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OPLC is looking for a new Director! Click here for details

OPLC is excited about the prospect of moving forward with a new Director. Here are the details:

The Ohio Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit advocacy organization pursuing statewide policy and systemic advocacy to enforce, protect, and expand the rights of low-income Ohioans, is seeking a Director. The Center is committed to aggressive advocacy through the courts, legislative and administrative bodies, and media. The Center supports and works collaboratively with Ohio’s legal aid programs, as well as other community, advocacy, and client groups. This is an important and exciting time for a new Director because Ohio’s legal aid programs have recently committed to a new and higher level of coordination and commitment to systemic advocacy. The Center’s new Director will have the opportunity and responsibility to lead this effort. For more information on the Center please visit

At this critical time, the Center needs a visionary leader who can grow the Center’s affirmative legislative and administrative advocacy efforts and enhance the positive brand of the Center. The Director will be expected to participate directly in these advocacy efforts. The Director will also have overall responsibility for resource development, working closely with a talented director of development and fully engaged Board to create and implement a development plan. The Center has a solid funding base from the Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation, but needs to diversify and expand its funding to allow it to expand to meet the many challenges facing those who depend on its work. The Center is overseen by the Ohio State Legal Services Association, as are the Legal Aid Society of Columbus and Southeastern Ohio Legal Services, and the Center can draw on these affiliations in advancing its mission.

A law degree is definitely preferred, but non-attorneys will be considered if they bring a strong background in the type of work done by the Center, especially in the area of legislative advocacy. Candidates must have demonstrated leadership, management and advocacy experience, preferably in support of the rights of low-income people. Legislative experience is strongly desired. Experience in strategic planning for use of resources and in development of resources is also preferred.

Salary: $80,000 – 110,000, plus generous benefits.


To apply: Send resume with details as to how your background and experience address the qualifications outlined above to Position open until filled. To receive full consideration, please submit your application materials by December 20, 2014.


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