Three positions are currently open. Click each listing below for full details & application instructions:

The Program Coordinator will be mainly responsible for coordinating the Improving Language Access in the Courts project which includes working with senior staff and national partners to develop trainings designed for the judiciary to respond to the needs of victims/survivors with limited English proficiency (LEP); the development of translation guidance protocols for court documents/materials; and the development of an iconography resource guide for courthouses. These deliverables require close collaboration with the National Center for State Courts and the Center for Court Innovation for the above deliverables and liaising with the Office on Violence Against Women to comply with federal grant protocols, including report-writing and data collection. The Program Coordinator will manage training and technical assistance designed for programs serving LEP victims, courts, law enforcement, attorneys, advocates and government agencies. The Program Coordinator will also be responsible for coordinating and assisting with aspects of the Interpretation Technical Assistance & Resource Center; and to that end, working closely with the Senior Program Manager. Our preference is for this position to be based in our Oakland (or Seattle) office

The Enhancing Access to Services: Training & Technical Assistance program will build the capacity of ten service programs to provide language access for LEP / Deaf / Hard of Hearing victims affected by crimes that include, but are not limited to, domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking, identity theft, robbery, and caregiver abuse. This project has a large collaborative component with two other national technical assistance providers – the Vera Institute of Justice and the Casa De Esperanza/ the National Latin@ Network. The Senior Program Associate will be responsible for designing and implementing training and technical assistance for all 10 sites to ensure implementation of their program goals; coordinating with national partners and the Office on Victims of Crime; developing a web-based resource-hub, and identifying and highlighting promising, evidence-informed practices that emerge from the project and have an impact on the field. Our preference is for this position to be based in our Oakland (or Seattle) office.

The Director of Finance and Administration (DFA) provides leadership, direction, and day-to-day management of key functions including: finance, accounting, human resources, facilities, technology and general business operations; and assumes responsibility for the organization in the absence of the Executive Director. As a member of the senior management team, and working closely with the Executive Director, the DFA formulates and implements policies, practices and plans to meet the organization’s short- and long-term objectives. Our ideal candidate is knowledgeable about federal grants (which comprise most of our budget), experienced in non-profit management, has strong analytic and interpersonal skills, and applies their financial and operations expertise to build and maintain efficient and effective systems to support organizational development and growth. There are two options for this position. Ideally, a candidate will take on the full range of financial, HR and operations functions described, in a full time capacity. However, the financial responsibilities of the position are a top priority for the organization, so a 60% FTE position, focused on finance, is an option as well. This position is based in our Oakland office.