Career Opportunities

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Current Openings

Staff Attorney

The Connecticut Fair Housing Center seeks a staff attorney with at least 1-3 years of experience to litigate housing discrimination, eviction, and other housing-related cases in state and federal court and before administrative agencies. The attorney will represent individuals and organizations that have been the victims of housing discrimination and use litigation to pursue systemic change to end segregation and remove barriers to housing choice free of unlawful discrimination. Our office is located in Hartford. We currently offer the ability to work remotely but the position requires the ability to attend in-person hearings, meetings, and events in Connecticut, potentially on short notice.

Salary: $72,000+, depending on experience, plus 401(k) with employer contribution, health, vision, dental, and life insurance and annual paid personal time, vacation time, and sick leave.

Applications reviewed on rolling basis with preference for start dates before March 1, 2023.

Please review the posting with specific instructions on how to apply.

The Connecticut Fair Housing Center is an equal opportunity employer. 

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