Disability Rights Wisconsin seeks Public
Interest Attorney
in our Madison office to assist
benefit specialists in disability-related public
benefits cases, conduct trainings, and provide
direct legal representation.  

For detailed Position Announcement, salary range,
and application requirements, visit
www.drwi.org
for more information on how to apply.

Deadline: Monday, 5 pm, 3/25/19 to be
considered for first round of interviews.  Will remain
open until filled.

   
         EEO/AA employer committed to a
                    diverse workforce.
        PUBLIC INTEREST ATTORNEY        
DRW is hiring an investigator to work in its Social Security
Representative Payee Program. Investigators in this program are
responsible for conducting onsite reviews of both organizational and
individual representative payees selected by the Social Security
Administration to verify that representative payees are using the
benefits properly on behalf of the beneficiary and carrying out the
responsibilities and duties correctly.   

Qualified candidates will have an associate or bachelor’s degree
relevant to the provision of advocacy services on behalf of vulnerable
populations as well as three years’ experience with compliance audits,
investigations and conducting site reviews. This position requires you
to work from home and maintain a secure home office. Strong attention
to detail, ability to adhere to strict deadlines is a must. Frequent
statewide travel involved. Obtaining federal government security
clearance is mandatory for employment.

To apply and see full job announcement go to:
             
http://www.disabilityrightswi.org/about/careers/  

Resume and cover letter must be received by 5 PM on 4/1/19.

             EEO/AA Employer committed to diverse workforce.
          Members of racial/ethnic minority groups and persons
                with disabilities strongly encouraged to apply.
      INVESTIGATOR       
The Victim Advocacy Specialist is responsible for providing direct
advocacy assistance and representation to individuals with disabilities
who have been victims of crime on a variety of disability-related and
victim service issues.  The Advocacy Specialist will also take part in
significant outreach efforts to victim service and disability service
providers. Other duties include: administrative tasks related to case
maintenance and reporting, information and referral, systems advocacy
and training.

To apply and see full job announcement go to:
            http://www.disabilityrightswi.org/about/careers/.  

For priority consideration, submit resume and cover letter by
5 PM on 4/1/19, position open until filled.

          EEO/AA Employer committed to diverse workforce.
       Members of racial/ethnic minority groups and persons
             with disabilities strongly encouraged to apply.
VICTIM ADVOCACY SPECIALIST