ACB Job Connection

Updated 1-29-2018

 
Welcome to the Job Connection of the American Council of the Blind. Nationwide job announcements received are listed here under a variety of categories. When available, a link is provided which will take you directly to an employer's web site.  Please note that ACB cannot always guarantee that a position will still be open at the time you contact the employer. We wish all job seekers the best of luck and hope this service will be of use.
 
Job announcements will remain posted up to 30 days.
 

Job Title: Advocacy and Outreach Specialist

Job Location: Alexandria, VA
1703 N. Beauregard St., Suite 420
Alexandria, VA 22311
 
Job Description:
The American Council of the Blind (ACB) seeks a dynamic individual to lead advocacy and outreach to consumers who are blind and visually impaired across the country.  It is an excellent opportunity for a rising professional to engage with both leading disability rights advocates in Washington and ACB’s network of state and special interest affiliates.
 
This person will work closely with state affiliate leaders, fielding issues, coordinating relevant outreach to local stakeholders who can provide support for individuals experiencing barriers to independence and opportunity due to their blindness. This person will connect with other blindness and disability rights advocates in Washington, furthering ACB’s presence as a leading voice on matters pertaining to people who are blind and visually impaired.  
 
The successful candidate will have the following responsibilities:

  • Work closely with ACB state affiliates to connect consumers with local and regional supports capable of addressing issues as they arise;
  • Meet with leading blindness and disability rights advocates in Washington, D.C., staying current on key issues impacting people who are blind and visually impaired;
  • Foster and maintain relationships with key allies within the disability rights community;
  • Assist the Director of Advocacy and Governmental Affairs with monitoring Congressional and federal activity impacting people who are blind and visually impaired;
  • Assist with conveying vital information and action alerts to ACB affiliate leaders and consumers;
  • Contribute to ACB’s social media presence, generating content that keeps followers tuned into important issues and happenings in Washington, D.C.

 
Qualifications:
Core competencies and abilities include:

  • Outstanding communicator with solid written, presentation, and interpersonal communication skills;
  • Ability to listen and critically discern appropriate responses to issues that arise impacting equal opportunity and access for individuals who are blind and visually impaired;
  • Team player with positive attitude capable of bridging diverse audiences and personalities;
  • Knowledge of existing laws and regulations impacting people who are blind and visually impaired, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, Randolph-Sheppard Act, 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, and familiarity with social programs like Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security;
  • Familiarity with Congress and the regulatory process;
  • Strong multi-tasking skills with attention to detail and meeting deadlines;
  • Proficiency using Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Office 365, and social media and networking platforms;
  • Positive outlook on life with a sense of humor and desire to work with passionate individuals committed to advancing independence and opportunity for the millions of Americans who are blind and visually impaired.

 
Must also have:

  • 2 - 5 years working in public policy, advocacy, or related field, preferred experience with issues impacting people who are blind and visually impaired;
  • Advanced degree in law, public policy, communications, or related discipline — may substitute education with professional experience;
  • Personal experience dealing with blind or visual impairment is desirable.

 
How To Apply:
Email your cover letter and resume to jobs@acb.org.
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: Los Fresnos, TX
Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)
Office of the Chief Immigration Judge - Port Isabel Immigration Court
Law Student Volunteer, Summer
27991 Buena Vista Boulevard
Los Fresnos, TX 78566
 
About the Office:
The primary mission of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) is to adjudicate immigration cases fairly, expeditiously, and uniformly interpreting and administering the Nation's immigration laws. Under delegated authority from the Attorney General, EOIR conducts immigration court proceedings, appellate reviews, and administrative hearings. The jurisdiction of the Immigration Court includes all matters brought before the Court by the Department of Homeland Security.
 
Job Description: 
The United States Department of Justice has openings for several judicial interns with the Executive Office for Immigration Review’s Port Isabel Immigration Court for summer 2018.  All law students who are United States citizens are eligible to apply.  Prior knowledge of immigration law is helpful, but not necessary.  However, strong research and writing skills are required.  Students generally volunteer 40 hours per week during the summer.
 
The projects assigned may vary depending upon the court’s needs.  Past interns with the Executive Office for Immigration Review have worked on the following projects:
           

  • Pre-hearing preparation involving work on motions and preparation of bench memoranda
  • In-depth research and analysis of novel legal issues
  • Drafting decisions on applications for relief from removal

 
The internship provides students with an excellent opportunity to develop their research, writing, and analytical skills, and expand their knowledge of immigration law. During the course of the summer internship, the intern will be able to observe removal hearings and work on cases involving several forms of relief from removal, including asylum, adjustment of status, and cancellation of removal. The intern will work directly under the supervision of the judicial law clerks based at the Port Isabel Immigration Court. The intern will also work closely with the immigration judges at the court.
 
The internship is an unpaid/volunteer position. However, students may be eligible to receive academic credits from their law school. (This process will need to be coordinated by the intern and his/her law school.) Students who are interested in this internship must submit an application packet as described below. Applications should be received by February 8, 2018Please be advised that an FBI background check and clearance are required to work with the court.  Completion of the background check process ranges from six to eight weeks.
 
Qualifications:
Any United States citizen law student enrolled at least half-time, and who has completed at least one semester of law school is eligible to apply for volunteer internship positions at any time. Interns should have strong legal research and writing skills. Prior immigration law experience is preferred but not required.
 
Interns must commit to working 40 hours per week, for at least six weeks.
Although the internship is unpaid, interns may obtain academic credit with the permission of their law schools.
 
Salary: 
Uncompensated (volunteer). Interns may be able to receive course credit through their law schools.
 
Travel: 
None
 
Application Process: 
Interested students must submit a cover letter, resume, five- to ten-page writing sample, two references, and unofficial transcript by February 8, 2018 to Ashley Lenderman at ashley.lenderman@usdoj.gov.
 
Application Deadline:
Thursday, February 8, 2018
 
Number of Positions: 
2-4
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: Chicago, IL
Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)
Chicago Immigration Court
Chicago, IL 60607
United States
 
About the Office:
The primary mission of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) is to adjudicate immigration cases by fairly, expeditiously, and uniformly interpreting and administering the Nation's immigration laws. Under delegated authority from the Attorney General, EOIR conducts immigration court proceedings, appellate reviews, and administrative hearings. The jurisdiction of the Immigration Court includes all matters brought before the Court by the Department of Homeland Security. For further information about the Chicago Immigration Court, please visit http://www.justice.gov/eoir/chicago-immigration-court.
 
Job Description:
Internships at the Chicago Immigration Court offer individuals the opportunity to develop their research, writing, and analytical skills, and expand their knowledge of immigration law. Typical assignments include researching complex issues of removability and eligibility for relief from removal, preparing decisions on motions, and drafting final decisions for immigration judges. Interns work closely with Judicial Law Clerks, and have the opportunity to observe hearings and gain insight into the adjudicatory process.
 
Qualifications:
Any United States citizen law student enrolled at least half-time, and who has completed at least one semester of law school is eligible to apply for volunteer internship positions at any time. Interns should have strong legal research and writing skills. Prior immigration law experience is preferred but not required.
 
Interns must commit to working 35-40 hours per week, for at least 10-12 weeks. Although the internship is unpaid, interns may obtain academic credit with the permission of their law schools.
 
Salary:
Uncompensated
 
Application Process:
Interested students should email a detailed cover letter, resume, law school transcript (official or unofficial), and a writing sample (unedited) of no more than fifteen pages (this may be an excerpt from a longer piece) to:
 
Erin Reynolds, Attorney Advisor, Chicagointern@usdoj.gov.
 
Application Deadline:
Friday, February 9, 2018

Number of Positions:
2-3
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: San Francisco, CA
USAO Northern District of California
San Francisco Office, Tax Division
450 Golden Gate Avenue, 11th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94102
http://www.justice.gov/usao/can
 
About the Office:
The USAO for the Northern District of California prosecutes all federal courts from Monterey to the Oregon border.  Approximately 100 AUSAs work in one of three offices; San Francisco, San Jose, or Oakland.  The Office also represents the United States and its departments and agencies in civil proceedings filed in federal court.  The Tax Division contains 5 AUSAs who prosecute and defend federal tax cases in the United States District Courts and Bankruptcy Courts for the Northern District of California. 
 
Job Description:
Research, writing legal briefs and memorandums of law.
 
Minimum Weeks Required:
10 weeks (Full-time)
 
Qualifications:
We offer clerkships in fall, spring and summer.  Law clerks must have completed one year of law school before beginning the clerkship. Clerks must complete a background check before beginning employment. Must be a U.S. citizen.
 
Salary:
At the discretion of the law school.
 
Application Process:
Please submit your resume and writing sample to:
U.S. Attorney's Office, NDCA
ATTN: Thomas Moore, Chief, Tax Division
450 Golden Gate Avenue, 11th Floor
Box 36055
San Francisco, CA 94102
Email: Tom.Moore@usdoj.gov
 
Application Deadline:
February 14, 2018
 
Number of Positions:
2
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: Phoenix, AZ
Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR)
Phoenix Immigration Court
250 North 7th Avenue
Suite 300
Phoenix, AZ 85007
 
About the Office:
The primary mission of the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) is to adjudicate immigration cases by fairly, expeditiously, and uniformly interpreting and administering the Nation's immigration laws. Under delegated authority from the Attorney General, EOIR conducts immigration court proceedings, appellate reviews, and administrative hearings. The jurisdiction of the Immigration Court includes all matters brought before the Court by the Department of Homeland Security.
 
Job Description:
Internships at the Phoenix Immigration Court offer individuals the opportunity to develop their research, writing, and analytical skills, and expand their knowledge of immigration law. Typical assignments include researching complex issues of removability and eligibility for relief from removal, preparing decisions on motions, and drafting final decisions for immigration judges. Interns work closely with Judicial Law Clerks, and have the opportunity to observe hearings and gain insight into the adjudicatory process.
 
Qualifications:
Any United States citizen law student enrolled at least half-time, and who has completed at least one semester of law school is eligible to apply for volunteer internship positions at any time. Interns should have strong legal research and writing skills. Prior immigration law experience is preferred but not required.
 
Salary:
Uncompensated (volunteer). Interns may be able to receive course credit through their law school.
 
Travel:
None
 
Application Process:
Interested students must submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample (no longer than five pages, single-spaced), and unofficial transcript to:
Attn: Caroline Ortiz, Attorney Advisor
United States Department of Justice
Phoenix Immigration Court
250 N. 7th Ave., Suite 300
Phoenix, AZ 85007
-or-
caroline.ortiz@usdoj.gov
 
Application Deadline:
Monday, February 19, 2018
 
Relocation Expenses:
None
 
Number of Positions:
3
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: Wilmington, DE
P. O. Box 2046
1007 Orange Street
Wilmington, DE 19899-2046
United States
 
About the Office:
An internship with the U.S. Attorney's Office offers a unique and challenging experience for the highly motivated law student: an opportunity to work on some of the most significant, complex and visible cases being litigated today. Working with Assistant U.S. Attorneys and other staff, you will be part of a dedicated team helping to enforce Federal criminal and civil laws that protect life, liberty and property of citizens. The United States Attorney's Office serves as the principal litigator for its judicial district and is responsible for coordinating multiple agency investigations within the district. The United States Attorney has the responsibility and authority to prosecute violations of Federal criminal statutes, defend the government in civil actions, seek the enforcement of a variety of civil enforcement statutes and institute proceedings for the collection of fines and penalties.
 
Job Description:
Typical assignments for law student interns involve all facets of case preparation including: researching legal issues; drafting/writing motions, responses, and various pleadings; providing trial support; and assembling exhibits for trial. Interns are generally afforded extensive opportunities to attend trials, hearings, attorney conferences, meeting, and other legal proceedings. The Program also offers the opportunity to participate in activities such as: meetings with federal judges, visits to other federal agencies, meetings with federal agents, tours of institutions relevant to the federal criminal justice system (such as the United States Probation Office, State Medical Examiner's Office, and federal and/or state prison systems), a visit to oral argument at the Third Circuit, mock interview sessions, resume review and discussion and a number of opportunities to interact and obtain feedback from AUSAs.
 
Qualifications:
First-year (second semester), second- and third-year law students. Law graduates are not eligible for Student Volunteer positions. Must be a U.S. citizen and will be subject to a background investigation due to the sensitive nature of the work performed by the office.
 
Salary:
Volunteer
 
Travel:
None
 
Application Process:
Cover letter, resume, law school transcript, legal writing sample, dates when available, email, and telephone number(s) where student can be reached in the day and evening.  Once accepted by the District, pre-employment forms must be completed and forwarded to our Executive Offices in Washington, DC for final approval.  The hiring process includes fingerprints, credit check, background check and drug test.  For questions about the work assignments, contact Laura Hatcher or Dan Logan at (302) 573-6277.  For questions about the hiring process, contact Cathy Doyle at (302) 573-6277 or catherine.doyle2@usdoj.gov.
 
Application Deadline:
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
 
Number of Positions:
2-3
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: Milwaukee, WI
USAO Eastern District of Wisconsin
United States Attorney's Office
215 E. Wisconsin Ave.
Room 530
Milwaukee, WI 53202
 
About the Office: 
The United States Attorney’s Office is the principal federal litigator in the Eastern District of Wisconsin and is responsible for coordinating federal investigations within the district. The district is divided into two divisions, with the main office located in Milwaukee. The United States Attorney has the responsibility and authority to prosecute violations of federal criminal statutes, defend the government in civil actions, seek the enforcement of a variety of civil enforcement statues, and institute proceedings for the collection of fines and penalties among other things. There are approximately 43 Assistant United States Attorneys, most of whom work in the Milwaukee office. The office is divided into a criminal section and a civil section. The judicial district is located in the Seventh Circuit. For additional information on our office visit: www.usdoj.gov/usao/wie.
 
Job Description:
Student interns will work with a number of different AUSAs on both criminal and civil matters.  The experience is largely research and writing oriented, with interns producing memoranda, briefs, and various legal pleadings.  Interns may also have an opportunity to assist AUSAs with trial preparation, which may include interviewing witnesses, assembling exhibits and drafting jury instructions.  Interns are encouraged to observe proceedings in the district and magistrate courts ad we make an effort to  provide an opportunity for interns to observe a day of appellate arguments in the Seventh Circuit.
 
Qualifications:
Second and third year law students.  Law school graduates are not eligible for intern positions. Must be a United States citizen and will be subject to a background investigation to include drug and credit check due to the sensitive nature of the work performed by the office. No student will be allowed to begin work until the office receives notification of security clearance.
 
Salary:
Uncompensated
 
Travel:
None
 
Application Process:
Application materials include cover letter (include dates of availability and evening telephone numbers), resume, law school transcripts, legal writing sample, two letters of reference.
 
Application materials may be mailed to the above address or e-mailed to the following: carol.kraft@usdoj.gov or bridget.j.domaszek@usdoj.gov.
Possible work-study credit available.
 
Application Deadline:
Thursday, March 1, 2018
 
Relocation Expenses:
Relocation expenses will not be allowed.
 
Number of Positions:
3
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: Sacramento, CA
USAO Eastern District of California
Civil and Criminal Divisions - Sacramento Office
501 I Street, Suite 10-100
Sacramento, CA 95814
 
About the Office: 
The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California represents the federal government in virtually all litigation involving the United States in the Eastern District of California.  This includes all criminal prosecutions for violations of federal law, civil lawsuits by and against the government, and actions to collect judgments and restitution on behalf of victims and taxpayers.  The office places a high value on diversity of experience and cultural perspective and encourages applications from law clerks from all ethnic groups, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
 
Job Description
Interns will be assigned to one of two divisions: Civil or Criminal.  Every intern will work under the guidance of an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) in conjunction with pending cases. 

Assignments will include legal research, drafting pleadings and responses and appellate briefs. Interns will also assist the AUSA in preparing for all phases of criminal prosecution and civil litigation: including discovery, depositions, pretrial hearings, trials, and sentencing hearings.   The district will host informative lunch sessions which will include presentations from the AUSAs, the judiciary, and federal agents, as available.  The goal of our district's intern program is to introduce them to the federal legal system, develop their legal skills and, above all, to provide a rewarding and enjoyable experience. 
 
Qualifications:
To be eligible for this internship, ALL of the following requirements must be met:

  • Law Student Status: Acceptance of applications for this announcement will be limited to first-year (second semester) and second-year law students. Law school graduates are not eligible for law student volunteer positions. An eligible student is an individual who is enrolled in law school pursuing a Juris Doctor Degree and is taking at least half-time academic course load in an accredited university. Successful candidates must have outstanding academic records, superior writing skills, and be in good academic standing at his/her university.
  • Citizenship:  Student Interns must be United States citizens.
  • Background Investigation: You must successfully complete a background investigation to determine your suitability for Federal employment.
  • Volunteer Agreement: All interns are required to sign the Participant Agreement.

 
The summer intern program generally lasts for 10 continuous weeks with an expectation to work 40 hours a week during normal business hours.
 
Salary:
This is a voluntary position without compensation or benefits.
 
Application Process:
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume (to include email address and telephone number(s) where the student can be reached), current unofficial law school transcript or proof of enrollment, legal writing sample to: United States Attorney’s Office, ATTN: Philip Ferrari, 501 I Street, Suite 10-100, Sacramento, CA 95814.
 
This vacancy announcement is open until March 1, 2018.  Please include the vacancy announcement number listed at the top of this announcement (18-EDCA-01A) on your resume and cover letter.  No telephone calls please.
 
Application Deadline:
Thursday, March 1, 2018
 
Number of Positions:
6 (Projected, however, additional positions may be added as needed)
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: Fresno, CA
USAO Eastern District of California
Criminal Division - Fresno Office
2500 Tulare Street, Suite 4401
Fresno, CA 93721
 
About the Office:
The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California represents the federal government in virtually all litigation involving the United States in the Eastern District of California.  This includes all criminal prosecutions for violations of federal law, civil lawsuits by and against the government, and actions to collect judgments and restitution on behalf of victims and taxpayers.  The office places a high value on diversity of experience and cultural perspective and encourages applications from attorneys from all ethnic groups, women, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
 
Job Description:
Interns will be assigned to the Criminal Division in the Fresno office. Every intern will work under the guidance of an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) in conjunction with pending cases. Assignments will include legal research, drafting pleadings and responses and appellate briefs. Interns will also assist the AUSA in preparing for all phases of criminal prosecution: including discovery, depositions, pretrial hearings, trials, and sentencing hearings. The district will host informative lunch sessions which will include presentations from the AUSAs, the judiciary, and federal agents, as available. The goal of our district's intern program is to introduce them to the federal legal system, develop their legal skills and, above all, to provide a rewarding and enjoyable experience.
 
Qualifications:
To be eligible for this internship, ALL of the following requirements must be met:

  • Law Student Status: Acceptance of applications for this announcement will be limited to first-year (second semester) and second-year law students. Law school graduates are not eligible for law student volunteer positions. An eligible student is an individual who is enrolled in law school pursuing a Juris Doctor Degree and is taking at least half-time academic course load in an accredited university. Successful candidates must have outstanding academic records, superior writing skills, and be in good academic standing at his/her university.
  • Citizenship:  Student Interns must be United States citizens.
  • Background Investigation: You must successfully complete a background investigation to determine your suitability for federal employment.
  • Volunteer Agreement: All interns are required to sign the Participant Agreement.

 
The summer intern program generally lasts for 10 continuous weeks, with an expectation to work 40 hours a week during normal business hours.
 
Salary:
This is a voluntary position without compensation or benefits.
 
Application Process:
Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume (to include email address and telephone number(s) where the student can be reached), current unofficial law school transcript or proof of enrollment, legal writing sample to: United States Attorney’s Office, ATTN: Philip Ferrari, 501 I Street, Suite 10-100, Sacramento, CA 95814.
 
This vacancy announcement is open until March 1, 2018.  Please include the vacancy announcement number listed at the top of this announcement (18-EDCA-02A) on your resume and cover letter.  No telephone calls please.
 
Application Deadline:
Thursday, March 1, 2018
 
Number of Positions:
1 (Projected, however, additional positions may be added as needed)
 

Job Title: Law Student Volunteer, Summer

Job Location: Las Vegas, NV
USAO District of Nevada
Law Student Volunteer, Summer
U.S. Attorney's Office
501 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Suite 1100
Las Vegas, NV 89101
 
About the Office:
The United States Attorney's Office serves as the principal litigator for the federal government in the District of Nevada. Assistant U.S. Attorneys (AUSAs) in the District’s two offices (Las Vegas and Reno) have the responsibility and authority to prosecute violations of federal criminal statutes and defend the government in civil actions.
 
AUSAs in the Office’s Criminal Division work with numerous federal law enforcement agencies, such as the FBI, ATF, and DEA, to investigate federal crimes and build criminal cases. After charges are filed, these AUSAs represent the United States in federal court, from a defendant’s initial appearance through trial.
 
The Office’s Civil Division represents the federal government in virtually all civil litigation involving the United States in Nevada and offers perhaps the most challenging and diverse caseload of any law office, public or private, in the country. The AUSAs in the Civil Division defend agencies of the United States, enforce regulatory agencies’ authority, and recover funds from violators of federal criminal, regulatory, and civil laws on behalf of victims and taxpayers.
 
For more information, please visit the Office’s website, www.justice.gov/usao/nv.
 
Job Description:
An internship with the U.S. Attorney’s Office offers a unique and challenging experience for the highly motivated law student: an opportunity to work on some of the most significant, complex, and visible cases being litigated today. 
 
Interns in the Criminal Division will work with experienced AUSAs to:

  • Research legal issues presented in the Office’s criminal cases.
  • Draft indictments, motions, briefs, legal memos, and trial documents.
  • Evaluate potential charges against targets of investigations.
  • Prepare cases for hearing or trial.
  • Participate in witness interviews and review evidence.
  • Assist appellate attorneys with legal research, brief drafting, and oral argument preparation in Ninth Circuit criminal cases.
  • Participate in hearings before a U.S. Magistrate or District Judge (if the intern has completed courses covering evidence and professional responsibility). Hearings may include detention hearings, evidentiary hearings, and oral arguments.
  • Observe court proceedings, including trials, evidentiary hearings, and sentencings.

 
Interns in the Civil Division will work with experienced AUSAs to:

  • Research substantive legal issues on a wide variety of claims including those arising under the Federal Tort Claims Act, constitutional torts, employment discrimination (Title VII), the False Claims Act, Administrative Procedures Act, and enforcement of public land management matters.
  • Research substantive and procedural issues arising under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Federal Rules of Evidence, and Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure.
  • Assist attorneys in preparing responsive and affirmative documents, including but not limited to drafting complaints, answers, motions, briefs, discovery requests, declarations, and orders.
  • Participate in and help prepare for depositions and hearings before a U.S. Magistrate or District Court Judge. (Interns may only make argument or take or defend depositions if they have completed courses covering evidence and professional responsibility.)
  • Participate in alternative dispute resolution proceedings, including early neutral evaluations, mediation, and court ordered settlement conferences.

 
Qualifications:
To be eligible for this position, an applicant must (1) be a law student who has completed all first-year courses (law graduates are not eligible for this position); (2) be a U.S. citizen who has lived in the United States for three of the last five years; and (3) pass a background investigation due to the sensitive nature of the work performed by the office.
 
Salary:
This internship position is unpaid, but we will gladly work with law schools and students to assist in arranging for any available course credit.
 
Application Process: 
Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, unofficial law school transcript, and a legal writing sample by email to Tony Lopez, tony.lopez@usdoj.gov. The cover letter should identify (1) whether the applicant seeks to intern for the Criminal or Civil Division; and (2) the office (Las Vegas or Reno) to which the applicant is applying.
 
Application Deadline:
Friday, March 2, 2018
 
Number of Positions:
10 (8 criminal; 2 civil) across two offices (Las Vegas; Reno).
 

Job Title: Sales Associate – Level I (Part-time)

Job Location: Corpus Christi, TX
 
Job Description:
Under close supervision, performs general retail sales support and customer service duties.
 
Job Requirements:

  • First preference will be given to legally blind and/or wounded warrior candidates
  • High school diploma or GED equivalent preferred.
  • Requires good people skills. 
  • Basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).
  • Proficiency using computer/Window applications or ability to use once training provided.
  • Six months point-of-sale and retail or customer service experience preferred. 
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs.

 
Application Deadline:
Open until filled
 
How to Apply:
Applicants can apply at 4421 Agnes St., Corpus Christi, TX between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, or download an application at www.stlb.net and fax to (361) 654-8292.
 

Job Title: Material Handler

Job Location: Corpus Christi, TX
 
Job Description:
Responsible for the timely, efficient movement of material ensuring the stated material is readily available by the end user in order that the manufacturing process continues without interruption; performs a variety of tasks in a fast-paced environment related to the timely, efficient movement, delivery, packing and transport of materials and finished goods.
 
Job Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred
  • Minimum six months working in warehouse, shipping or manufacturing preferred
  • Basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)
  • Must be able to operate a variety of material handling equipment specific to department including pallet jack, fork lift, etc.
  • Good communication skills and ability to work well with others
  • Ability to move (push/pull) material weighing up to 150 lbs. with the aid of a roll-jack
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Must be able to work on feet for the entire shift 

Application Deadline:
Open until filled
 
How to Apply:
Applicants can apply at 4421 Agnes St., Corpus Christi, TX between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, or download an application at www.stlb.net and fax to (361) 654-8292.
 

Job Title: Sales Associate – Level I

Job Location: Sand Island, HI
 
Job Description:
Under close supervision, performs general retail sales support and customer service duties.
 
Job Requirements:

  • First preference will be given to legally blind and/or wounded warrior candidates
  • High school diploma or GED equivalent preferred.
  • Requires good people skills. 
  • Basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division).
  • Proficiency using computer/Windows applications or ability to use once training provided.
  • Six months point-of-sale and retail or customer service experience preferred. 
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs.

 
Application Deadline:
Open until filled
 
How to Apply:
Applicants can apply at 4421 Agnes St., Corpus Christi, TX between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, or download an application at www.stlb.net and fax to (361) 654-8292.
 

Job Title: Sales Associate – Level II

Job Location: Travis Air Force Base, CA
 
Job Description:
Under general supervision, performs retail sales support duties including customer service, inventory control, ordering, product identification, shipping/receiving, and clerical functions in support of daily operations.
 
Job Requirements:

  • First preference will be given to legally blind and/or wounded warrior candidates
  • Requires high school diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Basic knowledge of JWOD program and Federal Supply Schedule.
  • Requires good people skills. 
  • Basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). 
  • Proficiency using computer/Windows applications.
  • Two years experience with point-of-sale system in a retail environment preferred.
  • Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs.

 
Application Deadline:
Open until filled
 
How to Apply:
Applicants can apply at 4421 Agnes St., Corpus Christi, TX between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, or download an application at www.stlb.net and fax to (361) 654-8292.