Careers at The Center for Family Justice
The Center’s staff helps individuals be safe from domestic violence, sexual violence and child abuse in the six communities we serve. We work in a climate of mutual respect and teamwork, supported by the CEO/President and administrative staff.
The Center takes part in national demonstration projects and studies and has established best practices in its client services. It has grown to a $2.8 million agency with more than 45 employees who have earned the respect of their peers.
If this sounds like a place where you would be happy to work, check out our list of current job opportunities.
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Current Employment Opportunities
Thank you for your interest in working at The Center for Family Justice, Connecticut’s first Family Justice Center!
Chief Development Officer – Full-Time | Job Description (pdf)
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The Chief Development Officer plans, organizes and implements all fund development activities. Secures funds from private foundations, local groups, individuals, and corporations for CFJ to ensure financial sustainability. Works closely with the President/CEO, Board of Directors, staff, interns and volunteers to raise both restricted and unrestricted revenues. Supervises all agency volunteers and supports supervision of community outreach, in addition to supervising the Development/Events Coordinator.
All interested applicants can apply online.
Are you interested in volunteering or interning? If so, contact Beth Fitzpatrick at email@example.com.
The Justice Legal Center Opportunities
The Center for Family Justice is looking for individuals interested in opening solo law practices to participate in Connecticut’s first and only Legal Incubator Program. Click HERE to get details about this exciting opportunity, understand the criteria and learn how to apply.
This is not an employment opportunity.