"I would like to thank the entire team at Student Legal for their hard work, care and professional dedication in my daughter's case.
The group was understanding, considerate and communicated wonderfully. The end result was very positive, but the entire process was first class."
SLS is hiring!
Student Legal Services is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Outreach Coordinator (AOC).
* MUST BE ABLE TO MAKE A TWO YEAR COMMITTMENT: 10 hours per week commitment is required for the first year as the Assistant Outreach Coordinator (AOC). In the second year, the ACO will assume the position of Outreach Coordinator (OC) which has a 20 hour per week commitment. The second year appointment is contingent upon satisfactory job performance and funding availability. APPLICANT MUST BE AVAILABLE DURING THE SUMMERS.
Application deadline: Wednesday, March 8, 2017, at 4:30 pm
Position Dates: May 15, 2017 – May 31, 2019
-- Must be able to make a two year commitment: 10 hours per week, 1st year; 20 hours per week 2nd year
-- Must be a UI student of Junior standing (60 semester hours) at the end of the 2017 spring semester
-- Must be in good standing with college and University
-- Plan to attend law school
-- Previous experience within a legal setting, student government, or student organization
-- Marketing experience
-- Interest in student advocacy
Job Duties Include:
* Organize educational outreach programs.
* Prepare Quarterly/Yearly Reports for the office.
* Publicize office services and events.
* Assist in office duties, answer phones, greet clients, make appointments, and other administrative tasks.
AOC Compensation: $3,600.
OC Compensation (2nd year): $7,200.
To Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter by email to: email@example.com.
Please email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Person: Kim Spurlin
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