In its continuing effort to become the Federalist Society for liberals, the American Constitution Society needs more staff. (The national Fed Soc office has plenty, and at some point I've been in touch with all three charged with shepherding the Student Division flock.) ACS's "help wanted" is below.
American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (ACS)
*Associate Director for Student Chapters
Overview/Qualifications: ACS seeks an energetic and versatile Associate Director for Student Chapters to manage the programming and expansion of a national network of 148 student chapters in cities across America. The
ideal candidate will have excellent interpersonal skills, organizing experience and knowledge of current legal and public policy issues. Some travel for meetings and events is required. A law degree is strongly preferred, and campaign or other organizing experience is highly desirable.
Duties: The Associate Director for Student Chapters will: manage an existing network of ACS student chapters at law schools across America; facilitate the programming of student chapters, including national competitions; lead the effort to found ACS student chapters on new campuses; oversee the student chapter office budget; integrate student chapter activities and chapter members into ACS's various substantive initiatives; and develop and plan signature events to raise ACS's profile and broaden its impact in key legal markets around the country.
To Apply: Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to: jobsatACSLawd0torg. No phone calls please.
Salary: Commensurate with experience.