Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities

The following is a list of positions that South Carolina Legal Services are hiring for:

Content Strategist (Full-time Position)
Manages and creates web and digital content to promote SCLS initiatives. The Content Strategist manages and keeps websites up to date, maintains social networking platforms, creates, and helps others to create content, leads web projects, generating traffic to websites and platforms, and participates in marketing and outreach.

Intake Screener(Full-time Position) – Columbia
Performs telephone intake and other assignments under the supervision and guidance of the managing attorney. The Intake Screener conducts telephone intake, prescreens applicants for eligibility, refers applicants to nonlegal available resources and performs other administrative work as required.

Legal Assistant (Full-time Position) – Columbia & Conway
Under the general supervision within SCLS, this position assists legal staff in carrying out their legal responsibilities by providing legal secretarial assistance, conducting telephone intake, prescreening for eligibility, referring applicants to available resources, etc.

Staff Attorney (Full-time Position) – Charleston, Columbia, Orangeburg, and Spartanburg
Provides a wide range of civil legal representation, advocacy and outreach to low-income individuals. Civil litigation will primarily be in the areas of housing, consumer, education, federal income tax, elder, employment, family law, housing, probate, and public benefits though the attorney may work in other priority areas of law depending on client needs.

Paralegal (Full-time Position) – Charleston, Greenville, and Orangeburg
The position requires paralegal work of varying scope and complexity to assist with representation in the areas of housing, family law, domestic violence, public benefits, consumer law, employment, education and community economic development. The position will require the paralegal to conduct intakes and do casework that will assist attorneys in increasing their case capacity.