Los Servicios Legales de Oregon (LASO) son un programa de servicios legales eficaces y de alta calidad cuya misión es lograr justicia para las comunidades con bajos ingresos de Oregon.

Los LASO hacen hincapié en las áreas del derecho en las que esas necesidades son mayores y en las que la representación y la defensoría pueden tener el mayor impacto para los residentes vulnerables de Oregon.

Oportunidades de empleo actuales

Los Servicios Legales de Oregon apoyan la decisión de la Corte Suprema de Oregon de otorgar privilegios de diploma a los graduados de facultades de derecho en 2020 y no discriminarán en la contratación de abogados aceptados en el Colegio de Abogados mediante privilegios de diploma.

Los Servicios Legales de Oregon brindan un ambiente laboral de apoyo, desafiante y humanista que es propicio para el crecimiento profesional. Buscamos miembros del personal que estén comprometidos con la justicia para residentes con bajos ingresos de Oregon, dispuestos a trabajar en equipo y que tengan buen criterio, iniciativa y una actitud positiva en general. Los puestos de abogados requieren excelentes conocimientos prácticos jurídico-legales, y la mayoría requieren un interés por los litigios.

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Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) seeks a bilingual (Spanish/English) director for its Farmworker Program. The Farmworker Program represents migrant and seasonal farm, nursery and forestry workers primarily in employment, housing and civil rights cases. This position is eligible for a partial remote work option.

Background
LASO is a non-profit organization that represents low-income clients in civil cases. LASO’s eight regional offices serve the general low-income population throughout the state and two specialized statewide programs provide services to farmworkers and representation on Native American issues. LASO is an effective, high-quality legal services program committed to advocacy strategies with the broadest possible impact on client community problems. LASO is actively working to build an inclusive organizational culture that centers on racial equity. We are committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and providing a welcoming and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients.

The Farmworker Program consists of eight staff, including attorneys and paralegal/outreach workers. Most of our clients speak Spanish and/or one of the Mesoamerican indigenous languages such as Mixteco. We emphasize areas of the law that community members tell us are most important to them and where representation and advocacy can achieve long term change. We work together with our clients to overcome the challenges they face including systemic racism, unpaid wages, poor working conditions, unsafe housing, and other forms of discrimination and retaliation for the exercise of their legal rights. We use strategies including community education, legal representation, and systemic advocacy.

Responsibilities
The Farmworker Program Director leads the Program is providing high quality effective advocacy that produces a significant positive impact upon the client population. The Director is responsible for the functioning of all aspects of the Program. The Director will have an independent caseload and in that respect will have all the duties of a staff attorney. The Director will also be involved in community education and outreach to migrant labor camps, which may include occasional overnight travel.

Requirements
We seek applicants who have:

  • Proven interest in and commitment to advocacy for low-income communities and other vulnerable populations
  • Demonstrated understanding and commitment to anti-bias principles, cultural knowledge, cultural humility, and addressing systemic racism and other forms of oppression;
  • A minimum of five years of legal experience, including substantial litigation experience;
  • Excellent legal and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Membership in the Oregon bar, eligibility for reciprocity or a willingness to take the next bar exam;
  • A high degree of initiative and willingness to work both independently and collaboratively;
  • Ability to speak, read and write Spanish;
  • Willingness to work occasional evenings and weekends as needed to meet client needs; and
  • A valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle to travel.

Salary/Benefits
Compensation is based on a 35-hour work week. The salary range is $88,700 – 96,200 for 5-10 years’ experience and $97,700 – $120,200 for 11-30 years’ experience annually; salaries are determined by relevant work experience. An additional $4,300 to $5,700 annually for bilingual ability, depending on proficiency. Full benefits package including individual and family health, vision, and dental insurance coverage; 6% employer retirement contribution; generous paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; and paid moving expenses. 

Closing date
Position open until filled. Review of applications to begin on August 12, 2024.

Applications
Send resume and letter of interest to:

Jeremy Aliason

centraljobs@lasoregon.org

Supplemental question
As a part of your letter of interest, please address the following:

LASO is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace centered on equity and providing an inclusive, welcoming, and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients. How have your personal background and experiences, professional or otherwise, prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural responsiveness and diversity?

If you require reasonable accommodation for a disability during the application/hiring process, please contact Meghan Collins, Director of Administration, at Meghan.Collins@lasoregon.org. 

We celebrate diversity
LASO is committed to being an organization that reflects the communities we serve and is diverse in race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national origin, or sensory, mental and physical abilities, work background, experience and education. We believe that the outcome of such diversity is our greatest strength and a matter of basic human fairness. It is to this end that we strongly encourage applications from people of color and people from any other underrepresented and historically marginalized group to apply for this position.

Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is seeking a full-time Legal Assistant / Intake Specialist for a two-year contract in its office in Portland. This position is open due to new grant funding obtained by the office. This position is eligible for a partial remote work option. 

Background 

LASO is a statewide non-profit organization that represents low-income clients in civil cases. LASO’s offices serve the general low-income population throughout the state and two specialized statewide programs provide additional services related to farmworker and Native American issues. LASO is an effective, high-quality legal services program.  We are committed to advocacy and litigation strategies having the broadest possible beneficial impact on problems common in our client’s communities. LASO is actively working to build an inclusive organizational culture that centers on racial equity. We are committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and providing a welcoming and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients.   

The Portland Regional Office of LASO serves a poverty population of more than 220,000. The office serves Multnomah, Clackamas, Hood River, Sherman and Wasco counties, a diverse service area requiring the ability to work effectively with individuals from different cultures and backgrounds. The Portland Office has adopted a race equity agenda to guide its work with clients as well as its internal operations. The office has a strong commitment to building an inclusive, diverse workplace. 

Responsibilities 

  • Answer high volume incoming calls and assist walk-ins.  
  • Screen and schedule potential clients.  
  • Provide detailed referral information.  
  • Identify legal issues.  
  • Meet the clerical needs of a busy law office.  
  • Process incoming and outgoing mail. 
  • File client documents internally. 
  • Create and destroy client files. 
  • Maintain stock of brochures and other self-help legal materials. 
  • Other receptionist /office support tasks as needed.

Qualifications 

Candidates should be bilingual in English and Spanish, or another language commonly spoken by our client population. Candidates should have a minimum of 2 years of experience working in a customer service-oriented call center, law firm, legal clinic, or equivalent environment. The position requires excellent people skills and emotional intelligence. The position also requires the ability and willingness to work as part of an interdisciplinary and interdependent team, to work effectively with trauma survivors, and to spend a majority of hours answering phones. In addition, the ideal candidate should have some computer and technology competence, and word processing skills. We’re looking for an organized and efficient person with a cheerful ability to deal with complex office procedures and a high volume of potential clients who may be in crisis and who are usually facing difficult problems.   

Salary/Benefits 

Compensation is based on a 35-hour work week. Salary range is $44,200 – 49,700 for 0-5 years’ experience; $50,800 – 55,200 for 6-10 years’ experience and $56,300 – $66,200 for 11-20 years’ experience annually; salaries are determined by relevant work experience and our Collective Bargaining Agreement. Additional compensation of $4,300 to $5,700 is available annually for bilingual ability, depending on proficiency. Full benefits package including individual and family health, vision, and dental insurance coverage; 6% employer retirement contribution; generous paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; and paid moving expenses.   

Closing Date 

Position open until filled. Review of applications to begin on July 1st, 2024. 

Applications 

Send resume and letter of interest to: 

Emily Brown-Sitnick 

projobs@lasoregon.org 

Supplemental question 

As a part of your letter of interest, please address the following: 

LASO is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace centered on equity and providing an inclusive, welcoming, and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients. How have your personal background and experiences, professional or otherwise, prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural responsiveness and diversity? 

If you require reasonable accommodation for a disability during the application/hiring process, please contact Meghan Collins, Director of Administration, at Meghan.Collins@lasoregon.org.  

We celebrate diversity

LASO is committed to being an organization that reflects the communities we serve and is diverse in race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national origin, or sensory, mental and physical abilities, work background, experience and education. We believe that the outcome of such diversity is our greatest strength and a matter of basic human fairness. It is to this end that we strongly encourage applications from people of color and people from any other underrepresented and historically marginalized group to apply for this position. 

Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is seeking an attorney for a two-year contract position in its Portland Regional Office. This position is open due to new grant funding. This position is eligible for a partial remote work option.

Background
LASO is a non-profit organization that represents low-income clients in civil cases. LASO’s eight regional offices serve the general low-income population throughout the state and two specialized statewide programs focused on services to farmworkers and on issues impacting Native Americans. LASO is an effective, high-quality legal services program that is committed to advocacy strategies having the broadest possible impact on client community problems.  

The Portland Regional Office of LASO serves a poverty population of more than 220,000. The office serves Multnomah, Clackamas, Hood River, Sherman and Wasco counties, a diverse service area requiring the ability to work effectively with individuals from different cultures and backgrounds. The Portland Office has adopted a race equity agenda to guide its work with clients as well as its internal operations. The office has a strong commitment to building an inclusive, diverse workplace. 

Responsibilities
The staff attorney will be responsible for maintaining a varied litigation-focused poverty law caseload that will contain family law focusing on domestic violence and protective orders, housing law, elder law, employment law and other substantive areas as assigned by the Regional Director based on priority setting.  The attorney will handle all aspects of legal representation including initial client contact, pleading preparation, research, file maintenance, working with support staff, and hearing and trial work. 

Qualifications
3+ years of litigation practice in Oregon. Current Oregon State Bar membership is required. Proven interest in and commitment to advocacy for the legal rights of low-income and other vulnerable populations. Demonstrated enthusiasm, creativity, good judgment, initiative, and willingness to work as a team. Bilingual in English and Spanish strongly preferred but not required.

Salary/Benefits
Compensation is based on a 35-hour work week. Salary range is $66,200 – 73,700 for 0-5 years’ experience; $75,200 – 81,200 for 6-10 years’ experience and $82,700 – $105,200 for 11-30 years’ experience annually; salaries are determined by relevant work experience and our Collective Bargaining Agreement. Additional $4,300 to $5,700 annually for bilingual ability, depending on proficiency. Full benefits package including individual and family health, vision, and dental insurance coverage; 6% employer retirement contribution; generous paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; and paid moving expenses.  

Closing Date
Review of resumes to begin July 15, 2024. The position will remain open until filled.

Applications
Send resume and letter of interest to:

Emily Brown-Sitnick

projobs@lasoregon.org

Supplemental question
LASO is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace centered on equity and providing an inclusive, welcoming, and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients. How have your personal background and experiences, professional or otherwise, prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural responsiveness and diversity?

If you require reasonable accommodation for a disability during the application/hiring process, please contact Meghan Collins, Director of Administration, at Meghan.Collins@lasoregon.org.

We celebrate diversity
LASO is committed to being an organization that reflects the communities we serve and is diverse in race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national origin, or sensory, mental and physical abilities, work background, experience and education. We believe that the outcome of such diversity is our greatest strength and a matter of basic human fairness. It is to this end that we strongly encourage applications from people of color and people from any other underrepresented and historically marginalized group to apply for this position.

The Albany Regional Office of Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is a seeking full-time attorney to provide residential eviction defense services to low-income tenants including tenant rights advice, negotiation with adverse parties, and representation in F.E.D. trials in circuit court. This is a grant funded position of limited duration, currently funded through the end of 2025. This position is eligible for a partial remote work option.

Background
LASO is a non-profit organization that represents low-income clients in civil cases. LASO’s eight regional offices serve the general low-income population throughout the state and two specialized statewide programs provide services to farmworkers and representation on Native American issues. LASO is an effective, high-quality legal services program that is committed to advocacy strategies having the broadest possible impact on client community problems. LASO is actively working to build an inclusive organizational culture that centers on racial equity. LASO is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and providing a welcoming and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients.

The Albany Regional Office provides advice and representation to low-income residents in Linn and Benton counties. Located in the Willamette Valley at the confluence of the Calapooia River and the Willamette River in both Linn and Benton counties, just 20 minutes east of Corvallis and about 30 minutes south of Salem. Albany has a population of around 56,000 while Corvallis boasts a population of just under 60,000.

Responsibilities
The attorney will handle a housing caseload of clients who have been served residential termination notices or who have active eviction cases filed in circuit court. The attorney will regularly appear in eviction court. Responsibilities include regular review of eviction docket filings, outreach to and collaboration with community-based partners for tenant education, and creation of tenant-facing resources. The position will provide representation in Linn and Benton counties, in circuit courts and justice court.

Qualifications
Current Oregon State Bar membership required. Proven interest in and commitment to advocacy for the legal rights of low-income Oregonians. Enthusiasm, creativity, good judgment, initiative, and willingness to work collaboratively. Demonstrated understanding and commitment to anti-bias principles, cultural competency and addressing systemic racism. LASO has a hiring preference for candidates who are bilingual in Spanish and/or another language frequently spoken by the communities we serve.

Salary/Benefits
Compensation is based on a 35-hour work week. Salary range is $66,200 – 73,700 for 0-5 years’ experience; $75,200 – 81,200 for 6-10 years’ experience and $82,700 – $105,200 for 11-30 years’ experience annually; salaries are determined by relevant work experience and our Collective Bargaining Agreement. Additional $4,300 to $5,700 annually for bilingual ability, depending on proficiency. Full benefits package including individual and family health, vision, and dental insurance coverage; 6% employer retirement contribution; generous paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; and paid moving expenses.

Closing Date
Open until filled. Reviews of resumes to begin on August 30, 2024.

Applications
Send resume and letter of interest to:

Alivia Stretch

albanyjobs@lasoregon.org

Supplemental question
Please provide a written response to the following question and submit it as part of your application materials. Limit response to 500 words.

LASO is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace centered on equity and providing an inclusive, welcoming, and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients. How have your personal background and experiences, professional or otherwise, prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural responsiveness and diversity?

If you require reasonable accommodation for a disability during the application/hiring process, please contact Meghan Collins, Director of Administration, at Meghan.Collins@lasoregon.org. 

We celebrate diversity
LASO is committed to being an organization that reflects the communities we serve and is diverse in race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national origin, or sensory, mental and physical abilities, work background, experience and education. We believe that the outcome of such diversity is our greatest strength and a matter of basic human fairness. It is to this end that we strongly encourage applications from people of color and people from any other underrepresented and historically marginalized group to apply for this position.

Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is seeking a full-time staff attorney with a minimum of 2 years of experience. The attorney in this position teams up with two other pro bono attorneys to help manage multiple pro bono projects and a case catalog for direct referrals on legal issues critical to low-income communities. This position is based in Portland, Oregon, and is eligible for a partial remote work option.

Background
LASO is a non-profit statewide law firm that represents low-income clients in civil cases. LASO’s eight regional offices serve the general low-income population throughout the state and two specialized statewide programs focused on services to farmworkers and on issues impacting Native Americans. LASO is an effective, high-quality legal services program that is committed to advocacy strategies having the broadest possible impact on client communities. LASO is actively working to build an inclusive organizational culture that centers on racial equity. LASO is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and providing a welcoming and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients.

Responsibilities
The attorney in this position is responsible for creating and maintaining excellent relationships with the private bar and helping to operate pro bono projects. The staff attorney/pro bono coordinator will be responsible for conducting client intake, recruiting, and mentoring pro bono attorneys, coordinating the daily operation of pro bono projects and some contract management. The functions of this position will include advising clients on legal matters but will not generally include representing clients. The attorney in this position will work with LASO Regional Offices, including extensive work with the Portland Regional Office of LASO to develop and support pro bono programs statewide.

Qualifications
Proven interest in and commitment to advocacy for the legal rights of low-income and other vulnerable communities. Enthusiasm, creativity, good judgment, initiative, strong organization skills, and willingness to work collaboratively. Experience coordinating volunteers, project management and knowledge of family law, DV/SA, elder law, consumer, and expungement law is preferred. The applicant must have strong legal advocacy, writing and communication skills. Demonstrated understanding and commitment to anti-bias principles, cultural competency and addressing systemic racism and other forms of oppression. LASO has a hiring preference for candidates who are bilingual in Spanish and/or another language and are members of the Oregon State Bar.

Salary/ Benefits
Compensation is based on a 35-hour work week. Salary range is $66,200 – 73,700 for 0-5 years’ experience; $75,200 – 81,200 for 6-10 years’ experience and $82,700 – $105,200 for 11-30 years’ experience annually; salaries are determined by relevant work experience and our Collective Bargaining Agreement. Additional $4,300 to $5,700 annually for bilingual ability, depending on proficiency. Full benefits package including individual and family health, vision, and dental insurance coverage; 6% employer retirement contribution; generous paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; and paid moving expenses.

Closing Date
Open until filled. Review of resumes is ongoing.

Applications
Send resume and letter of interest to: probonojobs@lasoregon.org

As a part of your letter of interest, please address the following: LASO PRO is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace centered on equity and providing an inclusive, welcoming, and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients. Please address how your personal background and experiences, professional or otherwise, have prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural responsiveness and diversity.

We celebrate diversity.
LASO is committed to being an organization that reflects the communities we serve and is diverse in race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national origin, or sensory, mental and physical abilities, work background, experience and education. We believe that the outcome of such diversity is our greatest strength and a matter of basic human fairness. It is to this end that we strongly encourage applications from people of color and people from any other underrepresented and historically marginalized group to apply for this position.

The Central Oregon Regional Office of Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) located in Bend is a seeking full-time attorney to provide residential eviction defense services to low-income tenants including tenant rights advice, negotiation with adverse parties, and representation in F.E.D. trials in circuit court. This is a grant funded position of limited duration, currently funded through the end of 2025. This position is eligible for a partial remote work option.

Background
LASO is a non-profit organization that represents low-income clients in civil cases. LASO’s eight regional offices serve the general low-income population throughout the state and two specialized statewide programs focused on services to farmworkers and on issues impacting Native Americans. LASO is an effective, high-quality legal services program that is committed to advocacy strategies having the broadest possible impact on client community problems. committed to advocacy strategies having the broadest possible impact on client community problems. LASO is actively working to build an inclusive organizational culture that centers on racial equity. We are committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and providing a welcoming and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients.

Responsibilities
The attorney will handle a housing caseload of clients who have been served residential termination notices or who have active eviction cases filed in circuit court. The attorney will regularly appear in eviction court. Responsibilities include regular review of eviction docket filings, outreach to and collaboration with community-based partners for tenant education, and creation of tenant-facing resources. The position will provide representation in Deschutes, Jefferson and Crook counties. Applicants who wish to work remotely will be considered but not preferred; preference will be given to candidates local to Central Oregon or willing to relocate. 

Qualifications
Proven interest in and commitment to advocacy for the legal rights of low-income Oregonians. Enthusiasm, creativity, good judgment, initiative, and willingness to work collaboratively. Demonstrated understanding and commitment to anti-bias principles, cultural competency and addressing systemic racism. LASO has a hiring preference for candidates who are bilingual in Spanish and/or another language frequently spoken by the communities we serve.

Salary/Benefits
Compensation is based on a 35-hour work week. Salary range is $66,200 – 73,700 for 0-5 years’ experience; $75,200 – 81,200 for 6-10 years’ experience and $82,700 – $105,200 for 11-30 years’ experience annually; salaries are determined by relevant work experience and our Collective Bargaining Agreement. Additional compensation of $4,300 to $5,700 is available annually for bilingual ability, depending on proficiency. Full benefits package including individual and family health, vision, and dental insurance coverage; 6% employer retirement contribution; generous paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; and paid moving expenses.  

Closing Date
Open until filled. Review of resumes is ongoing.

Applications
Send resume and letter of interest to:

bendjobs@lasoregon.org

Supplemental question
As a part of your letter of interest, please address the following:

LASO is committed to building a culturally diverse workplace centered on equity and providing an inclusive, welcoming, and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients. How have your personal background and experiences, professional or otherwise, prepared you to contribute to our commitment to cultural responsiveness and diversity?

If you require reasonable accommodation for a disability during the application/hiring process, please contact Meghan Collins, Director of Administration, at Meghan.Collins@lasoregon.org. 

We celebrate diversity
LASO is committed to being an organization that reflects the communities we serve and is diverse in race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national origin, or sensory, mental and physical abilities, work background, experience and education. We believe that the outcome of such diversity is our greatest strength and a matter of basic human fairness. It is to this end that we strongly encourage applications from people of color and people from any other underrepresented and historically marginalized group to apply for this position.

Legal Aid Services of Oregon (LASO) is seeking a Regional Director for its Salem office. The Salem Regional Director leads an office of one supervising attorney, five staff attorneys, three support staff and two temporary, grant-funded positions. 
 
Background 
 
LASO is a non-profit organization that represents low-income clients in civil cases. LASO’s eight regional offices serve the general low-income population throughout the state and two specialized statewide programs provide services to farmworkers and representation on Native American issues. LASO is an effective, high-quality legal services program committed to advocacy strategies that will have a demonstrable effect on community problems. LASO is actively working to build an inclusive organizational culture that centers on racial equity. LASO is committed to recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce and providing a welcoming and culturally responsive environment for our staff and clients.    

The Salem office serves the civil legal needs of low-income residents in Marion and Polk counties.  

Nestled in the lush Willamette Valley, Salem is the state’s capital and a dynamic midsize city. Home to an array of vineyards and an annual arts festival as well as boasting proximity to both skiing and the Oregon Coast, Cherry City offers a well-rounded lifestyle. In Marion County, you’ll find tulip and hot air balloon festivals, numerous pumpkin patches, as well as the lovely natural oases of Minto-Brown Island and Silver Falls State Park. The city provides an ideal, family-friendly setting to establish your career and create a lasting home for your family. 

Responsibilities

The Regional Director is responsible for the office’s overall effectiveness. Duties include supervising legal work; mentoring and overseeing the career development of staff; planning and priority setting; grant compliance; budget management; and maintaining good relations within the office and with community organizations and the private bar. The Regional Director also has a small independent caseload and, in that respect, has all the duties of a staff attorney. 

Qualifications 

Five years of legal experience required. Proven interest in and commitment to advocacy for the legal rights of low-income and other vulnerable clients. Legal aid experience or demonstrable involvement in poverty law issues, such as domestic violence/family law, public benefits, and housing. Substantial litigation experience and excellent legal skills. This position requires excellent communication skills and the ability to promote community visibility, awareness, and collaboration. Enthusiasm, creativity, good judgment, initiative, and willingness to work collaboratively. Demonstrated understanding of and commitment to anti-bias principles, cultural competency and addressing systemic racism and other forms of oppression. LASO has a hiring preference for candidates who are bilingual in Spanish and/or another language and are members of the Oregon State Bar. 

Salary/Benefits 

Compensation is based on a 35-hour work week. Salary range is $88,700 – 96,200 for 5-10 years’ experience and $97,700 – $120,200 for 11-30 years’ experience annually; salaries are determined by relevant work experience. An additional $4,300 to $5,700 annually for bilingual ability, depending on proficiency. Full benefits package including individual and family health, vision, and dental insurance coverage; 6% employer retirement contribution; generous paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; and paid moving expenses.  

Closing Date 

This is a repost. Open until filled. Review of resumes is ongoing. 

Applications 

Send resume, references, and letter of interest by email to: 

Jeremy Aliason 
Legal Aid Services of Oregon
|
520 SW Sixth Avenue, Suite 1130

Portland, OR 97204

centraljobs@lasoregon.org
 

Supplemental question  
Please provide a written response to the following question and submit it as part of your application materials. Limit response to 500 words. 

LASO is committed to achieving justice for the low-income communities of Oregon. Our client communities include people of color, farmworkers, LGBTQ+ people, immigrants, seniors, people with lived experiences of homelessness, veterans, people with disabilities, and people from other underrepresented groups. It is essential to our mission that we also work to create an inclusive and respectful workplace environment in which differences are acknowledged and valued. How do you think your personal background or experiences, professional or otherwise, have prepared you to: (1) serve our diverse client communities effectively, (2) work effectively with colleagues from backgrounds different than your own, (3) acknowledge the systemic barriers that our clients face, and (4) contribute to our efforts to achieve racial justice? Feel free to provide examples and apply various aspects of your life and personal experiences in your response. 

We celebrate diversity 

LASO is committed to being an organization that reflects the communities we serve and is diverse in race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, ancestry, national origin, or sensory, mental and physical abilities, work background, experience and education. We believe that the outcome of such diversity is our greatest strength and a matter of basic human fairness. It is to this end that we strongly encourage applications from people of color and people from any other underrepresented and historically marginalized group to apply for this position. 

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