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Organization TypePublic Interest
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ProfileProject Director-Survivor and Family Empowerment The candidate will provide free family law and immigration services with a focus on assisting Asian immigrant domestic violence survivors who are low-income and limited English proficient. Lead a diverse team that currently has three attorneys and one paralegal. In addition to supervising staff, grant administration and providing development support, create a vision and a plan for the future of the domestic violence work at the agency. Work closely with other relevant teams and staff (e.g., Immigration Project, Citizenship Project and the Asian Language Legal Intake Project, etc.). Directly supervise and support agency staff, including attorneys, legal assistants, interns and volunteers. Coordinate recruitment and hiring of student volunteers. Manage current funding, including tracking progress of deliverables and drafting reports. Work with the development team on exploring and applying for new grant opportunities to sustain and grow the domestic violence work. Assess agency's current domestic violence work, and develop a vision and plan for the future. Manage On-going direct client work as needed. 6+ years of immigration and/or family law experience and active membership in the California Bar required. Demonstrated: knowledge and experience in the field of domestic violence; history of working with low-income, immigrant communities; supervisory and mentorship skills and capability; program or project management skills, including strong organizational and time management skills required. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal required. Bilingual ability in at least one Asian language is preferred.
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