Project Coordinator, Lawyers Preventing and Ending Homelessness Project
- Job posted by Inner City Law Center
1309 E. 7th Street
Inner City Law Center (ICLC) is a nonprofit law firm on Skid Row. Founded on the fundamental principle that every person should always be treated with dignity and respect, ICLC fights for justice for low-income tenants, working-poor families, people who are disabled or homeless, people living with HIV/AIDS, and homeless veterans. Inner City Law Center is doubling in size and we are looking for extraordinary people to help end homelessness in Los Angeles. Over the next six months, we will add 40 talented lawyers, paralegals, and other staff to our team so that we can serve far more people.
Position Description: ICLC seeks a talented Project Coordinator to provide support for an exciting new project that will create and implement best practices in ending and preventing homelessness. ICLC is leading a collaboration of seven legal services organizations that are partnering with traditional homeless services providers within L.A. County’s Coordinated Entry System.
The Project Coordinator will be a key team member and will help the team coordinate its overall work. Specific job responsibilities will include maintaining a database of information pertaining to the Project’s cases and the outcomes the Project achieves; setting up and preparing for trainings; coordinating team schedules and meetings; drafting reports to document the team’s work; communicating with our partner agencies; and developing systems to track other aspects of the team’s work. The Project Coordinator will work directly with the Project’s Directing Attorney and assist him with other specific duties to be developed as the needs of the team expand. As this is a new project, the Project Coordinator will be expected and encouraged to help the team develop and improve its systems for carrying out its work in a more efficient and effective manner.
Hiring Criteria: Commitment to ICLC’s mission and values. Ability to communicate diplomatically, clearly and effectively both orally and in writing. Outstanding attention to detail and highly organized. Strong computer and data-entry skills, including internet, Outlook, Word and Excel. Demonstrated ability to organize large amounts of data, and to establish schedules and performance indicators. Ability to work well with all levels of personnel. Innovative and solution-oriented with experience developing and implementing systems. Self-motivated, with ability to assume responsibility quickly, meet deadlines, and exercise sound independent judgment.
Education: Bachelor’s degree or four years’ relevant experience.
Compensation: Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits. This position is funded for three years, with a possibility for extension based on future funding.
How to Apply: Priority will be given to applications received by April 8, 2018. However, we will accept applications until the position is filled. To apply, please email your cover letter setting forth interest in the position, resume, and three references to: Lisa Charles, Program Assistant, at email@example.com.
Minimum Education Required
How To Apply
Priority will be given to applications received by April 8, 2018. However, we will accept applications until the position is filled. To apply, please email your cover letter setting forth interest in the position, resume, and three references to: Lisa Charles, Program Assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org.