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A career with CRLA is both inspiring and enriching. You have the opportunity to work towards positive social change by helping low-income individuals achieve justice. On this page you will find current CRLA job openings and application instructions.

*CRLA is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates are chosen solely on merit without discrimination because of age, race, sex, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, and mental or physical disability.*

Staff Attorney - TJP Mobilehome (Remote)

Reporting to the Tenant Justice Project Mobilehome Team Supervising Litigation Attorney, the Staff Attorney provides comprehensive legal services to eligible clients in the Mobilehome Team’s priority areas in accordance with CRLA program guidelines, the ABA Standards for Providers of Civil Legal Services, and the Code of Professional Responsibility.

Supervising Attorney (TJP Hotline)

Reporting to the Tenant Justice Project Supervising Litigation Attorney, the Supervising Attorney will assist in management of the TJP tenant’s rights hotline, including supervision of community workers, in conjunction with the TJP Program Coordinator. The Supervising Attorney will maintain a caseload and provide comprehensive legal services to eligible clients according to TJP priorities. The Supervising Attorney will also take a leading role in recruiting, onboarding, and supervising TJP interns and volunteers, as well as in developing and updating KYR materials and packets.

Supervising Attorney (Shriver Project)

Reporting to the Tenant Justice Project Supervising Litigation Attorney, the Supervising Attorney will lead the Shriver Project team, including supervision of community workers, in conjunction with the Shriver Project Program Coordinator. The Supervising Attorney will provide comprehensive legal services to eligible clients under the Shriver Project guidelines.

Staff Attorney - Rural Justice Unit

Reporting to the Directing Attorney, the Staff Attorney provides comprehensive legal services to eligible clients in CRLA priority areas in accordance with CRLA program guidelines, the ABA Standards for Providers of Civil Legal Services, and the Code of Professional Responsibility.

Legal Secretary - TJP

The Legal Secretary (LS) manages communications, correspondence, typing legal documents, filing, travel, calendar, and general organizational matters within the Tenant Justice Project. Also responsible for managing legal expenditures; minimal coordination of litigation with outside counsel; maintaining/organizing records of litigated and transaction matters; and vendor, supplier, and other office contracts.

Community Worker - AWP

Reporting to the Directing Attorney, the Community Worker will be responsible for performing initial client screenings and interviews, representing clients under attorney supervision, and leading community outreach and education efforts.

Program Coordinator - Rural Justice Unit

The Rural Justice Unit Program Coordinator supports the Programs state-wide advocacy efforts. The Program Coordinator reports to the Regional Director of Advocacy. The Coordinator manages the programs administrative operations, including office management, supervision of a team of administrative professionals, monitoring and tracking of Program outcomes and grant obligations, and similar activities to support CRLAs state-wide Rural Justice Unit (RJU) advocacy efforts.

Staff Attorney - CEI

The CEI Staff Attorney will work with theLegal Program Director and staff to develop and implement creative advocacy strategies to address community-identified environmental justice issues in the Fresno region. Primary responsibilities include legal advocacy/litigation support, factual research, community outreach and education, community leadership development, and analysis of pending policies.

Community Worker - CEI

The CEI Community Worker will be partnered with the local CEI Staff Attorney to implement and evolve creative advocacy strategies to address community-identified environmental justice issues in the unincorporated communities in Stanislaus and Merced Counties. Primary responsibilities includeconducting community outreach and education, community leadership development, and developing and implementing advocacy strategies to improve infrastructure, services, and investment in disadvantaged unincorporated communities.

Community Worker - Rural Justice Unit

The Rural Justice Unit team seeks a Community Worker who will work with the team to provide legal support to San Joaquin County adults age 60 and over towards remaining independent in their homes and communities. With the goal to protect and advance the rights of San Joaquin County’s seniors and adults with removing barriers impacting self-sufficiency, independence, and economic well-being. The team will primarily focus on housing preservation, public benefits, and healthcare advocacy. Funding for this position is through December 31, 2024, with the expectation that continued funding will be awarded.

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