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Jobs and Internships

 

Investigative Coordinator

The Fair Housing Justice Center (FHJC) is seeking a self-directed and well-organized individual for a full-time Investigative Coordinator position. Duties include conducting tester training, coordinating fair housing and fair lending testing investigations, preserving and controlling evidence, preparing investigative reports, and providing testimony. The ideal candidate has strong analytical skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, and a working knowledge of local, state, and federal fair housing and fair lending laws. A strong preference will be given to persons who are knowledgeable about local housing market dynamics. Familiarity with neighborhoods and communities in the New York metropolitan region is a plus. Qualified applicants should possess supervisory skills and must be objective, detail-oriented, and able to manage multiple investigations and meet project deadlines. BA/BS strongly preferred, but will consider commensurate experience. Prefer applicants with previous experience in fair housing test coordination, civil rights advocacy, and/or paralegal work.

Interested and qualified applicants must respond by October 1, 2021 by submitting a cover letter and resume to the attention of Marie Winfield, Deputy Director, Fair Housing Justice Center, Inc. either by email to fhjc@fairhousingjustice.org or by mail to:..

Fair Housing Justice Center, Inc.
30-30 Northern Blvd., Suite 302
Long Island City, NY 11101
Fax: 212-400-8203
Email: fhjc@fairhousingjustice.org
***No Phone Calls Please***

 Equal Opportunity Employer

Law Student Internships

The FHJC seeks highly motivated law students (1L or 2L) for summer internships in 2022 to assist the FHJC with federal and state civil rights lawsuits and with cases pending before administrative agencies. Interns work on individual housing discrimination cases by conducting pre-litigation investigations and by researching and analyzing a wide variety of substantive and procedural legal issues. Interns also help with legal research involving systemic discrimination in rental, sales, and mortgage lending on the basis of race, national origin, disability, source of income, sexual orientation, and other protected characteristics under local, state, and federal fair housing laws. The focus of most cases developed with student assistance is on reducing residential segregation and expanding access to publicly assisted and affordable housing thoughout the New York region.

Interested candidates should e-mail or fax a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to the attention of FHJC’s Legal Coordinator at:

Fair Housing Justice Center, Inc.
30-30 Northern Blvd., Suite 302
Long Island City, NY 11101
Fax: 212-400-8203
Email: fhjc@fairhousingjustice.org
***No Phone Calls Please***