UC Hastings College of Law is looking for a temporary Managing Director for their Center for WorkLife Law while their current director is on maternity leave between July 2013 and December 2013. Please view the PDF job description for more information: Managing Director – CWLL (TEMPORARY) April 2013.
The Center for WorkLife Law (WLL) is a nonprofit research and advocacy organization housed at UC Hastings devoted to women’s advancement and work-life balance for everyone—men as well as women. WLL runs leadership programs for women in law, business, and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). WLL is well-known for its leadership role in documenting and challenging employment discrimination against mothers and other caregivers. Its model of social change includes cutting-edge academic research with a strategic horizon of two to five years. At any given time, WLL conducts a few key projects designed to take advantage of strategic opportunities to create concrete, measurable change.
Under the direction of, and reporting to, the Faculty Director of the Center for WorkLife Law, the Managing Director plays substantive, fundraising and grant management, and administrative roles. WLL seeks a temporary replacement for the Managing Director, who will be on maternity leave for approximately five months from July 2013 to December 2013.