Every week, the clinic staff work with hundreds of the most vulnerable individuals and families in our community, and across the state, in addressing barriers around housing, employment, domestic violence, and immigration. This is an amazing opportunity for the next Executive Director to make a real impact on our community through living out their faith.
This is a relationship focused role that must have a passion for our work and the people we serve while the skilled leadership team brings the legal and technical expertise to allow the new leader to concentrate on maintaining and building strong relationships with the community and staff. Familiarity with the legal system is required. A J.D. is ideal, but not required. Please share this information with anyone you know who might be interested or can help us in getting the word out.
Executive Director, Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic – Are you an attorney who wants to create more community impact and not just more billable hours? Are you a community or social services leader looking for a platform that tangibly removes obstacles to success and defends the rights of the most vulnerable?
Apply your leadership experience in a legal venue and make a difference every day in central Indiana and across the state. Join an organization dedicated to promoting justice for low-income families and individuals as a way of demonstrating Christ’s love. One of the lead attorneys on the Clinic team, who left a major law firm to join our team, shared that “I can’t believe I get paid to do this work!”. Over the past 28 years, the Clinic has grown to serve 10,000 low-income Hoosiers across the state each year, with a staff of nearly 40 working hybrid schedules, while maintaining its Christian roots and striving to serve God and welcome ALL neighbors, targeting those most in need. The Clinic is a United Way community partner and IRS-designated low-income tax clinic. The Clinic provides legal solutions focused on serving homeless veterans, immigrants and refugees, families facing foreclosure and other housing crises, victims of human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault, ex-offenders, and family law matters.
Learn more about NCLC at: www.nclegalclinic.org Interested candidates with questions are encouraged to contact Charitable Advisors: Kathleen Poland at Kathleen@CharitableAdvisors.com or Bryan Orander at Bryan@CharitableAdvisors.com For more information or to apply, please go to: https://charitableadvisors.hirecentric.com/jobs/212144.html Please apply by March 31, 2021.