The Legal Clinic and Housing Justice Program Coordinator (“Program Coordinator”) has overall responsibility for the efficient and effective operations of free legal clinics for low income residents of Thurston, Mason, Grays Harbor, Pacific and Lewis Counties. The Program Coordinator also has the primary responsibility for the operation of the Housing Justice Project in Thurston County plus outreach responsibility to Unlawful Detainer respondents in all five counties of our service delivery area.
The Program Coordinator supervises two positions (1.5 FTEs): the Clinic Coordinator who organizes legal advice clinics; and a Staff Assistant who answers the public phone line, screens callers and online referrals for eligibility, schedules clients, and provides data entry into our case management system.
The Program Coordinator is also responsible for the recruitment and retention of volunteer attorneys and non-volunteers needed for the smooth operation of the clinics.
For more information, including how to apply, click here: Thurston County Volunteer Legal Services-Program Coordinator November 2020