Central Texas Coordinator
Lone Star Victims Advocacy Project s mission is to educate, advocate for, and provide free legal services to empower abused immigrants in rural Texas.
LSVAP is seeking a flexible individual with initiative, creativity, superlative communication skills, and commitment to social justice to support legal work for immigrant survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and trafficking. This is a full-time position.
Primary Duties: provides direct victim services to immigrant survivors of abuse, conduct outreach, presentations and trainings in service area; advocate for improved resources for immigrant survivors in rural Texas communities; travels to rural Texas communities as part of advocacy and outreach work, and other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: Minimum of two years office experience; bilingual English/Spanish reading/writing/speaking required; experience working with women, immigrants, families a plus; experience in legal setting a plus; high degree of familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite and standard office systems required; ability to work independently and follow through on assignments in a timely manner; typing speed must be at least 40-45 words per minute; organized and reliable with strong attention to detail; strong administrative skills.
Compensation: $35,000 - $40,000 DOE, with full benefits and generous vacation time. Generally informal work setting with colleagues dedicated to anti-domestic violence and social justice movements. LSVAP is an equal opportunity employer.
Application Instructions: Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, two professional references and a two-page writing sample to Glenaan O Neil at --------------@----------.--- to be consider for this position.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Please submit any and all enquiries about this position via email no calls.
Applications will be considered on an incoming basis.
full time, bilingual, Spanish, immigrants, domestic violence