We are looking for a part-time Administrative Assistant to join our small but dynamic staff of attorneys, fellows, and law clerks in a significant “back office” role in support of social justice. The ideal candidate will help ensure that the office is running efficiently and effectively and will be willing to pitch in wherever needed to support a start-up nonprofit program. The position is non-exempt, 20 hours/week, and at-will. The immediate supervisor is the Washington Senior Managing Attorney.
FVAP is seeking a fundraising professional to join our dynamic team for a significant development role in support of social justice. The ideal candidate will bring unique skills and experiences that help you successfully lead a 3-year fundraising campaign focused on major gifts, with a goal of raising $2.5-$3 million over three years. FVAP has the plan for the campaign in place after extensive work with a consultant, and we are seeking the right person to put it into action. You will coordinate the campaign and also play a significant role in meeting donors. You will also support the Board of Director’s fundraising efforts and provide staff support for the Board’s Development Committee. In addition, you will coordinate production of the Annual Report. You will join a three-person development team (including the Executive Director) that works collaboratively together to support the funding of a $2 million organization. We value diverse experiences and backgrounds. The immediate supervisor is the Executive Director.
Family Violence Appellate Project is the only organization in California and Washington State dedicated to appealing civil cases on behalf of survivors of domestic violence and other forms of intimate partner, family, and gender-based abuse. We are committed to social justice and are dedicated to shaping California and Washington law to prioritize the safety of survivors and their children. We are also committed to supporting the statewide networks of advocates for survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and legal aid service providers. If you are interested in being part of this exciting social justice movement and resource for survivors and advocates across California and Washington, this is the place for you! You can learn more at www.fvaplaw.org.
This is an exciting time for FVAP and for this role in particular. We just expanded to open our second office in Washington earlier in 2021. Expansion raises new challenges and opportunities to grow, streamline, and integrate processes. We value diverse experiences and backgrounds. FVAP’s clientele is extremely diverse, and we serve individuals and advocates throughout both states, including rural, suburban, and urban populations. The Deputy Director can join our exceptional and dynamic staff in Oakland, California or Bellevue, Washington. The immediate supervisor is the Executive Director.
FVAP is available to sponsor a post-graduate 2022 fellow seeking funding from another source but may be able to supplement secured funding commensurate with local salaries. We value diverse experiences and backgrounds. FVAP’s clientele is extremely diverse, and we serve individuals and advocates throughout the state, including rural, suburban, and urban populations. The ideal candidate will bring skills and experiences enabling the candidate to serve these diverse populations adeptly in the context of domestic violence and appellate litigation.
Summer 2022 Law Clerk Position- Possible Remote and In-Office work options
FVAP is seeking 1-3 full-time law clerks to join our small but exceptional and dynamic California team for Summer 2022. This is a full-time clerkship for 37.5 hours per week and runs for 10 weeks starting at the end of May. Our California office is located in Oakland, California. Please note that due to COVID-19 we are currently working remotely. At this point we do not have a scheduled return. We do not know now what the circumstances will be in Summer 2022 so we are accepting applications for summer clerks who could work in the office if open, work remotely and eventually come into the office when it opens and those who could only work remotely. We value diverse experiences and backgrounds. FVAP’s clientele is extremely diverse, and we serve individuals and advocates throughout the state, including rural, suburban, and urban populations. The ideal candidate will bring skills and experiences enabling the candidate to serve these diverse populations adeptly in the context of domestic violence and appellate litigation.