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MINIMUM ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS • Be a member in good standing of the Massachusetts bar, or be licensed in another jurisdiction and eligible to practice in Massachusetts under Supreme Judicial Court Rule 3:04; • Have at least ten (10) years of litigation experience, five (5) years of which must be in the practice of family regulation law; • Have at least five (5) years of management experience, including supervision of legal and support staff; • Access to an automobile in order to travel to CAFL offices, courts, and other locations that are not easily accessible by public transportation; and, • Access to a personal computer with home internet access sufficient to work remotely. QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS The successful candidate will have some or all of the following: • A commitment to client-directed representation on behalf of children, young adults, and parents involved in the family regulation/child welfare system; • Strong leadership skills and qualities; • Strong analytical, interpersonal, communication, negotiation, and decision-making skills; • Strong written and oral advocacy skills; • A demonstrated commitment to the principles of zealous advocacy and community-oriented defense in the representation of indigent clients; • Demonstrated ability to develop, support, and mentor staff; • Ability to work successfully with courts and leaders of other state and private organizations involved in the family regulation/child welfare system; • Prior experience in a policy-making position which required data analysis; and, • Demonstrated commitment to anti-racism and to reducing racial and ethnic disparities in the family regulation/child welfare system. COMPENSATION CPCS offers a competitive compensation, benefits, and pension package; a diverse and inclusive culture; colleagues and co-workers who are committed to and passionate about their work; and the opportunity to serve. Salary Range: $163,055 - $181,055, commensurate with experience. PPLICATION INFORMATION Candidates should submit a résumé, writing sample, and statement of interest. The position will be posted until filled, however preference will be given to candidates who apply prior to February 26, 2023. Application process: Candidates should submit a résumé, writing sample, and statement of interest through the following link: Deputy Chief Counsel Direct Application
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