Careers

Please contact us if you’re interested in sharing an employment opportunity on this page. Submissions are shared at the discretion of our team. Here are the open positions at the National Disability Rights Network:

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Network Wide Opportunities

  • Staff Attorney

    Disability Rights Center of Virgin Islands

    Under the supervision of the Executive Director, or an immediate supervisor, the staff attorney renders legal services to eligible persons and groups consistent with professional ethics and the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct.

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  • Assistant Clients’ Rights Advocate 1 (Bilingual-English/Spanish)

    Disability Rights California

    The ACRA assists and advocates for people with developmental disabilities who are regional center clients, including people who reside in state developmental centers and community facilities

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  • Mental Health Policy Fellow

    Disability Rights Texas

    The primary role of the Policy Fellow is to engage in intersectional child, youth, and family mental health and disability policy and advocacy.

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  • Monitor

    Arizona Center for Disability Law

    The Monitor will conduct in-person site reviews throughout Arizona

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  • Staff Advocate or Staff Attorney

    Arizona Center for Disability Law

    Responsible for providing legally based advocacy services with the assistance of the Program Coordinator

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External Opportunities

  • Spanish Interpretation Instructor

    Alta Language Services

    ALTA Language Services, Inc. is seeking a seasoned, professional interpreter responsible for successfully supporting training students as they practice interpretation skills. Interpretation coaches are responsible for utilizing the curriculum and methods set forth by ALTA Language Services.

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  • Disability Rights Director

    The DRD will be responsible for developing and implementing all strategies and investigations related to the disability rights program of the organization. This spans member engagement & relationship building, investigation research, implementation and management.

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  • Administrative Support Person

    Self Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE)

    The SABE Support Person will provide administrative, “behind the scenes” support to SABE Board members so that they may fully participate in SABE-related activities. This job is 20 hours per week and is located in Washington, D.C.

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