Employment Opportunities

FINANCIAL OFFICER/GRANTS COMPLIANCE MANAGER

Full or Part-Time

Seeking an experienced, highly organized, and self-motivated individual to serve as the chief financial officer and grants compliance manager for its programs. Under PBRC’s COVID-19 safety protocols, social distancing must be adhered to during in-person interactions whenever possible, all staff and volunteers must be vaccinated unless subject to an exemption, and top-of-the-line PPE, including an N95 mask, is provided. The position can be full-or part-time and will be primarily remote. Competitive salary, dependent on experience.

PARALEGAL

Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP)

Seeking a bright, highly organized, and self-motivated individual to join the Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP) which focuses on providing free legal help to tenants and consumers who cannot afford to hire lawyers. The Paralegal is responsible for providing support to staff attorneys and volunteers participating at in-court and remote legal clinics serving tenants and consumers, including eviction defense work, debt collection defense and rent escrow cases. The Paralegal completes intake processes by phone and with those coming to court, collects and inputs client and volunteer data, conducts follow up communications with clients and volunteers, and contributes to the overall mission of the CAP team. Under PBRC’s COVID-19 safety protocols, social distancing must be adhered to during in-person interactions whenever possible, all staff and volunteers must be vaccinated unless subject to an exemption, and top-of-the-line PPE, including an N95 mask, is provided. This position currently involves a combination of in-person and remote work.

REMOTE DATA ENTRY SPECIALIST

Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP)

Seeking a bright, highly organized, and self-motivated individual to join the Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP), which focuses on providing free legal help to tenants and consumers who cannot afford to hire lawyers. The Remote Data Entry Specialist is responsible for entering and maintaining client and volunteer data, conducting follow up communications with clients and volunteers, and contributing to the overall mission of the CAP team.

SERVICE COORDINATOR

Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP)

Seeking a bright, highly organized, and self-motivated individual to join the Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP), which focuses on providing free legal help to tenants and consumers who cannot afford to hire lawyers. The Service Coordinator serves as the primary point of contact for tenants and clients who need supportive services outside of legal representation, especially rental assistance funds. The Service Coordinator is also responsible for providing administrative and logistical support to the CAP Director and other Team members and contributes to the overall mission of the CAP team.  At present, the position entails remote work, but that is subject to change based on CAP needs. Under PBRC’s COVID-19 safety protocols, social distancing must be adhered to during in-person interactions whenever possible and all staff and volunteers must be vaccinated unless subject to an exemption. Top-of-the-line PPE, including an N95 mask, is provided.

STAFF ATTORNEY

Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP)

Seeking a bright, highly competent and conscientious attorney with a commitment to public interest lawyering to join its Courtroom Advocacy Project (CAP). CAP is an innovative, highly effective pro bono program providing day-of-court, limited scope representation to consumers and tenants in district court with the support of staff and volunteer attorneys. The CAP staff attorney is expected to develop an expertise in tenant and consumer advocacy in district court and to recruit, train, and mentor CAP volunteer attorneys. Because the CAP staff attorney will staff and coordinate multiple courthouse-based pro bono clinics per week, the ideal candidate for this position thrives in a fast-paced, sometimes varying work environment, enjoys representing clients in court multiple times per week, and is a cooperative, reliable team-player and self-starter. Applicants should be passionate about advocating for the rights of low-income consumers and tenants and enthusiastic about the opportunity to develop an expertise in limited scope, day-of-court legal triage and representation in district court. Under PBRC’s COVID-19 safety protocols, social distancing must be adhered to during in-person interactions whenever possible, all staff and volunteers must be vaccinated unless subject to an exemption, and top-of-the-line PPE, including an N95 mask, is provided. This position currently involves a combination of in-person and remote work.

PBRC engages and supports the Maryland legal community in meaningful and impactful volunteer service to ensure equal access to justice for those in need.