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Equal Opportunity Specialist, Office of Federal Contract Compliance, Department of Labor
The Office of Federal Contract Compliance conducts evaluation to determine if contractors' affirmative action programs contain acceptable hiring and promotion plans, plans and carries out conferences to discuss deficiencies and negotiates elimination of the same. Join the team! The Office is seeking volunteers to help support its mission. Volunteers can earn valuable experience towards attaining a career in the federal sector. For more information, including application instructions, see the Position Posting. Application deadline is September 7, 2015.
Assistant City Attorney, City of Burlington, VT
The City of Burlington is seeking an Assistant City Attorney to join the City's legal team. The Office handles a wide variety of legal matters ranging from traditional municipal tax and planning issues to cutting edge policy and political concerns. The position requires admission to the bar of Vermont, and six years of related work experience. For more information, including application instructions, see the Position Posting.
Project Director: Advancing Strategies to Align Programs, MLRI
The Massachusetts Law Reform Institute (MLRI) seeks a Project Director for its Advancing Strategies to Align Programs Project, for which it has received a one-year grant. The Project will support public policy advocacy to increase the share of low-income individuals and families in Massachusetts who receive and retain the full package of benefits for which they are eligible, with an emphasis on MassHealth and SNAP (food stamps). For more information, including application instructions, see the Position Posting. Application deadline is September 22, 2015.
Director of Risk Management, Colby College
The Director of Risk Management provides leadership for Colby's risk management and compliance functions. Among other duties, she/he will serve as an internal resource and coordinate institutional compliance and risk management activities. The director will oversee insurance management, contract review, claims management, and general compliance with higher education laws and regulations. Qualifications include Advanced degree with six or more years of experience in relevant setting. Higher education experience preferred. Juris Doctor; licensure to practice in Maine preferred. For more information, including application instructions, see the Position Posting.
Assistant Attorney General, Administrative Law Division, Government Bureau, AGO
Attorney General Healy is looking for an Assistant Attorney General to join the Administrative Law Division within the Government Bureau. This position represents state officials and agencies in litigation and appeals in state and federal courts regarding state policies, statutes, regulations, and administrative agency decisions. Applicants should have at least three years of litigation experience , and familiarity with constitutional, administrative law, civil procedure, and appellate procedure. For more information, including application instructions, see the Position Posting.
Applications must be received no later than August 31, 2015.
Associate, Affordable Housing Practice Group, Nixon Peabody
Nixon Peabody LLP's Real Estate, Energy & Community Development Department is looking to hire an Associate to join the Firm's Affordable Housing Practice Group. The ideal candidate will have three to six years of experience in real estate transactional work and a strong interest in housing issues. Knowledge of federal and state affordable housing and community development programs and regulations is a plus. Experience closing affordable housing transactions in Massachusetts is strongly preferred. For more information, see the Position Posting.
For consideration, please visit the Firm's website to apply online.
Associate or Agent (Patent Group), Saul Ewing LLP
Saul Ewing is currently seeking an exceptional mid-level associate or patent agent to join the firm's growing intellectual property practice in the Boston office. The successful candidate will have 3-5 years drafting and prosecuting patent applications, assisting in the preparation of opinions in the life sciences and conducting prior art searches. Candidates should have at least a Master's degree in Ph.D. in molecular biology, immunology, or a related discipline. Candidates should be admitted to practice before the USPTO. For more information, including application instructions, see the Position Posting.
Attorney Development Manager, Goodwin Procter LLP
This position manages Boston Litigation first through third year associates, department attorneys, and discovery attorneys, among other duties. Qualifications include 5+ years of related experience, preferably in a large law firm environment. For more information, including application instructions, see the Position Posting.
Interns, Committee for Public Counsel Services
The Committee for Public Counsel Services is currently seeking interns in the following offices for the fall and/or the spring: Quincy District, Fall River District, Mental Health Administrative Office, Springfield CAFL, Boston CAFL, Hyannis CAFL, Lowell CAFL, and Brocton CAFL. For more information, including application instructions, see the CPCS Job Page.
Bilingual Client Services Specialist, Mystic Valley Elder Services
The Bilingual Client Services Specialist is responsible for verifying eligibility for Title 3C clients to receive home delivered meals and conducting reassessments with clients who are currently participating in the program. The role also includes the ongoing monitoring of client needs and the provision of information and referral services to assist in addressing those needs. Qualifications include fluency in English and Cantonese, and high school diploma, AA degree in Social Work or related field preferred. For more information, see the Position Posting.
Bilingual Geriatric Support Services Coordinator, Mystic Valley Elder Services
The Bilingual Senior Care Options (SCO) Geriatric Support Services Coordinator (GSSC) is responsible for assessing consumers for need and aligibility for in-home services, recommending/approving service plans, providing information on available resources, and coordinating in-home/community services, among other duties. Qualifications include a Bachelor's degree in Social Work or a related field and fluency in English and Mandarin. Social Work license preferred. For more information, see the Position Posting.
Bilingual Health Services Care Manager, Mystic Valley Elder Services
The Bilingual Health Services Care Manager, within the framework of the ASAP regulations, determines program eligibility and provides a consumer centered approach to assessment, service acquisition, reassessment, and monitoring of the services for the state home care and specialized MassHealth funded programs, to assist elders to live independently in the community. Qualifications include a Bachelor's degree in Social work or a related field and fluency in English and Cantonese. Social Work license preferred. For more information, see the Position Posting.
Associate, Peabody & Arnold LLP
Mid-sized firm on Boston's waterfront with national insurance coverage and monitoring practice seeks associate with 1 to 4 years experience. Coverage, litigation and/or M&S experience preferable. For more information, including application instructions, see the Position Posting.
Counsel II, Department of Housing and Community Development
This position provides legal services and support to Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) staff, with a focus on real estate development, and affordable housing finance programs by DHCD. As needed, provides legal services and support as Hearing Officer to the Housing Appeals Committee (HAC). Qualifications include three years of full-time, or equivalent part-time, professional experience in the practice of law. For more information, see the Position Posting.
Assistant Counsel, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston seeks an Assistant Counsel to join a small, dynamic team of lawyers that provides research, legal advice, and counsel on a variety of topics and issues. Requirements include 3-5 years broad-based corporate law experience as a practicing attorney in a law firm or an in-house legal function. Experience in employment law, procurement, drafting, and negotiating contracts and vendor agreements, and tenant leasing preferred. Payment, copyright, trademark, IT and/or cybersecurity law experience a plus but not required. For more information, see the Position Posting. To apply, visit the Bank Careers Page.
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