly preferred as is fluency in Spanish. Demonstrated experience working with diverse communities, strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to work in a collaborative setting are important.
For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.
Staff Attorney, Immigration – Community Legal Aid
Central West Justice Center (CWJC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Community Legal Aid, seeks a full-time staff attorney to provide legal assistance in immigration law matters, including but not limited to VAWA petitions, U visas, SIJS petitions, and asylum cases. The attorney will be based in CWJC’s Worcester office. The attorney will engage in community outreach and will assist in the preparation of periodic grant reports.
QUALIFICATIONS: Admission to Mass. Bar, or eligible to sit for next Mass. Bar examination, or entitled to practice under a Mass. practice rule. Fluency or advanced proficiency in Spanish required. Prior experience in immigration law strongly preferred. Demonstrated experience working with diverse communities strongly preferred. Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work in a collaborative setting are important.
Please apply through using this link: https://communitylegal.isolvedhire.com/jobs/9229-9892.html
If unable to apply electronically, please submit cover letter and resume to Eileen Messier, HR Manager, Community Legal Aid, 405 Main Street, Worcester, Massachusetts 01608. EOE.
Posting Date: December 6, 2017
Bilingual Receptionist/Office Assistant – Community Legal Services and Counseling Center
Community Legal Services and Counseling Center (CLSACC) is a community based agency that provides free legal
aid and affordable mental health counseling for low-income people throughout the Greater Boston/Cambridge area.
Reception duties: Answer phones; screen callers for eligibility for the Center’s services; relay messages to staff and
volunteers; refer callers to other service providers and keep track of referrals; greet clients and other visitors; collect and record counseling client fees; prepare, file and retrieve counseling clients’ folders; keep files of administrative and counseling forms; schedule room use; maintain computerized client data base; compile data and prepare reports as requested; provide interpretation services when necessary.
Office duties: Order office supplies; keep supplies areas organized; oversee postal needs including purchasing of stamps, and opening and sorting incoming mail and processing outgoing mail; maintain business equipment (copier, fax, printer, etc.); keep reception area neat and organized; supervise and schedule evening reception staff; assist volunteers with office equipment; provide assistance to the Accountant and Administrative Coordinator, as requested, perform additional tasks for the smooth functioning of the office as needed.
-Bilingual in Spanish and English required. Additional language skills a plus.
-Experience as a receptionist, office manager, or work in a fast paced office environment. Ability to multi-task is essential.
-Must be available to open office at 9:00 a.m. daily.
-Experience and comfort with computers, especially data entry and Microsoft Word and Excel, and some knowledge of working in a SharePoint environment.
-Sensitivity to people experiencing emotional distress. Experience and comfort working with people with low incomes, from diverse backgrounds, and with limited English proficiency.
Start Date: Immediately
Hours: 8:50 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. – 35 hours per week
SALARY/BENEFITS: Salary DOE Excellent fringe benefit package, including health, life and short & long disability
insurance, four weeks paid vacation, 403(b), and Flexible Spending Plan.
TO APPLY: Please send resume and cover letter to: Debi Morrison, Community Legal Services And Counseling Center; One West Street; Cambridge, MA 02139. Fax: (617) 661-1011. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone inquires, please.
CLSACC is a Fair Employment Practices/Equal Employment Opportunity/disability accessible employer committed to maintaining a diverse workplace. Qualified candidates from diverse personal, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Executive Director – Disability Law Center
The Disability Law Center of Massachusetts (DLC) is seeking an Executive Director to lead this non-profit organization responsible for providing legally-based protection and advocacy services that advance the rights of individuals with disabilities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. DLC’s next Executive Director will continue to advance the high quality advocacy, legal representation and connection with the disability, civil rights and social justice communities in the state.
DLC’s mission is to provide legal advocacy on disability issues that promote the fundamental rights of all people with disabilities to participate fully and equally in the social and economic life of Massachusetts. In order to achieve this mission, DLC provides a range of services including information, referrals, technical assistance, trainings as well as individual representation and systemic advocacy regarding legal rights and services for people with disabilities.
About the Position
DLC’s next Executive Director comes at a time of great opportunity and challenges for the disability community in Massachusetts. The Executive Director will communicate DLC’s understanding of the challenges faced by the community, and expand DLC’s vision and ability to meet these challenges. More specifically, the Executive Director’s duties include policy and advocacy leadership to the disability community and for the staff, oversight of administrative, human resources and financial operations of the organization while building the public profile and funding base of the organization. The ideal candidate for this position combines a commitment to the mission of advancing the rights of people with disabilities and a dynamic, entrepreneurial leader who has strong non-profit management and fundraising experience.
Summary of Executive Director Responsibilities:
Articulate and implement a strategic vision and leadership for DLC
-Complete, articulate, and implement a strategic vision and leadership for DLC. Complete and implement a plan that sustains the organization, including identifying resources needed to accomplish the plan. Clearly communicate vision to internal and external stakeholders.
-Position DLC to meet the challenges of the disability community.
-Motivate and inspire staff to work collaboratively toward vision and goals.
-Expand DLC’s agenda for systemic change to advance the rights of persons with disabilities, leveraging policy opportunities, and effectively understanding and working within the political landscape.
-Assume a position of leadership for DLC within the disability, civil rights, social justice and other key stakeholder communities.
-Assist the Board of Directors in its development of knowledge and skills for its stewardship of the organization. Keep Board of Directors apprised of programmatic, resource, and employee relations matters and timely notify Board of any significant issues.
Management of the enterprise
-Deploy resources efficiently and effectively toward organizational goals, work with staff to balance workload and effort.
-Affirm sustainability and growth of DLC.
-Build the skills of key staff in the organization, so that they can mentor, encourage, and motivate staff. Provide regular feedback so that key staff can continuously improve their supervision and mentoring skills.
-Provide advice to key staff on personnel and resource allocation issues. Oversee performance management and professional development for staff.
-Create an inclusive and collaborative environment enabling the staff to provide accessible, equitable, and culturally competent services to clients with disabilities of all backgrounds
Maintain, increase and diversify funding resources and provide strong stewardship of financial resources
-Assure adequate resources are available now and in the future to accomplish the mission of DLC.
-Engage in long-term fiscal planning to provide for the fiscal stability of the organization.
-Develop annual budgets that reflect long-term fiscal goals.
-Create fundraising plans in concert with the Board of Directors. Develop and cultivate relationships with individual, corporate, and foundation donors. Conduct research on viable foundation funding opportunities and grant writing opportunities.
-Ensure that all reporting and compliance requirements are met for each funding source.
-Notify Board of Directors of fiscal status and highlight fiscal issues that may require the Board’s attention.
-Negotiate contracts on behalf of DLC, including external contracts as well as the collective bargaining agreement for unionized staff.
Raise the profile of DLC through external communications
-Serve as an active spokesperson for DLC through personal contact with media, finding opportunities to promote the policy agenda of DLC and increase public awareness of the DLC mission.
-Communicate the programs, policies, and purpose of the agency to public constituencies, government bodies (executive, legislative, judicial) and staff in a way which will motivate them to support organizational operations, goals, and objectives.
-Foster effective working relationships with other agencies involved in service to citizens with disabilities, and civil rights and social justice organizations.
-Passionate commitment to advancing the rights of persons with disabilities and to the mission of DLC.
-Demonstrated knowledge of disability and civil rights laws, issues, and history.
-Experience in leading and managing a complex organization including setting strategic vision, implementing business plans, managing personnel, overseeing finances and internal control systems, creating and implementing fundraising plans, fostering good relationships with external stakeholders.
-Outstanding oral and written communication skills, including the ability to motivate and inspire staff and funders.
-Demonstrated experience working with organizations and individuals with diverse perspectives, including staff, the public, elected and appointed officials, and consumers of service.
-Keen understanding of public policy issues and processes involving the rights of individuals with disabilities.
-Demonstrated ability and a desire to develop and expand the resources of DLC.
-Juris Doctor is strongly desired but will consider candidate with strong nonprofit or legal services management experience.
-Interest in and commitment to living and working in Massachusetts.
-Energy and enthusiasm for policy and advocacy work.
-Creativity in devising new strategies for managing the organization and growing the funding base.
-Integrity and fairness in working in a complex environment, particularly with respect to collective bargaining employees.
-Flexibility in dealing with staff issues, balancing the needs of the individual and the needs of the organization.
-Ability to listen well to a variety of perspectives, including board, staff, funders and outside stakeholders.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Interested candidates should submit a letter expressing, in detail, your interest in the position of Executive Director of the Disability Law Center and your experience that you believe can demonstrate your ability to contribute to the future of DLC and its client community. The letter should be accompanied by a current resume and names and contact information for three references.
Electronic submissions are preferred. Materials should be emailed to email@example.com in Microsoft Word format. Mailed and faxed submissions will be accepted.
DLC offers a competitive salary and benefits package. DLC is an equal opportunity employer. DLC encourages candidates with disabilities, women, persons of color and others who represent distinct linguistic or cultural communities to apply.
About the Disability Law Center:
The Disability Law Center (DLC) is the Protection and Advocacy agency for Massachusetts and a member of the National Disability Rights Network. DLC is a private, non-profit organization responsible for providing protection and advocacy for the rights of Massachusetts residents with disabilities. DLC receives federal, state, and private funding but is not part of the state or federal government.
Please view the DLC website for additional information about the organization, its priorities, and a list of employment benefits.
Long Term Temporary Attorney, Immigration Unit – Greater Boston Legal Services
Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS) seeks a long term temp staff attorney for a period of eight months. The attorney will work in the Immigrant Unit and will represent clients in a variety of immigration matters including removal defense, defensive and affirmative asylum claims, special immigrant juvenile status petitions, VAWA self-petitions, “U” and “T” visas, and other immigration matters before the USCIS and EOIR.
Qualifications: GBLS is looking for an attorney with no more than 5 years of experience in immigration law, including asylum; experience working with immigrant clients from a wide range of cultures and backgrounds, strong writing and oral advocacy skills, and strong administrative skills. Proficiency in Spanish is strongly preferred.
GBLS is an AA/EO/Handicapped-accessible employer, committed to diversity in the workforce and regards differences as assets. Candidates should submit letter of interest and resume to: Sonia Marquez, Director of Human Resources, at Greater Boston Legal Services, via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org Please refer to Job Code: Imm-Att when applying for this position. Applications deadline: October 15, 2017 or until the position is filled.
Long Term Temporary Staff Attorney, Housing Unit – Greater Boston Legal Services
Greater Boston Legal Services has an opening for a long term temporary staff attorney for 1 year to work in the Housing Unit, focusing on enforcing and expanding the rights of homeless families to shelter. Homelessness places unbearable stress on some of the most vulnerable families in our community, many of whom include individuals with disabilities. This position will involve individual cases challenging denial or termination of shelter or seeking accommodation of disability-related needs or other rights, as well as participation in ongoing class action litigation and other law reform efforts. The attorney, working as part of the GBLS Shelter team, will use individual cases to promote systemic change. While shelter work will be the primary focus, the attorney also may represent tenants in eviction cases where the family would not be eligible for shelter if evicted, homeless families seeking permanent affordable housing, and families denied or facing loss of housing subsidies, as needed.
The position involves responsibility for client cases including interviews, factual investigation, research and analysis of law, development of written and oral legal arguments, negotiation with agency officials and staff, preparation for and handling of administrative, and court hearings. The position may also include legislative advocacy, policy advocacy, and supervising student and volunteer interns.
Qualifications: One to five years of experience; Experience in housing law, family shelter, litigation and/or negotiation experience preferred. Proficiency in Spanish, Haitian Creole or another language spoken by GBLS’ clients is preferred.
GBLS is an AA/EO/Handicapped accessible employer committed to diversity in the workforce and regards differences as assets. Salary is based on union scale. Generous benefits package, including 100% paid health and dental for full-time employees and student loan repayment assistance plan for eligible attorneys. Candidates should submit resumes and a brief writing sample to Sonia Marquez, Director of Human Resources via email at email@example.com Please refer to job code: HU-LTTATT when applying for this position. Deadline is October 18, 2017 or until position is filled.
Managing Attorney – Elder, Health & Disability Unit – Greater Boston Legal Services
Greater Boston Legal Services (GBLS) seeks a Managing Attorney to oversee the work of the Elder, Health and Disability Unit. The Unit represents elders, people with disabilities and families to ensure that they have income, health care and services needed to live independently in the community. The unit’s work promotes affordable housing for seniors, access to quality health care for all, and access to SSI income for children and adults. Our special projects include: Medicare Advocacy Project, Elder Abuse Prevention Project, Children’s Disability Project, and School to Prison Pipeline Intervention Project. The unit’s work includes keeping people out of institutions and to improve the quality of life for those who live in institutions. We empower people to make decisions about their lives and support people with disabilities in their fight for accessibility.
GBLS seeks a manager with strong leadership skills and the demonstrated ability to effectively supervise a large diverse unit. The manager will also carry an active caseload. The manager will be responsible for ensuring that reporting requirements on all of the unit’s grants are met and assisting in obtaining new grants. The manager must provide and encourage leadership in the substantive legal work, impact litigation, and legislative and administrative advocacy; maintain relationships with community groups, and oversee community education activities; and will participate in the GBLS leadership team and the management group on program wide policy issues.
Qualifications should include: over 5 years of legal services or similar advocacy experience; strong and demonstrated commitment to poverty issues, experience litigating complex cases; experience representing clients at all administrative appeal levels and in federal court in either Social Security or Medicare cases; experience in systemic legislative and administrative advocacy; the ability to mentor, supervise and co-counsel effectively and in a collaborative manner that provides opportunities for growth and professional development. Prior management, supervision or administrative experience is required.
Interested candidates should submit a resume with a cover letter describing qualifications for the job including legal work and/or experience in related area to: Sonia Marquez, Director of Human Resources, at Greater Boston Legal Services, 197 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02114 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Please refer to Job Code: EHD-MA. Deadline for application is December 18, 2017 or until position is filled.
Staff Attorney, Immigration – Northeast Justice Center
Northeast Legal Aid’s subsidiary, the Northeast Justice Center, seeks a staff attorney to handle immigration cases. Candidate must be bilingual (English-Spanish). Please send a cover letter, resume and two references to email@example.com. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Paralegal – Northeast Legal Aid
Northeast Legal aid seeks a paralegal to perform outreach work on housing issues with the Cambodian-American communities in Lowell and Lynn. Fluency in Khmer is essential. Please send a resume, two references and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. NLA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Staff Attorney, Housing Unit – Northeast Legal Aid
Northeast Legal Aid (NLA), with offices in Lynn, Lawrence and Lowell, MA, provides free legal aid to indigent and to elderly clients. NLA seeks a staff attorney for its Housing Unit. Fluency in Spanish is helpful. Please send a cover letter, resume and two references to email@example.com. NLA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Paralegal – Prisoners’ Legal Services
Prisoners Legal Services (PLS) is seeking an outstanding part time paralegal to concentrate on working to combat staff-on-prisoner assault in Massachusetts jails and prisons. This position will work through PLS’ excessive force projects to deter staff-on-prisoner assaults, advocate for impacted prisoners, support PLS’ efforts to provide legal services to these prisoners and increase community awareness of this problem. The paralegal will meet with injured prisoners, usually within 72 hours of report, to interview and photograph injuries, collect documents and give legal advice about the clients’ rights. After the prison visit, this position will conduct follow-up advocacy, primarily regarding preservation of evidence and any unmet medical needs from the assault. In those cases that meet the criteria to be considered for litigation, the paralegal will also investigate the prisoners’ claims by gathering records generated by the prison or jail in relation to the incident, as well as conducting witness interviews. With supervision, the paralegal and other PLS staff will evaluate completed investigations to determine whether there is sufficient proof to merit litigation. Meritorious cases are litigated, when resources allow, by PLS attorneys or, if possible, are referred to private attorneys. This position is three-fifths time and will share responsibilities with another paralegal, who is two-fifths time. Both project paralegals are supervised by a senior PLS staff member.
Must be comfortable having frequent contact with prisoner clients through visits, telephone and letter, and advocating for their needs. (Spanish speakers are strongly encouraged to apply).
-Excellent organizational, administrative, writing and communication skills are required.
-Travel to Massachusetts prisons and jails is required. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and regular access to a car.
-Ability to work cooperatively with a team is required.
-Ability to speak and write in Spanish strongly preferred.
-Bicultural, bilingual candidates and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
-Experience working with and advocating for marginalized populations preferred.
-Attention to detail required.
-Applicants will be asked to demonstrate professional writing skills by drafting a letter at the time of the interview.
Benefits and Salary
PLS offers salary competitive with the legal services field and commensurate with experience. PLS provides a comprehensive benefits package, including family medical and dental coverage which are pro-rated for this part-time position. Flex time or other alternative arrangements considered. PLS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How to Apply
Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter and three professional references to Al Troisi at firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls or mail inquiries please.
Staff Attorney, Hyannis Office – South Coastal Counties Legal Services
South Coastal Counties Legal Services (SCCLS), a non-profit legal services program providing free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income and elderly clients in Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands, seeks to hire a full time staff attorney, admitted to practice or eligible for admission in Massachusetts, to work from its Hyannis office. The attorney will work primarily in the areas of housing and public benefits, and as otherwise directed by the Executive Director and Hyannis Managing Attorney. Staff attorneys must work as directed on particular grants; cooperate and assist with the timely preparation of grant reports; and engage in outreach and community education. The attorney will manage a substantial caseload of individual cases, along with special projects, and engage in impact advocacy. Experience is preferred. Fluency in a second language such as Spanish, Portuguese, Cape Verdean Creole, or Haitian Creole also preferred. The position will be open until filled. For full consideration please apply by December 22, 2017.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to: JMarcotte@SCCLS.org Subject Line: SCCLS Hyannis Office Attorney
South Coastal Counties Legal Services and its subsidiary, the Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts are Equal Opportunity Employers.
Supervising Attorney, Immigration – South Coastal Counties Legal Services/Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts
South Coastal Counties Legal Services, Inc. (SCCLS) and its subsidiary, the Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts, (Justice Center), the primary provider of free civil legal aid to low income residents of Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod & the Islands, seeks a Supervising Attorney-Immigration. Position will be located in Brockton.
Our organization seeks an experienced attorney to coordinate and supervise the advocacy of our five attorney Immigration staff. Reporting to the Program Manager of the Justice Center, the Supervising Attorney will work with the organization’s leadership team, a talented advocacy staff, an engaged statewide advocacy community to strategically provide critical legal services to the immigrant community of the region. The Supervising Attorney will have an excellent opportunity to contribute to the strategic growth of the organization and its advocacy and to creatively address the problems facing the region’s immigrant communities.
Duties and Responsibilities
Working with the Program Manager, the Supervising Attorney will:
-Maintain a small and strategic caseload.
-Carry out an articulated strategic advocacy vision for the delivery of services to our immigrant community.
-Effectively engage with the organization’s leadership team, advocacy staff, community groups and organizations, and the statewide justice community to develop and manage strategic initiatives, community needs assessments, and to respond to emerging trends and changing policies affecting the immigrant community.
-Develop and promote systems for providing effective systemic litigation, appellate work, and policy advocacy.
-Develop, support, and oversee the litigation, appellate work, and policy advocacy of immigration staff.
-Develop and promote training programs to enhance staff skills with respect to: litigation, appellate advocacy, policy advocacy, communications strategies, and substantive issues affecting the immigrant communities in the region.
-Assist in developing/revising standards of practice for the immigration staff and ensure adherence to program and case handling standards, funder requirements and the highest professional standards using regular case review and other techniques in conjunction with the Program Manager.
-Ensure advocacy staff is actively engaged with other program advocates, local community groups and organizations, and the statewide advocacy community to address legal issues confronting our diverse and low income communities.
-Effectively mentor and act as a resource to immigration staff regarding their advocacy efforts.
-Support the Program Manager with case assignments as needed.
-Assist the Program Manager with Staff Work Plans, Evaluations, and other management responsibilities including but not limited to providing the Program Manager or Executive Director with all relevant information about program operations and the consequences of possible courses of action to be taken.
-The Supervising Attorney will be obligated to recommend discipline when she/he becomes aware of actions that may warrant same as determined by the Collective Bargaining Agreement, and support the Program Manager with any discipline imposed.
-Work with appropriate staff to pursue new funding opportunities, prepare grant applications and reports, and monitor compliance.
-Other responsibilities as assigned by the Program Manager or Executive Director.
Qualifications and Experience
-Admitted to practice in Massachusetts, or able to seek admission.
-Five to seven years of experience as a practicing attorney and a substantive expertise in immigration law issues.
-Significant experience with advocacy in a variety of forums including federal, state, and appellate courts, administrative agencies, and/or legislative bodies.
-Strong leadership and mentoring skills and a leadership style that inspires and encourages professional growth in others.
-Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
-Demonstrated creativity in identifying and pursuing legal issues on behalf the immigrant community.
-Experience working with community groups, organizations, and advocacy groups and utilizing communications strategies to address issues affecting immigrants and their communities.
-Demonstrated ability to identify and respond to emerging issues and changing policies affecting immigrants.
-Fluency in Portuguese, Spanish, Cape Verdean Creole, Arabic or Haitian Creole desirable.
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. To receive full consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply no later than December 31, 2017. Please submit a letter expressing your qualifications and interest in the position.
Include a resume, writing sample, and contact information for three references.
Our goal is to make a final decision by January 19, 2018. Materials and any questions should be submitted to Jeanne Marcotte at JMarcotte@SCCLS.org Subject Line: Supervising Attorney Immigration.
The salary for the position is based on a competitive public interest salary scale. Benefits include medical, dental, long and short term disability, life insurance, loan repayment, bilingual stipend, a 403b retirement plan, and generous leave.
SCCLS is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to building a culturally diverse workplace and strongly encourage women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, persons with disabilities, and persons from other underrepresented groups to apply. If assistance is needed to participate in the pre-employment process, please inform SCCLS.
Temporary Secretary – South Coastal Counties Legal Services
South Coastal Counties Legal Services (SCCLS), a non-profit legal services program providing free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income and elderly clients in Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and the Islands, seeks to hire a full time temporary Secretary, to work from its Justice Center located in Brockton for one year. The person selected will need to be able to meet clients and others who come to the office, learn to work in our law office case management system, answer phones, support the work of multiple attorneys, and as otherwise directed by the Program Manager of the Justice Center. Non-profit experience is preferred. Fluency in a second language such as Spanish, Portuguese, Cape Verdean Creole, or Haitian Creole also preferred. The position will be open until filled. For full consideration please apply by January 31, 2018.
To apply, send resume and cover letter to: email@example.com
Subject Line: Temporary Secretary JCSM
South Coastal Counties Legal Services and its subsidiary, the Justice Center of Southeast Massachusetts are Equal Opportunity Employers.