For 49 years, Georgia Legal Services Program (GLSP), has offered free legal services to Georgians with low incomes who reside outside metro Atlanta in 154 of the state’s 159 counties. We believe everyone has a right to high quality legal services regardless of location. Our nonprofit law firm exists to ensure qualifying Georgians have access to quality legal services from trusted advocates and partners. Our 10 regional offices provide free legal services in the areas of family law, housing, access to public benefits, eviction prevention, farmworkers rights, and access to education.
GLSP is currently looking for a Director of Development & Communications. The Director of Development & Communications will work closely with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, and GLSP Leadership and Staff to develop and implement a fundraising strategy that supports the advancement of GLSP’s mission and ensures its sustainability. This role will be an integral part of GLSP’s leadership with the... responsibility of guiding the organization into its 50th anniversary in 2021 and beyond.
Education, Experience and Qualification Requirements
Salary is dependent upon experience and qualifications. GLSP offers excellent fringe benefits. A resume, cover letter, and writing sample should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GLSP invites all applicants to include in their cover letter a statement about how your unique background and/or experiences might contribute to the diversity, cultural vitality, and perspective of our staff and legal services practice. GLSP is an Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of Georgia Legal Services Program not to discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, pregnancy, medical condition, national origin, disability, marital or other protected status. GLSP values a diverse work environment and strongly encourages women, people of color, people who identify as LGBTQ, people with disabilities, and people who have experienced poverty or homelessness to apply