CLASSIFIEDS
PRO BONO COORDINATOR
Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW), the
designated Protection and Advocacy system
for people with disabilities, is seeking a Pro
Bono Coordinator for its Victim Advocacy
Programs. This position will be responsible
for the development and implementation of a
voluntary attorney recruitment, training and
retention program.

Minimum requirements are JD and member
of the Wisconsin Bar or eligible. Competitive
salary and benefits. To apply see job
announcement at
www.disabilityrightswi.org and apply
online.  

EEO/AA Employer committed to diverse
workforce. Members of racial/ethnic minority
groups and persons with disabilities strongly
encouraged to apply.
Resume and cover
letter must be received by 5 pm, June
22, 2018.
            Fundraising and Communications Coordinator

Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW), the designated Protection and Advocacy system for
people with disabilities, is seeking a
Fundraising and Communications
Coordinator
. In this position you will be responsible to coordinate DRW’s fundraising
activities and external communications and support the Executive Director and Board
members in their fund development efforts. The Coordinator will engage with prospects
to generate major gifts as well as coordinate annual appeals. In concert with this
primary responsibility, the Coordinator will generate public communications to raise the
profile of DRW’s efforts to improve the lives of Wisconsinites with disabilities, highlight
our advocacy and build support for DRW and its mission.

The ideal candidate will be passionate about DRW’s mission, creative, tech-savvy, and
have excellent communication and organizational skills. Minimum requirements are
bachelor’s degree, CFRE accreditation a plus. Competitive salary and benefits.  

To apply see job announcement at
http://www.disabilityrightswi.org/about/careers/ and apply online by Noon on
Monday, July 9, 2018.
 

                EEO/AA Employer committed to diverse workforce. Members of
            racial/ethnic minority groups and persons with disabilities strongly
                                             encouraged to apply.
                                        IT Help Desk (LTE)

Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW), the designated Protection and Advocacy system for
people with disabilities, is seeking an IT Support Specialist (LTE). This position will
provide support to staff in all four offices, perform helpdesk support and
troubleshooting, and maintain the DRW IT inventory and documentation. This position
will be involved in supporting several projects that need to be completed by the end of
September. The IT Support Specialist will report to the IT Manager.

The ideal candidate will be proficient in Windows 10 and Office 365, have 2+ years’
experience proving support and strong problem-solving skills and attention to detail.  
This is a LTE position through 8/30/2018 with a possibility of extension. Apply online at
http://www.disabilityrightswi.org/about/careers/.  

              EEO/AA Employer committed to diverse workforce. Members of
          racial/ethnic minority groups and persons with disabilities strongly
                                           encouraged to apply.
                                          Investigator

Disability Rights Wisconsin is hiring investigators to work with DRW’s new Protection
and Advocacy Program for Beneficiaries with Representative Payees program for a new
program with Social Security. This position will be responsible for scheduling,
conducting and completing detailed reports on compliance reviews of both
organizational and individual representative payees. In addition, verify that the
representative payee is using the benefits properly on behalf of the beneficiary.  
Qualified candidates will have an associate's or bachelor's degree in the provision of
advocacy services on behalf of vulnerable populations as well as three years
compliance testing or investigating
, and have space for a secure home office.

To apply see job announcement at
http://www.disabilityrightswi.org/about/careers/ and apply online.

EEO/AA Employer committed to diverse workforce. Members of racial/ethnic minority
groups and persons with disabilities strongly encouraged to apply.
Resume and
cover letter must be received by Midnight, July 8, 2018.