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Job Posting – Advocate/Ombudsman

Disability Rights Wisconsin is seeking a full-time Advocate/Ombudsman for the Family Care and IRIS Ombudsman Program for adults with disabilities. This position provides assistance and advocacy to adults enrolled in Wisconsin’s publicly funded long term care programs for a statewide disability rights agency.

This position is based in Madison and is full-time with benefits. For a detailed position description click here. EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit resume and cover letter to hr@drwi.org. Deadline: Noon, June 5th, 2017 to be considered for 1st round of interviews.

Calling Wisconsin Attorneys: We Need Your Help!

DRW is in need of attorneys who would be willing to take on an occasional short term pro bono case in our Victim Advocacy Program.  Click this link for more information, and to help ensure that the rights of people with disabilities in Wisconsin are upheld!

 

Job Posting – Advocacy Specialist

Disability Rights Wisconsin is seeking a full-time Advocacy Specialist for our Madison office.

The Advocacy Specialist is responsible for providing direct client advocacy and representation to individuals with disabilities and their families on a variety of disability-related issues. Other duties include: administrative tasks related to case maintenance and reporting, outreach, information and referral, systems advocacy and training.

Please click here for more position details.

Job Posting – Fundraising Program Specialist

Disability Rights Wisconsin is seeking a limited term part-time Fundraising Program Specialist.

This position will focus primarily the donor cultivation aspect of DRW’s fundraising efforts but will also provide support to other aspects of fundraising such as use of social media and appeals. These efforts include researching and identifying new donors, arranging meetings with donors, managing donor database, and optimizing our social media platform.

This is a limited term position until 9/30/17. Click here for detailed position description and application.

EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit resume and cover letter to hr@drwi.org. Deadline: Feb 24th at 4:30 pm or until position is filled.

Job Posting – Public Interest Attorney

Disability Rights Wisconsin is seeking a Public Interest Attorney for our Madison, Milwaukee or Rice Lake office to:

  • assist benefits specialists in disability-related public benefits cases
  • conduct trainings
  • provide direct legal representation

This position can be based in Madison, Milwaukee or Rice Lake and is full-time with benefits. For a detailed position description click here. EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit resume and cover letter to hr@drwi.org. Deadline: Noon, January 23rd, 2017 to be considered for 1st round of interviews.

Job Posting – Administrative/Office Coordinator

Disability Rights Wisconsin is seeking an Administrator/Office Coordinator for our Madison location. This position will:

  • Provide administrative and organizational support for DRW in coordination with other administrative staff across multiple offices.
  • Oversee Madison office administrative operations including supervision of clerical staff.
  • Perform a variety of administrative support for the organization including communications, database management and reporting, administrative process management and improvement, and provide support to a variety of projects.

This position is based in Madison and is full-time with benefits. For a detailed position description click here. EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit resume and cover letter to hr@drwi.org. Deadline: Open until filled.

Job Posting – Advocate/Ombudsman

Disability Rights Wisconsin is seeking an Advocate/Ombudsman for the Family Care and IRIS Ombudsman Program (FCIOP) for adults with disabilities. This position provides assistance and advocacy to adult enrollees in Wisconsin’s publicly funded long term care programs for a statewide disability rights agency.

This position is based in Milwaukee and is full-time with benefits. For a detailed position description click here. EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit resume and cover letter to hr@drwi.org. Deadline: Noon, January 9th, 2017 to be considered for 1st round of interviews.

Job Posting – Public Policy Coordinator

Disability Rights Wisconsin seeks a Public Policy Coordinator to participate in developing/implementing overall state and federal public policy strategy:

  • Will track relevant state and federal legislation and budget issues
  • Provide a variety of support to the partner agencies their public policy work
  • Work with other disability organizations on public policy strategies
  • Work directly with legislators and legislative staff
  • Provide training on public policy issues to consumers and families
  • Coordinate state and federal legislative and policy activities of several disability organizations in Wisconsin

This position is based in Madison and is .8 FTE. For a detailed position description click here. EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit resume and cover letter to hr@drwi.org.  Deadline: December 19, 2016 to be considered for 1st round of interviews.

Job Posting – Volunteer & Training Coordinator

Disability Rights Wisconsin seeks a Volunteer & Training Coordinator to develop a statewide volunteer legal advocate network. Duties include recruitment, training, support, and retention of pro bono attorneys and advocates. Successful candidates will be able to convey passion for serving victims of crime and abuse with disabilities in a way that compels others to volunteer their time, and to develop a system of professional support for volunteer advocates and attorneys. Travel required. Full time/benefits. For a detailed position description click here.

EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit resume and cover letter to hr@drwi.org.  Deadline: Nov 7, 2016 to be considered for 1st round of interviews.

Managing Attorney – Victim Advocacy Programs

Disability Rights Wisconsin is seeking an attorney to manage and provide legal oversight of our statewide Victim Advocacy programs. The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of the criminal justice and victim response systems, ability to lead and supervise a team of advocates, manage grant outcomes and write reports on deadline. Previous experience working with victims of crime and people with disabilities from a trauma informed perspective preferable. Member Wisconsin Bar. Full time/benefits. Detailed position description at Managing Atty Position Description.

EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce. Submit resume, cover letter, and short writing sample to hr@drwi.org. Deadline: November 6th, to be considered for 1st interviews.