Open Positions

ATTORNEY POSITION OPENING

DisAbility Rights Idaho (DRI), Idaho’s Protection and Advocacy System, has an opening for two full-time Staff Attorneys in its Boise and Pocatello offices. DRI is a non-profit civil rights law office providing legal advocacy services statewide to Idahoans with disabilities. Services include: legal advice and representation, intake and referral, outreach, training, abuse and neglect investigations and public policy advocacy. DRI has 15 staff members including attorneys, advocates, administrators and support personnel. Core program funding comes from annualized federal grants. The successful candidate will provide advocacy for individuals with legal issues related to their disability, including, but not limited to conducting....

PAC Member

Please consider submitting your name to DisAbility Rights Idaho (DRI) for a position on the DRI Protection and Advocacy for Individuals with Mental Illness (PAIMI) Advisory Council. DRI is Idaho’s Protection and Advocacy System, a non-profit organization that provideslegal and advocacy services to people with disabilities to help them protect their rights in a variety of issue areas. DRI is federally funded through nine (9) program grants authorized by various federal statutes, including the PAIMI Act. The PAIMI program, administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), allows DRI to work on behalf of individuals with mental....

Board Member

DisAbility Rights Idaho Board of Directors Job Description The DisAbility Rights Idaho Board of Directors is the governing body of the organization. The Board is responsible for setting overall direction, making policy decisions, establishing long range plans, hiring and evaluating the Executive Director, monitoring compliance with financial and legal requirements, insuring that the goals and programs of the organization remain faithful to its mission, insuring that adequate financial resources are secured to carry out the work of the organization, and providing continued volunteer leadership for the nonprofit corporation. The organization cannot function either legally or practically without a knowledgeable, hardworking,....