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Policy Director - The Arc 

The Arc is actively recruiting for a director level policy person to replace Molly on our team. Experience in housing policy and civil rights issues is preferred.

Policy Director opening at The Arc. The job description and information on how to apply is below.  

Director of Policy

[Date: June 2, 2021


Justice in Aging seeks an attorney with at least three years’ experience with a strong commitment to advancing equity and strengthening legal services delivery to older adults.

The successful candidate will work with both our Elder Rights and Equity Teams to pursue systemic change in law and policy to improve the lives of low-income older adults who experience inequities rooted in historical, persistent, and structural racism, ageism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, and xenophobia. As part of the Elder Rights team, this attorney will contribute to Justice in Aging’s work through the National Center on Law & Elder Rights, and support the aging and legal services networks’ capacity to serve these communities.   

The attorney can be based in any of our three offices (Washington, DC, Oakland CA, and Los Angeles CA), or work fully remotely. All of Justice in Aging’s staff are currently working remotely and will be doing so for the duration of the pandemic.   

Read the full position description. Please share this announcement broadly!

Justice in Aging is committed to maintaining a diverse staff and we particularly encourage applications from members of racial and ethnic minority groups, women, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ community, and others whose background may contribute to more effective representation of low-income people and underserved communities.  

[Date: May 17, 2021


National MS seeks qualified candidates for the position of Director, Regulatory Affairs

The Director of Regulatory Affairs will work with the AVP of Federal Government Relations and the Senior Director of Health Policy to identify opportunities and strategies with the federal agencies. This position will help provide leadership and education on the Society’s policy priorities to other functional area and work to identify emerging issues that can be addressed via public policy in the regulatory arena.  This position is responsible for developing and building relationships with regulatory officials and within coalitions to drive key policy messages, build advocacy strategies and advance Society policy priorities.

For additional information about the National MS Society and qualifications for the Director of Regulatory Affairs position, interested individuals can view the job description and more here.  

[Date: March 18, 2021


 Director of Communications - National Center for Learning Disabilities

The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) is seeking a creative, strategic, detail-oriented, and passionate leader to serve as our Director of Communications. The Director of Communications is responsible for crafting and implementing communications strategies, an awareness of NCLD’s initiatives and inspire partners and other targeted audiences to take action in support of NCLD’s mission. The Director will help steward the organization’s brand, enhance the public profile of NCLD and its campaigns, engage the public through earned and paid media, and advance the issues of the learning and attention issues community in the public dialogue. The Director will also be responsible for managing all communications activities and building external relationships with some of the organization’s constituencies, including funders and the media. As the Director of Communications, you would be required to develop and implement an integrated communications strategy that fosters a national conversation on some of the nation’s biggest challenges surrounding learning and attention issues so that every person has the opportunity to realize their full potential. For more information on how to apply, visit: https://ncld.org/job/director-of-communications/ 

[Date: February 2, 2021]