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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.

Job Posting – Advocacy Specialist

Disability Rights Wisconsin is seeking an Advocacy Specialist to work in our SSI Managed Care External Advocacy Project and the Medicare Part D Helpline Project.  This is a limited term appointment, with a possibility of extension.  This position can be located in our Madison or Milwaukee offices and will provide statewide advocacy, information and outreach to SSI-related Medicaid recipients enrolled in managed care plans and Medicare Part D.   Successful candidates will have previous experience with public benefits such as SSI and Med D and experience with people with disabilities.  Bachelor’s Degree in related field or equivalent experience.  Excellent salary and fringe benefits.  For detailed position description click here.

EEO/AA employer committed to a diverse workforce.  Submit resume and cover letter to hr@drwi.org.  Deadline: Oct. 31, 2016 to be considered for first round of interviews.   Will remain open until filled.