Special Status - Current Openings

Questions about the employment opportunities posted here may be emailed to hrla@calbar.ca.gov, or hrsf@calbar.ca.gov. Employees of The State Bar of California receive a range of competitive benefits.

Contract Career Counselor

Department: Lawyer Assistance Program
Qualifications: Master's Degree in Counseling or equivalent. Active Career Counseling certificate in good standing.  Minimum of three (3) years career counseling experience.  Suitable private counseling location.  Contract to provide two hours of career counseling to attorneys referred by the State Bar Lawyer Assistance Program (requires execution of a written agreement). 
Hourly Salary: $80.00/hr
Number of Positions: 1
Reference Number: N/A

Contract Case Monitor

Department: Lawyer Assistance Program
Qualifications: The Lawyer Assistance Program of the State Bar of California is seeking a Case Monitor ("CM") for the program's San Francisco office. CM is a mental health professional monitoring a caseload of attorneys who are recovering from anxiety, depression, and/or substance abuse. CM must have a Master's Degree in Counseling, Social work or a related field and a minimum of two (2) years experience in a counseling, substance abuse treatment or similar program.  Capable of conducting a thorough assessment with new participants, writing an assessment report, and determining a preliminary clinical diagnosis. High degree of confidentiality and discretion required.  Some local and regional travel (reimbursed). Must be proficient using a computer for word processing, documentation, and record-keeping.  Licensed MFT, LCSW, or Clinical Psychologist preferred.  Case management experience also preferred.  This is a tweleve-month contract position with possible extension. 
Hourly Salary: $55.00/hr
Number of Positions: 1
Reference Number: N/A

Exam Proctors

Department: Office of Admissions
Locations: State wide exam sites
Exam Dates:  February & July
Number of  Positions:  Multiple Needs
Hourly Rate:  $13.50
Qualifications: Must be a high school graduate (prefer college graduate/coursework) and at least 18 years old. Knowledge of basic rules of vocabulary, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and arithmetic. Ability to work 10-12 hours a day (3 consecutive days).  Cannot be a law clerk, a law student, a paralegal or admitted as an attorney in any jurisdiction.
How to apply:  Call (213) 765-1501