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We are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and seek to create a supportive, welcoming environment for all. Candidates who share these values and reflect the rich diversity of our community are encouraged to apply.

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  • Wisconsin Lawyer Assistance Program (WisLAP) Member Coordinator

    State Bar of Wisconsin Wisconsin Lawyer Assistance Member Coordinator (hybrid work environment)
    The State Bar of Wisconsin is in search of a skilled, compassionate and highly motivated behavioral health professional to provide program support for the Wisconsin Lawyers Assistance Program (WisLAP), a confidential peer-to-peer mentoring service for State Bar members coping with problems related to the stress of practicing law. This position will work side by side with the WisLAP Manager to evaluate legal professionals, refer for services, oversee the volunteer program, operate the monitoring program, and recruit and train volunteers. This position is eligible to work from home up to 3 days per week while working in the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

    Who We Are
    The State Bar of Wisconsin is a professional association, created by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, for all attorneys who hold a Wisconsin law license. With more than 25,000 members, the State Bar exists to serve its members and the public by promoting the law and access to justice. We aid the courts in improving the administration of justice, provide continuing legal education and other services for our members, support the education of law students, and educate the public about the legal system. The State Bar of Wisconsin also provides public services -- such as attorney referrals and public education – and supports programs that provide reduced-fee legal assistance for low-income state residents.

    What You Will Love

    • ​The people, the culture and a hybrid work environment! We care about our people, our work, and our members. We value work/life balance and offer excellent benefits and flexibility to support our employees and their families. This position is eligible to work from home 3 days per week while working in the office on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
    • Working with a mission-driven organization that acts with integrity, promotes justice, and addresses systemic racism and implicit bias in the legal system.
    • Supporting the wellness and wellbeing of the attorneys through out the state and working with passionate volunteers who are committed to helping other Wisconsin attorneys.

    What You Will Do

    • Respond to requests that come to WisLAP by providing intake, case management, follow up, referrals, coordination of services and reporting. 
    • Assist in triaging calls from members as related to the volunteer and monitoring programs.
    • Oversee and manage the Volunteer Program by supporting a network of volunteers to assist in peer support with members in need. Plan, organize and staff trainings and meetings across the state to build and improve the volunteer program.   
    • Enter supportive outreach services into database, coordinate recovery/sobriety dates, etc.
    • Plan and oversee the creation of the Volunteer Trainings, including outreach to speakers, finding venues, marketing plans, correspondence with volunteers, and recruitment.
    • Provide culturally proficient and responsive services to clients of the WisLAP program.
    What We Are Looking For
    • ​4-year degree in psychology, counseling, social work, or related field.
    • A minimum of three years' experience working in the field of addictions and mental health with a focus on assessment, referral, information, support, intervention and case management
    • Thorough understanding of the recovery process as it applies to substance use disorders and process addictions
    • Culturally proficient and responsive. Experience, education, self-awareness and ongoing commitment to understand social identities and integrate them into the communication and assessment of clients.
    • Experience working with clients who are professionals with the ability to command respect from and relate well to lawyers
    • Ability to travel within the state up to 10% and scheduling flexibility

    Compensation and Benefits
    The State Bar of Wisconsin offers competitive compensation with merit increases and excellent benefits including generous vacation and sick time, excellent health and dental insurance, 10 paid holidays, flexibility, and an 8% 401(k) contribution!! The State Bar is also a “qualified employer" for purposes of the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

    How To Apply
    To apply, visit www.wisbar.org/careers to upload your resume and cover letter, including salary expectations. This position will be posted until it is filled but priority will be given to applicants who submit early, so don't wait.  Apply today!

    The State Bar of Wisconsin is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion and seeks to create a supportive, welcoming community for all. Candidates who share these values and reflect the diversity of our community are encouraged to apply.


    Apply Here

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