Current Job Openings
Lawyers’ Committee is seeking a creative and resourceful lawyer with proven litigation and other civil rights advocacy experience to become its next Legal Director. In collaboration with the Executive Director, the Legal Director will advance and expand the organization’s dynamic legal programs for civil rights, particularly in the areas of racial justice, economic empowerment, and immigrant and refugee rights. The Director will initiate, lead and supervise litigation, policy initiatives and other strategies consistent with the organization’s mission and programs. The Director is responsible for managing and directing the legal program staff of the organization. In addition, as a member of the management team, the Legal Director will provide leadership in cultivating a wide variety of strategic relationships and serve as an active partner in organizational development. Read more here.
The Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area seeks a Communications and Fund Development Associate/Assistant with strong technical skills including WordPress CMS, CRM Management (specifically Salesforce), exemplary written and oral communication skills, and keen dexterity with all social media platforms, with a finger on the pulse of emerging technologies, to join our fast-paced, dynamic public interest legal organization. This opportunity is open to all applicants with the desired skills/qualifications to meet the demands of the position. Read more here.
The Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area seeks a part-time Administrative Assistant with strong administrative support skills, outstanding written and oral communication skills, solid organization and prioritization skills, confidential and efficient work ethic, to join our fast-paced, dynamic public interest legal organization. The Administrative Assistant must be bi-lingual, fluent in speaking, reading, and writing English and Spanish, be proficient in Microsoft Office and have excellent interpersonal skills. Read more here.