Current Job Openings

Communications Manager

seeks a creative Communications Manager with strong writing skills, media relations experience, and social marketing ability to join our fast-paced, dynamic public interest legal organization. The Communications Manager designs strategies for all aspects of external and internal communications to amplify the messages and project the priorities of the organization. The Manager is responsible for press, social media, website and community outreach; serves as the lead writer of organizational reports, press releases, outreach materials and other advisories/ collateral; and oversees the communications database and monitoring of traditional and social media. The Manager supervises staff and interns in the Communications Department as well as outside vendors and consultants, as needed.

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Advancement Officer – Individual Giving

Lawyers’ Committee seeks a fund development professional who is an excellent communicator, highly organized, and a self-starter to help our dynamic public interest law firm continue to advance and protect the rights of communities of color, immigrants, and low-income people.  The Advancement Officer must be familiar with CRM systems and have excellent project management, interpersonal and problem-solving skills. The Advancement Officer will develop and implement a comprehensive fund development strategy to advance our mission for justice and equality. The Advancement Officer occupying this position is primarily responsible for growing our individual donor engagement strategy and achieving fund development goals.  The Officer will drive all aspects of individual donor prospecting, cultivation, and stewardship, and work closely with the Executive Director, Board, and staff to develop and maintain new sources of private support.

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Immigrant Justice Attorney

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area seeks an Immigrant Justice Staff Attorney who will (1) direct the pro bono asylum program; (2) represent a number of clients in removal proceedings and some affirmative applications before USCIS; (3) identify, develop, and participate in immigrant justice policy advocacy or litigation priorities; and (4) collaborate with community organizations and other legal non-profits to ensure LCCR is working to best meet the needs in immigrant communities.

To read the full job description click here. Learn about our immigrant justice work here.