Job Posting 71986

Clinic Coordinator
South Asian Legal Clinic of British Columbia (SALCBC)
Vancouver & Lower Mainland
closes in 15 days (Fri, 9 Jul)
part time - term / contract

Type of Position:  Part-time (20 hours / week), 12 month contract

Wage: $25 to $35 / hour, commensurate with experience


Description of the Position

The Clinic Coordinator plays a central role in the South Asian Legal Clinic of British Columbia (SALCBC). The Clinic Coordinator is responsible for the administrative and financial operations of the non-profit organization, including:

  • Supporting the work of the Board and its three committees;
  • Acting as a liaison between SALCBC and partners, volunteers and those we serve;
  • Organizing legal information seminars, summary advice clinics and online materials;
  • Preparing budgets and grant applications and overseeing financial administration;
  • Organizing and maintaining information on SALCBC’s operations, such as files and data; and
  • Overall coordination of SALCBC’s work in furtherance of its mission.

Required Skills and Experience

Candidates for this position must have the following skills and experience:

  • Administrative experience in a social justice and/or non-profit environment;
  • Excellent organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize in a fast-paced environment;
  • Computer literacy, including ability to use MS-Office, Google Drive and other programs;
  • Strong financial management skills, including experience with analyzing revenues and expenditures and forecasting budgets;
  • Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to exercise sound judgment, use discretion, and take initiative; and,
  • Demonstrated commitment to working with the South Asian diaspora community.

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • Experience working in a board-governed, non-profit environment;
  • Experience working with lawyers, social services, suppliers and other third-parties;
  • Knowledge of the legal aid system in BC and, in particular, the clinic system; and,
  • Knowledge of and ability to speak one or more South Asian languages.

SALCBC is committed to intersectional and anti-oppressive approaches and we welcome applications from people who are reflective of our diverse community, including those who self-identify on the basis of any protected grounds under the Human Rights Code. We will provide accommodation during the hiring process upon request. We thank all applicants for their interest. Only those selected for the interview will be contacted.

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