CCBF is Hiring a Legal Advocacy Coordinator
Chicago Community Bond Fund seeks a second Legal Advocacy Coordinator to support CCBF’s revolving bail fund by facilitating the bond posting process; tracking and documenting case progress and resolutions; and recruiting, training, and supervising law students and attorney volunteers. The Legal Advocacy Coordinator should value both direct legal services, policy, and advocacy work. This is an associate-level position and a unique opportunity for a program coordinator seeking additional experience in legal services and/or criminal justice policy. The candidates best suited to this role will be committed to social justice and abolition and have some experience supporting organizing by communities most impacted by mass incarceration.
See full job description and instructions for applying here. Priority deadline for applications is Friday, July 15, 2022. The position is open until filled.
CCBF is an equal opportunity employer. Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and other People of Color, women, LGBTQI-GNC people, formerly incarcerated and other people who have been directly impacted by criminalization are strongly encouraged to apply.