Equal Opportunity is more than a policy to us. We are only able to do what we do because we hire a workforce that effectively interacts with people with disabilities, and multicultural and underserved communities.
The numbers speak for themselves:
- 59% of our workforce identify as persons of color
- 38% of our workforce identify as individuals with disabilities
- 10% of our workforce identify as LGBT
How we make a difference
We are proud of making a difference in the lives of Californians with disabilities. We accomplish that in a number of ways, including representing clients at hearings; filing lawsuits; providing materials, information, training, and referrals; promoting self-advocacy; advocating for public policy changes; and conducting investigations and monitoring service delivery. Our successes are best told through the stories of our clients. See our Annual Reports for client stories.
Are you looking for a place where your passion and abilities can positively affect the lives of others? Come join us!
We offer a comprehensive benefit plan for eligible employees. Benefits include health (HMO and PPO options), dental, vision, basic life, short-term and long-term disability insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan with a generous matching contribution, and flexible spending accounts. Flexible spending accounts feature reimbursement for both medical, dependent care and commuter.
Disability Rights California is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified persons with disabilities who need accommodations to perform their essential job functions. If you need any accommodations in order to apply for one of our openings or at any point during the selection process, please contact us at DRCHR@disabilityrightsca.org.
Disability Rights California is an Equal Opportunities Employer. It is the policy of Disability Rights California to prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type and to afford equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants, without regard to race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, pregnancy, medical condition or genetic information, veteran status, national origin, disability, marital or other protected status.