Jobs & Internships

Open Position: Program Director / Senior Attorney / Senior Program Manager

Remote work permitted (must reside in California)
Priority Deadline: October 31, 2023

OneJustice is a nonprofit organization that strengthens the legal services sector’s expertise
and capacity to advance justice and equity. We work with a statewide network of over 200
nonprofit legal services organizations and California’s pro bono community. More
information is available at

OneJustice seeks a full-time senior staff member. Salary and title will depend on level of
experience. This position will provide expertise, support and leadership in one or more
programmatic areas, including: organizational leadership; governance; strategy; impact;
pro bono; diversity; equity; inclusion; organizational talent; culture; policy; and
advocacy. OneJustice offers training, resources, coaching, and consulting to the boards and
staff of legal services nonprofits and the pro bono community.

California residence is required, and remote work is permitted. Occasional travel within
California may be required.

Key Responsibilities:

● Provide expert consulting, training, and coaching services to the staff and boards of
California legal services nonprofits and the pro bono community on topics such as:
organizational leadership; governance; strategy; impact; pro bono; diversity;
equity; inclusion; organizational talent; culture; policy; and advocacy (the
specific areas of consulting, training, and coaching will depend on expertise and
programmatic needs)
● In collaboration with the CEO and OneJustice staff, ensure OneJustice’s capacity-
building work is aligned with its strategic plan, including evaluation of work,
development of priorities/goals/objectives and implementation of best practices
● Supervise, mentor, and support the professional development of team members and
foster an inclusive, collaborative, and supportive work culture
● Identify funding opportunities, cultivate/steward funders, and ensure compliance with
grant reporting
● Act as an ambassador for OneJustice and its programs with external stakeholders
and funders

Qualifications (required):
● An equity mindset (awareness of the inequities that exist at multiple levels from the
personal to the systemic) and demonstrated commitment to the values of diversity,
equity, and inclusion
● Project management experience with demonstrated ability to deliver results
● Strong commitment to the professional development of staff
● Emotional intelligence and a problem-solving approach

● Commitment to legal aid/public interest work
● Ability to communicate and work effectively with a variety of internal and external
● Outstanding presentation and communication skills
Qualifications (preferred):
● Senior Program Manager title: B.A./B.S. degree with 8 or more years of post-
undergraduate experience
● Senior Attorney title: J.D degree with 4 or more years of post-graduate experience
● Director title: B.A./B.S. degree with 12 or more years of post-undergraduate
experience OR J.D./graduate degree with 8 or more years of post-graduate
● Experience in one or more of the following areas: organizational leadership;
governance; strategy; impact; pro bono; diversity; equity; inclusion; organizational
talent; culture; and policy; advocacy

Salary and Benefits:
● Salary and title will depend on level of experience. Senior Program Manager salary
range is $86,000-$92,000. Senior Attorney salary range is $91,500-$97,500. Director
salary range begins at $108,500 and increases based on years of relevant
● Benefits include health insurance (medical, dental, and vision), life and disability
insurance, retirement, and generous paid leave (vacation, sick, holidays, and
sabbatical), and flexible spending account for qualified health and childcare
● Professional development support including annual professional development plan
and funds.

Application Process:
● To apply, please visit:
● Review of candidates will be on a rolling basis. Priority deadline for application
review will be October 31, 2023.
● In the online application system listed above, please submit the following
information: 1) a cover letter explaining your interest in and qualifications for the
position that describes relevant work and/or experience; 2) your resume; 3) three
references; and 4) a response to the following question:

OneJustice commits to transform itself and the civil and legal aid system so that it is more
equitable and inclusive. OneJustice aims to educate and empower our staff, board
members, partners, and network to better understand the impact of power and privilege. As
an organization, we promise to engage in more anti-discriminatory and anti-racist practices,
policies, procedures, and programming. Additionally, we also make space, lift up, and
center the stories and experiences of legal aid organizations, community based organizations, and community members. We work to promote inclusivity and equity in the
groups with which we collaborate and the communities we serve. OneJustice is devoted to
this work across all projects and partnerships. We understand and acknowledge that:

● This work is urgent, time-sensitive, and a continued learning process
● We will make mistakes, and take responsibility for them
● Until there is complete equity in all spaces, we will not stop

Please address in your cover letter how your personal background or experiences,
professional or otherwise, have prepared you to contribute to our commitment to
equity and inclusion. Feel free to think broadly about your response to this question,
applying various aspects of your life and personal experiences.

To promote social justice and best serve our various communities, OneJustice is committed
to maintaining a diverse staff and providing culturally competent services. We strongly
encourage candidates from traditionally underrepresented communities and historically
oppressed groups, as well as bilingual and bicultural candidates, to apply.