Current Vacancies Alaska State Commission for Human Rights (ASCHR) Is recruiting for the following positions: Position: Attorney/Mediator Salary: $5,011 – $6,541 per month (Range 18/20/22, Partially Exempt Position) Location: Anchorage The Alaska State Commission for Human Rights is soliciting applicants for a full-time Attorney-Mediator position located in Anchorage. This position will be responsible for facilitating settlements in cases pending investigation and conciliation, performing outreach efforts to educate the public, employers, businesses, and community groups about Alaska Human Rights Law, and providing legal support for staff attorneys on discrete cases, issues, and projects pending before the Commission. Strong written and oral communication skills and graduation from an accredited law school are required. Experience mediating disputes and/or in employment, disability, and human rights law preferred. This position is an Attorney I-III; the salary range is 18-22 and commensurate with experience, training, and licensure. Detailed Job Description and Qualifications: Attorney/Mediator PD _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Position: Human Rights Advocate / Attorney IV Salary: $7,479 per month (Range 24, Partially Exempt Position) Location: Anchorage The Commission is seeking a Human Rights Advocate/Attorney IV to prepare and present discrimination cases at public hearings, conduct discovery, coordinate the Commission’s appellate work, review investigative files and make recommendations regarding the sufficiency of the evidence, and conciliate resolutions to complaints in which the Commission has found substantial evidence of discrimination. This position requires a thorough understanding of Alaska Human Rights Law and court rules, well developed litigation, negotiation, and analytical skills, a high degree of professionalism and organization, and excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates for this position must be able to practice independently. The Human Rights Advocate supervises an Attorney II/III and a Law Office Assistant I. Detailed Job Description and Qualifications: Attorney IV PD If you are interested in applying, you must submit an up-to-date resume, cover letter, and an profession writing sample of no more than 2000 words by 5:00 p.m. on November 11, 2019 to: Toyia Del Valle, Administrative Officer Alaska State Commission for Human Rights 800 A Street, Suite 204 Anchorage, Alaska 99501 firstname.lastname@example.org Applicants who do not submit a profession writing sample will not be considered for the position. Writing samples are a permanent part of the applicant’s file and will not be returned. The State of Alaska in an Equal Opportunity Employer.