Current Opportunities

Family Law Information Center (FLIC) Coordinator

Family Law Information Center (FLIC) Coordinator is responsible for coordination and oversight of services for the Family Law Information Center to meet legal process needs of pro se litigants in Portage County.

FLIC coordinator duties include:

Overseeing pro se services, including:

  • Responding to pro se litigants’ needs for family law process information at the pro se center and through telephone contacts.
  • Scheduling staff and volunteers to cover drop-in hours and pre-trial dates at the FLIC.
  • Staffing the FLIC Center for individual appointments and pre-trial/trial hearings.
  • Ordering pro se forms; monitoring forms for compliance with WI statutory law and Portage County local court rules.
  • Recording and reporting pro se data and service fees.
  • Recruiting and training FLIC volunteers.
  • Conducting ongoing training and educational volunteer sessions.
  • Conducting quarterly meetings of family law stakeholders.

Recording and maintaining FLIC spreadsheet data information, including:

  • Number of cases referred, including joint and individual pro se litigant filings to determine:
    • Number of pro se litigants, fee waiver status, gender, filing status with respect to minor children, income level, document preparation status, document filing status, referrals to community resources, completion rate for family law case filings, in-kind volunteer hours.
    • Reports program information on a monthly basis, including data for invoice service fee purposes, to the Clerk of Courts, Family Court Commissioner, JusticeWorks’ staff and Board of Directors.

Assisting with data preparation and presentations to FLIC advisory committee, JusticeWorks board and membership, Justice Coalition and the general public.

Attending board of director and justice system committee meetings for program review and evaluation, as needed.

Assisting with policy and process development, as needed.

EDUCATION/TRAINING REQUIREMENTS: paralegal or legal assistant training or other closely-related college degree preferred; familiarity/experience in family court process desired; experience with basic Word/Excel computer programs required.

Position is part-time 20-25 hours per week. Salary range $13.00-$15.00/hour based on experience.

JusticeWorks, Ltd. is a non-profit community justice organization dedicated to advancing policies and practices of justice that create right relationships in the communities of central Wisconsin.

Send inquiries to:

Executive Director

JusticeWorks, Ltd

1578 Strongs Ave

Stevens Point, WI 54481

or email: info@justiceworksltd.org