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Employment Opportunities

We are excited that you are considering the House of Ruth Maryland (HRM) for your career plans. Please take a moment to review the job opportunities that are available. All of our positions are posted here as they are made available. To be considered for a position with HRM, you must meet the qualifications outlined for the position, pass a criminal background check, and be able to understand and be sensitive to intimate partner violence and how it impacts victims. You may email or submit your cover letter and resume to:

House of Ruth Maryland
2201 Argonne Drive
Baltimore, MD 21218
Attn: Human Resources
jobs@hruthmd.org
Fax: (410) 889-2130

Your resume will be reviewed by the hiring manager and you may be contacted to schedule an interview.

In some cases, you may not hear from us right away, which may indicate that we do not have a position that would match your skills. However, we will keep your resume on file for six months should something become available.

If you do not get the job you applied for please continue to visit our website as new positions are posted frequently.

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Bilingual Abuse Intervention Group Facilitator
(Part-Time 4 Hours per Week)

Our abuse intervention program (Sí Puedo) is in need of group facilitators. They must be bilingual in English and Spanish. The schedule is from 5:30 to 9:30 pm on Tuesdays ONLY.

Position Summary:  

The Group Facilitator co-leads groups of 5 to 15 participants attending the abuse intervention program and ensures that group work is aligned with the program philosophy and that program participants receive the program’s full curriculum. This program is designed for Latino men who have been abusive toward an intimate partner. The Group Facilitator participates in weekly preparatory and debriefing sessions, as well as weekly program development meetings with other Sí Puedo staff members.  The Group Facilitator works with the Program Coordinator to ensure the goals, objectives, and work effort of the program are consistent with the mission of House of Ruth Maryland and advance the agency and program’s strategic goals and objectives.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in human service field is required; Minimum 1 year experience facilitating groups.  Good written and verbal communication skills.  Client assessment, group work and conflict management skills required.  Computer literate (MS Word, internet, e-mail). Ability to understand intimate partner violence and how it affects the client population. Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.  Strong intercultural skills, as well as experience working with Latino immigrants.  Spanish and English fluency is required.  In your resume submission, please clearly state your fluency in Spanish and English.

Must be violence free in own life with no charges of violence within a minimum of three years.  If applicant has ever been identified as a perpetrator of intimate partner violence the applicant must have successfully completed a certified abuse intervention program. 

ONLY BILINGUAL CANDIDATES WILL BE CONSIDERED.


Bilingual Client Services Position

The Bilingual Client Services Coordinator is primarily responsible for providing continuous coordination of culturally specific services for Latino immigrant victims seeking services with Adelante Familia at the HRM. This position is responsible for welcoming and orienting new residents to the program, providing crisis intervention and safety planning, developing a culturally sensitive intervention strategy, support system, and connection to programs. Offsite visits are part of the job. This position is also responsible for providing rotating coverage on the 24 hour hotline.

Primary Responsibilities
• Provide comprehensive and culturally sensitive coordination of services for a caseload of approximately 15 Latino immigrant participants referred from HRM 24 hour hotline, other HRM departments, and self referral through walk -in. Work with participants to make introductory contact within 24 hours of receiving case assignments, provide a thorough assessment of needs through a modified bio-psycho-social assessment, create a comprehensive and culturally appropriate service plan with timeline for completion, coordinate with internal and external providers of services, and follow up with participants after closing of case file.
• Assess safety needs, make recommendations for action to improve or maintain safety.
• Gathers and synthesize information on participant from agency sources and from significant recent and current community support systems.
• Work with participants to clearly identifying support people in the participant’s life and how they might contribute to the participant achieving goals.
• Guide and support participants to increase self-sufficiency skills, safety, education on domestic violence, and problem solving in group and one-on-one settings. Educate participants on American processes and systems including teaching self-advocacy skills and advocating on behalf of participants when necessary to achieve participant goals.
• Maintain paper and electronic case files in keeping with program standards.
• Assist Program Manager and Director in compiling necessary statistical data and narrative for grant reports and applications.
• Assess participant’s mental health and substance abuse needs, make recommendations for further treatment and coordinate a plan for addressing those needs that respects the cultural beliefs of participants.
• Coordinate participant’s use of agency and community services to provide comprehensive and unduplicated services that maximize client success, including organizing team meetings as necessary.
• Provide or arrange for interpretation services as necessary.
• Visit participants in home environments that have been determined to be safe.
• Participate in Client Services Team meetings and make recommendations concerning individual participant’s eligibility for financial assistance and expected termination date from the program.
• Assist participants in planning for exit from program, including connecting participants with other agency services and outside local resources.
• Provide admissions screening for participants seeking to enter HRM Residential programs and make recommendations for admissions decisions, including placement assistance for Risk One clients who may require emergency shelter.
• Educate residents on community and agency resources and helps make connections to said resources. Shares resources with Client Services team.
• Provide one on one counseling for participants in crisis and to help participants resolve conflict.
• Distribute material goods in accordance with program procedure such as clothing, bus tokens, and personal hygiene supplies.
• Provide relief and back-up coverage in emergency and urgent situations if required.
• Answer 24 hour hotline as part of rotating team of staffing.
• Other Duties as assigned.

Experience/ Requirements
• Bachelors degree in human services field or five years experience providing counseling, case management, or client centered advocacy.
• At least one year of experience in direct service provision with the Latino immigrant community.
• Oral and written fluency in English and Spanish.
• Knowledge and understanding of domestic violence.
• Knowledge of local human services programs/ agencies and housing resources.
• Excellent oral and written interpersonal skills with a strong ability to relate to a diverse range of individuals including victims, children, donors, business leaders, human service providers, and donors.
• Demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and timelines.
• Clean driving record, current state driver’s license, and reliable personal transportation.
• Must pass Criminal Background Check.


Bilingual Outreach Specialist

The Bilingual Outreach Specialist is often the agency’s first contact with members of Baltimore City and Baltimore County’s Latino community. The Specialist is primarily responsible for educating victims who walk in to House of Ruth Maryland (HRM) service sites about what Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is, what services HRM has to offer victims of IPV, what systems and laws are in place to assist victims of IPV, and most importantly, how victims can improve safety and stability. The Specialist is a creative, energetic, problem solver who exercises initiative to seek out communities where new immigrants live and work and routinely participates in community events to build trust in HRM’s ability to help. The Specialist is a skilled professional who has excellent crisis intervention skills including empathy, compassion, listening, patience, and the ability to assess each victim’s situation relative to lethality, assist them in making a culturally informed safety plan and engage them in appropriate services. The Specialist is responsible for developing an excellent working relationship with other HRM programs and staff to ensure the timely, effective and seamless provision of services. The Specialist must have the maturity and skills to work with people from economically and culturally diverse backgrounds in many different capacities. Offsite and community work are integral parts of the job. This position is also responsible for providing rotating coverage on the 24 hour hotline.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Provides crisis intervention, empathy and culturally informed support to victims at risk of serious injury from domestic violence.
• Conduct high risk victim home visits with Baltimore County Police as part of the Baltimore County Police Lethality Program.
• Under the direction of the Adelante Familia Coordinator, identifies and reaches out to communities where Latina victims live and work, providing information on IPV, services available, and systems navigation.
• Identifies and reaches out to agencies and organizations that serve HRM’s target population. Notifies agencies of programming and services available to victims and facilitates partnerships to serve victims better.
• Coordinates ordering and distribution of food pantry commodities to victims of IPV in Baltimore County.
• Works with program partners to supervise, train and schedule volunteers in the food pantry.
• Provides one on one safety planning, systems navigation, rights education, and resource referral for victims working with HRM staff.
• Under the direction of the Adelante Familia Coordinator, uses information collected from formal and informal interviews with program participants, the community, and service providers, to make recommendations and adjust programming to best serve Latina victims within the HRM’s mission.
• Records all efforts and outcomes associated with outreach to victims in ETO.
• Shares responsibility with Contact Center Counselors for live response to calls during designated shifts as needed.
• Participates in Contact Center Team meetings and shares resource information.
• As a member of the Adelante Familia site, shares responsibility for the day to day functioning of the location(s) and activities.
• Other Duties as assigned.

Experience/ Requirements:

Oral and written fluency in English and Spanish
• Bachelors degree
• Two years experience doing outreach, answering hotline or working in customer service.
• At least one year of experience in direct service provision with the Latino immigrant community.
• Excellent oral and written interpersonal skills with a strong ability to relate to a diverse range of individuals including victims, children, donors, business leaders, human service providers, and donors. Particular emphasis on communication over the telephone.
• Knowledge and understanding of domestic violence.
• Knowledge or ability to learn database management systems; comfortable learning new systems.
• Knowledge of local human services programs/ agencies and housing resources.
• Demonstrated ability to work quickly and calmly in a crisis
• Demonstrated ability to make decisions which de-escalate conflict and/or resolve a crisis effectively.
• High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
• Clean driving record, current state driver’s license, and reliable personal transportation.
• Must pass Criminal Background Check.


Clinical Supervisor – Full time with Benefits

The Clinical Supervisor will work closely with the Director of Clinical Services to achieve strategic goals and foster an environment that values, supports, and builds the expertise of our staff. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for providing one-on-one clinical/reflective supervision to the Clinical Services staff in the Baltimore City and Brentwood offices. They are also responsible for providing direct therapeutic services to victims of intimate partner violence and their children. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the program, complying with agency wide standards, professional standards, and grant specifications for service and record keeping. The candidate must be able to travel between multiple work locations and work at least two evenings a week.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Take lead responsibility for assuring service is client-focused, culturally competent and sensitive, strength based, and built on a foundation of sound clinical theory
  • Provide clinical services to adults, teens, and children
  • Provide clinical/reflective supervision to staff and interns
  • Maintain current and professional records  of all services to clients (case records )
  •  Serve one shift in the Contact Center (crisis hotline)
  • Represent HRM at community programs and outreach events
  • Provides assistance with interns
  • Participate in ongoing supervision
  • Attend Clinical Services Staff meetings
  • Assist with grant development, writing and reporting
  • Manage grant compliance and reporting
  • Provide professional trainings and community outreach and education
  • Represent HRM in various external settings

Qualifications:

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-C) is required and only those candidates with a LCSW-C will be considered. A professional license in Maryland is required. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of three years’ experience providing clinical/reflective supervision to licensed therapists and five years of experience providing therapeutic support services for victims of trauma. Must have experience with assessing and providing therapeutic services to adult and children. The applicant must be able to distinguish between clinical/reflective supervision and functional/task supervision. The ability to maintain confidentiality is essential. The ideal candidate will have experience in crisis interventions and demonstrate skill in working with people from diverse races, cultures and SECs. Must be able to work independently. Experience in Microsoft Word and Excel and the ability to manage an electronic data tracking system are also required. Candidates should be able to provide leadership to program staff and be able to represent the Agency in meetings.


P/T Group Facilitator - Gateway Project (Monday and Tuesday 9 – 1pm)

The Gateway Project is a psycho-educational program for men who have been abusive toward an intimate partner. The Group Facilitator ensures that group work is aligned with the program philosophy and that program participants receive the program’s full curriculum. The Group Facilitator works with the Program Manager to ensure the goals, objectives, and work effort of the program are consistent with the mission of House of Ruth Maryland and advance the agency and program’s strategic goals and objectives. Some day and some evening hours are required.

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in human services field. Masters degree preferred. Minimum 1 year experience facilitating groups. Good written and verbal communication skills. Client assessment, group work and conflict management skills required. Computer literate (MS Word, internet, e-mail). Ability to understand intimate partner violence and how it affects the client population. Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.

Must be violence free in own life with no charges of violence within a minimum of three years.  If applicant has ever been identified as a perpetrator of intimate partner violence the applicant must have successfully completed a certified abuser intervention program. 

Essential Duties:

· Facilitates group sessions and provides back up coverage as required

· Conducts individual sessions with men in same sex relationships

· Communicates with Community Supervision agents regarding participant progress and status

· Maintains electronic and paper file documentation for groups and participants in keeping with program standards

· Addresses issues with participants individually, including conflicts, referrals for additional services, and assessment of appropriateness to continue in the program. 

· Collects, handles, and documents fees in accordance with program policy

· Actively participates in staff meetings and case review sessions. 

· Is involved in program development activities, including group curriculum design, procedure development and implementation and creation of new program initiatives.


Legal Advocate
Montgomery County Office-Full-Time with Benefits


The legal advocate provides first contact to victims of domestic violence seeking protective orders, peace orders, and divorce and custody cases. The legal advocate provides legal information, referrals, safety planning and advocacy to victims of domestic violence. The advocate participates in the identification of systemic obstacles for victims of domestic violence, and assists in formulating a plan and strategies for the removal of those obstacles.

Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree, law degree, or equivalent advocacy experience. Demonstrated knowledge, skills and ability to assist and advocate on behalf of victims of domestic violence in various environments. Ability to travel and rotate among HRM offices and courthouse offices as needed. Ability to work in fast paced environment. Computer literate (MS Word, internet, e-mail). Ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with individuals of diverse backgrounds, including clients, House of Ruth Staff, and members of the community. Ability to work with limited supervision.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Conduct intakes and provide legal information, referral, safety planning, and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence.
• Assist victims of domestic violence to complete petitions for protective and peace
orders, modifications and other documents.
• Travel to all courthouse offices to assist attorneys by conducting intakes, answering phones, and other duties as assigned.
• Complete requirements of all grants, including written reports in a timely manner.
• Publicize and educate victims of domestic violence about services offered.
• Advocate orally and in writing on behalf of victims of domestic violence in various environments.
• Assist in trial preparation under the supervision of an attorney.
• Accurately conduct conflicts checks for persons seeking services from the legal clinic.
• Accurately input and retrieve information from Clinic database in a timely manner.
• Acquire and maintain knowledge of family and domestic violence law.
• Recruit, train, and supervise interns and volunteers to provide victim advocacy services.
• Develop and maintain liaisons with court personnel, community, criminal justice system and other agencies that assist victims of domestic violence.
• Conduct follow-up surveys and research inquiries regarding efficacy of representation service.
• Provide court accompaniment to clients.
• Provide clerical and administrative support to courthouse offices.
• Provide support to paralegals and legal secretaries.
• Draft pleadings and correspondence as needed for attorneys.
• Assist in fundraising efforts as needed.


Operations Assistant
32 Hrs/Wk. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 12pm to 8pm, Benefits eligible

The Operations Assistant is an essential staff position primarily responsible for non-therapeutic support to women and children living in the shelter and transitioning housing program. They assist with program operations specifically related to the aesthetics of the building. Responsibilities include preparing rooms for occupancy, accepting and distributing donated commodities, monitoring the facility for cleanliness, and identifying and reporting safety hazards.

Primary Responsibilities
• Meets with new residents to distribute material goods in accordance with shelter procedure such as, clothing, cleaning supplies and personal hygiene items
• Provides new residents with tour of the facility and distributes assigned room key
• Conducts daily room inspection of bedrooms and apartments to ensure minimum standard of cleanliness is met. Provides residents with cleaning supplies including one on one consultation when minimum standards are not met. Initiates a meeting with Residential Services Director if resident is unsuccessful beyond consultation.
• Conducts scheduled cleaning of common areas of shelter following a housekeeping routine designed to ensure that a minimum standard of cleanliness is maintained daily. The routine will include, but is not limited to, dusting, sanitizing bathrooms, vacuuming, mopping floors, removing trash, and cleaning windows and glass doors.
• Removes and disposes of abandoned items left in shelter bedrooms and apartments in preparation for new resident occupancy
• Launders linen as necessary to meet “turnover” demands
• Prepares pre-packaged toiletry and linen supplies to be distributed to new residents at intake
• Receives sorts and distributes donated commodities. Organizes and maintains donations storage areas
• Reports the need for maintenance repairs and safety hazards
• Maintains inventory of cleaning supplies and equipment. Places supply orders with approval of Residential Operations Director
• Assists with food preparation, serving, and clean up as needed
• Completes daily documentation of operations activities through agency software system and paper system
• Monitors building and responds to mechanical emergencies to manage immediate crisis and involve appropriate staff as necessary
• Assists volunteers who perform activities connected to daily operations of the facility

Qualifications

High school diploma/GED equivalent required. 2 years of experience in a client-centered advocacy or residential program and experience with conflict resolution/mediation preferred. Effective verbal, listening, and writing skills, with a strong ability to relate to a diverse range of individuals including victims, children, donors, and service providers necessary. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment with demonstrated ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands. Must also have the ability to lift and carry up to 20 pounds.


Overnight Contact Center Counselor (12 midnight to 8am) 32 hours/week with Benefits

The Contact Center Counselor is responsible for coverage of the hotline Monday through Thursday from 12am(Midnight) – 8 am,32 hour per week, in the Weinberg Center Contact Center and is expected to stay awake and alert during this time. This position provides the first (and often only) contact that many victims and others have with the House of Ruth Maryland over the phone. The Counselor offers customer service, information and referral, crisis intervention counseling, and technical assistance in response to telephone inquiries. The Contact Center Counselor has two primary responsibilities: to provide Line One coverage and back up coverage to the 24/7 crisis hotline, and to assist the Contact Center Manager in quality assurance of the hotline. As such, the Counselor is a creative, energetic problem solver who exercises initiative, empathy, compassion, listening, and patience in providing crisis intervention to callers.

Primary Responsibilities
• Has responsibility for live response to calls during designated shifts. This position is responsible for the Overnight shift 12am(Midnight) – 8 am, Monday through Thursday. This position is located in the Weinberg Center Contact Center.
• Provides timely and accurate data entry related to each call. When necessary, will enter documentation of calls that were responded to by other Hotline Counselors.
• Assists with quality assurance and measuring call volume of the hotline by counting and listening to the hotline calls of other Hotline Counselors.
• Maintains and refreshes the resource directories to ensure that they are accurate.
• Performs other duties as assigned to assist Weinberg staff, including but not limited to occasional face to face crisis counseling for shelter residents, and front office backup.

Experience/ Requirements
• College degree or ongoing course of study in human services field.
• Experience answering hotline or working in customer service.
• Demonstrated ability to work quickly and calmly in a crisis.
• Excellent oral and written interpersonal skills with a strong ability to relate to a diverse range of individuals. Particular emphasis on communication over the telephone.
• Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks.
• Knowledge or ability to learn database management systems.
• High degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
• Must pass Criminal Background Check.


POARP Staff Attorney Montgomery County

The POARP Staff Attorney advises and represents victims of domestic violence in Protection or Peace Order proceedings in Montgomery County, and in related matters such as contempt, modification and extension proceedings.  The POARP Staff Attorney is responsible for the efficient administration of the POARP courthouse office by insuring that walk-in clients are seen and advised of their legal rights promptly, that all clients requesting representation be accepted or rejected promptly, by maintaining cordial and professional relationships with all courthouse staff, and by providing timely reporting of services provided for funding reports.  The POARP Staff Attorney works to improve the system of justice for victims of domestic violence by attending community, bar and civic meetings regarding domestic violence related concerns, participating in research and impact litigation efforts, and by supporting the work of the long-term litigation attorneys and managing attorneys of the DVLC.

Qualifications:

Staff attorney must be licensed to practice law in the State of Maryland.  Staff attorney must be able to learn and litigate civil and domestic law.  Familiarity with criminal law helpful.  Staff attorney must be able to advocate effectively for victims of domestic violence and have a demonstrated commitment to legal services. Staff attorney must be able to write effectively and utilize computer technologies (MS Word, internet, e-mail).  Staff attorney must be able and willing to travel among HRM offices and courthouse offices.  Staff attorney must be able and willing to implement management decisions that s/he has not participated in making.  Interest in litigating divorce and custody cases, as well as appellate cases desired.


Ruth’s Closet Store Manager

The Ruth’s Closet Store Manager is an exempt, full-time, benefits-eligible employee of House of Ruth Maryland (HRM), responsible for managing all store-related operations, including sales transactions, merchandise preparation and pricing, visual merchandising, stockroom management and donation receiving. The Store Manager manages financial transactions related to sales, purchasing, and banking, and initiates strategies to increase sales in order to meet or exceed revenue targets. The Store Manager ensures appropriate staffing and is responsible for training, scheduling and supervising staff, interns and volunteers. The Store Manager coordinates with HRM Donation Center staff to ensure distribution of donated commodities to Ruth’s Closet.

Qualifications:
High School Diploma required, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Supervisory experience in retail environment required. Experience working with volunteers a plus. Must be reliable and have own transportation. Must have high ethical standards and successfully complete a background check. Must be highly motivated, able to work independently, and exercise good judgment and discretion. Must be able to direct the work of others, take initiative and make sound decisions. Strong interpersonal skills required. Must be capable of engaging effectively with people from diverse backgrounds. Must demonstrate flexibility and be able to multi-task. Must be resourceful, even-tempered, and a skilled problem solver.

Responsibilities

Financial
• develop policies and procedures for sales transactions, operating the cash register, and handling receipts and confidential information
• develop accountability systems to reconcile and report on sales receipts, minimize opportunities for theft/misappropriation of funds or merchandise
• make bank deposits and respond to inquiries from credit card processing vendors
• establish vendor relations in consultation with supervisor, place orders for supplies and equipment
• operate within budget; identify and implement strategies to reduce expenses and increase revenue
Retail Operation
• maintain a staffing schedule and plan that ensures appropriate store coverage, including in the absence of the Store Manager
• develop, maintain and distribute to personnel a written operations manual
• establish guidelines for items acceptable for sale in Ruth’s Closet
• establish procedures for preparing items for sale, develop pricing guidelines and routines for sales and mark downs
• create an exciting, visually appealing store that is clean and well organized
• implement procedures to maintain an orderly stockroom and an appropriate inventory of cost-of-sales and other supplies
• coordinate with HRM Donation Center, ensuring good communication and the timely exchange of commodities between Ruth’s Closet and the Donation Center
• set high standards for customer service and impeccable customer relations and take steps to meet or exceed them
• continually shop the competition and stay abreast of trends in the business; actively seek out opportunities to grow the store and its business while maintaining alignment with the mission of the HRM
• disseminate information to increase customer awareness about the House of Ruth Maryland and facilitate networking that can benefit both Ruth’s Closet and the House of Ruth

Staffing
• manage staff, interns and volunteers, ensuring appropriate coverage, maximizing utilization of human resources, generating team spirit, and providing supervision, feedback and support
• recruit volunteers by actively promoting volunteer opportunities at Ruth’s Closet and the House of Ruth Maryland
• train new staff, interns and volunteers, conduct regular staff and volunteer meetings, and provide opportunities for professional development
• establish standards and expectations for engaging customers, delivering quality service, and being a contributing member of the Ruth’s Closet team

Promotion & Marketing
• work with supervisor to create an annual calendar of in-store promotion, special events and sales
• generate ideas for in-store promotion that demonstrate impact
• contribute ideas for ways to increase the volume of donations of new items, as well as to secure other needed goods and services at no or low cost

Miscellaneous
• represent the HRM and Ruth’s Closet in the community
• establish standards and procedures to ensure the safety and security of the premises, of staff and volunteers
• coordinate with staff and volunteers involved in B-More Bags regarding the sale of B-More Bags in Ruth’s Closet and holding the B-More Bags Trunk Show at Ruth’s Closet
• identify opportunities for special sales events at Ruth’s Closet and coordinate planning and implementation
• other duties as assigned

Stockroom Operation
• coordinate with HRM Donation Center, ensuring good communication and the timely distribution of appropriate donated commodities to Ruth’s Closet
• organize stockroom supplies and merchandise for efficient operations


Staff Attorney – Divorce and Custody

The Long-Term Litigation (LTL) Staff Attorney provides consultation, advice and representation to clients for representation in divorce, custody, support or other ancillary civil cases arising out of and related to domestic violence. The LTL Staff Attorney represents the client from the point of referral through ultimate resolution of the case, including but not limited to drafting and filing of a complaint, discovery, preparation for litigation, negotiation and final litigation. The LTL Staff Attorney participates in the identification of systemic obstacles for victims of domestic violence, and assists in formulating a plan and strategies for the removal of those obstacles, including innovative litigation strategies, community education, and appellate or legislative advocacy.

Qualifications
Staff attorney must be licensed to practice law in the State of Maryland and have 1 year experience. Staff attorney must be able to learn and litigate civil and domestic law. Familiarity with criminal law helpful. Staff attorney must be able to advocate effectively for victims of domestic violence and have a demonstrated commitment to legal services. Staff attorney must be able to write effectively and utilize computer technologies (MS Word, internet, e-mail). Staff attorney must be able and willing to travel among HRM offices and courthouse offices. Staff attorney must be able and willing to implement management decisions that s/he has not participated in making.
Interest in litigating divorce and custody cases, as well as appellate cases desired.



 

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