Join Our Team

Be part of our team! Mosaic Georgia provides services which enhance safety, health, and justice for people of all ages impacted by sexual violence and abuse. Our organization also presents training and workshops to eliminate the social conditions that allow for violence, and provides professional training programs that build the capacity of local community response to victims.

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Bilingual Victim Assistance Attorney

This position provides legal and criminal justice system advocacy services for victims and families served by Mosaic Georgia in concert with the Legal Services Director (attorney), a paralegal/legal advocate, and a legal advocate/navigator.

The bilingual Victim Assistance Attorney provides comprehensive legal services for victims of sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking, including assessment, referral, legal consultation and direct representation on a broad range of non-tort legal matters-including but not limited to privacy issues, housing and employment concerns, temporary protective order hearings, education, financial matters, immigration and family law.

This is a full-time position and reports directly to the Director of Legal Services. Position funded by federal Legal Assistance for Victims grant from the Office of Violence Against Women of the US Department of Justice.

Bilingual Legal Advocate/ Navigator

This position provides legal and criminal justice system advocacy services for victims and families served by Mosaic Georgia. The bilingual Legal Advocate/Navigator will provide direct assistance for victims and families with issue identification and resources necessary to assist victims work toward economic independence and self-sufficiency after surviving sexual assault or stalking. This is a highly collaborative position that works closely with victims/families; law enforcement agencies; Crime Victims Compensation; schools; numerous social service agencies.

This is a full-time exempt position and reports directly to the Director of Legal Services. Position funded by federal Legal Assistance for Victims grant from the Office of Violence Against Women of the US Department of Justice.