#Fem2 | Calling All Idealists: The NCLR Is Hiring

#Fem2 | Calling All Idealists: The NCLR Is Hiring

 

Current Job Opportunities at The National Center for Lesbian Rights

“I think it’s …. about how do you move people,” she said. “Because if you’re screaming in someone’s face, they’re not going to hear what you’re saying. They’re going to feel defensive, they’re going to shut down. For us to win the hearts and minds of most Americans, we have to be calm, we have to say this is about love, this is about family, this is about commitment. We’re just like you in terms of how we form relationships and what we should be afforded.”

- KQED California, quoting Kate Kendell: Executive Director, National Center for Lesbian Rights

 

Administrative Assistant – Washington, D.C.

The National Center for Lesbian Rights seeks a highly skilled, enthusiastic, diligent, and motivated individual for an administrative assistant position in our Washington D.C. regional office. This part-time position will require 20 hours per week. The part-time assistant will work closely with legal and program staff and report directly to the Federal Policy Director.

Read the full description for this position by clicking here:

http://www.nclrights.org/about-us/jobs-fellowships.

Send cover letter and resume to Policy Counsel Ashland Johnson at [email protected]. Please include “Admin Assistant Search” in the subject line of your email.

 

Policy Clerk – Washington, D.C.

The National Center for Lesbian Rights is seeking a policy clerk to assist in NCLR’s federal and state policy and legislative work in Washington, D.C. The clerk’s responsibilities will include: legal and factual research and writing related to policy advocacy; tracking developments in pending LGBT-related legislation; reviewing and analyzing pending regulations, policy proposals, and legislative language; and participating in various coalition meetings related to law and policy changes and proposals.

The position is in NCLR’s Washington D.C. office located at 1325 Massachusetts Ave, NW. During the fall and spring semesters, the position runs throughout the semester and requires a commitment of at least 12 hours per week. During the summer, the position is 40 hours per week and a commitment of at least 10 weeks is requested.

Read the full description for this position by clicking here:

http://www.nclrights.org/about-us/jobs-fellowships.

Send cover letter, resume, 5-10 page legal writing sample, and three work references by e-mail to Policy Counsel Ashland Johnson, [email protected] or fax at 415.392.8442

 

Public Policy Associate – San Francisco, Los Angeles

The National Center for Lesbian Rights is now welcoming applications from current or incoming law firm associates who have been offered a “deferral” to work in public interest law for a period of time with financial support from their employer. The public interest associate would assist with all aspects of NCLR’s national impact litigation, public policy, and educational work, acting in a role similar to that of NCLR staff attorneys at a level commensurate with the applicant’s experience as a practicing attorney.

Read the full description for this position by clicking here:

http://www.nclrights.org/about-us/jobs-fellowships.

Email a brief statement of interest (including your potential start date and the length of your availability) and your resume to Ming Wong at [email protected]

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Additional opportunities, internships and fellowships are currently available at the time of this writing.

For full job listings, descriptions and requirements, visit The National Center for Lesbian Rights at

http://www.nclrights.org/about-us/jobs-fellowships.

 

Good Luck!

Gay Agenda

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