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Outreach and Mediator In-Residence Coordinator

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Actual salary subject to grant.

Position Information

Position Information

Requisition Number: 0170526
Position Type: Staff
Division: Law School
Department: LS The Center For Conflict Resolution
Organizational Unit:
HR Classification Title: Outreach and Mediator In-Residence Coordinator
Work Status: Part-time Term
Hours Per Week: 12-14
Days of Week: M-F
Shift Schedule:
Specific Work Schedule:
Posting Options: Internal and External
Position Summary:

The person in this position will serve as the Outreach and Mediator In-Residence Coordinator (MIRC) for The Loyola Law School Center For Conflict Resolution (The CCR), a non-profit community mediation program, and perform other tasks as assigned by the Director and the Associate Director with respect to the program’s outreach, intake and conciliation activities in locations throughout Los Angeles County.

Position Specific Responsibilities:

The MIRC will coordinate and/or conduct outreach and intake at the main office and at various locations throughout Los Angeles County. The MIRC will also serve as a telephone conciliator, and may assist with mediations when needed. This position’s responsibilities may also include driving to and from outreach and mediator in residence locations throughout Los Angeles County, and performing outreach, intake and corresponding administrative tasks. This position will include the preparation of reports regarding outreach and mediator in residence activities and their impact. It may also include, but not be limited to, assisting with data entry, researching grant opportunities, preparing correspondence and/or reports, and specific projects as directed by the Director and the Associate Director.


The Center is looking for someone who:

  • has experience performing outreach for community and/or legal service organizations,

  • has experience performing intake and convening of conciliation and mediation cases,

  • is committed to community service and public interest work,

  • has the ability to work as part of a team,

  • is willing to do administrative tasks and other public interest work as assigned,

  • has received a minimum of 25 hours of mediation training consistent with the California Dispute Resolution Programs Act and/or is willing to receive additional training,

  • writes and speaks Spanish fluently (required),

  • has experience and success doing telephone conciliation,

  • has experience working with people who are upset (e.g., crying or angry) preferably in a community and/or mediation program; and,

  • has very good verbal and written skills.

Required Education:

Undergraduate degree (member of the California Bar desirable)

License/Certification/Registration Requirements:
Physical Demands (if applicable)
Special Instructions

Actual salary subject to grant.

Exemption Status: Non-Exempt
Salary Grade Minimum: $1.377.62 bi-weekly
Salary Grade Midpoint: $1,807.19 bi-weekly
Posting Date 09/07/0017
Application Deadline Date:

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
  1. Cover Letter
  2. Resume/CV
Optional Documents